The mattress that you choose has a huge impact on the quality of comfort you experience when you sleep, which is why selecting a mattress that provides you with all the support you need is essential. The type of mattress you choose to sleep on is mostly based on personal preference, so how are you meant to choose the perfect mattress for a guest room? There are a variety of beds, single and double to fit all spaces and mattresses like memory foam and hybrid that can make sure your guests sleep soundly in your home.
Choosing a bed for your guest bedroom can be challenging, as you must choose a model that is going to be suitable for a range of different people. Mattresses are often chosen on personal preference, so it is worth choosing something that is going to offer support and comfort for most sleepers. Another factor to consider is the space you have – for example, if you have a small room, you’re going to need a single bed or if you’re looking to accommodate a couple like friends or parents, a double mattress is going to be essential.
If you’re looking for a smaller mattress to fit in a more modest guest room, there are single mattresses that would be ideal when it comes to creating a luxurious and comfortable feel. You can choose from single hybrid mattresses, which would be great for a guest room as the comfort from the foam and the support from the coils can support the sleeping position of many of us. They are also durable, which means you can save money in the long run.
There are a few types of single mattresses on the market, and the most popular for a single bed tends to be an innerspring mattress. If you’re catering for one person in a single bed, an innerspring mattress can offer support and can keep them cool with air being able to flow through the coils. They tend to be bouncier, but if only one person is sleeping in the bed, this shouldn’t be too much of an issue.
If you have a little more room in your guest bedroom, you’ll need a double mattress. This is perfect if you have couples staying with you as there are options to suit everyone. If you’re looking for something more affordable, an innerspring mattress can provide support, and bounce – however, motion isolation is a key element with couples sharing a bed, and the coils within this mattress will add bounce, meaning movements can be felt throughout the night, which could mean an interrupted sleep for your guests.
A memory foam double mattress could be the solution to this issue, as they provide motion isolation and offer a comfortable sleep on a contouring mattress. They mold to the shape of everyone’s body, providing support where they need it most. One of the downfalls of these mattresses is that they sleep warm, so your guests may be too hot during the night.
A hybrid mattress could be the solution to all your problems. They are a combination of both coils and memory foam, and sometimes even gel to prevent overheating, so your guests can get the best of both. Hybrid mattresses can support a range of sleepers, no matter which position they sleep in, and provide comfort with the contouring foam top. They can provide motion isolation, as well as help your guests to stay cool. If you’re adding a hybrid mattress to your guest room, choosing a medium-firm model means that you’re most likely to meet all of your guest’s needs. You can choose a hybrid mattress in a range of different sizes too, so there will be a mattress to fit your guest room easily.