Posted: 10 Nov 2016
Category: Interior Design
#New Home #Affordable Home #Interior Design
A guide to buying the bed of your dreams.
As the saying goes, you spend half your life in your bed, and the other half in shoes. So, they need to be comfortable. Invest in the best quality you can afford. Here are a few options to get you started.
Muji excels at producing utilitarian, yet beautiful products. Their beds are no different. The have a small selection of minimalist designed beds to choose from, in either oak or walnut. All are stocked with handy storage drawers.
Make a list of any bed you can think of and Dreams will stock it. They have everything from beds with storage facilities to bunk beds for your children, sofa beds for guests to tech beds with TVs attached (yes, really). Plus, they have stores across the country where you can try them out in person.
It’s Dwell’s aim to create beautiful and affordable furniture. Design is a strong suit here. Beds are both modern and sleek, making it the perfect addition for a new build property.
Feather and Black
If you’re looking for a bed with character, then this is a great option. The designs are bold and there’s a wide range to choose from. Feather and Black stock everything from traditional metal bedsteads to opulent ottoman beds.
Warren Evans is the undisputed king of beds. If you’re looking for long lasting, comfortable beds with fantastic customer service, then you’ve met your match. The staff really know their stuff, and best of all, there’s no hard sell. Admittedly, they’re not budget (although look out for regular offers and sales), but they’re great value for money and your bed will last a lifetime.
The beauty of shopping here is that there are a wide number outlets across the UK, so you can try before you buy. Plus, Furniture Village are renowned for their cost cutting, so visit in the sales to get a good deal.
John Lewis will surprise you. It’s more affordable than you’d think for beds. Prices start from £60 for a single and £70 for a double bed. Not bad at all when you think of the quality that the high street retailer offers. Not to mention their renowned customer service.
Buying a bed from sofa.com is an investment, but it’s a very good one. The quality is fantastic, as is the comfort and design. They also offer free fabric samples to ensure that your bed fits your taste and interior décor.
Call us predictable, but if you’re looking for an aesthetically pleasing bed, which is kind to your bank balance, then IKEA fits the bill. There are a large number of designs to decide between, from cabin beds to traditional wooden bedsteads. This Swedish retailer has all camps covered.
Bensons for Beds
With almost 300 stores nationwide, you can road test your future bed to ensure you’ll get the best night’s sleep. Each store has a Comfort Station where you can choose the comfort that’s right for you. If that wasn’t enough, there’s a wide range of items here to suit all budgets.
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