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The Daily Telegraph - Telegraph Magazine - - Interiors -

Natural fi­bres help to reg­u­late your body tem­per­a­ture while you sleep, so they’re a good choice of bed­li­nen for those who get too hot at night. The nat­u­rally crum­pled look of linen – such as this from Se­cret Linen Store – gives an invit­ing look. Plus, there’s no need to iron it, so it’s a win­ner all round.

Warm up your walls with wood cladding – or this looka­like wall­pa­per. Swedish Sauna wood-plank wall­pa­per, £75 a roll, Wood­chip & Mag­no­lia (wood­chipand­mag­no­lia.co.uk)

Add a squashy cush­ion to prop you up while you read in bed. Olivia ruf­fle linen cush­ion, £65, Also Home (al­so­home.com)

Amp up the com­fort and tex­ture in the room by pil­ing on the lay­ers. Quilted vel­vet throw, £225, Toast (toa.st)

You and your part­ner like dif­fer­ent du­vet tem­per­a­tures? In­vest in a dou­ble that lets you to choose a dif­fer­ent tog count for each side. Hot¬ du­vet, from £50, Nanu (nanusleep.co.uk)

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