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    SOCIAL bed is designed for minimalist tastes with an elegant framework and a stable structure. Its clear use of form and loving detail is the perfect invitation for a cosy feeling.

    Rs. 16,900 ex. tax

  2. BUD

    BUD is a trendy, multi-functional bed with an ergonomic backrest for relaxed sitting. Your room will no longer be a mess with Bud’s easy to access open storage for your linen and bedroom extras. 

    Starts at Rs. 12,200 ex. tax

  3. VIBE

    With VIBE, sleep tight, because everything you love will find a place. Stack up essentials and books in the headboard shelves and use the detachable side shelf to place your mobile.

    Rs. 12,000 ex. tax


    Trendy, modern and a perfect blend of functionality and aesthetics, it's a sleek addition to your kids bedroom.

    Starts at Rs. 15,766 ex. tax



We're not in the business of making just beds, we're in the business of understanding comfort and convenience when it comes to your sleep.

Be it some storage, a bedside table or a place to rest your head, we have thought of it all

10 Proven Tips to Sleep Better at Night

A good night's sleep is just as important as regular exercise and a healthy diet. Research shows that poor sleep has immediate negative effects on your hormones, exercise performance and brain function. If you want to optimize your health or lose weight, then getting a good night's sleep is one of the most important things you can do.

Here are 10 evidence-based tips to sleep better at night.

  • Increase Bright Light Exposure During The Day
    Your body has a natural time-keeping clock known as your circadian rhythm. It affects your brain, body and hormones, helping you stay awake and telling your body when it's time to sleep. Natural sunlight or bright light during the day helps keep your circadian rhythm healthy. This improves daytime energy, as well as nighttime sleep quality and duration.
  • Reduce Blue Light Exposure in the Evening
    Exposure to light during the day is beneficial, but nighttime light exposure has the opposite effect. Again, this is due to its impact on your circadian rhythm, tricking your brain into thinking it is still daytime. This reduces hormones like melatonin, which help you relax and get deep sleep. Blue light — which electronic devices like smartphones and computers emit in large amounts — is the worst in this regard.
  • Don't Consume Caffeine Late in the Day
    Caffeine has numerous benefits and is consumed by 90% of the US population. A single dose can enhance focus, energy and sports performance. However, when consumed late in the day, coffee stimulates your nervous system and may stop your body from naturally relaxing at night. If you do crave a cup of coffee in the late afternoon or evening, stick with decaffeinated coffee.
  • Reduce Irregular or Long Daytime Naps
    While short power naps are beneficial, long or irregular napping during the day can negatively affect your sleep. Sleeping in the daytime can confuse your internal clock, meaning that you may struggle to sleep at night. In fact, in one study, participants ended up being sleepier during the day after taking daytime naps. Another study noted that while napping for 30 minutes or less can enhance daytime brain function, longer naps can negatively affect health and sleep quality.
  • Try to Sleep and Wake at Consistent Times
    Your body's circadian rhythm functions on a set loop, aligning itself with sunrise and sunset. Being consistent with your sleep and waking times can aid long-term sleep quality. One study noted that participants who had irregular sleeping patterns and went to bed late on the weekends reported poor sleep.
  • Don't Drink Alcohol
    Downing a couple of drinks at night can negatively affect your sleep and hormones. Alcohol is known to cause or increase the symptoms of sleep apnea, snoring and disrupted sleep patterns. It also alters nighttime melatonin production, which plays a key role in your body's circadian rhythm.
  • Optimize Your Bedroom Environment
    Many people believe that the bedroom environment and its setup are key factors in getting a good night's sleep. These factors include temperature, noise, external lights and furniture arrangement. Numerous studies point out that external noise, often from traffic, can cause poor sleep and long-term health issues.

  • Set Your Bedroom Temperature
    Body and bedroom temperature can also profoundly impact sleep quality. As you may have experienced during the summer or in hot locations, it can be very hard to get a good night's sleep when it's too warm. One study found that bedroom temperature affected sleep quality more than external noise.

  • Relax and Clear Your Mind in the Evening
    Many people have a pre-sleep routine that helps them relax. Relaxation techniques before bed have been shown to improve sleep quality and are another common technique used to treat insomnia. Strategies include listening to relaxing music, reading a book, taking a hot bath, meditating, deep breathing and visualization.

  • Get a Comfortable Bed, Mattress and Pillow
    Some people wonder why they always sleep better in a hotel. Apart from the relaxing environment, bed quality can also affect sleep. One study looked at the benefits of a new mattress for 28 days, revealing that it reduced back pain by 57%, shoulder pain by 60% and back stiffness by 59%. It also improved sleep quality by 60%. 



  • Ergonomically designed headboard


  • Open close headboard for books


  • Detachable side tray


  • Large open under-storage