If you want to know the percentage of each of those general types sold it goes something like this. Queen beds, 50%, king beds 20%, twin beds 25% and bunk beds 5%. These numbers actually vary from country to country but in the US that’s pretty much the breakdown. But it doesn’t end there. Then you’ve got your traditional flat beds, your wall beds, your water beds, your paediatric beds and so on.
It is obvious that wall beds will continue to arouse more interest and continue in their popularity in the coming years, not only in Florida, but also throughout the USA. They are finding use in lofts, where they are valuable space-savers, and even in executive offices where they provide emergency bedding for the busy executive who has to work overnight. The same is true of hospitals, health centers and anywhere else that an emergency bed, hidden away while not in use, would be valuable.
Adjustable beds are perfect for people who need to be able to change the height of the bed and the angle in order to relieve a bad back. They are also used for people who are bed bound as they can be raised in order for eating or watching TV. Hospital beds are adjustable beds but they can be purchased in more stylish designs for use in the home.
You’ll want to create a sleep environment that’s fun and makes the bedroom a cozy, comfortable place for your child to fall asleep easily. Comfortable sheets and blankets are a must. Hard, scratchy bedding can result in your kids having difficulty falling asleep. You’ll also want the child’s personality to be reflected in the bedding you get. Sometimes your kids will want bedding that isn’t what you would select for them as far as patterns or colors. But it is the kids who have to sleep there. As long as the bedding your kids want is not objectionable for some reason and is well-made, why not allow them to have bedding themes that interest them?
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