There’s no relationship in your life quite like your relationship with your bed. You spend close to a third of your life lying in it, and a lot of that time is spent in sweet sleep—no wonder we all demand so much from these squishy rectangles.
When you have a great bed, it really is a gift that you experience daily, whether it’s coming home after a long day of work and dropping face down on the bed, or snuggling into the blankets for just a few more minutes in the morning.
But when your bed doesn't meet all of your needs, the disappointment is nightly. Make sure you’re not settling for a letdown—here are three ways your bed might be falling short of what a great bed should be.
1. Your bed should be flexible, and it’s
You have questions—we've got answers. Not sure where to start when it comes to a new sleep system? How about a conversation with Steve Mason, our expert Sleep Specialist, certified Reverie®️ Sleep Coach™, and all-around guru in Reverie products and sleep? In our chat with Steve, we went in-depth about what people are looking for when they start sleep shopping, and how our leading technology and design can make that decision a little easier.
First, we talked to Steve about his role here at Reverie:
How long have you worked at Reverie?
What do you love about the company?