Protect Your Mattresses Using Encasements and Luggage Racks

Stearns & Foster mattress

The Stearns & Foster Airdale Luxury Mattress from InnStyle

All this month, InnStyle is having a sale on both Sealy and Stearns & Foster mattresses. The mattresses we offer from these well-known manufacturers of hospitality mattresses are of the very highest quality.

I mention this as our prices on these mattresses are always excellent … and with the November sale, they’re even better!

When selling a mattress, we always recommend purchasing mattress and box spring encasements (preferably with protection against bed-bugs).

Along with the encasements — which should be zippered and should fully encase your mattress and box spring — we advise our customers to protect their mattresses by purchasing and using luggage racks in each guest room.

Placing luggage racks in each guest room is important for any number of reasons. For starters, they protect your mattress, bedspread, coverlet or duvet against regular wear and tear. They also protect the bed itself from any dirt, grease or bedbugs that guests may have unknowingly picked up during their travels.

We offer an especially wide range of different luggage rack styles on our website.

luggage rackAnother way to save your bedding? Consider using bed scarves at the bottom of the bed. This way, if a guest does place their luggage on the bed, you’ve still protected the actual bedding.

It’s true that you may find yourself having to change the bed scarf from time to time, especially if it becomes soiled or damaged. But your decorative bedding will be saved. We have many styles of bed scarves to offer you on our website.

If you don’t see a luggage rack or bed scarf style that fits with your décor, please call 1-800-877-4667 to speak with a knowledgeable and friendly member of our sales staff. We’re always more than happy to help you with your purchases.

Please visit to view our newest mattress styles from Sealy and Stearns & Foster, and to receive our specially discounted pricing throughout the month of November 2014.

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