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The Hippo Sleeper

We’re guessing that your kid who is now residing in the college dorm will be thrilled to have this chair mattress as an addition in his humble dorm room.

The Hippo Sleeper chair is made up of thick padding that feels ultra comfortable as a bed. For daytime use, this puffy chair is great for resting and relaxation as the padded arms and backrest provide good support for when he wants to read his notes and books, or watch television.

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Managing the Kids’ Sleep Routine During Holidays

Because the holidays are filled with so many activities, the children are also most likely to stay up later than usual. With school on a break, there’s nothing else to give them that rigid routine for sleep, and things can get messed up. Should you indulge and let kids enjoy this, or should you make sure that they don’t forget their routine? In some households, routines are still upheld because it makes for a very stress-free holiday vacation. When everyone, including the kids are getting good sleep, no one wakes up sore and cranky!

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Bedroom Idea: Tufted Headboards

The appeal of tufted headboards is in its elegant style. If you’re looking to change the way your bed looks, this will do the trick in an instant. It’s chic and so stylish.

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Why Are 19th Century Beds So High and Bulky?

Many beds in the mid-century and in many historic homes even today are built quite a bit higher than regular traditional beds. Have you ever noticed that? It’s typical to see a historic home with beds that seem to tower up. One of the reasons for this is because beds during the 19th century were more than just sheets, pillows and the occasional feather covers. These beds were usually designed as four-poster beds, with all the complexities of layers upon layers of other key items.

World’s Largest Mattress To Be Unveiled in Georgia

World’s Largest Mattress To Be Unveiled in Georgia

A furniture and home store in Georgia is preparing for the unveiling of the World’s Largest Mattress this coming Saturday. Real Deals on Furniture and Home D├ęcor is set to present a mattress measuring 38 by 80 feet in a Christmas event that will be graced by no less then Santa Claus. Kids have been invited to play and jump on this mattress, which is also pegged to cover more than 3,000 square feet of space.

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The Case of the Removed Mattress Tag

A mattress shopper from Illinois, who had been suffering from a bad back and decided that replacing her mattress would help relieve it, got to experience first-hand what the consequences are for removing the mattress tag that read, “Do not remove under penalty of law.”

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An Armchair Made From Mattress

Dubbed the Huggy Armchair, this whimsical creation features a mattress, in multiple color at that, wrapped around a base that is shaped like a basin or drum. The result is like a wafer cone seater that can actually be broken down into a single bed. It’s a modern and creative solution for small spaces. And it’s quite practical, too.

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Spending A Year In Bed

Most people can only dream of spending most of their days in bed. At this time of the year, when the holiday season is beckoning and winter weather is making it harder and harder to get up from the bed (at least in some parts of the world), the lure of clean sheets and comfortable mattress is irresistible. Then there are those who actually train and make a living doing EVERYTHING in bed.

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The J-Pillow

Those going away this holiday season may want a suitable travel companion with this pillow. It promises to provide quality sleep while on the plane or the road. The pillow is designed in an unusual J-shape, allowing the user to rest his shoulders and neck when he can’t necessarily lie down on the airplane seat or the seat of the bus. The pillow cradles the chin and neck, so that the user won’t wake up snapping, as travel conditions can be bumpy.