Bedroom furniture means so much more now than it did for our parents and grandparents. In days past, the bedroom was simply a place to sleep, and furniture was, for the most part, not a huge consideration. There was a simple bed base, maybe a poster bed or a platform bed, a simple dresser, and a nightstand or two. Some more elegant sets may have included a vanity, and in some cases there was a wardrobe in the room. Nowadays the bedroom is an entertainment room with TVís, DVD players, computer desks, and more. At the very least your bedroom may have become distracting, and at worst your bedroom furniture may actually be costing you precious hours of sleep.

Your bedroom should be a haven, a place to excuse yourself from distraction and negativity. Any sleep professional will tell you that you should avoid having any type of bedroom furniture which can hinder your ability to fall asleep. If you have ever been to a sleep center, you would notice that there is a bed, nightstand, dresser, and not too much else. Since our goal is to help you get quality sleep, we will focus on bedroom furniture which is useful, but does not distract you from your real reason to go to your bedroom: to sleep.

Your bedroom furniture, in a way, is the most important furniture in your house. Sleep has been traced to all kinds of health problems, from fatigue to cancer. We want to help you find quality furniture, quality designs, and quality sleep. Take a look at the categories below to see what our experts have to say!

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