There has been plenty of talk of the importance of sleep in the media in recent months. From the importance of a dark room for proper healthy sleep that allows your body to recharge mentally, to the stark warnings about the effect of sleep deprivation on our physical wellbeing, sleep is very much in the news. Our bodies need time to experience all the stages of sleep in order to produce melatonin, a hormone essential for our brain and body functions.
The last 20 years has seen a dramatic change in the conventional living space model, from young professionals living alone to blended families trying to make the best use of space in a home. Also there’s the modern phenomenon of older adults living in the family dwelling and when these factors come into play there’s a requirement for greater flexibility than ever before. Single room living really takes on a new meaning.