If you’ve had your mattress for eight to ten years, now’s the time to replace it! More importantly, if you start to notice back pain in the morning or are waking up lethargic, it's time to change your mattress. If you are in denial that you need to do something, check out these warning signs to help you make that important decision.

Most people spend at least six to eight hours sleeping per night, so a good mattress is a must. If you wake up lethargic after sleeping for at least seven hours or your back is beginning to feel the pain, it’s a sign that you may need a new one.

If you're looking to declutter your bedroom, refreshing its look and allowing for a cleaner, more open space, here are some tips, including a few strategic furniture choice options, and other handy tricks to rid the room of clutter.

Moving away to University can be nerve racking, and having to move into a new, bare space that you’re not used to can make it even worse. Make this space feel as comfortable as possible by filling it with stylish, inviting pieces that will make you feel at home.

  Who doesn’t love to do a little furniture re-arranging in the spring? The only problem with moving your furniture is that you suddenly find you don’t like it all that much anymore. But don’t worry, I’ve got you covered with some amazing furniture picks for every room in your house.

We spend one-third of our lives in bed. Think about that! A third of our entire existence is spent in sweet, glorious slumber. Needless to say, having a comfortable mattress to retire to every night is an essential part of our overall health and wellness. But with so many options available, how do you choose which is the right mattress for you? Here are five things to keep in mind when you’re in the market for a new mattress.  

Once the kids head back to school, bring on the homework! Sure, you can help them out as they get lots of it done while sitting at the kitchen table. But to encourage great scholastic excellence, a good idea is to give them some private working quarters in their bedroom.

Just because you’re parents of a toddler doesn’t mean you can’t have a space just for yourself. Chances are the living room, playroom, backyard, even kitchen, is dominated by kid stuff. But once your little one is old enough, it’s time to claim back the space that is rightfully all yours: your bedroom.

A bedroom is a sanctuary, somewhere you can go in your house, close the door, and just breath a sigh of relief. That’s why bedrooms hit the top of my list for when choosing rooms that need a face lift. Although it’s fun to redecorate, you want to make sure you go through all the steps to ensure your bedroom makeover is right for you.   

I wanted to use the summer months to make my baby’s room less baby and more child. I’m so glad Best Buy has furniture options that can help me!
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