When you sleep for one-third of your life, you probably spend a lot of that time on a mattress. In addition to the type and quality of materials used for the construction of your mattress, how you treat it over time will play a significant role in its lifespan.
Innerspring mattresses should typically last seven to ten years, while higher-quality foam beds may last up to fifteen. Since hybrid mattresses combine coils and foam, their lifespan should fall somewhere in the middle of that range. However, this will largely depend on how durable the materials and construction are.
Your bedroom is your private sanctuary and your retreat. But if you’re cringing at the very thought of how your sanctuary is looking right now, you’ve got remodeling to do.
You want to wake up each morning in a space that makes you feel good – a space that’s not only comfortable but designed according to your personal tastes. So, before you embark on this renovation project, you’ll want to jot down any design idea that comes to mind.
The concept of smart living has changed tremendously during the past decade.
If you think back to it, you’ll find that much of what we can do today wasn’t even imaginable about 10 or 15 years ago. And for most people, the idea of living in a smart home still brings on associations of Disney Channel movies of the late 1990s.
But, things have evolved. Today, anyone can afford to invest in home tech and reap its multiple benefits. And while most people’s focus tends to be on savings and security, it turns out that there are many benefits to having a smart bedroom as well.
It’s common knowledge that a good night’s sleep is one of the best things you can do for your health, but if you’re finding it hard to fall (or stay) asleep, maybe your bedroom is to blame.
Follow these tips to keep the busy vibe of the rest of your home from following you into your bedroom.
With all the talk of food this time of year and for all the foodies out there, here are some fun wacky beds that may be of interest. These wacky beds envelope you in their buns and wrappers. As a result, you will have so much fun in your food based sleeping quarters. Some may think, these beds are whimsical, entertaining and definitely cozy. Some of these sleeping arrangements are perfect for a quick trip to a campsite. But maybe getting cozy like a s’more is not your idea of a great nighttime experience. However, these beds sure make you think about the endless design possibilities within your home. What ideas of food based beds could you imagine sleeping in? Tell us your story about what type of fun design elements you would like to sleep in at the HomeZad’sa Facebook Page. Please reference Wacky Beds!