If you thought this article was going to be relationship advice, I am sorry to disappoint you. While we could give you many red flags to look out for before deciding to get intimate with someone, this post is based on a 2017 survey by the National Sleep Foundation in the US, which found one in four married couples sleep in separate beds.
When it comes to mattress size people still think that there are only three mattress sizes. Those being single, double and king, but in fact there are 10 different adult mattress sizes available. This should technically make it a lot easier to buy a mattress as you have 10 sizes to choose from, but buying the right sized mattress as we all know can be a headache.
Mattresses have been around a lot longer than you may think. The earliest example of anything slightly resembling today’s mattress comes from about 77,000 years ago. This ancient mattress was found in South Africa was three feet by six feet, under an inch thickness and it was made from using layers of reeds and rushes.
Lets face it we never really know when we should buy a new mattress so we have listed 5 tips to help you decide when the time is right to get a new mattress for your bed.
With so many designs, shapes and sizes to choose from including hidden storage, beds designed for a specific mattress, there is plenty for you to be thinking about to think about and getting on with
The biggest UK bed size is actually as big as you would like it to be, as some companies or will make custom made beds for those fortunate enough to have huge bedrooms. However, there is only so much space one person can occupy, and the largest standard UK bed size that you are likely to find in well-stocked bed retailers is a Super King bed that measures 6'0" x 6'6", or 180cm x 200cm.