Last updated 16 days ago
Are you planning to host overnight guests, or looking to maximize space in your vacation home or snow cabin? If the answer to either question is yes, a Nantucket Wallbed may be exactly what you need.
Available in full or queen sizes, this stylish Wallbed can give you or your guests a comfortable place to sleep while leaving plenty of floor space when the bed is not in use. Offered in a variety of finishes including chocolate, cinnamon, and white, the Nantucket fits seamlessly into almost any bedroom or cabin décor. When this Wallbed is combined with cabinet options, you'll get plenty of extra storage space to go along with your cozy sleeping arrangements.
In California, you can find the Nantucket Wallbed at Wallbeds “n” More. We also carry Wallbeds in other styles and finishes, so you are sure to find the perfect fit for your home. Call us at (888) 856-1192 to find out more about our selection.
Last updated 1 month ago
Your mom probably told you more than once as a child that you needed to get a good night's sleep, either because you had a big test the next day or because you were a little grumpy that day. Nothing changes in adulthood—getting restful sleep in a supportive bed is crucial to keeping you running. Here are some reasons why both kids' and adults' bedrooms can be the ultimate health retreat.
Sleep Keeps You Healthy
When your body is overly tired, you are more prone to getting sick, feeling rundown, and developing problematic diseases. This is why doctors so often recommend that sick individuals head to their beds for rest. In addition to making infections more likely, not getting enough restful sleep can increase a person’s risk for cardiovascular problems, diabetes, and high blood pressure later in life.
Sleep Makes You Happy
Get shortchanged on your sleep, or venture into your kids' room a little too early in the morning, and you'll see how sleep impacts mood. Getting enough sleep helps you to stay happy, positive, and in general good spirits. Lack of sleep or poor sleep can leave you grumpy, irritable, and even depressed.
Sleep Cuts Stress
Turn down the lights and head to bed early, and you may find that you feel a little less stressed in the morning. Restful sleep can help minimize stress, allowing you to better cope with problems that arise in your daily life.
Sleep Gives You Energy
Sleep can significantly boost your energy levels. Getting enough sleep each night gives you the energy you need to tackle the list of tasks and chores you face daily. You may also find that you have the stamina to play with your kids more, spend extra time with your friends, and get back to the things in life that bring you joy if you get proper, restful sleep each night.
At Wallbeds “n” More in California, we understand the restorative power of a good night's sleep. That's why we take our Murphy Wallbeds and mattresses very seriously. We want you to find a bed that helps you sleep comfortably and soundly each night. Give us a call at (888) 856-1192 to find out more today.
Last updated 1 month ago
Even though children may be tiny compared to adults, they still require a good deal of space. Between their clothes, toys, sports equipment, dance shoes, and books, you may find there's not enough room in the kids' room for the kids! To get the most functional living space in a small kids' room, check out these tips.
Install a Wallbed
Some experts recommend using bunk beds to open up space under the bed for desks and storage, but to really maximize the space in a room, use a Murphy Wallbed instead. You can give your kids more floor space for playing by folding their beds up. You can even add cabinets or desks to a Wallbed unit to get even more usable space.
Kick the Toys Out
You don’t need to throw or give away all of your children’s toys, but consider using kids' bedrooms as dedicated sleeping and studying rooms, and put their toys in a playroom. You could put two Wallbed and desk combo units in a small bedroom, and move all the toys out into a common area. You could even turn an unused dining room or other open area into a playroom to get the most out of the sleeping space you have.
Install floor-to-ceiling bookcases to store books, toys, and games. Look for storage units and organizers that are made to stack on top of each other. Don't forget about all the potentially wasted vertical space in the closet. Add another clothes rod, install some shelves, stash undies and socks in baskets on the floor, and ditch the dresser to make the most of your limited space.
Create an Illusion
Use paint, curtains, and other design elements to make a small room look even bigger than it is. Paint the ceiling a color other than white, and hang floor-to-ceiling curtains around a smaller window. Use lamps to bring light into dark corners to make a small children’s bedroom look bright and open.
To maximize the potential of your kids' small room, visit Wallbeds “n” More in California. We offer Wallbeds and desk units to give you the space and storage you need in a small bedroom. To find out more about how we can help you expand your usable living space, call us at (888) 856-1192.