bedmaker

bedmaker

(ˈbɛdˌmeɪkə)
n
(Furniture) a person who constructs beds
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Divorced Natalie was a professional bedmaker while employed as chambermaid at Travelodge, Frankley.
Scots' bulging waists have led to a sales boom for one bedmaker, whose wooden frames can even withstand the weight of a family car.
bedmaker Simmons seen filing for Chapter 11: report</h1>
The failed furniture company renegotiated a 10-year lease after Stag's managing director Phil Goodier and commercial director Shane Bissett bought the business from bedmaker Silent Night in 2004.
The poster child here is bedmaker Simmons, described by Forbes as "the industry's fruitcake," as it was bought and sold five times in 20 years, remaining debt-laden while its financiers profited handsomely.
MORE than 60 workers at a North Wales bedmaker last night learnt they will lose their jobs.
And this from Abraham Myer, joint managing director and 5th generation bedmaker with 'Myers Comfortable Beds': "With the price of houses going up every day, builders are making bedrooms smaller to help budgets.
Sleepless investors at troubled bedmaker Silentnight were offered some respite yesterday in the form of an agreed pounds 72.
INVESTORS in bedmaker Silentnight were hit by more turmoil yesterday after the troubled company fell into the red and remained cautious about prospects.
Two minutes and three seconds: That's all it took for Rebecca Rother, a housekeeper at the Salt Lake City, Utah, Super 8(R) motel, to make a bed today and claim the title of Fastest Bedmaker in North America.
The founders of troubled bedmaker Silentnight yesterday announced plans to take the group private.