Jonathan Campbell

Top Attributes to Look for in a High-Quality Mattress

If you work all day, whether you're a parent or an office worker, then you need adequate and quality sleep to keep up with your schedule and live a healthy life. Therefore, high-quality mattresses should be your best friend because they are comfortable and do not restrict you to a single sleeping position. That said, high-quality mattresses have certain attributes that separate them from other types of mattresses. This article highlights the characteristics of a high-quality mattress. Read More 

4 Reasons Wicker Furniture Is Great When You’re Near the Beach

If you live near the beach, you'll probably want to spend as much time outside as possible. If you're lucky enough to have your own deck, garden or even a large balcony, you'll also want to pick up some outdoor furniture so you can relax while surrounded by the sun, sea air and the sound of the waves. Of course, there are plenty of options to choose from, and one of the most important things to consider is what material your outdoor furniture should be made from. Read More 

Not All Lift Chairs Are The Same And Why These Differences Matter

For many older and disabled Australians, a lift chair can be a very useful piece of furniture. Across the country, there are hundreds of thousands of people who have varying ailments from chronic back pain to crippling arthritis. Obviously there is no "one-size-fits-all" solution when it comes to your traditional lift chair, and so it is important that when you are searching for one you look for one specific to your needs. Read More 

3 Ways to Give Your Chair a New Lease on Life

Giving an old chair a new lease on life through cleaning, repairing and recovering is a great way to give your living or dining space a new look and save money that you would have spent on a new chair. The three tips below are designed to help you bring your chair back to life. Work On The Frame The frame is only one of the parts of your chair that you should pay attention to if you want to give it a new lease of life. Read More 

Guidance for a Long-Lasting Mattress

When mattresses no longer feel comfortable to lie on, it is time to replace them. Sleeping on a mattress that is too old for you can mean that you end up with a bad back or neck in the morning. Far from simply meaning that you are not getting the quality of sleep you need, it could lead to long-term spinal problems if unaddressed. That said, mattresses will last much longer and support you better if you look after them properly. Read More