If you are looking for a way to update your bedroom and improve your comfort, Sealy Double Bed Specials in Parkmore new bedroom furniture will do both in style. New bedroom furniture allows you to reinvent your space, making it truly your own personal retreat.
Types of Bedroom Furniture
Sometimes called a bedroom set or bedroom suite, bedroom furniture almost always describes beds, wardrobes/armoires, chests and dressers, nightstands, vanities, trunks, and various types of mirrors.
Styles of Bedroom Furniture
Most styles of new bedroom furniture can be described as Traditional, Arts & Crafts/Craftsman style, Modern, Transitional, or Casual.
Traditional Bedroom Furniture: Also known as Classic, Sealy Queen Bed Price the traditional look is often comforting in its familiarity. Crafted of hardwood and often well made and sturdy, traditional furniture ends to be more embellished and ornamented than other furniture styles.
Arts & Crafts/Craftsman Style Bedroom Furniture: This style utilizes clean lines and straight-forward design. No ornamentation, no embellishments, just natural wood and hardware. The emphasis here is on vertical and elongated forms, natural style and simple, refined craftsmanship.
Simmons Bedding Company
Modern Bedroom Furniture: Sleek, sophisticated, and totally contemporary, the term Modern Furniture describes a style of home furniture that often uses the latest materials in familiar ways, and more established materials in totally new designs. Instead of the clunky and massive wooden beds of the past, steel and metal alloys take bedroom furniture into the 21st Century. Moulded plywood and plastics are seen alongside woods in the most contemporary bedroom sets, adding lightness and a hint of playful joie de vivre.
Transitional Bedroom Furniture: The term “Transitional Style” describes a type of furniture that blends Traditional and Modern. Often more sleek and refined than Traditional, Sealy King Size Beds For Sale Transitional Furniture is not as daring as pieces from the Modern Movement.
Casual Bedroom Furniture: Casual bedroom furniture simply describes a style that is very laid back and comfortable. Overstuffed and ultra comfy, “casual” describes a lifestyle as much as a type of bedroom set.
Your bedroom furniture should be a reflection of you. Choose what you are drawn to and turn your bedroom into your very own sanctuary.
Sealy Double Bed Specials in Parkmore ?
We cannot say for certain which between Simmons, Sealy and Serta is the better mattress. I cannot speak for you on what can bring you more comfort when you are sleeping. In fact, it is difficult to find a mattress that provides all the things we need.
However, to answer the question "which is a better choice", I would have to say Sealy. Mind that I have only arrived to this conclusion due to the lesser complaints thrown at this company and the higher satisfaction rating they have received. When one is comparing, one should look at the bigger picture.
There really is not that much of a difference. Only that, each have a specific attribute that they excel on. For instance, Simmons offers better spring beds with their beautyrest line. Sealy offers better memory foam and latex technology with their posturepedic line. Serta is just in between.
So in general, you have to test the comfort of the mattress first and get to know more about the reputation of the mattress brand before giving your plastic and have them charge you with thousands of dollars.
Simmons Bedding Company
The Simmons Bedding Company is an American major manufacturer of mattresses and related bedding products, based in Atlanta, Georgia. The company was founded in 1870, and is one of the oldest companies of its kind in the United States. Simmons' flagship brand is Beautyrest. In addition to operating 18 manufacturing facilities in the United States and Puerto Rico, the company licenses its products internationally. According to a Simmons press release, net sales for 2005 were $855 million, and its revenue was $1.13 billion in 2007 and $1.228 billion in 2013. As of 2011, Simmons ranked in third place among U.S. mattress manufacturers, with a 15.7 percent market share. In 2012, Simmons and its sister company Serta International were acquired by American private equity company Advent International.
In 1870, Zalmon G. Simmons opened his first factory in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He started out by manufacturing wooden telegraph insulators and cheese boxes. He branched into making bedsprings after receiving a patent for a woven-wire bedspring in payment of a debt. In 1876, Simmons became the first manufacturer to mass-produce woven wire mattresses. This process helped the company produce beds faster and cheaper, and by 1889, with the introduction of spiral coil springs into woven mattresses, Simmons’ mattress prices dropped from $12 to 95 cents, making mattresses more widely affordable. The business was incorporated in 1884 as the Northwestern Wire Mattress Company, adopting Simmons Manufacturing Company as its name in 1889. According to company records, by 1891 it was the largest company "of its kind in the world".
Zalmon Simmons, Jr., who took charge of the business after his father's death in 1910, was to oversee additional growth. In 1916 Simmons began advertising nationally, initiating its first national advertising campaign with a double-spread ad in the Saturday Evening Post.
By 1919 growth was fast. In response, Simmons acquired manufacturing plants in San Francisco, California; Los Angeles, California; Montreal, Quebec; Toronto, Ontario; Winnipeg, Manitoba; Vancouver, British Columbia; Elizabeth, New Jersey; Seattle, Washington; and Atlanta, Georgia. The following year, Simmons started a new sales arrangement. Instead of purchasing a mattress directly off the retail floor, customers could test the product on in-store samples, order a mattress through the retailer, and receive direct delivery within the next 24 hours from one of Simmons' 64 warehouses. This arrangement reduced the need for retailers to own and store their own product inventories. In 1923, Simmons moved its corporate headquarters to New York City.
Equipment developed by Simmons in 1925 automated the process of coiling wire and inserting it into fabric sleeves, called encasements. This allowed mass production of pocketed coils, a type of coil that had been available only in very high-priced luxury mattresses. The pocketed coil is the basis for the Simmons Beautyrest mattress brand, which was introduced in 1925. Although the new manufacturing technology greatly reduced its cost, at the time of its introduction a Beautyrest mattress sold for $39.50, three to four times more than the typical price for a standard wire mattress. Simmons promoted its products aggressively with ads that included testimonials from famous people such as Eleanor Roosevelt in 1927 and Henry Ford, H.G. Wells, Thomas Edison, Guglielmo Marconi and George Bernard Shaw in 1929. Eleanor Roosevelt continued to promote the brand into the 1930s, through her radio show. Cole Porter mentioned the Beautyrest brand in the lyrics of his 1934 song "Anything Goes".
In 1940, Simmons introduced the Hide-A-Bed, a sofa that incorporates a fold-out spring and mattress that pull out to form a bed. This was to become one of the company’s best known products and was manufactured until the 1980s. During World War II, Simmons' facilities were diverted to military production, making cots, parachutes, bazooka rockets and other products. By the post-war year of 1947, the company was back in the mattress business and started using advertising to associate its products with the Hollywood glamor of actresses including Dorothy Lamour and Maureen O'Hara. A research and development facility was established in Munster, Indiana, in 1957, building upon pioneering studies on human sleep behavior that Simmons had sponsored in the 1930s. In 1958, the company became the first U.S. mattress maker to produce mattresses in king and queen sizes, an innovation that was promoted as solving the "space battle in the bedroom".
In 1975, the Simmons corporate headquarters moved to Atlanta, Georgia. Shortly thereafter, the company research and development team also relocated to Georgia, to a building in what is today Peachtree Corners but was then an unincorporated part of Gwinnett County, near Norcross. In 1995, the company’s R&D division moved into a new home, the Simmons Institute for Technology and Education (SITE).
Simmons underwent the first in a series of corporate mergers and acquisitions in 1979, when the company was acquired by Gulf+Western. Six years later, Gulf+Western sold Simmons to Wickes Corporation. Wesray Capital bought the business in 1986, and sold it to the Simmons employee stock ownership plan in 1989. Merrill Lynch Capital Partners obtained a majority interest in Simmons in 1991, and sold to Investcorp in about 1996. Fenway Partners bought the company about two years later, then sold to Thomas H. Lee Partners in 2003.
In the 1990s a commercial for the Simmons Beautyrest featured a bowling ball being dropped on a Beautyrest mattress and a standard open-coil mattress to illustrate the company's claim that a person’s nighttime movements are less likely to disturb a sleep partner if their mattress is a Beautyrest. The bowling ball demonstration, which was popular with Simmons dealers, consumers, and industry experts, was revived in 2006.
In 2003, Fenway Partners made the Sleep Country USA chain of retail stores a part of Simmons; in 2006 Simmons sold the chain to The Sleep Train of Citrus Heights, California. The following year, the company added memory foam products to its offerings by acquiring the Comfor–Pedic line of memory foam mattresses and pillows from Comfor Products of Kent, Washington.
The company suffered financially under the successive ownership of multiple private equity firms and other private investors. The private equity owners extracted $750 million in profits out of Simmons, while the company's debt increased from $164 million in 1991 to $1.3 billion in 2009. On September 25, 2009, Simmons announced a Chapter 11 restructuring plan and signed a purchase agreement with an investor group led by Ares Management and Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan. The bankruptcy court approved the deal, reducing the company's total debt from about $1 billion to $450 million. The bankruptcy did not include subsidiaries in Canada and Puerto Rico, but those units were included in the deal with Ares Management and the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan. Ares and the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan were also the owners of the Serta brand name under National Bedding Company LLC. They operated Serta and Simmons Bedding as independent entities that continued to compete with one another.
On October 2, 2012, private equity firm Advent International acquired a majority interest in AOT Bedding Super Holdings (now Serta Simmons Holdings, LLC), the parent company of Simmons and Serta. Ares Management and the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan continued to own a "significant" share of company equity. At the time of the Advent acquisition, Simmons and Serta together held a 34 percent share of the U.S. mattress market. Simmons and Serta retained separate sales, marketing, research and development, and merchandising departments, and continue to remain separate.