A restful night of sleep is vital for good health and well worth a solid investment. Here, Brent Cooper, Managing Director at Westend Bed Company, shares his top tips for buying a new bed as well as exactly why getting a good night’s sleep is so important.
Sleep is an aspect of life that is often overlooked. We regularly hear about high-flying business people who boast about the small amount of sleep they can function on and it is often seen as a badge of honour. However, sleep affects every aspect of our waking life. Life is hard, but without sleep it’s even harder.
Every day new research is published finding that the key to a good night’s sleep is what you eat, what you do before you go to sleep or how you behave during the day but the true way to achieve a restorative night’s sleep and to enjoy the endless benefits this brings is down to your bed.
The stunning Supercad adjustable bed from Treca Interiors Paris combines traditional French design with an outstanding movement mechanism and is now exclusively available at Westend Bed Company.
Experience the Nottinblú PBS Fluid exclusively at Westend Bed Company – the first and only showroom in the world to showcase this market-leading adjustable bed.
Finding the right bed can do wonders for your physical and mental health. Sleeping on the correct style of bed allows your body to be fully supported, which means your muscles and joints can relax, enabling you to enter the Deep Sleep Stage of the Sleep Cycle.
Looking for a comfortable, supportive and luxurious mattress to help you drift off to the Land of Nod in style and fully appreciate the benefits of quality sleep? How about sleeping on a bed fit for royalty? A Hypnos bed could be the answer and with the summer sale now on at Westend Bed Company – now’s the perfect time to buy your new bed.
Struggling to sleep in this hot weather? Check out our top tips for keeping cool in bed.
The summer sale at Westend Bed Company is the perfect opportunity to brighten your home and give your sleep quality a much needed rejuvenation.
As we head out of winter and into spring, the weather starts (hopefully) improving, the days become longer and everything takes on a fresher feel. Now is the perfect time to give your home, and in particular, your bedroom a refresh for spring.
The team at Westend Bed Company are delighted to announce the exquisite collection of Simon Horn bed frames is now available at the showroom in East Sheen.
To help each customer achieve a truly restorative sleep night after night, the team at Westend Bed Company has launched a brand new sleep consultation service at their showroom in East Sheen.
The bed is often the most important and undervalued piece of furniture in the home, accounting for your wellbeing during the third of your life spent asleep and the two thirds you spend awake. This National Bed Month take the time to learn about the importance of how the right bed can help you get good quality and restful sleep.
Turn down the thermostat and throw out the electric blanket!
As the UK starts to battle plummeting night-time temperatures it is no surprise that people are hiking up the thermostats and digging out their high tog duvets.
British luxury bed makers Marshall & Stewart have officially unveiled their inaugural bed collection. Consisting of six exquisite models, the Diamond Collection beds are hand crafted in Britain using a combination of traditional techniques and innovative designs, creating sanctuaries for restorative sleep.
Are you battling the bulge, falling asleep at your desk or regularly snapping at your nearest and dearest? Wondering what you can do to break this miserable cycle? Try getting a good night’s sleep, say the experts.
Choosing the right bed is easy.
We usually say that the right bed is the one that isn’t noticeable when you’re lying in it. A bed should be neutral, where the only feeling is that of comfort.
Luxury bed maker Marshall & Stewart is redefining the luxury sleep experience with the introduction of the Cullinan – a masterpiece of British craftsmanship.
It is safe for us to assume that for as long as there has been life on Earth, people have applied considerable thought to why we sleep and dream. Ancient cultures nurtured many weird and wonderful ideas with regard to sleep.
Our knowledge of dreams can be categorised under three main headings – pre-scientific, psychoanalytical, and contemporary dream physiology and psychology.