Your own personal space, the bedroom is a room that we all spend a lot of time in. Whether you are resting or just need some personal time it is the room where we feel most comfortable and most at home. This is why choosing your bedroom furniture to accommodate for your personality and needs is important to ensure that you can feel truly comfortable in your personal space. Add to this the long term investment that comes with buying new furniture you will want to make sure you get it right first time, such as choosing quality oak bedroom furniture instead of more flimsy materials.. Of course, at the end of the day it is your own intuition that will help you select your perfect pieces, but hopefully the following tips can be of help.

For most of us bed is the place we relax, curl up and read a book, watch a DVD or the TV, or even just sleep the day away. So we all want a bed that is as luxurious and inviting as possible, one where we want to snuggle down in and spend a lazy day in its cosy interior. But when it comes to choosing beds we tend to be a bit stumped: we all want that warm, inviting feeling when we look at our bed and with so many choices out there how do we choose the right one for us?

Sleeping may be the most natural thing for a human to do, but why is it that so often we cannot get to sleep? In part one I gave a few suggestions to help induce sleep. Here are a few more.

Paula Navone designed some wonderful pieces for Gervasoni’s Gray series. Appropriate for any room in the home, the Gray furniture range also includes a lovely  style bed. Bed in white or grey stained oak or in natural American walnut.