Tag Archives: Sealy

  • May 12

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    Mattress Tips for Your Best Sleep

    by Katrina Guzman

    We’ve all experienced weeks when we feel tired throughout the day, even when we’ve had a full 7 to 10 hours of sleep.  Better sleep starts with your mattress and choosing the right one can be a daunting task.  Belfort Furniture’s Mattress Showroom features the Washington, DC area’s largest selection of brand name mattress like Sealy, Tempur-Pedic,  Stearns and Foster and Serta iComfort. All of these brands offer a variety of options to fit your needs and your budget.  We’d love to help you get a better night’s sleep. Our knowledgeable sales staff has the tools to help you determine which mattress is ideal for you whether you sleep on your side, back or stomach .  Read through some of our top mattress tips below. How do I know when …
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  • Mar 27

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    Sleep Smarter. Cooler. Better. with a gel mattress from iComfort Mattresses by Serta

    by Katrina Guzman

    Let’s face it, we all could use more sleep – and a better night’s sleep at that.  Now, the technology has finally caught up with our needs. The new iComfort Mattresses by Serta are here to provide enhanced cooling comfort and more support where you need it.  iComfort lives by ‘Smarter. Cooler. Better.’ technology that enhances your sleep and fits your needs. When dreaming of a new mattress, pressure-relieving benefits of memory foam mattresses are usually high on everyone’s list – but now gel infused memory foam has taken over!  iComfort’s new Sleep System by Serta features the Cool Action™ Gel Memory Foam – the world’s first memory foam infused with the support and cooling touch of Serta’s MicroSupport™ gel. What does this new technology mean for you?  It’s simple …
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  • Aug 28

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    Downsizing…Upsizing…we like to call it “Right” sizing…Belfort Furniture can help!

    by Claire B

    No one size fits all. At Belfort furniture, we have furniture that fits all sizes of homes, small, large or in between. We like to call it “right” sizing. Whether you are downsizing to a smaller home or upsizing to a larger one, Belfort is here to help. As children grow up and move out on their own, empty nesters are faced with the challenge of having a house that is really more than they need. Downsizing to a smaller home or condo makes sense. Moving to a more manageable space is less expensive and takes less effort to maintain. And, this is the perfect time to design and select just the right furniture pieces to fit your home and style. Belfort Furniture can help simplify this transition and make …
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  • Aug 14

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    Just for fun…Frosty Furniture from the Great White North

    by Claire B

    (picture courtesy of the Hotel de Glace in Quebec, Canada) We couldn’t resist showing you some icy frozen furniture to cool you down during August, the hottest  month of the summer. No, we don’t sell “ice furniture,” but we do have some really cool furniture that will make your home stylish and comfortable. Did you know that there are several ice hotels throughout the world that you can actually spend the night in?  In cold weather countries surrounding the Arctic Circle, artists spend months carving out rooms for these hotels that melt in the summer and are recreated when the temperatures, snow and ice return in the winter.  With a room temperature that stays a constant minus 5 degrees Celsius, that may be a bit too cold for you, but …
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  • Jul 24

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    The history of mattresses from burlap bags to Sealy OptiCool gel memory foam…we’ve come a long way.

    by Claire B

    Mattresses have come a long way from the earliest sleeping mats discovered in Africa and believed to be 77,000 years old.  The earliest mattresses were made from layers of various collected rushes and grasses but interestingly they were topped with a layer of insect repelling leaves.  Even the early civilizations were concerned with keeping bugs away from their sleeping quarters. During the Colonial Times, spanning from 1607 with the establishment of Jamestown until the late 1780’s, beds were generally flock beds. These were mostly burlap bags stuffed with rags, cornhusks, or anything else that could be found to make a soft sleeping surface. Feathers were sometimes used by the wealthier colonists. Parents of the home might have a bedstead which was a wooden frame with cords laced back and forth …
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