If you are like me, you will have a room in which your friends and relatives can stay the night, more commonly known as a guest room. But deciding what kind of bed to put in said room can be more taxing than selecting your own beds.
Firstly you need to consider who will be using your room. If you know that mostly you will have just one person staying at a time then perhaps you can narrow your options down to just single beds. At www.dreams.co.uk there are plenty of beds that are single sized and any would look perfectly respectable in any guest room.
However, if you know that mainly couples will join you, then you opt for the double bed range. This allows for ample sleeping space for both guests and provides a homely, friendly, inviting environment.
If you have a wide range of people staying, from a single person to a family of four, then you may need to consider your options a little more carefully. I discovered that by purchasing a double bed you are being adaptable to most situations. A person on their own will enjoy the luxury of space, whilst a couple will have ample room. As for families you then store trundle beds under the double bed, or buy airbeds, and you have comfortable beds for their children. These can be pulled out into the room, or another room.
Finally, make sure any beds you use for guests are comfortable. Good quality folding mattress found and indulgent bedding will definitely have your guests wanting to come and visit more often.
Mattresses that are made of memory foam are the ultimate in comfort, but expensive, so if your budget is tight then your traditional sprung mattress is perfectly adequate. For extra comfort you could always add a fleecy top to the mattress that adds extra warmth and comfort.
If you visit dreams.co.uk then you can see a great selection of different types of beds and mattresses for you to check out for whatever reason you need one.