We spend approximately one third of our lives sleeping so it's important to invest in quality furniture that assists in quality sleep. Our mental, physical and overall wellbeing depend on it!
One of the most common complaints we hear in our Paddington Gallery is of disturbed sleep due to partner disturbances which is why we encourage our customers to invest in a King if they’re able to.
Things to Know
A king size bed essentially occupies the same amount of space as two single beds. It is best suited for couples, families or sleepers who prefer a lot of space.
It’s said that on average, a sleeper can toss or turn up to 60 times per night so if you or your partner have a habit of disturbing one another, a king size bed can help to avoid this disturbance.
A bigger bed can help to ease soreness, joint pain and pressure points in the long term.
Many of our customers are young families and upgrading to a King ensures much better sleep when small little friends find their way into the master bed overnight. More space means more room for more people – without the disturbance!
Things to Consider Before Purchasing
Do you have enough space? A king size bed is the same length as a queen however the width is greater. King beds are best suited to larger bedrooms for this reason and also because aesthetically, they often require slightly larger bedsides to balance the room.
It’s also important to consider your delivery options – with greater widths, brings greater challenges logistically. Make sure you measure your entryways to ensure a king frame will fit effectively.