We specialise in extra long and unusual sized beds, bedding, and linen. Almost any size is possible no matter how big, small, short or long. Please take a look through our web site and remember if you can’t see the size you need, it doesn’t mean it’s not possible, help and advice is just a phone call away.
We promote 7’3” as our ‘standard’ longer length to give you a little more room to stretch out. So along with our extra long duvets and bespoke linens we can make sure there will be no more cold feet at the end of your new bed.
You can buy online or over the phone, we are here from 10am to 5:30pm Monday to Friday to guide you though the many different options and customisations that are possible. So if you are taller than average or would just like a bit more space to stretch out we offer an 8ft width in most of our beds. And while we focus on extra long and big beds any bed size is possible so if it’s time to turn that box room into an extra bedroom contact us with your sizes and we can make a smaller bed just to fit.
As a retailer we work very closely with a number of manufacturers across the UK to provide our customers with the greatest possible choice of unique products that can still be further customised and truly tailored just for you.
If you have any questions about our beds or need help choosing the right mattress feel free to contact us and we will do our best to help.
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