Duvets

Whether it’s a warm duvet for the winter months or a hypoallergenic duvet for undisturbed sleep, you’ll find just what you need in our wide range of duvets. Looking to level up your sleep? Our luxury beds will help you drift off into a deep slumber night after night.

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    A cosy 13.5 tog rating makes this luxurious goose feather and down duvet the perfect choice for when the mercury drops.

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    If you’re looking for a duvet that helps you feel cool throughout the night, this one from Sleepeezee is perfect for you.

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    Perfect for cooler months, this naturally insulating goose feather and down duvet will keep you comfortable all night long.

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    Perfect for the spring and autumn, this 10.5 tog duvet from Sleepeezee includes Outlast thermo-technology to regulate heat and moisture for comfortable sleep all night long.

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    As you might expect, this TEMPUR duvet is as innovative as it is luxurious. Made with WarmMax® fibre it responds to your body temperature, absorbing heat and keeping you cool.

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You may be wondering how to choose the right duvet for you, especially as there are so many options available these days. But many people don’t consider their bedding as much as they consider their bed and mattress when it comes to the quality of their sleep. The National Sleep Foundation estimates that 40% of us don’t get the quality of sleep we need. Considering how vital sleep is to our health, this needs to change. We’re going to answer a few of the most common questions around duvets so you can make a more informed choice when buying your next duvet.

What is the most comfortable duvet filling?

The comfort of your new duvet is extremely important when it comes to how well you sleep. Just like a pillow, your duvet needs to help you relax, so you fall asleep quicker and have less restlessness through the night. A goose down duvet is exceptionally light due to the cloud-like nature of the feathers. These feathers are also a natural insulator, keeping you warm all night long. They’re also breathable, which allows moisture to escape so you stay fresh and dry. These qualities make goose down duvets super comfy and a great choice for a luxury duvet. Alternatively, you could go for a fibre duvet. These synthetic fibres have been specially made to have a similar feel to feather or down, but cost much less. It may not have quite the same properties as natural down, but a fibre filling still makes for a cosy, warm duvet. Also, many hypoallergenic duvets are filled with fibre, so they are usually ideal for allergy sufferers. Don’t fancy either of those? How about a cotton duvet? Cotton isn’t the best for temperature regulation, but it is very breathable, easy to care for and affordable. If you’re looking for a thick, warm duvet for the winter, cotton could be the way to go.

What type of duvet is best for allergies?

Allergies from duvets are caused by dust mites living in our bedding, so any duvet that limits dust mite activity or is machine washable at high temperatures is going to be the best bet for allergy sufferers. Fibre-filled duvets are usually machine washable at higher temperatures, which is great for removing dust mites that are living in the bedding. Plus, the materials themselves are often hypoallergenic, meaning you are unlikely to suffer any allergic reaction to the bedding itself. Bear in mind that hypoallergenic duvets are not anti-allergy, so they haven’t been treated with any special chemicals to inhibit dust mite growth. A hypoallergenic duvet is a great starting point for allergy sufferers to root out whether they are allergic to their current bedding or if it is an allergy to dust mites.

What are hypoallergenic duvets made of?

Although they are often made from synthetic materials, hypoallergenic duvets can also be filled with natural materials such as wool and down. People will often assume that natural materials are more likely to cause allergies, but this isn’t the case. In fact, wool is a natural inhibitor of moisture build-up, which helps keep dust mites – and your allergies – at bay.

Is a 10.5 tog duvet warm enough for winter?

On dark, chilly nights, a warm duvet is a must, but many people are unsure if their duvet is suitable for year-round use. Waking up freezing is not pleasant, but putting the heating up will cost you more in the long run. Having a warm duvet is the best solution, but is 10.5 tog enough? If you tend to get cold in the night, you should probably consider going for a toasty 13.5 tog duvet during the winter. These more insulating winter duvets will stop you from feeling the chill, and with the right materials they’ll keep you dry and fresh, too. With that said, a 10.5 tog duvet can be used year-round. If you are naturally good at thermo-regulation, they can be enough to keep the cold at bay. And if it gets particularly cold, you can always use an extra blanket if you need it.

What is the difference between hollowfibre and microfibre duvets?

Hollowfibre is named after the structure of the fibres themselves. There are small spaces between each fibre, making it lighter and more breathable than microfibre. Hollowfibre duvets are therefore more suited to the spring and summer months when you are more at risk of overheating during the night. Microfibre on the other hand is designed to have minimal space between each fibre, which results in a much more tightly woven duvet. Because of this tight weave, the microfibre keeps you warmer during the night, making it ideal for colder months.

How can I make my bed look luxurious?

The best way to make your bed look luxurious is to ensure your whole bedroom is on point. You could have a grand four-poster bed but if it’s in a drab Interior it won’t look its best. Start with your other bedroom furniture. A stylish wardrobe that keeps your clothes off the floor is always a plus, while a matching pair of bedside tables goes a long way. Then dress up your bed with a luxury duvet, such as goose down, with a glamorous duvet cover that is both stylish and comfortable. Silk would work beautifully. Finally, accessorise your space with some complementary cushions and wall art, then finish it off with some carefully considered lighting that illuminates and highlights the best features in the room.