We spend a third of our lives in bed, so a good sleeping posture is important for our health and wellbeing.
Our sumptuous beds form to your body shape ensuring a supportive and good night’s sleep.
Our Occupational Therapist approved adjustable beds offer a wide range of benefits for people of all ages, including those suffering from varying degrees of discomfort, certain medical conditions (such as sleep apnea, acid reflux and oedema) or those who simply have difficulty sleeping.
Our versatile and luxurious, handmade adjustable beds, not only look stylish, but aid a better night’s sleep, allowing you to sit up, lay flat, raise your legs or flex the knees to ensure you achieve the correct sleeping position.
Our beds adjust to a range of positions to provide you with a high level of comfort and relaxation, whether you want to sit up and read, go to sleep or keep your feet raised, you can easily change your position with the simple touch of a button.
Available in a range of sizes; 3ft, 4ft & 5ft you can tailor your bed to suit you and your requirements, with our sumptuous range of exclusive, handmade mattresses, using the finest of natural fibres, as well as a choice of stylish headboards and finishing touches to complete the look.
Prices start from £1,335 exc VAT
Breathing difficulties, sleep apnea and snoring
Swollen legs and feet
Sleeping difficulties and insomnia
Adjustable beds can offer positional relief for people who suffer from pain and discomfort, particularly in the back, hips and legs. For some people with historic injuries or conditions like curvature of the spine or arthritis, a normal flat mattress may not provide the required amount of support, therefore resulting in restless, painful sleep and aches and pains the next day.
With an adjustable bed, individuals who suffer with pain in their back, neck, hip or legs are able to adjust their sleeping position in order to support key areas of the body and relieve pain. It’s also possible to alter the angle of the mattress throughout the night with the simple touch of a button. Our mattresses, handmade exclusively for adjustable beds, contour to the natural shape of the body, providing additional support and comfort.
People who suffer from conditions such as asthma which can affect breathing often benefit from an adjustable bed. Simply raising the top end of the mattress to a comfortable level, will help to open up the throat to enable improved breathing, whilst keeping the neck and head in comfortable alignment with the body.
Those who suffer with swollen legs or feet often find that it can get worse during the night due to the legs being laid flat for several hours. An adjustable bed allows you to raise your legs and feet at the simple press of a button, in order to reduce the severity of swelling throughout the night.
This can also be beneficial for those with restricted mobility or disabilities, particularly if they are forced to spend a lot of time in bed during the day as well as at night. By raising the legs from time to time, it can help to maintain healthy circulation and prevent fluid from gathering in the lower legs, ankles and feet.
Although an adjustable bed cannot cure insomnia, it can be a huge benefit for people who struggle to sleep at night, allowing them to find a more comfortable position to watch television or read if they find themselves unable to get to sleep, in addition it can help aid relaxation therefore increasing the likelihood of falling asleep.
Adjustable beds with split bases are particularly useful for people with insomnia if they share their bed with a partner. By allowing each user to adjust the position of the mattress independently, those with insomnia are able to sit up to read or watch television without disturbing their other half from sleep.
Those who suffer frequently from acid reflux often find their discomfort gets worse at night due to lying flat on their back. It’s often more comfortable to sleep with the upper body raised, or even to sit up in a chair to sleep. Adjustable beds can allow people to sleep in a more upright position whilst remaining comfortable in bed. This allows a more restful nights’ sleep with more adequate ergonomic support for the neck and head.