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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.
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.
Every woman knows how important it is to get enough while pregnant, but it’s not always easy to find the right position with your ever-growing baby bump.
In this article, we'd like to give you some tips and advice about sleeping positions for pregnant women and tell you which position is best for you and your baby. In addition, we’ll show you a few products that can help you sleep better at night.
Getting the well-deserved sleep in warm summer months is not easy, because good sleep depends, among other things, on the temperature.
To get that restful portion of sleep, cooling bedding is essential. Therefore, in this article we will tell you which materials are suitable for summer and how they have a cooling effect on our body. In addition, we want to answer the question of whether microfiber is suitable as summer bedding.
When choosing the right bed linen, you can easily lose sight of the forest for the trees. Due to the fact that the number of bedding materials on the market now is very large, consumers now have to choose between a variety of different weaves and have to take such characteristics as texture, warmth and insulating capacity into account. For example, some materials are better suited for the summer due to their smooth surface, some are particularly densely woven and keep us pleasantly warm in the winter.
For this reason, in this article we’ll give you an overview of how bedding materials differ from each other. We’ll reveal which fabrics are best for summer or winter and which fabrics feel softest on the skin.
When choosing the right bedding, comfort should be your first priority, as restful sleep is essential for our health and productivity. However, the pattern and colour of our bedding also says a lot about our taste. By finding the bedding which matches your personality, the bedroom can become truly unique and express your individuality.
Due to the increase in new types of pillows, buying a new pillow can quickly prove difficult for the average consumer who is likely unfamiliar with all of the available options.
That said, it’s definitely worthwhile to put a bit of thought into which pillow filling is right for you, because a good pillow can help reduce muscle tension, headaches or a stiff neck.
Pillows should be washed regularly to prevent mould from forming and mites from nesting. But can you even wash pillows without using a dryer and not ruin them?
In this blog article, we’ll show you how to wash and maintain your pillows properly.