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Magazine National Bed Month

We're on a mission to help Britain sleep better. That's why at Furniture Village, our dedicated sleep experts will make it their mission to find you the perfect bed!
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Talk to the experts

Do you know your pocket springs from your open springs? Or your latex from your memory foam? No? Don't worry we've made a minute master class to help you pick the right mattress for a better night's sleep.

Watch Judy's guide to mattress types

Could you be sleeping better?

Nearly 90% of people are satisfied with their bed, yet 4 in 5 regularly experience interrupted sleep or wake up tired.

Even as little as 1 hour a night less sleep than you need can have a measurable effect on your physical and mental health.

Many people believe their bed should last up to 20 years! In fact, The Sleep Council suggest you should replace your mattress every 7 years.

Do you suffer from back pain?

The biggest cause of absence from work is back pain, with 1 in 10 people suffering regularly. Furniture Village’s bed expert, Norma Sharpe, explains the difference between a soft and a firm mattress and which one might be right for you.

Watch Norma's guide to soft and firm mattresses

What's your perfect bed?

Our beds come in all kinds of shapes, styles and sizes with the option of built-in storage -or built in fun! Use our Bed Buying Guide to find the perfect kind of bed for you.

Adjustable beds

Finding your perfect sleeping or sitting position is easy with an adjustable bed.

Choose from a range from all the top bed brands including Tempur, Vi-Spring, Jensen, Sealy, Sleepeezee and Myers.


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