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20 Storage Solutions for Any Bedroom
20 Storage Solutions for Any Bedroom
Turn your bedroom into a sanctuary by implementing storage solutions that cut back on visual clutter!
Wake Up! National Sleep Awareness Week is Here
Wake Up! National Sleep Awareness Week is Here
The National Sleep Foundation is celebrating its annual Sleep Awareness Week March 10 -16th, and Walker Furniture’s team of Certified Sleep Experts is awake and ready to help you choose the mattress and bedding that gives you the sleep you’ve always dreamed about!
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How to Create a Bedroom Oasis
How to Create a Bedroom Oasis

Sleep researchers tell us that the average adult needs seven to eight hours sleep each night to stay healthy. Experts tout the value of exercise, power naps, and eliminating (or at least, reducing!) caffeine intake. “Take a warm bath,” they say. “Sip a cup tea. Eat light at night. Practice yoga. Infuse your bedroom with essential oils.” If we did all these things every night—productive as they are—we’d never have the time to sleep the seven to eight hours they recommend!

Here’s a few great ideas for a good night’s sleep from the sleep experts at Walker Furniture you can easily initiate in a couple of hours on a weekend afternoon that can turn your bedroom into the haven of your dreams.

Children's Rooms: A Complete Guide
Children's Rooms: A Complete Guide

It's summer. So your children are at home all day. It's a great time to give some extra attention to their rooms. They are home more often this time of year and you can work together to get things organized and ready for the busy school season.

What's Happening in the Bedroom
Master Bedroom Sanctuary at Walker Furniture

Only a fraction of the people who enter our home make it to your bedroom. That's why it's often the most over looked room in your home. Nobody sees it but your and your closest family and friends, so it's easy to invest in other things.

But the truth is, you're spending a lot of time in your bedroom. It's your most personal space. Where you start each day and end each night.