January 10, 2019

Why You Should Get A New Mattress

Your mattress is important for sleep quality and plays a key role in physical and psychological health…

December 4, 2018

The Bedknobs Winter 2018-19 Sale Is Coming!

Sleep is a time of restoration and rejuvenation. A good bed is a good place to start. A good sale is even better.

November 16, 2018

The Benefits Of A Good Night’s Sleep For Improved Sports Performance

Everyone needs sleep. Sports professionals take sleep very seriously, because good sleep is key for a strong body and a sharp mind. Here’s why it matters, and what innovators are doing to help.

September 21, 2018

Brand Profile: Sleepeezee

Do you want to feel like royalty? Consider investing in a bed or mattress manufactured by Sleepeezee. This company holds a Royal Warrant Of Appointment, which confirms that its products are used by the royal family.

August 31, 2018

Brand Profile: Somnus

Somnus is one of the oldest bed and mattress manufacturers in the UK. Established back in 1840, the company has been bringing top-quality furniture to the UK audience for almost 180 years.

August 14, 2018

How To Choose The Correct Type Of Mattress For You

The most reliable procedure in choosing a supportive mattress is working with your bed/mattress expert in the showroom.

June 26, 2018

Why Does Your Sleeping Position Matter When Choosing A Mattress?

The whole world is divided into back, stomach, and side sleepers. Even though the back position is considered to be very good for your body, more than 40% of the UK population prefers to sleep on one side or the other.

June 22, 2018

One-Sided Mattress Vs Two-Sided Mattress: Which Lasts Longer?

To flip or not to flip? This question bothers the majority of mattress owners. Is there a single answer to this question? Perhaps one of them lasts longer than the other?

June 20, 2018

How Important Is A Bed Or Mattress For Alleviating Back Problems?

Did you know that over 10 million Britons suffer from back pain? The pain may vary from slight to intense and from short-term to chronic. More than 5.5 million workdays are lost every year in the UK due to back pain.