Designed to help with allergy control, this mattress, which is a Japanese made mattress that is part of the Asleep Series from a company called Aisin, is intended to curb allergies to as much as 90%. For anyone suffering from this, it’s actually a huge thing, particularly when it promises sleep that is not interrupted by all the whizzing, coughing and the difficulty in breathing that usually comes with allergy attacks.
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A house with kids in transition, sleeping from the crib to an actual bed, will do well with a bed convertible like this piece from Ethan Allen.
The bottom bunk to this bed can be adjusted to become a full-sized sleeping space for the child, with the bed serving him well up to his teenage years. Additionally, the bottom bunk has extended legs, support rails and brackets, as well as additional hardware to complete the transformation of the bed.
The Japanese love to create unusual items with pillows but we would have never expected this from a German company.
Aufschnitt Berlin, which is owned by textile designer Silvia Wild, has developed and manufactured a line of hand-stitched pillows and cushions that are modelled after breakfast food products, such as these examples below.
Once again, a new study points out how old mattresses can be a huge factor to back pain. The study was published for the British Chiropractic Association (BCA) in the UK. The study stated that at least 42% of British people have had incidents of back pain that lets them sleep with difficulty. Most respondents say that they wake up feeling stiffness in the back, or some kind of body pain, after a long night’s sleep.
It may not sound so easy, especially if you’re using a traditional mattress with loads of spring inside. But if you have the right tools, it can be a simple process. Your mattress is old anyway, so deconstructing it to use its other parts wouldn’t be so bad.
Wool has the reputation for being sustainable and eco-friendly. It’s also low maintenance and very conducive to against weather changes, most especially during cold spells.
This ingenious idea from designer of Patricia Urquiola, who is famous for her Mangas Rugs, is another way of revolutionizing how one can dress up the house interiors with practical and comfortable furniture.
As with anything in life, there is a notable and remarkable difference between a man and a woman’s sleeping habits, as show in this infographic from Jawbone. From the time we prepare ourselves for bed, to the time we wake up, to the choices of pillows, sheet counts and mattresses, to our sleepwear preferences, to the the things we want to do best while in bed — these are all defined by our gender. And yet, we’re probably the only species on Earth who can sleep together well next to another human being.