If you tend to get lots of visitors, it’s definitely nice to be able to put them up in comfort.
Visiting can be exhausting, so creating a guest room that is relaxing and calming will no doubt help your visitors feel refreshed for the next morning.
Sofa beds are ideal for a space saving solution. It can be used to lounge on in the day and as a guest bed during the night. We especially recommend futons for multifunctional rooms because many people use their study or a playroom for visitors. This way, you always have a visitor’s area for whenever the need arises.
But, are you creating a guest room? It is very important to have the right type of mattress and yet, when you have multiple guests to accommodate choosing the right one can be tricky. We explore the types of mattresses available so that you can make an informed decision.
Spring mattresses have internal springs that make the supportive base of a mattress, which are combined with various fillings and layers to provide different levels of support. This includes a selection of pocket-sprung mattresses, coil-spring and open-sprung mattresses. The numbers of springs, as well as their gauge will define their firmness, comfort and support levels.
Memory Foam Mattresses
This material, which was originally created by NASA experts for astronauts, has become of the most popular mattress filings for mattresses. By reacting to the weight and heat of your body, memory foam moulds to the individuals shape to provide the ultimate pressure relief possible. It helps blood circulation and is ideal for those who like sleeping on their sides.
A favourite with environmentally friendly individuals, the latex mattress can be firmer than the average mattress. Perfect for sleepers who lay on their stomach, this mattress is also hypoallergenic. Most importantly, a latex mattress is known to be super durable, which means that it is a long-lasting investment that’s perfect for a guest bedroom.
Once you have decided on the mattress, all you need to do is to create a welcoming abode. Simply use relaxing blue shades with white for a serene interior finish or go for a ‘hotel’ look and style the room with contemporary bold colours and sleek furniture. Be sure to add a personal touch and impress every guest that enters your home.