Your Ultimate Guide To A Good Night’s Sleep

It might be the darker nights, the cold weather or just how hard we’re finding it to get out of bed in the mornings after the Christmas holiday, but we’ve got bed time on the brain at Oak Furniture Land right now. Have you seen Kimberly’s guide to buying a bed? Or how about our post on reasons to invest in your bedroom furniture this year?

As it happens, we’ve got loads of blog posts already on our website that will help ensure you get a decent forty winks. So if you’re tired (literally) of sleepless nights and want to face 2017 bright eyed and bushy tailed, you’ll find the perfect post to help you here.

Say goodbye to counting sheep, and read on…

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Orrick Bed

Improve your mood with a style shake up.

All the lavender pillow sprays and early nights in the world won’t make a difference if you don’t like the space you’re in.

7 tips to a beautifully styled bedroom.

In this post, expert interior stylist Kimberly Duran (of Swoon Worthy fame) takes us through the best ways to style your bedroom. This extensive overview covers the bed, drawers, curtains, wardrobe, and everything in between! Create your dream bedroom and you won’t want to spend time anywhere else.

How To: Create The Perfect Bedroom Atmosphere.

Finding that your bedroom interior stresses you out? Makes you feel anxious? Keeps you up at night? Mademoiselle Poirot’s very own Carole provides tips & tricks for creating a calm and soothing atmosphere that will sort that out in no time. You might not have thought of some of these!

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Keeping it cosy.

In winter, it’s more important than ever that your bedroom should be like a snug sanctuary. Sure, it might make it harder to get out of bed in the mornings, but the nights curled up happy as a bug-in-a-rug will make that all worthwhile!

9 Ways To Cosy Up Your Living Space.

In this post, award-winning home blogger Jen Stanbrook from Love Chic Living gives her best tips for cosying up any room in the house – including the bedroom. She takes you through every element of cosy room design, from walls to floor (literally!), and – best of all – they don’t necessarily have to cost a thing.

Cosy Up Your Bedroom For Winter.

The lovely Carole’s back with some bedroom-specific tips for keeping it cosy at home. Have you considered your lighting? Your floorboards? The fabrics you’re using? If not, Carole will teach you how to use all these things (and more) to create a super-cosy bedroom.

Make Your Home Feel Warmer This Winter.

Draughty doors and rubbish windows are recipes for disaster when it comes to a good night’s sleep. Fortunately there are a few things you can do to make your home feel warmer without breaking the bank. Jen has the answers.

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Helping you relax.

If you’ve got a lot on your mind, getting to sleep can be really frustrating. What should be a refuge from the day’s worries becomes an elusive impossibility! Hopefully these blogs should help you drift off regardless.

Get A Good Night’s Sleep.

With easy tips that can fit into your lifestyle, Carole’s tips for a restful night just might be exactly what you need if you find yourself struggling to sleep.

7 Tips To Get More Sleep When You Have Young Children.

Last year we were lucky enough to have award-winning writer (and Mum of two) Alice Judge-Talbot guest post on our blog. If you’re a parent you’ll know how hard it can be getting the kids to sleep, let alone yourself, so give these tips a try!

How To Stay Happy During The Gloomy Winter Months.

You probably don’t need us to tell you that the January Blues are a very real thing. With Christmas out of the way, difficult New Year’s Resolutions hanging over us and a general sense that nothing fun will be happening until at least May, it’s easy to get down in the dumps this time of year – which, in turn, can make it harder to fall asleep. Perk your mood this winter with Carole’s tips, designed to get you back to your old smiling (and sleeping) self in no time.

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So there you have it! Have you found the post you were looking for? If not, let us know what you’d like to read more of on this blog – you can get in touch on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. We can’t wait to hear from you, and happy snoozing!