Sometimes people ask us about weight limits for our mattresses， especially parents who want to sit or lean on their child’s mattress for a bedtime story. Our products do have recommended weight limits， so keep reading to find out more!toddler pillow cases
While our crib mattresses provide firm support for babies and toddlers， they do not support the weight of parents. In terms of baby weight limits for these models， our lightweight and innerspring models can typically withstand about 50 pounds.
Also， be sure to note that while the crib mattresses do feature reinforced edges that will hold up when baby starts to stand or bounce slightlypersonalised teacher gifts， they still will not withstand repeated high-impact jumping.
Since we design our kids’ mattresses for every stage of your growing child’s life， we also design them to support different weight limits. Our twin mattresses have a 325 pound weight limit， our full mattresses 450 pounds， and our queens 550 pounds. When choosing which mattress size is best for your child now and in the future， be sure to consider these weight limits.
If you are in the market for a twin， full， or queen adult mattress， the weight limits for these models are the same as that of our kids’ mattresses in these sizes. If you are looking to stretch out a bit more in a king or California king， reference the weight limit of our queen mattresses. Our king and California king mattresses have the same coil strength as our queen mattresses， so they also have the same weight limit of 550 pounds
Weight limit questions go beyond just our mattresses. We also hear questions about our foundations. Overall， our foundations are designed to support the weight of the mattress plus the maximum weight of the sleeper(s).
In general， the heavier you are， the more you will press into your bed， and that is why most manufacturers will recommend a firm bottom support for you. If you still prefer a softer top， try one of our pillow top options so you can have layers of support while still having the softer feel you enjoy. Our EOS Pillow Top is a great option because of the ability to customize your comfort and support.
If you still have questions about the weight limits of our mattresses， or any other topic， leave it in the comments below， email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 1.800.917.3342.
One of my favorite things about Fall is Halloween. And one of my favorite things about Halloween is all of the fun crafting and sewing that goes along with it. I’m always looking for Halloween Patterns for all of the cute Halloween Fabric that I love to hoard. I’ve spent a lot of time scouring the web and Pinterestfor cute things to sew for Halloween and thought I’d share with you today 25 of my favorites.
Just like you would spruce up your lounge and dining rooms or kitchens for Christmas, bathrooms need some special attention too - guests will be visiting them! You might not put up a Christmas tree or be able to decorate a hearth, but there are many things you can do to give this room of the house some festive cheer - even if it is done with extreme subtlety. For some inspiration, take a look at some of the wintry and Christmas features we have rounded up for you - you may choose to create a theme around several items or just have the odd touch of sparkle.
We are very proud to announce that BERNINA will be part of this year’s Altitude Design Summit in Salt Lake City, Utah, January 18-21, 2012! Not familiar with the Altitude Design Summit? Whether your passion is for fashion, art, food, photography, travel, interior design, or adventure, Altitude is the place where design and lifestyle bloggers come together, share ideas, and connect with marketers. In partnership with BurdaStyle, BERNINA will host a series of sewing classes, taught by Rachel Faucet of handmadecharlotte, and Dana Willard of Made to create quick and easy projects like a tote bag or pillow case on our stylish B 350 PE sewing machines. We’re very excited to be working with Rachel Faucet, who recently released a children’s line with Anthropologie and Dana Willard who recently published her first book The Fabric Selector!