Sleep well live well

Your journey to a better night’s sleep starts here

We’re living through uncertain times, and studies show that this is having a real impact on our sleep. Many people say they’re sleeping less, waking up more, feeling less rested in the morning and even having more vivid dreams.

While we can’t control everything that’s happening around us, we can take charge of our own wellbeing. Along with diet and exercise, improving our quality of sleep can make all the difference to how we feel. Here’s how you can change the way you sleep – for good.

Right mattress

We’re proud to partner with NHS doctor and sleep ambassador Dr Ranj, and launch our joint mission to help you find your perfect night's sleep. Along with smart sleep tips and ways to help you sleep, you’ll find practical information on what you should be looking for in a bed and mattress. If you’re ready to find your perfect mattress, use our online mattress finder or make an appointment at your local Furniture Village store.

Easy steps to better sleep

Every doctor knows that the quality of our sleep has a direct impact on our physical health and mental wellbeing. Here are five of our top sleep tips to make sure you get those all-important eight hours a night.

Easy steps to better sleep

For more ways to help you sleep, take a look at all our top tips for a better night’s sleep.

Bigger is best

Bigger is best

The more room we have to stretch out on, the better we tend to sleep. That's why most sleep experts recommend choosing the largest bed you can fit in your bedroom.

Relaxation ready

Is your bedroom relaxation-ready?

Make sure your bedroom is sleep friendly. Keep clutter to a minimum, create atmosphere with warm lighting and sumptuous bedding, and introduce meaningful finishing touches that help you drift off peacefully. Updating your bedroom with coordinating bedroom furniture can help yours become a haven of relaxation.


Relaxation ready
Lack of sleep

Are you suffering from lack of sleep?

Groggy mornings and headaches can be caused by sleep deprivation. See if you’re experiencing any symptoms of lack of sleep – and learn what you can do.


Here to help with good advice and handy tips