The Bedrooms we Daydream About Spending the Night In

While we love our bedrooms dearly, it wouldn’t hurt to try out other cozy-looking beds from time to time. Besides, as experts say, sleeping in a different bed can help reinvigorate your sleep hygiene which means that it’s a good thing to sleep somewhere else on some occasions as well.

As it’s also summer, we are slightly struggling with wanderlust as we’re stuck in the city with its unbearable heat and traffic. It wouldn’t really hurt to daydream about marvelous bedrooms that we’d love to spend a few nights in, right?

If we can take a pick of where we’d sleep tonight, here are a few that we’ll love to be in.

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For now, though, we’ll be crawling back to our cozy Salem beds and enjoy the comfort that’s readily available to us.

Sky & Sea: Kiddie Beds for Shared Rooms

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As your family grow, it is just common to find yourself needing to sleep train your children. Moving them to a big kid bed is an essential part of teaching them how to do things on their own and giving them a taste of individuality. This also gives parents the chance to bond with each other once again, after having their little one the be all of their lives.

If your family ever find itself in such a situation, investing on a bed that your little one can grow up in would be a practical move. Instead of buying a new kid bed every year or so to accommodate their growth spurt, opting for a regular bed is a more ideal option. With a quality regular sized bed, you don’t have to worry about your kid’s feet dangling at the end of their beds at night for at least up to 7 years.

For your little one, you can choose anything from the wide range of Salem Beds’ products. However, a mattress alone will still leave you fretting for a base and additional accessories, so an all in one bed is always our top suggestion for little kids’ bedrooms. In this case, we often recommend the Sky and Sea beds.

Sky Bed

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Mixing comfort and functionality, the Sky Bed is a great choice for growing kids. Not only is its plush surface ideal for sleeping, but it also comes with a built in bed frame with storage. These drawers are ideal for storing clothes and toys, making them the best options for your little one’s bedroom.

Sea Bed

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If you want to up the ante and ensure a complete bed set for your little one, the Sea Bed is an excellent Salem Bed option. This model ups the Sky Bed’s offerings, as it comes with a matching headboard. A no-fuzz solution for busy growing homes, the Sky Bed can definitely solve your little one’s bedding challenges in a jiffy.

For growing families, being practical is a priority alongside the children’s wellness and safety. Comfort, however, shouldn’t be sacrificed, so why opt for anything less than a high quality Salem Bed? With our years of experience, you can definitely rely on us for your little ones’ good night sleep.

Cozy Beds You’d Wish You’re In This Rainy Season

While most of us are stuck at the office, trying to negotiate the air conditioning unit’s temperature with colleagues, many of us area also wishing we’re in bed right now. What with the heavy downpour and the cold air, what would we give to get under the covers and cuddle with a loved one right now.

Since there’s really not much to do about today’s total bed weather, why don’t you just join us in whiling away this Wednesday musing over how cozy these beds would feel right now.

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How do you like to spend your rainy days? Tell us about it in the comments below or reach us through our social media accounts at Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. We’d love to hear from you!

Bed Ideas for Small Spaces

For most people, urban living means cramped quarters. This doesn’t mean, though, that you should just settle with a place that looks like too crowded because it is small. There are lots of ways how you can get the most out of your limited space with the right tricks and furniture pieces.

Day Beds

If you’re quite the hostess and enjoy receiving guests from time to time, an extra bed is necessary to accommodate your visitors. When a guest room is out of the question due to limited space, you can easily make do with day beds. These pieces of furniture can serve as couches during the day, and actual sleeping surfaces at night. Not only will these furnishings allow you to welcome more people into your home, but it can also help you get more value out of your purchase.

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Loft beds

When you can’t spread out due to limited floor space, going vertical can be the best alternative. With loft beds, you can get more out of your teeny simple floor plan by creating a special and new space for you. It can also create privacy, especially for shared studio apartments or big bedrooms.

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Storage Beds

Storage beds are basically bed frames that are equipped with spaces for storing your stuff. Choose one that can help you get the access you need for your items. Some designs allow you to draw out your belongings without a fuss, while others are more suited for keeping things that you don’t use that much anymore.

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Bunk beds

Bunk beds have always been the easiest solutions to space-saving within bedrooms. But did you know that there are lots of other ways how you can create a bunk bed that will better suit or even improve the look of your home? With the right design, you can turn your attic into a guest room or a nice little shared space for kids!

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Hidden beds

Hidden beds, or beds that you can tuck away can be known through its various names. Some are Murphy Beds, which are basically beds that you can easily fold into your walls using a specific design. Others are pull-out beds, where you can tuck a bed underneath a couch, or an elevated surface allowing you to maximize your space during the day time. These charming inventions can easily range from surprising to ingenious easily.

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With a little bit of planning ahead and knowing where to get the best furnishings out there, you can be sure to get the most out of your limited space. Salem beds come in a wide variety of designs and sizes, so you can be sure that there’s something that’ll fit not only your style and budget, but also your limited floor plan.

Whatever your choice of space-saving bed may be, make sure to invest in a quality mattress that could easily lull you to sleep. A bed may be attractive and unique, but if the mattress isn’t comfortable, the furniture may have easily lost its purpose. Quality mattresses, especially from Salem, can be the best options you have out there.