holidays
Holiday Firm Offers Pre-Booking for Sunbeds

Fans of comedy routines from the 1970s are dusting off some of the old material today thanks to holiday chain Thomas Cook, which has revealed a pilot scheme that lets travellers pre-book poolside sun loungers for the entire duration of their stay. Read More >>

design
A Bed That Warms My Feet So I Fall Asleep Faster Is the Only Furniture I Need

Getting the recommended eight hours of sleep every night means you’ll spend at least a third of your life in bed. So if you’re going to splurge on a piece of furniture, it might as well be a bed that constantly adjusts its comfort to match your sleeping position and warms your feet so you can fall asleep faster at night. Read More >>

gadgets
Genius Clamp Ensures You’ll Always Win the Bed Cover Wars

Do you find yourself going to war every time you climb into bed at night? Fighting with your significant other over the sheets and duvet, trying to ensure you stay covered all night? The Cover Clamp permanently tips the odds of victory in your favour, ensuring you’ll never again wake up uncovered and cold. Read More >>

wtf
The Brilliantly Bonkers Balluga Bed Will Make it Even Harder to Get Up in the Morning

The last thing I need is for something to make it even harder for me to crawl out of bed in the morning. However, after checking out the Balluga, I’ve convinced myself that that’s exactly what I want. This thing does things I didn’t think a bed needed to do. Read More >>

safety
Earthquake-Proof Beds Might Be the Scariest Part of a Natural Disaster

The worst way to experience an earthquake has to be waking up in the middle of the night to all that chaos. So a Chinese inventor has revealed a new and improved version of an earthquake-proof bed that supposedly helps you survive a worst case scenario — but at what cost? Read More >>

design
A Sweet Millennium Falcon Bed is Coming, But Only for Kids

The saddest Star Wars news revealed today isn’t that you’ll have to wait until midnight to get your hands on all the new toys. It’s that US chain Pottery Barn is making this awesome Millennium Falcon bed (complete with a dashboard full of controls in the nose cone) but only in kid sizes. Read More >>

art
Tracey Emin’s Grubby Sheets Back on Display

Artist Tracey Emin's controversial My Bed installation is going back on display in the UK, with the Tate Britain putting the famous Britart ode to relationships out in one of its rooms along with some sketches. We can't find it on Airbnb yet, though. [Standard] Read More >>

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Duvets and Sheets that Snap Together Mean Your Bed Stays Made Forever

Remember how putting an 'i' in front of everything was en vogue after the iPod became popular? That trend continues today with the term 'smart'. We've got smartphones, smartcars, smartwatches, and now even Smart Bedding, which uses a clever trick to ensure your sheets don't end up in a twisted knot by morning. Read More >>

design
Layers of Inflatable Balls Might Just Make This the Greatest Bed Ever

Forget those individually-wrapped coil spring beds that can shrug off bouncing bowling balls, the Balluga—a mattress made of layer upon layer of computer-controlled inflatable spheres—could be the most comfortable place you've ever rested your head. And with a huge list of other lavish features, you may never have a reason to get up. Read More >>

gadgets
A Remote Control Sofabed For Your Laziest Houseguests

Like Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, sofabeds put two wonderful things into one even awesomer package. People like sitting, and people like sleeping—it's the perfect combo. So how could a sofabed possibly ever be improved? With an electric mechanism that automatically unfolds and retracts the mattress, with the cushions still attached. Read More >>

architecture
This Hanging Bed Is the Ultimate Tiny Home Hack

Creative ways to hide your sleeping space are as old at the first murphy bed, but this might be a first: The owners of this London flat have found a way to maximise their living space without resorting to a bed that foldings into a closet. Read More >>

space
NASA Paying People £3,000 a Month to Lie in Bed Watching TV

The dream. NASA is hiring men like us for an experiment into the effects of gravity on the human body, asking for subjects prepared to spend 70 days lying in bed watching TV. Finally, a chance to put "lying in bed watching TV" on your CV. Read More >>

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A Multi-Purpose Living Cube That Fits Life Into 9.29 Square Metres

Swiss designer Till Könneker recently came up with a fantastic way to maximise the space in his studio apartment, which lacked room for storage. He created a loft bed called the Living Cube that incorporates everything from an entertainment center, to a clothes rack, to even a walk-in wardrobe for stashing things he wants kept out of sight. Read More >>

health
Live Your Entire Life in Bed With a Bedsore-Detecting Mattress

Spending your life at home and never getting out of bed is not only considered socially unacceptable, it can lead to serious medical conditions like bedsores. But thankfully one of those two concerns has been eradicated thanks to the MAP System, a pressure sensing mat that helps prevent pressure ulcers from happening. Read More >>

gadgets
USB Bed Risers Are Far More Useful Than Stolen Milk Crates

£18 worth of molded plastic and electronics is about to vastly improve your bedroom experience. This set of four risers from Bed Bath & Beyond not only boosts the height of your bed by eight inches, making you feel more important and increasing the amount of storage space you've got underneath. They also put a pair of power outlets and USB ports in easy reach so you can charge all of your electronic paraphernalia over night. Read More >>