Updating My Room At Home 🏡 with Leesa

5 August 2018

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In today's post I'm coming at you guys from a room you may not have seen in a while, my bedroom at home home! Whilst I'm still working in London right now and I'm obviously still living there (could you imagine the daily commute from Somerset to London?!), I am currently planning for the future and am starting to think about where I'll be and what I'll be doing in six months-a year's time. And, if I'm honest I can see myself living at home again with my mum, brother and Daisy dog so I can save for my own place in Bristol - even if that means I'm 30 and living at home, I don't care. It's somewhere I've always seen myself living and is like a little London (but nicer and with my favourite Primark store there - winning!). 

So, to prepare for the move, even though I am thinking a little in advance here, I wanted to redecorate my room with some new furniture and a fresh lick of paint and plants. But, my mum got there before me and actually decorated my room for me for my birthday this weekend just gone ... what an absolute hun! As you can see I've been left with the 'box room' of the house but I'm making the best of a small situation and even have mattress brand Leesa helping me out with this post by giving me a brand new mattress to help make it super comfortable and more homely! 

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If you haven't heard of Leesa before (where've you been hiding?) let me just briefly tell you a little bit about the brand and the amazing things they do for charity! For every 10 mattresses sold Leesa donates one mattress to charities helping the homeless as well as those seeking refuge from domestic abuse. At the time of this post going out to you guys, they have already donated 30,000 mattresses to charities worldwide, including 30 in the UK. As well as that (as if that wasn't enough!!) the brand also plants a tree for every mattress they sell and if you're not happy with your mattress within 100 day they'll pick it up and, where they can, will donate that one too - giving back is definitely in this company's DNA! But, now let's talk about the mattress and how it's fitting in to my newly decorated room and, most importantly, whether it's affected my sleep at all...

The mattress itself is made up of three lovely squidgy layers - 5cm of Avena foam (this allows air flow for a cooler night's sleep - um, NEEDED right now), 5cm of memory foam and 15cm of support foam. That's a whole lotta foam! The mattress comes delivered to you compressed and rolled in a box, you hardly even realise it's your new mattress...apart from the fact that it's super heavy... Once you've unrolled the mattress onto your bed, with the four iconic white stripes at the bottom of the bed, and left it for a good 24 hours so it can fully expand then it's time for your first night of blissful sleep! 

I didn't actually think I was a mattress snob until I slept on my Leesa. I've only ever had your sort of run-of-the-mill mattresses before along with a mattress topper but now I've got this one, there's no going back! I did think with all that foam the mattress would envelope me but that's far from the truth - even as I'm typing this post out I'm perched on the mattress with Daisy dog snoozing by my side (she LOVES this mattress) and am not becoming engulfed into the material at all. It's sturdy when it needs to be but also oh-so dreamy to sleep on. I normally curl myself up when I sleep and this mattress is perfect for that as it moulds to your body whilst also giving you the freedom to wriggle - I'm a wriggler, for sure.

I've noticed that my sleep is a lot deeper and I wake up less during the night, and I can definitely notice the difference in my sleep patterns when I go back to my regular mattress in London! I've had the Leesa at home for a month and have been coming home at weekends a lot recently to try it out properly so I can have an honest opinion about it - my verdict? So far, so good. I do get back pain, mainly because of my top heavy body type so sinking into this sort of mattress that is firm but also incredibly relaxing has helped with that pain. I can say - Scout's honour - that I completely love this mattress and even my mum, who has always had a memory foam mattress, is jealous of just how comfy this one is!

Fancy getting your very own Leesa? Head to their website and use code HALCYONVELVET for £100 off your new mattress.

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This post was in collaboration with Leesa but, as always, all opinions and thoughts are completely my own.

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