Working to support your entire body, pocket spring divans target pressure points to help soothe those aches and pains, available with a plethora of luxury fabrics and storage options, all available with free delivery.
At Bed Factory Direct, we offer a range of high-quality pocket-sprung divan beds that provide excellent comfort and support for a great night's sleep. Our divan beds are made with the finest materials, including pocket-sprung mattresses and sturdy /beds/divan-base, ensuring that you get the best possible sleeping experience.
What is a pocket spring divan bed?
A pocket spring divan bed is a type of bed that combines a divan base with a pocket-sprung mattress.
What is a pocket spring mattress?
A pocket spring mattress is a type of mattress that contains individual springs that are housed in separate pockets. This allows each spring to move independently of the others, providing excellent support for your body and helping to relieve pressure points. Pocket-sprung mattresses are known for their durability and are often preferred by those who suffer from back pain.
What is a divan base?
A divan base is a type of bed base. Divan bases are known for their practicality and space-saving design, as they often feature built-in storage drawers or space underneath the bed for storage. We also offer ottoman versions of our divan beds giving you the ultimate under-bed storage solution.
Who are pocket spring beds good for?
Pocket spring beds are ideal for anyone who wants a comfortable and supportive sleeping surface. They are particularly beneficial for those who suffer from back pain, as the individual springs in the mattress provide targeted support for the body. Pocket spring beds are also a good option for couples, as they provide excellent motion isolation, meaning that movements on one side of the bed are less likely to disturb the other person.
What is the difference between pocket sprung and open coil?
The main difference between pocket sprung and open coil mattresses is the way in which the springs are arranged. In an open coil mattress, the springs are connected to each other, which means that they move as a single unit. This can result in a less supportive sleeping surface and can cause motion transfer, meaning that movements on one side of the bed can be felt on the other side. In a pocket sprung mattress, the individual springs are housed in separate pockets, which allows each spring to move independently of the others. This provides a more supportive sleeping surface and helps to reduce motion transfer, making pocket sprung mattresses a popular choice for those who want a comfortable and undisturbed night's sleep.