We choose our bedding range based on both style & substance. From bedding sets to pillows, every product has a practical benefit for a great nights’ sleep, as well as a beautiful finish for that quality look and touch.
Be sure not to overlook the importance of a good pillow for a restful night. You should replace them once a year and wash them a few times a year (yes, you can machine-wash our pillows!) even more often if you find you get hot and sweaty in the night! 100% Cotton, made in the UK.
Deep cleans mean not forgetting the duvets! All of our duvets can be machine-washed, making them perfect for busy homes. Pictured, our bestselling Freshwash Duvet by Snuggledown- made in Britain using 100% breathable cotton.
Take a look at our 200-thread count range. The higher the thread count, the softer to the touch, making for a more comfortable night’s sleep. We’re so confident in the durability of these sheets, we’ve guaranteed them for seven years! Sheets and pillow cases should be washed once a week.
100% Cotton bedding will regulate your body temperature due to its ability to keep you cool, but also trap your body heat & keep you cosy during the colder months. Wash bedding sets weekly- ideally on a Friday so you can enjoy a Saturday morning lie-in in fresh sheets!
We’ll avoid the worrisome detail about why it’s important to change bedding weekly and bring you our Polycotton range instead! Designed for busy lifestyles, washing weekly is less of a chore with Polycotton which dries quickly and requires little to no ironing!
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