CHOOSING YOUR BEDDING WITH OTTOMAN BEDS
ABOVE ALL YOUR MATTRESS MUST BE COMFORTABLE
Universal bedding does not exist contrary to what some brands or retailers claim with great marketing support. Good bedding is therefore above all bedding that adapts to your morphology with Ottoman beds, your needs, and your habits.
To make the right choosing your bedding with Ottoman Beds, you must therefore take into account certain essential morphological criteria:
Your build. It is this which makes it possible to evaluate the minimum width of the bedding (140, 160, or 180 cm). The ideal, for a couple, is to choose a large model (at least 160 x 200 cm, even 180 x 200 cm) for greater freedom of movement and more comfort (some small sleepers or people with easy awakening may then easier to turn around and get up without risking to wake up their spouse.
A real freedom for each one). According to an American survey, a quarter of people who do not sleep alone are frequently disturbed by their partner when he moves in his sleep. The two occupants of the bed touch each other an average of 60 times per night.
Your size. It determines the length of the bedding. Ideally, the latter should be about 20 cm longer than your height (opt for 200 cm if you are over 1.75 m tall).
Your weight. The level Of Influences is support to be selected. Throughout the night indeed spine aligned to adapted to your body. The objective: to promote relaxation and relaxation while supporting certain points of the body. Also note that the heavier a person, the more they will need reinforced support, especially in the hips and buttocks.
Choose Bedding ergonomics will suit to your body:
Think about your possible back problems, joints, or blood circulation.
Do not hesitate to touch the bedding, the ticking, namely the material that envelops your future Bedding, as well as the filling (elements located between the ticking and the main material of the mattress giving the first feelings of the comfort of your next Bedding).
Can be important according to your aspirations (synthetic or natural), your choice of touch but also your potential allergies, in summer or in winter, without forgetting to appreciate its often voluptuous visual aspect. Each material gives a different feeling to the mattress.
The quality of the assembly of the different materials also contributes to the quality of the finished product. The most frequently used materials for the manufacture of a mattress shell are:
Wool, for its quality of comfort, resistance, and temperature regulation.
Silk, a smooth, shiny fiber, naturally hypoallergenic, anti-dust mites, very resistant and thermoregulatory.
Cotton, for its virtues of natural fiber, offering resistance, flexibility, softness, and freshness.
Hypoallergenic fibers derived from natural products that respect the environment
– Try different models to test all technologies.
– Do not think that a very firm mattress is better for the back. This is not the reality: it is indeed necessary to privilege firm support but with a soft reception that marries your morphology. The mattress must therefore support all parts of the body evenly. Shoulders, hips, and buttocks can sink a little into the mattress. If the mattress is too hard, the alignment of the spine will not be assured.
– Also think about relaxation bedding. If you like to read, watch TV, surf the internet, or have to breakfast in bed, electric bedding is perfect, for example. You will be able to adjust the position of the base according to your needs with remote control.
Before continuing in this quest for a mattress made for you, a simple lexicon will allow you to know the terminology regularly used by professionals.
– Reception of the mattress
Comfort felt as soon as you settle into the bedding (soft on the surface, firmer afterward). The Mattress are located between the ticking core. And The reception is linked with different elements
The term “core” of the mattress designates a block comprising one or more non-separable elements, which makes up the heart of the mattress and provides the sleeper’s main support over the entire mattress. The core Can be of three types of technologies: latex, springs or foam.
Twill and very tight or knitted fabric are used to make the mattress fabric. The ticking or mattress canvas allows you to store and restore body heat. It can be made of different materials: such as carbon and silver threads to discharge the sleeper from static electricity for a more restful sleep. Some herbal ticks have beneficial properties for the skin. For better hygiene, almost all mattresses use fillings or ticks treated with antibacterial, anti-mites, and antifungals.
All the interior elements (polyester wadding, foam, wool, cotton, etc.) constituting the padding of the mattress located between the ticking and the core of the mattress and providing comfort.
High-end, high-density foam (greater than 55 kg per m3). Latex is naturally breathable and highly resilient.
– Polyurethane foam
Different densities (28 to 60 kg per m3 approximately). Above 35 kg m3 of density, we speak of high resilience. They can be “cut” or “molded”.
– Biconical springs
Dynamic and very progressive support, particularly suitable for large people or who move a lot during sleep.
– Pocket springs
Presented in individual bags, they promote sleeping independence; the number of springs is variable, making it possible to increase the number of points of contact with the sleeper, and thus to improve the support.
– Continuous wire springs
A single steel wire and knitted in turns which form a mesh. It absorbs all movements, respects morphology and sleeping independence.
Maintaining the body in the medically correct position of the spine. The Core Of the mattress is provides the support which have 3 types of technologies Latex, Springs, Foam