The Cornish Bed Co. Blog
March 15th 2019 is World Sleep Day. Organised by the World Sleep Society this day aims to lessen the burden of sleep problems on society through better prevention and management of sleep disorders.
Thought to have once been the highest working farm in Scotland, Downie’s Cottage is a 19th century rural house nestled on the hillside overlooking the Braemar village.
There’s nothing better than crawling into bed at the end of a long day. Whether you like to starfish across the bed or curl up into a ball, everyone has a favourite position to doze off in. Have you ever wondered what your sleeping position says about you though?
We’ve just unveiled brand new designs of our classic bed collection - all inspired by requests from our customers. They spoke and we listened.
Seven years ago, Kristine Hall and her husband, Dan, bought Lansdowne, a Victorian terraced house in a state of disrepair, with the aim to restore the building to its former glory.
The world we’re living in is getting smaller; travel is more affordable and business opportunities are opening up across the globe, largely due to unprecedented advances in technology.
Interior designers, hoteliers and architects from across the West Country recently joined us for a special party to celebrate Cornish craftsmanship. We teamed up with leading lighting and furniture designer, Tom Raffield, to toast Cornwall’s rich cultural traditions and diverse artisanal skills.
You might not realise it, but the size of your bed is crucial when it comes to getting a good night’s sleep. From elevated beds first invented by the Ancient Egyptians, to the classic bedstead and mattress combination designed by the Romans, beds have continued to evolve through the ages.
Family-run Retreat to Fowey owns holiday homes on either side of the town: two are apartments in a beautifully refurbished double-fronted Victorian property, Claremont House, on Hanson Drive. They’re a short walk from Readymoney Cove and St Catherine’s Castle, built during the 1530s to protect Fowey’s harbour from the French.
We all know how important getting a good night’s sleep is to be able to function in our day-to-day lives. On average, we should take around 15 minutes to fall asleep, but many of us take much longer to nod off. Almost half of us say that stress and worry keep us awake at night, according to the Sleep Council; as a result, only a fifth of Brits manage more than seven hours’ sleep a night.
- Getting a good night’s sleep on World Sleep Day
- Step back in time
- What does your sleeping position say about you?
- New Cornish beds: chosen by you
- Case study: Restoring Lansdowne
- The land of opportunity...