Euanthe Alya. Mattress. July 06th , 2017.
So, before you go shopping you should set a budget. Spend as much as you can, but don't ever feel tempted to go over your budget. You can spend $5,000 or as little as $800 and find a perfectly good mattress. The extra cost is usually on things you can easily do without, such as fancy fabrics like Damask and silk, pillow tops and boxsprings.
You will be able to buy cut to size plywood at numerous home improvement centers, usually for merely a couple of cents more than the cost of the stuff. Buying pre-cut wood will greatly cut down your workload, the time you spend on the task, and the troubles of transporting the plywood. You can request the pre-cut lumber as well.
According to The International Sleep Products Association, 10.8 years is the average life of a mattress and box spring. There are 312 million people in the U.S. today. Together, these numbers mean that around 48 million mattresses and/or box springs are sent to landfills every year. These estimates do not include units from hotels or dormitories, which are replaced more frequently.
With the sheets fitting nicely, you might want a nice comforter on top. A regular comforter, bedspread or blanket will come off easily. They make a comforter for bunk beds called a bunk bed cap. It is also known as a bunkie, hugger or snuggler. The bottom is fitted so it stays in place during the night and makes up nicely during the day. These special comforters are not just for bunk beds. They work well on twin or full beds, trundle beds or any bed with a footboard.
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