yaaaaa tat's y i'm checking ard hehe anyway i have juz called Simmons gallery and asked abt the pricing.. apparently the price is still higher than wat i have bought earlier on..
i bought it at $2999.. is urs higher or lower than this?
racherlle, slightly cheaper than urs loh coz my hubby frd gave us a 10% further discount. But as long as we can get it below 3k is consider a good buy liao. We check out quite a number of showroom but all above 3k.
Nowadays at the bedshops a duvet is used for display but do people in tropical Singapore actually use these down feather duvets?
However using separate blanket means no nice plush and pretty duvets to cover the bed and to match & complement the $20,000 bedroom ID!
Or do you guys do the hotel style and put a thin but hardy bed cover over the bed that has to be removed before climbing into the bed where the plain usually brown and furry blanket with a thin white bedsheet on the top is tucked into the bed so that your feet got to bend to one side when you sleep!!
Treasures: In the last paragraph I was describing the bedding style that most hotels adopt. The beds are normally covered with a bedcover but in the evening the chambermaid will turndown your bed by removing the bedcover (and chucking it in the hotel cupboard for the night) and exposing just plain white bedsheet which is tucked under the mattress.So you have to wriggle in to get under the covers and the feet would be pretty uncomfortable because of the tucked-in part. Anyone know what I'm describing?
Woah..sounds like you got yourself some magical duvet fillings! Fillings with feelings? Like a thermostat! Sounds smashing! Mind telling me what kind of filling you're using? I can sure go for that for frankly, I prefer the look of duvets.
hi telbut, yes i know what you mean. but usually after i come back to the hotel room and the chambermaid has tucked in the covers, i would pull it out and sleep normally like a duvet or blanket over me. you do not need to leave in tucked in. its just a standard way of making the beds and its neat and pretty thats all.
for my case, as we always sleep with airconditioning, i bought the ones with fillings that are always warm. if i am not wrong, mine is 100% goose down. My duvet is from Old Empire. the investment is worth it.
if you want to know which type of filling is cooling when warm and warming when cold, go to the Tangs basement section selling duvet, ask for the lady's help. she shld be able to tell you....
Wow, finally someone bought something same as me..hehe..Your is also with the memory foam right ? I am wondering how come no one buy leh..Me initially bought Glendale but later change to La Grande. I forgot how much I paid I think is abt $3.5K with bed frame. How abt you ?
hehe... i've been reading the thread till i saw ur post... finally found someone bought this mattress. haha... yup yup... the memory foam one.
u already got the bed and sleep on it? how's the feeling?
i'll receive the mattress only in april'06 and can use it after my customery in may'06.
I got it during post christmas sales and am paying $2583 after $100 voucher discount and 5% discount for robinson card. it comes with free mattress protector and 2 pillows. actually the promotion is free mattress protector or 2 pillows. but we manage to get them to throw in the 2 pillows for us... hehe...
my hubby and i bought the cherrington king as well from simmons gallery. no regrets. we tried it out when it was delivered a few days ago but haven't slept on it yet. will be sleeping over at our new place tonite.... yippeee...
I was thinking to get BeautyRest Tribute. Price @ Gallery quoted : $23xx+, bedframe: $899.
Any comments? their sales woman is really "StuxxUp"...they sound till like why come so early and see when you are not buying....i feel like giving her a pia pia....then she says the model price will be revised in couple a months later...cos GSS probably...