HOW TO DRESS YOUR BED FOR WINTER
Seasonal tips to add warmth to your bed
to help you stay toasty during winter, change your duvet to one with a higher tog rating. a 13.5 to 15 tog duvet is designed for the colder months as it has better thermal insulation properties than those with a lower tog. also consider investing in a luxurious feather-and-down-filled duvet. not only is its warmth and softness hard to beat, but it weighs a lot less than a synthetic one.
the perfect winter bedding should trap body heat but remain breathable and comfortable. Brushed cotton is soft to the touch and a great option for your duvet cover if you’re looking for something tactile and cosy. Wool bedding is a good yearround choice as it regulates your temperature as you sleep, so you stay cool in summer and warm in
winter. this is also ideal for couples who have different temperature preferences.
adding cushions and pillows is a quick and easy way to make your bed look and feel inviting. Layer a chunky knit throw or quilt on top of your duvet on cold nights or try an electric blanket, which warms up the bed before you get in. Pick a fleece or microfibre throw for a soft touch, or drape a faux-fur blanket over the end of the bed for a stylish finish.