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Beds

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Looking to buy yourself a new bed? Catalogues offer a great alternative to other stores as they allow you to buy beds on finance with pay weekly, pay monthly or buy now pay later plans.

Mattresses

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No bed would be complete without a comfy mattress to go on top. For those after mattresses or beds on finance with no credit check you may want to consider catalogues for bad credit.

Headboards

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As with mattresses, a bed would just look funny if it didn't have a headboard. Luckily you can buy your headboard, mattress and bed all in one place and on credit with a UK catalogue.

Bedside Tables

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Bedside tables go hand in hand with the bed and provide a convenient spot to place all of your bed time things, like your reading glasses, book, glass of water, etc. Find out which catalogues have them!

Cots & Cribs

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If you're recently had a baby or you know somebody that has, a baby cot or crib is going to be an essential. Thankfully, there are many catalogues like Homebuy and Argos that provide you with lots of choice!

Buying Guide - a few tips and things to consider when buying a bed

The average human being spends a lot of time sleeping, and for good reason too. The kind of night you have determines the type of day you will have. A restful night translates to a productive day, and uncomfortable sleep on the other hand can render you inactive for the whole of the day.

If you have not been getting quality sleep, your bed could be the main reason you don’t feel rested in the morning. Waking up in the middle of the night, tossing and turning during sleep and aches are some of the signs that maybe it is time you bought a new bed. Buying a bed is not merely about picking one that fits your mattress size; here are some ideas on what to go for as you shop for your new bed;

1. First off, think about bed size

It is generally expected that you go for the biggest bed that can fit the room. Having as much space as you can during the night is key to sleeping comfortably. You and your partner don’t have to fight for bed space during the night. Aside from the width of the bed, it is also important that it fits the tallest sleeper, giving a 10-15 cm distance between the bottom edge and their legs.

2. Comfort is not to be compromised

How comfortable the bed is should be of more importance than style, price, practicality and any other factor that plays into your decision to purchase. Comfort is the main reason you are out looking for a new bed and abandoning the old one. Therefore, you should ensure the new bed adds comfort before anything else.

3. Function of the bed

Before buying a bed, you need to know what function you intended to purchase it for.Beadsteads are full of embellishments; from the bold frames to expensive materials and equally expensive wood for the foot and head boards, such beds can bring a dramatic transformation to your bedroom when you buy them. You may be looking for a bed with more functionality and practicality in which case you will be going for a divan which also offers storage space. For those with limited space for the bed, you can always choose a sofa bed which, as the name suggest, is a sofa that unfolds to a comfortable bed.

4. Remember that it is a long-term investment

A bed is typically expected to last you about 10 years. For this reason, you don’t want a bed that might not serve its purpose in two years’ time. One of the most important aspects to thinks about when choosing a bed that you intend to keep for a long time is the bells and whistles that come with it. There are a lot of varieties of beds these days with all types of gizmos and gadgets. You need not overspend going for design only to end up with a bed that doesn’t fit your life 3 years down the line.

There are many criteria attached to getting the right bed even though you seldom going wrong with such purchases. That being said, getting a good bed is about trying until you find the perfect match, so don’t just settle for the first bed you come across, no matter how much of a hurry you are in.

Beds on Finance with Bad Credit

Buying a bed on finance using a buy now pay later or spread the cost payment option when you have a bad credit history can be a difficult task.

You'll usually find that stores which accept bad credit customers usually charge higher interest rates and don't tend to have as much choice.

If you find yourself in this situation there might be a better alternative to buying a bed on finance such as saving or using a credit card.
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