Trends, design & technology in this month’s Bed & Bath digital magazine

Did you know you spend about a third of your life sleeping? That’s a lot of life lived in the bedroom. Bedrooms are becoming more like another living space within the home with the addition of small sofas, benches, coffee tables and chairs, a trend that has been getting a lot of attention this year. Read more in our trends feature in this month’s digital magazine on page 22.

Our bed & bath issue looks at the latest technologies including Simba Hybrid. Tested with the Sleep to Live Institute which has compiled body profiling data from 10 million people, the Simba Hybrid mattress’ cutting edge innovative technology is the result of over 80 prototypes and offers the comfort of five luxurious layers of memory foam with the support of 2,500 patented conical pocket springs. Read more on page 14.

Kids bedrooms change regularly as their tastes and needs change as they get older. However, this doesn’t always bode well for people’s budgets.

The design team at Lilly & Lolly recognise the importance of designing and producing timeless and durable pieces that stand the test of time and require only a simple ‘dressing change with accessories’ when children move through life stages. We look at different options for kids rooms on page 18.

Linen & Moore was launched in 2001 and was recently rebranded to L&M Home. Director Anna Lofts had previously imported clothing and felt there was a place for good-quality, boutique bedlinen in the Australian market when the company made its debut. Read her story on page 8.

This issue also features profiles on gift and homewares supplier Annabel Trends (page 20) and Melbourne based homewares business Feyre Home (page 16), which only recently released its first range of bedlinen.

Once again we have selected the best products for your store, which you can find starting on page 24.

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