Belfast Telegraph

Friday 29 August 2014

The ten best beds

An updated version of the water bed. Max Longin's Float moves when you move, so you do really feel as though you are sleeping on thin air (plus there's no danger of it leaking.) £4,080,
Four-poster beds are all heavy stained oak and billowing canopies, right? Well not this one, which is made of a light oak veneer and eschews the frilly canopy in favour of a simple square. £298,
Half chair, half bed, the Angelica has the look - and, crucially, all the comfiness - of an old-style winged-back armchair. Choose from a range of different fabrics and finishes. from £860,

We spend an awfully long time in them, and not just sleeping. Make sure you choose a comfortable bed that reflects your style from these elegant examples...

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Source: Independent

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