Motorized Adjustable Beds

World-Class Adjustable Beds

Positional therapy or luxury bliss? With European Sleep Design's adjustable beds you can have both.

WH mom to be Say the word adjustable bed and most of us conjure immediate images of "hospital beds", or dismiss them because "we're not old enough for those yet". But in fact, our ergonomic adjustable beds can help alleviate health problems such as sleep apnea, heartburn, acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), snoring and lower back pain. Studies show that a 30 degree elevation of the upper * body improves upper airway stability, lessening the effects of sleep apnea.

The Better Alternative

WH couple European Sleep Design’s motorized adjustable beds offer advanced ergonomic properties for optimal body alignment and adjustable comfort. And when paired with one of our flexible, conforming adjustable bed mattresses, help to reduce strain and stress on the body, promoting more restful and rejuvenating sleep. The best part though is that our European adjustable beds and adjustable bed mattresses provide you with pure "sitting-up-in-bed-luxury" all at very competitive prices.

Adjustable Bed Movable Base Models

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LEGRA Adjustable Slat Movable Base

Superior form and function for sound sleep

The Legra Adjustable Slat Movable Base provides increased range of motion, ease of use, and adaptability for side sleepers. Rowa’s solid wood frame is available as a freestanding version with height-adjustable legs.
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Electropedic

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ELECTROPEDIC Adjustable Bed Movable Base

Functional and reliable with a modern design

European Sleep Design’s Electropedic Movable Base is a traditional adjustable bed power foundation that will fit the bill for non-slat suspension applications (e.g. full size) or when massage functionality is desired.
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* Neill A.M., Angus S.M., Sajkov D., McEvoy R.D.: Effects of sleep posture on upper airway stability in patients with obstructive sleep apnea. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 1997 Jan; 155 (1): 199-204.