The new magic word: Comfortable sleeping

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Classic bed forms are in demand for many older people. Elderly beds are often offered with a footboard, which is rather rare in modern beds. The tastes of people of a slightly higher age are different from those of younger people.

The new magic word: Comfortable sleeping

It describes exactly what to look for in a bed. Therefore, one can confidently delete the word senior’s bed and speak better of the comfortable bed. Because the word “comfort” hits it like no other.

Anyone who wants to treat themselves to comfort can do so at any age. We have young customers, the first apartment with a higher designer bed equipped with a motorized slatted frame and good mattress. It is clear to this group of people that the bed is a comfort zone where you spend a lot of time and want to relax. Do not miss to Visit Bestmattress-brand to learn more..

In contrast, there are people around the age of 60 who do not value the healthy rest in the bedroom at all. The main thing cheap – but no comfort. Surely you can also “sleep on the floor”, as some customers consider sufficient, but comfort looks different…

The size of the senior bed

The beds are available in all regular sizes, whether as a single or double bed. Especially often they are desired a little wider and more comfortable, for example in the size 120 × 200 cm or 140 × 200 cm. But also the classic sizes of 90 × 200 cm or 100 × 200 are popular.

The right size is the one that makes you feel good. And most people would like to have more space when sleeping in their old age.

The accessible bedroom

If the bed is already higher, it is practical to have height-adjustable bedside tables.

Often, older customers come to us and inquire about an age-appropriate bedroom or senior bedroom. For that we look at the premises on site and check things like:

  • Are the doors wide enough to get through with a wheelchair?
  • Are there too high thresholds?
  • Are loose carpets lying around as tripping hazards?
  • Should the cabinets be equipped with sliding doors instead of swing doors?
  • Is it easy to get close to sockets and light switches?