Spending time with your significant other helps develop your relationship
and strengthen your bond.
If you and yours share a bed, then this will happen whether you’re asleep or awake. The size
of the mattress can make all the difference, but there are some other
factors to consider. Read on to find out how to pick out a mattress for
you and your partner.

How much room do you need?

Some people can fall asleep immediately when they’re tired, in seemingly
any position and any circumstance. When you’re in a relationship
and you sleep in the same bed, you have to think about your partner’s
needs as well as your own. Compromise is the key, so consider both people’s
sleeping habits. If you sleep completely still and your partner likes
to flop around, you might choose a mattress that gives you some extra
room so you don’t bother each other during the night.

How much space do you have?

Now that you know how much room you and your partner are looking for, think
about what you can actually fit in your living space. If you’re
living in a small apartment, a king size bed might not be the right choice.
If you and your partner are both great sleepers and like to sleep right
next to each other, then you might go for a small bed anyway, in which
case this won’t be much of an issue.

How close are you in height?

The width of your bed determines how much room you and your partner have
to move around, but don’t forget about height as well. Dangling
your feet off of the end of the bed can keep you awake, so make sure your
bed and mattress are long enough for the both of you.

Size and firmness are both essential qualities to consider when you’re
buying a mattress in San Francisco as a couple. If you need help finding
the perfect Serta mattress for you and your loved one, call
Mancini’s Sleepworld at (800) 647-5337 or browse through our inventory on our website.