Too Cold

Too Cold

Feel like you're sleeping in an Igloo?  Fluctuations in temperature through the night can be a major cause of sleep disturbance.  Various factors can affect you feeling cold when you are trying to sleep, including colder houses.   Browse our range of insulating and temperature regulating products for better sleep

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  1. Soft As Down Microfibre Duvet
    Synthetic fill that feels like down

    Starting at £28.00

  2. Grey Marl Cotton With Cashmere Bed Linen
    Luxurious cotton & cashmere bedlinen

    Starting at £35.00

  3. New Zealand Wool Duvet
    Cool in summer, warm in winter

    Starting at £38.00

  4. Soft As Down Microfibre with Silk Duvet
    Breathable fill that feels like down

    Starting at £46.00

  5. Light Grey Herringbone Pure Wool Throw
    Lightweight, year round temperature comfort
    RRP £59.95 Save 8%
    £55.00
    £55.00
  6. Mustard Herringbone Pure Wool Throw
    Lightweight, year round temperature comfort
    RRP £59.95 Save 8%
    £55.00
    £55.00
  7. All Seasons Soft As Down Microfibre Duvet
    Synthetic fill that feels like down

    Starting at £61.00

  8. Memory Foam Mattress Topper
    Relieve pressure whilst you sleep

    Starting at £85.00

  9. 90% Hungarian Goose Down Duvet
    Recharge with our best-selling Hungarian

    Starting at £90.00

  10. All Seasons New Zealand Wool Duvet
    Cool in summer, warm in winter

    Starting at £120.40

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What is the warmest tog duvet?

The highest tog duvet we sell is an 18 tog. If you were looking to create a warmer duvet, mix and match different togs with our cuff-link, tie or button systems.

Does the temperature outside impact my choice of tog?

The outside temperature is less relevant to your choice of tog than the temperature of your bedroom.

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How to ‘Wrap Up’ Warm

Struggling to keep warm? Don’t just lay there shivering – ‘Wrap up!’ and read our ‘Soak&Sleep – top tips’ for keeping nice and toasty.

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Made in Hungary - The Story Behind our Luxury Range

Naturally large, super-insulative down clusters provide a luxury light feeling duvet - Available in variety of togs, this range boast super warmth.

Shop Warmer Duvet Togs

Layer Up

Chilly toes? Being too cold in bed is no fun and can seriously affect your ability to get a good night's sleep. But get some good advice and excellent bedding and you'll stand a better chance of staying warm and getting a good night's sleep.

Feeling cold in bed can have many causes. Perhaps your duvet tog is too low or you live in a draughty house. Some medical conditions can cause you to feel the cold and so can some medications. Women feel the cold more than men due to their higher core temperature. Many a woman shivers her way to sleep while her male partner claims he's too hot! Women may also find they're especially chilly at certain times of their cycle - hormones can affect the way women feel the cold.

Fortunately there's plenty of hope for people who feel too cold at night. You could switch to a warmer tog duvet or create a tailored duvet by joining several duvets together. Investing in an insulative mattress topper can also help by trapping warm air beneath your body as you snuggle up. Hollowfibre and down-rich duvets, toppers and pillows are very insulative and a great way of staying warm at night. You could also invest in bedding that will help you feel warmer; our French Linen bedding has excellent temperature-regulating properties and feels very cosy on chilly nights. Remember that a woollen blanket or bedspread is a great way to add extra warmth if you feel the cold. And for the ultimate touch of luxury and warmth, you can't beat a pair of cashmere bedsocks - bliss!

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