Choosing The Right Bed
We know choosing a bed isn’t always the easiest thing. Let’s face it, when it comes to mattresses, even we have to admit, they all look pretty similar. That’s why we’ve made choosing your new bed as easy as possible. Please refer to our three steps for choosing the perfect bed for you.
Choose your bed style
– Everyone’s different. At Beds Glasgow you will find a huge range of styles ranging from fashionable, fun or something with handy storage. Traditional or modern and in a range of sizes, the choice is yours. Our bed frames are available in wood, metal, fabric or faux leather, you are sure to find a look to match your style and your bedroom. We also have a wide range of divan beds available. Built with a solid top these are made for total comfort. Our divans are also available with many handy storage options. The choice goes on… We have day beds and childrens beds too! Funky colours, high sleepers, cabin beds there is a wide range for your little ones.
Choose your firmness
– Comfort is a personal thing. So to help you find a bed that’s just right for you, simply try the mattresses in our store. They are rated by firmness and all you have to do is decide which one feels right and look out for that rating on our beds. Our ratings vary from soft/medium which is ideal if you sleep on your side. Medium is also great if you sleep on your side but prefer a slightly firmer feel. Medium/Firm is a good option if you change position a lot. Firm which is just the right support if you sleep on your back or your front with a medium height pillow. Extra firm is often referred to as orthopaedic and these are very firm and supportive.
Choosing your mattress
– Some people like the feel of a sprung mattress. Others prefer memory foam. When it comes to your mattress only you can decide. An open coil mattress is always a popular choice. These are manufactured as hour glass shaped springs which are arranged in rows and connected together by wire. The body weight is evenly distributed across the mattress, reducing pressure on any one area. Another popular option is a pocket sprung mattress. Hundreds, even thousands of springs are housed in their own individual fabric pockets. This allows the springs to work independently offering support to exactly where you need it. This also means no more roll-together. Individual springs mean no matter how light or heavy you and your partner are there’s much less chance of sag or roll-together. Up the spring count, up the comfort as they say. The more the spring count the firmer the mattress.