A Adjustable Bed? Yes, Please.

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Leggett & Platt for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

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If you follow me on Facebook, it is not a secret that I LOVE retreating to my bedroom after we get the kids settled down. I often am giddy as I update my Facebook status, telling of my excitement to be in my bedroom! It is one of my most favorite places to be. It is a place to unwind and relax; a haven. I grab a cup of tea, my phone, my laptop, and any books I am reading.  I make sure my TV remote is close and of course, some dark chocolate. My husband knows where to find me if he wants to chill with me, and my kids often come in for one last hug before bed. What else could a girl want?

Well, I thought nothing, until I saw these awesome adjustable beds by Leggett & Platt. Gone are the days where one has to sacrifice style and a put- together look for an amazing, comfortable, adjustable bed.These beds are beautiful, don’t you think?  There are 4 headboard sales and colors to choose from, and I am finding myself thinking I’d like to have one!

It seems like I am not alone in bedroom activities & desires.  In a recent survey by Leggett & Platt Group, a majority of consumers (89%) expressed a desire to transform the master bedroom into a tranquil retreat, a place to relax, read or watch TV while 69% said they feel a little luxury is important in their lives.  Yep, we are on the same page, people!


Leggett & Platt  bed would give the perfect customized comfort for reading, watching TV or what I do most often–surf the web. Too often I am piling up numerous pillows to prop myself up, and then my Todd comes up, takes one for himself, and I am litterally deflated and sunk!  Not the best way to greet my husband when he comes to bed, huh? With the Leggett & Platt adjustable bed, this would not be an issue, and when I am ready to sleep, all I have to do is push a button, the bed glides into a favorite position for sleeping. 
If this sounds awesome to you, then wait until you hear about this Pinterest Contest.
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Emily Henderson- host of HGTV’s Secrets of a Stylist and Leggett & Platt home style expert wants to put your bedroom design skills to the test through the “Design You Dream Space” Pinterest contest, launching September 17th!
How it works:
~”Like” the Leggett & Platt Facebook page; click on the Contest Ta[ and flow the instruction to enter
~Create a board under one of three themes (Coastal Getaway, Modern Elegance or Eclectic Inspiration)
~Include at least on image of a Leggett & Platt bed that you’d like to design a room around 
~Pin a minimum of 7 additional item of your liking to help decorate your bedroom.
Emily will choose a grand prize winner, who will receive a free Leggett & Platt queen-sized adjustable bed base and headboard and 1,500 cash toward their own bedroom makeover! The runners up will receive a $500.00 gift card.  The contest ends on 10/15 but winners will be announced after 10/31! –good luck!

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  • Mae Kristine Rana
    November 1, 2012 at 12:32 pm

    thank for info 🙂 this info is very good for me. This site is awesome. My spouse and i constantly come across a new challenge & diverse in this article.

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  • asa
    October 25, 2012 at 11:21 am

    adjustable bed
    Amy, on their contest page they want a referral code for the blog that directed us to them (for the submission page.) Do you have one of those??

  • eakitch
    October 8, 2012 at 2:42 pm

    Amy, on their contest page they want a referral code for the blog that directed us to them (for the submission page.) Do you have one of those??

    • Amy Bowman
      October 8, 2012 at 8:51 pm

      I just asked about this and was told you should be able to skip that option of a referral code? Hope this helps.

  • Beth Mcgwire
    October 7, 2012 at 1:09 am

    You sound just like me. The master bedroom in our old home was large enough for a poster bed so my friend said I was a princess in my castle. That’s how our bedrooms should feel, right?

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