Your bed linen’s thread count is an important factor to consider when determining its quality. However, other factors also play a role in addition to the thread count, such as the material, yarn density and the weave.
In this blog article, we’ll give you an overview of the various thread counts and weaves available. We’ll then introduce you to a few popular bedding materials and explain how they’re woven and what their strengths are.
Higher temperatures in the spring and summer can often cause us to wake up at night drenched in sweat. Although perspiration is a natural reaction of the body and brings some benefits, excessive sweating can negatively impact our sleep.
With this in mind, we’ll take a look at which bedding materials can help regulate body temperature in order to reduce sweating. In addition, we’ll give you a few tips on how you can reduce the amount you sweat at night.
Parents quite often find stains left from baby food or other things on their children’s clothes, as babies are quite uncoordinated!
There are some points that you should pay attention to when washing baby clothes, the most important of which we’ve summarised for you in this blog article.
When buying a down duvet or pillow, you may notice that the label indicates the product’s fill power or loft. In this article, we’d like to explain to you in more detail what fill power means and what this measurement says about a product’s quality.
In addition, we'll present the various types of down filling and explain their differences. We’ll show you which type of down keeps you warmest and how to find the right product for your bedroom.
Fitted sheets are used to protect the mattress from sweat, dirt or the dead skin particles that are left in your bed. Good fitted sheets also feel soft on the skin and thus increase sleep quality.
In this blog post, we’ll show you how to find the right fitted sheet for your mattress and what to watch out for when buying it. In addition, we explain which material is best for fitted sheets.
Whenever the weather is cold and dreary outside, for some reason we also tend to feel listless and lethargic on the inside. Winter fatigue are documented conditions which affect many people.
In this blog article, we explain when winter fatigue starts and whether it’s normal to sleep more in the winter. We’ll then give you a few tips on how to lift your gloomy spirits in the winter and how you can create the perfect sleeping environment in your bedroom in the coldest months of the year.
Falling asleep and staying asleep at night becomes a challenge when the temperature rises in the summer.
In this blog article, we’ll show you how to set up your bedroom to create the perfect sweat-free sleeping environment for the summer. We also answer the question 'Why can't I sleep when it’s hot?" and give some advice on how to dress your baby in the summertime.
In this article, we’ll give you a few ideas on how to decorate your bedroom in a stylish and modern way and show you which colour combinations are best for a cosy and beautiful bedroom. You’ll learn the do's and don'ts when it comes to bedroom decoration and find out what definitely shouldn’t be missing from your sleeping area.
The pandemic has forced many working people to set up an office at home. But what about when your flat is too small and your bedroom is the only place with room for a desk?
We'll tell you the pros and cons of having a desk in your bedroom and give you a few tips on how to position it cleverly so that it doesn’t affect your sleep.
Some don’t care what type of pillow they use, some need much more than just one pillow and still others claim that it is healthier to sleep without a pillow at all.
Is sleeping without a pillow healthy or does it negatively affect our health? We'll tell you in which positions a pillow is unnecessary and when it’s best to sleep with a pillow.