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Duvets 101: What you need to know to get a better sleep.

by lwoodhead from 01-04-2015

duvet 4.jpgThe average person spends more than one third of their lifetime sleeping. Make 2015 the year you sleep better by investing in the right duvet for you!

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Everything you need to know about pillows

by StaceyMac from 12-30-2014

pillows.jpgOne morning last week, I woke up with such a terrible pain in my neck and shoulder that I thought I had been stabbed in my sleep. As soon as I realized that I watch far too many crime dramas on TV, I managed to wrench myself out of bed and get ready for the day ahead. Considering the fact that I had done nothing even remotely strenuous the day before, I figured there could only be one culprit responsible for my agony—my pillow. My pancake flat, ancient, misshapen pillow that I love ever so much. But as it turns out, buying a new pillow isn’t as easy as you’d think! There are a tone of options out there. Armed with my newfound knowledge, I thought I’d share with you the 411 on pillows.

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Dream a little dream on Vivon Mattresses

by Shelly_Wutke from 06-23-2014

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The name Vivon is a combination of French and Spanish, and translates to “Life” in English, which is fitting because a good sleep really does give life to each and every day.  Although Vivon started out making mattresses that change positions for a customized sleep experience, they also make ultra-comfortable Gel, Spring, and Memory Foam mattresses.

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Good Nights Mean Good Mornings with the Right Bedroom Furniture

Did you know that getting roughly 8 hours of sleep every night means that you’ll spend about 1/3 of your life in bed? That’s a lot of bed, so it’d better be ideal. Thankfully, Best Buy offers a variety of beds and bedroom furniture, including mattresses, dressers, nightstands, and more, to keep you cozy and comfortable in your sleeping sanctuary.

Beds and Mattresses

Depending on the size of your room and the furniture in it, choosing the right bed, headboard, footboard, and mattress is key. Smaller rooms will benefit from a comfy twin bed or double bed with a slim-style frame, while larger rooms may afford the luxury of a king-sized bed. And for the kids, bunk beds are perfect since they’re typically designed with smart, kid-friendly features.

Dressers and Nightstands

Once you’ve got your bed all picked out, you can gussy up your bedroom with matching accent furniture. A simple dresser will keep all of your folded clothes off the floor, while a dresser hutch will add extra shelving. To hold the book you’re reading, an alarm clock, or a glass of water for bedtime, a nightstand is an ideal choice.

Storage Solutions

To keep your bedroom essentials neat and organized, a bookcase and shelves might do the trick. A slim bookcase will hug your wall, so you can store a whole lot of items (yes, even books) without taking up too much floor space. And with a variety of shelving options, you can make the most of unused wall space to showcase items and keep things off the floor.