Experiencing trouble sleeping is not a new concept and people have struggled with the crankiness that comes with a lack of sleep for many years.
Help yourself get a better night’s sleep as the cooler weather creeps in
It’s the season of fluffy socks, cosy quilts and long nights snuggled up by the fire, so you would think that these colder months would result in the perfect night’s sleep. However, for many, cold temperatures and long nights wreak havoc on both sleep quality and quantity.
Disruptions to everyday life have been felt all over the county since the UK was placed into lockdown on the 23rd March 2020, forcing people to quickly acclimatise to spending more time at home.
Bedrooms are more than just a place to sleep. It’s the place where you start your day, end your day and on some occasions, spend all your day!
We have put together a list of top tips to make your bedroom a perfect place of sanctum. Hopefully these tips will help you to create the most relaxing environment for you.
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.
The materials that go into a mattress are absolutely vital in creating the right comfort and feel. The craftsmen who create all of our beds have years of experience working with natural materials to ensure the right blend is created to ensure the perfect feel.
It’s set to be a fantastic summer of sport with the Wimbledon Championships, the Men’s Cricket World Cup, the Ashes, and the Women’s Football World Cup taking place over the coming months. Such events often inspire the public to dust off their sports gear and get active. There are so many ways to improve your sports performance but one failsafe that all the experts agree on? Getting good quality sleep.
We spend a third of our lives asleep and this greatly impacts on the two thirds we spend awake. But how exactly do we get a good night’s sleep and what role does light play in this?
Good quality, restorative sleep is vital to your physical and mental health and wellbeing. This Mental Health Awareness Week take time to practice self-care and prioritise your sleep.
Sustainability is fast becoming a key consideration for many homeowners who are looking to purchase new furniture – and one of the biggest items to consider is the bed.
Buying a new bed and mattress is a major decision. After all, your rest and relaxation are at stake. At Westend Bed Company, we offer a wealth of choices so you can find the right mattress to suit your sleeping – and waking – preferences.
While choosing the correct bed is the most important thing to guarantee sounder sleep, there are a few simple lifestyle changes that will help you drift off to the Land of Nod and wake up feeling refreshed and ready for the day. This Sleep Awareness Week, our Sleep Experts share their top tips.
Brent Cooper, our Managing Director, has been working in the luxury bed industry for more than 30 years. In that time, he has learnt a thing or two about how to get a good night’s sleep. Here he shares his top tips on creating the perfect sleeping environment.
Good quality sleep can be hard to come by but it’s absolutely vital to improve your health and wellbeing – now and in the future.
Brent and the team at Westend Bed Company were delighted to welcome Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford as they filmed for their show, How To Get a Good Night’s Sleep, which aired on Channel 5 in October 2018.
We all know how important sleep is to our every day lives and physical and mental health but with so many articles and advice about how to get a good night’s sleep, it can be hard to know what to do. Brent Cooper, Managing Director at Westend Bed Company, has been in the bed industry for more than 30 years. In that time, he has learnt a thing or two about sleep and how to help his customers achieve a truly restorative night’s sleep, allowing them to wake up feeling refreshed and energised.
The bedroom is the one room in the house that is often overlooked when it comes to a revamp. However with the bed being the most important and undervalued piece of furniture in the home, accounting for your wellbeing during the third of your life spent asleep – can you really afford to overlook its importance? Maybe it’s time you gave your bedroom a makeover.
Struggling to sleep in this hot weather? Check out our top tips for keeping cool in bed.
Improve your health and wellbeing this spring with a visit to Westend Bed Company. Great Sleep Starts Here.
At the end of 2017, we hosted a Venetian themed evening to celebrate the launch of the exquisite Nottinblú PBS Fluid at Westend Bed Company.