Reputed as a leading electronics, IT, furniture and bedding retail chain, Harvey Norman is a one-stop shop for all your home furnishing needs - and yes, that includes beds too.
In fact, did you know that their Millenia Walk outlet has one of the the biggest bedding ranges in the city? We didn’t as well, until we went down to the store to suss it out for ourselves and were amazed at their collection.
Here are five things about Harvey Norman's bedding range that we found out when we visited Millenia Walk:
1. They have something that suits every budget
There are more than 100 mattresses and 100 bed frames to choose from at the Harvey Norman Millenia Walk outlet, with prices starting at around $1,000 to over $20,000. There's definitely something for every budget here.
Those living in the east can check out the newly renovated Parkway Parade outlet, which has recently expanded to include a furniture and bedding section at a new additional ground floor unit.
Sofa beds and kids' bed frames are also offered in both stores.
2. Wide selection of brands
Apart from major labels such as King Koil, Simmons and Tempur, you can check out these three renowned mattress brands that are sold only at Harvey Norman stores in Singapore:
Harvey Norman's house brand, which uses Australia-inspired technology for its mattresses. Prices range from around $688 to over $3,000.
The namesake brand of the late American novelist makes mattresses using the "finest materials and highest quality craftsmanship". Prices range from around $1,500 to $8,000.
From Germany, Hilker mattresses are known for their spring technology system. They come in both the affordable and prestigious ends, with prices ranging from around $1,500 to $20,000.
3. You can get premium mattresses at crazy cheap prices
By crazy cheap, I mean a Sealy queen-sized mattresses for just under $1,000.
Harvey Norman's factory outlet at Viva Business Park, which just opened in mid-July, is where you can snag heavily discounted items like that, along with bed frames, pillows and other bed accessories.
Like a typical factory outlet, this is where discontinued models and display sets go to at bargain prices. But it is also special in that it carries entry-level products across all the brands, including premium brands, carried by Harvey Norman that you won't see in the Millenia Walk or Parkway Parade outlet.
Over 80 mattresses and 80 bed frames, kids’ bedding and sofa beds can be found at this factory outlet, where prices are slashed by up to 90 per cent.
4. Customise to your heart's content
If fixed bed sizes are either too small or too big for you, go in between.
Bed frames can be tailored according to your preferences as well. Apart from the height of the headboard, go dizzy with the 2,000 colours and fabric choices made by Australian company Warwick, an exclusive partner of Harvey Norman's.
The customisation services are available at all the three Harvey Norman outlets with the bedding section (Millenia Walk, Parkway Parade and Viva Business Park).
5. Freebies and promotions
After investing a good sum of money on your dream bed, you'll want a mattress protector to guard it with.
The good news is that you don't have to spend again when you buy a mattress from Harvey Norman, because it comes with a mattress protector and two pillows of the same brand you’ve purchased.
Also, look out for the monthly promotions by Harvey Norman to get more bang for your buck. Ongoing right now is the option to top up just $188 for a storage bed frame which otherwise retails at $1,899. This promotion ends on Aug 31.