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Buying Guides

Tips for a Good Night’s Sleep

A recent survey found that more people are sleeping less than six hours a night, and sleep difficulties visit 75% of us at least a few nights per week.

Come Together: Combining Your Lives and Your Furniture

So, it’s finally that time! You’ve decided to either move in with someone else or have them move in with you. Whether it’s your spouse, significant other, friend or someone else, the act of cohabitating is oftentimes nerve-wracking. You probably have a dozen questions in your head.

Sit or Stand? Enjoy Your Meals Your Way

So you’re having people over for dinner, and now you need to decide how you’ll set the table and organize your dining room for guests. The good news is that setting up for a dinner party isn’t too difficult, but it does involve some planning to ensure everyone enjoys themselves. We have a few tips that will help your party look ready for the evening’s festivities.

Furniture Care & Maintenance

Cozy, Comfy and Clean: Tips for Cleaning Your Leather Recliner

Leather is a natural material. Follow these steps and you can maintain the look and feel of your fine leather furniture for many years.

Keep Your Mattress Clean

A good mattress that is properly maintained should last 10-20 years, depending on the quality of the mattress. The following steps should help prolong the life of your mattress.

Removing Pet Hair and Odor from Furniture and Keeping it Off!

Many times, we become so absorbed in our pets that we begin to absorb their messes too.

Community

March is Red Cross Month

In 1943, President Franklin Roosevelt proclaimed March to be Red Cross Month. We at Mor Furniture join the larger community in honoring the Red Cross volunteer heroes who support our neighbors in times of crisis.

How to Create an Allergy-Free Home

If you or your children suffer from indoor allergies, then you are probably already aware of the many allergens to avoid, such as dust mites, pet dander, mold, etc. What you might not be aware of, is that many of the household cleaners you might be using to rid the room of these particles can have chemicals and allergens that are just as harmful.

Making the Most Out of Your Kids Old Bedroom

Mor Furniture has come up with a few clever ideas to get you from moody teenage sanctuary to blissful rooms of opportunity.

The Importance of Sleep

Sleep is essential for a person’s health and wellbeing, according to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF). And there is no denying the importance of a good night’s sleep. It can affect your health, productivity, and happiness. A good night’s sleep improves concentration, memory and learning. It helps maintain a consistent mood, avoiding mood swings that come with insomnia.

Decorating & Design

Decorating with Black Leather Furniture

Black leather furniture can fit within many different home-decor styles. These styles can range from sleek and modern to retro. Achievement of a look merely requires the right combination of elements to work with the black leather furniture. These might include other furniture pieces, accessories, materials and colors.

Spruce Up Your Entryway

The entryway to a home is the equivalent of a first impression, but it’s typically neglected and left for last when it comes to decorating. However, when we eventually get around to doing something with the space we’re all tapped out of ideas. This is where we come in, we’re helping you spruce up your entryway with several, fun and fresh ideas. After all, you only get one chance to make a first impression, right?

How to Better Utilize Space in Your Dining Room

Use a server for holding extra plates and bowls of food while you are eating instead of crowding the table. This allows guests convenient access to seconds, without the annoyance of passing hot plates over each other or playing Tetris with your dishes.