We all need our beauty sleep, and the quality of our sleep is greatly influenced by the quality of our bed and mattress.
Whether you like a firm or soft mattress, memory foam or a pocket sprung mattress, our buying guide is on hand to give you the information you need to make a good choice for your body shape and sleeping style.
Most people spend one-third of their lives in bed. Some sleep eight hours a day and some also exceed that and you know that’s undeniable, especially on weekends when you don’t have to get up so early. We consume most of our time in bed whether it’s sleeping, watching TV or just having a lazy Sunday We should also care about our beds because a good night’s sleep ensures a good day ahead.
Generally speaking, buying a new bed or mattress is an investment. Why? Because the tendency is that you will use it for the next ten years of your life.
Divan beds are an upholstered base. From additional drawers to an end opening ottoman base, divan beds offer a range of storage options to save space in your bedroom. They can also provide extra support whilst you sleep and you can personalise your base by choosing one with fabric to match the theme of your room.
Headboards are a popular way to add the finishing touch to a modern stylish bedroom. Not only do they complete the look of your bed, our headboards are handcrafted and upholstered with soft fabric and sumptuous padding to allow you to relax against your headboard when you sit up in bed. Available in a wide range of fabrics and styles.
Choose your size:
This mattress can be used by anyone who doesn't have any health or back issues, from children to adults. It is an all round mattress that can be used every day or in the spare bedroom What type of mattresses should I choose:
Think about you (Don’t forget your sleeping partner!)
We all vary in size, weight and preferred sleeping position. One mattress cannot fit all, so what is best for someone may not be appropriate for another. Do you sleep on your side, back or stomach and do you generally get too hot at night? Answering these questions will help you decide between mattress type and mattress tension.
Shop by comfort rating
Every mattress retailer and brand has slightly different firmness ratings, but at Bsspoke, we simplify that into our 4 levels, which we can match to your needs. The right firmness rating depends on your weight, shape and personal preference. After all, some people like the cosy cushioning of a soft mattress while others prefer something firm. To help you make the right decision, all our mattresses are labelled with different firmness ratings. Soft Medium Firm Extra firm
When you receive your mattress, let it air around 4 hours to freshen and for the 'wrapped-up' aroma to dissipate. Avoid using a plastic sheet on or under the mattress as this prevents air circulation resulting in condensation.
Give yourself time to fall in love:
Your newbie may seem a little strange at first. The springs and upholstery in your old mattress were not what they used to be, so give yourself a little bit of time to get acquainted.
Turn your mattress:
Your body weight compresses a mattress, leading to dips and ultimately an uneven sleeping surface, so it is essential to turn your mattress regularly to maximise its life. If turning a large mattress is difficult for you, then we suggest you consider a one-sided 'no-turn' mattress. Our memory foam mattresses doesn’t need turning. In some cases, they only have one sleeping surface so our recommendation would be to rotate the mattress lengthways occasionally (once a month) to maximise its life. Over time these mattresses may feel as if they are gradually getting softer, as cells within the foam open more fully and the surface reacts more quickly. However, pressure relieving properties remain the same, and eventually, the whole mattress will react evenly.
is to use a mattress protector as this will protect it from contact with body moisture.