After a long day of juggling work, children, and pets, or just handling the rigors of everyday life, the bedroom should be a peaceful retreat for optimum rest, relaxation, and good sleep. If your bedroom is overdue for a makeover, consider purchasing new bedroom furniture. New furniture can turn a drab room into a comfortable, luxurious suite in your Richmond County home or apartment.
Whether you shop for new bedroom furniture online or walk around a local mattress store and furniture showroom like Furniture To Go, you need to do some planning beforehand. You want to select furniture that is not only aesthetically pleasing but also meets other criteria.
You need to know the size of the bedroom. Seeing bedroom furniture in a Richmond County showroom may look different than it will look in your actual bedroom layout. You want to be sure that the size of the furniture does not overpower the room by being too big. You also don’t want to buy too small bedroom furniture prices that will not look proportional to a larger room. Taking precise measurements will ensure that the balance of furniture and room space works well. It’s equally important to take note of bedroom doorways, slanted walls, windows, and other tight spaces.
Based on the dimensions of the room, what are all the room configurations that you are considering? The answer to that question will help determine how many pieces of furniture you will fit. You also need to take into consideration how many people are sharing the room? If you are two people, you will want two nightstands, a full dresser, and an armoire type piece of furniture to provide enough drawer space to hold clothing. If you like to read in bed or watch television, consider adding in a comfy upholstered chair or rocking chair to your bedroom space. If you’re always looking for more storage, some bed frames come with built-in storage or the frame is positioned high enough for sliding storage boxes underneath.
The furniture experts at Furniture To Go can help you select the right amount of bedroom furniture pieces to match the size of your bedroom in Richmond County.
There are many different types of bed frames. They can be traditional standard frames that hold a box spring and mattress. Some newly designed bed frames only require a mattress with no box spring. Perhaps you prefer the look of a sleigh bed, platform bed or a bed topped with a dreamy canopy? There are so many options so do your homework ahead of visiting a furniture showroom. You can browse online or look through magazines. That will help you narrow the choice.
If you sleep alone, a twin bed is sufficient unless you prefer a wider surface area. In that case, a full size bed, also known as a double bed, would probably be a better solution. If you are a couple, a queen size bed is ideal. A queen size bed offers ample space to rest comfortably, while still being small enough to fit adequately in a typical size bedroom. If you are lucky enough to have an oversized bedroom, consider purchasing a king or California king size bed.
Here are typical mattress sizes:
If your current mattress is relatively new, you can keep it and use it with the new bedroom furniture as long as you select the same size bed frame. If you’re not sure if your mattress can be reused, consider the age of the mattress. A mattress lasts 7-10 years on average. Replace the mattress if it has yellowed or has discolorations, you see lumps or sagging, it causes you back pain, or it’s just not comfortable for sleeping. Furniture To Go is a furniture and mattress store that sells top brand mattresses in Richmond County including Jalen, Ashley Furniture, and FOA East.
Some people prefer an eclectic look and select unmatched furniture to feature in a bedroom. Others prefer to purchase a complete, matching set. Bedroom furniture can be traditional, contemporary, casual, cottage and other styles. Materials can be either solid wood, laminate, medium or high density fiberboard, particle board, veneer, metal, marble, glass and more. You can also select from a variety of bedroom furniture colors including dark and light wood, cherry wood, mahogany, white and more.
In addition to purchasing your new complete bedroom set, furniture stores serving the New Brighton, NY area like Furniture To Go, also carry a large number of affordable and stylish bedroom accessories. Consider purchasing new bedding, pillows, throw pillows, lamps, area rugs, wall art, clocks, and other decor. This will complete a bedroom makeover and really make it look like a cohesive update.
What Other Furniture Does Furniture To Go Sell?
Furniture To Go is a furniture and mattress store, a full showroom of furniture for every room in a home. A customer in Richmond County will find top brand name furniture at amazing, affordable prices. In addition to bedrooms, there is a huge selection of living rooms, dining rooms, mattresses, entertainment center pieces, mirrors, rugs, clocks, coffee tables, shelves, and so much more. You can shop Furniture To Go online or visit the showroom in the New Brighton, NY area.
It’s time to turn your New Brighton, NY bedroom from a simple room you sleep inside of each night into a place of luxurious and peaceful tranquility. Simply pay a visit to Furniture To Go and select a new queen size bed, new mattress or any other furniture to spruce up your New Brighton, NY apartment or home.
If you are unable to visit the Furniture To Go mattress store and furniture showroom in person, no worries. You can visit the Furniture To Go website from your smartphone or computer and see their outstanding selection and affordable prices on brand name furniture. Whether you currently have good or bad credit, every customer is approved for financing.
Call Furniture To Go at 718-252-2005 with any questions about furniture in Richmond County. If you are looking for a mattress store New Brighton, the Furniture To Go specialists are always standing by to help customers.
New Brighton is a neighborhood located on the North Shore of Staten Island in New York City. The neighborhood comprises an older industrial and residential harbor front area along the Kill Van Kull west of St. George. New Brighton is bounded by Kill Van Kull on the north, Jersey Street on the east, Brighton and Castleton Avenues to the south, and Lafayette Avenue and Snug Harbor Cultural Center to the west. It is adjacent to St. George to the east, Tompkinsville to the south, and West New Brighton to the west.
Originally, Staten Island was inhabited by the Munsee-speaking Lenape Native Americans. The Lenape relocated during different seasons, moving toward the shore to fish during the summers, and moving inland to hunt and grow crops during the fall and winter. The present-day area of New York City was inhabited in 1624 by Dutch settlers as part of New Netherland. In 1664, the Dutch gave New Netherland to the British, and six years later the British finalized a purchase agreement with the Lenape.
At the time of British handover, several British, Dutch, and French settlers occupied the area, but did not have an established title to the land. A series of surveys were conducted through 1677, and several parcels were distributed to different landowners. Among them were the 340-acre (140 ha) ‘Duxbury Glebe’, given to Ellis Duxbury in 1708, bequeathed to the Protestant Episcopal Church of St. Andrew’s ten years later, and then leased for 54 years by John Bard in 1765. Another tract was granted to Lambert Jansen Dorlant in 1680, whose western boundary was a brook on present-day Jersey Street. By 1748 it had been purchased by Salmon Comes, who ran a ferry to Manhattan. By 1765, part of the Dorlant tract was owned by John Wandel, a molasses distiller who operated a plant at the Kill Van Kull near Richmond Terrace and Westervelt Avenue, taking advantage of the Jersey Street brook. Two Native American roads intersected near the distiller: Shore Road (today’s Richmond Terrace) on the North Shore, and a road that winded southward on St. Marks Place and then Hamilton and Westervelt Avenues.
Fort Hill, one of the hills overlooking the harbor, was the location on Duxbury’s Point or Ducksberry Point, fortified by the British during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian troops, contracted by the British, were stationed near the Jersey Street brook, which then became known as Hessian Springs. After the end of the war, the area remained primarily rural through the early 19th century. The area became part of the town of Castleton upon the town’s incorporation in 1788.
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