Pocket springs are small individual springs sewn into calico sleeves. The pockets, rather than the springs, are joined, making the mattress more responsive to the sleeper. Also, when the bed is shared, the movement of one partner is less likely to disturb the other. The number of pocket springs in a mattress is one indicator of quality: a standard double mattress may have 600 to 800 springs or 3,000 or more. A larger number of smaller pocket springs or a double layer often features in mattresses from Savoir Beds and Vi-Spring.
To make the bedding comfortable, you should select appropriate mattresses and pillows to match the style. Select bright coloured pillows, to get a fresh look. Foam pillows are more suitable if you usually sleep straight on your back, where as softer down pillow would be a better choice, if you have habit of sleeping on your stomach.
Some beds are designed for partners with widely differing body weights or comfort needs. Zip-and-link beds comprise two mattresses of different firmness and can be separated into two single beds, if required. Zoned mattresses also provide various firmness levels, either on each side, or along the length corresponding to pressure points. The Sleep to Live range by Bensons for Beds offers in-store computer body profiling to indicate which bed is most suitable; for partners with different profiles, the mattress is made with a dual sleep zone.
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