Sleeping on a futon mattress can be uncomfortable and frustrating. It can slide out of place, disrupting your sleep and affecting your comfort level.
There’s an easy solution to fix this though, with the use of a gripper. This is like a thin sheet, much like the ones used for floor rugs, which as you know sets in its place. The gripper is perfect for anchoring the mattress and you can buy this from any home store or carpet store. Get the thinner meshed type, as this is the non-stick kind.
As everyone always say, the bottomline to picking the mattress perfect for you would have to rely on your own preference and needs from a bed.
Setting aside that consideration, however, what are the things you need to rundown and take into account when choosing a mattress?
First of all, you have to check the mattress’ construction. These days, there are plenty of mattresses that put emphasis on natural body alignment. Foams are engineered so that the mattress won’t hurt your shoulders and back and you can feel your stress points really relaxing. There are plenty of mattresses that offer zones and layers of comfort. Construction matter to comfort, thus it’s the first thing you’d have to check.
This mattress is more ideal for extra beds and is constructed with bonell springs for ultra comfort.
Bonell spring coil/ Cross coil spring: Steel Comfort material: Non-woven polypropylene, Polyurethane foam 1.5 lb/cu.ft. Ticking/ Ticking: 76 % cotton, 24 % polyester Fire-retardant interliner/ Filling: Polyester/viscose (rayon) fiber wadding Bed base slats/ Midbeam: Solid pine, Solid spruce Bed base frame: Solid pine, Solid spruce, Fiberboard
The Profile Bed is made up of a platform and slats, supported by a beam at the center. It’s a very simple bed, not obtrusive or calling too much attention. Accordingly, the frame may also be modified for boxspring mattresses, much lower than the standard one.
Dimensions Standard bed frame Headboard post height 19-5/8″ Footboard post height 19-5/8″ Height to bottom of rail 10-1/2″ Height of platform off the floor 15-1/4″
This Ming bed frame from Ilva is built on solid pine. Some self-assembly is required to install this mattress in the bedroom. Ilva is like the United Kingdom’s version of Ikea.
The Ming bed frame is priced at £299 but is currently on sale for £249.
The woodwork on this furniture is rubbed with beeswax and tung oil, to bring out its natural color and texture.
Whatever mattress type you own, you can maximize this bed frame to its full campacity. The best thing about it is its made environment friendly, so it’s safe to have in the nursery or kids bedroom.