Wool beds and bedding are durable and also offer many health benefits, proven to help you sleep better and longer.
Wool has natural insulating and breathable properties that help to keep you warm or cool depending on the season. If you suffer from menopause-related night sweats and hot flushes, wool bedding can help you sleep better and longer. Wool fibre breathes naturally, absorbing moisture from the atmosphere, and then releasing it when the atmosphere is drier. So if you experience hot flushes or night sweats whilst sleeping, wool bedding can help to keep you cool by absorbing the moisture, allowing your body to maintain a balanced and even temperature during sleep.
Wool naturally inhibits bacteria, fungus and dust mites, which means it’s a great choice for anyone suffering from allergies or breathing conditions.
Read about the specific benefits of British wool in duvets, pillows, mattresses and mattress toppers and find out how to care for wool bedding. You can also find out more about the science of wool and sleep and how wool bedding can benefit babies.
If you’re experiencing symptoms related to the menopause, our blog explains how you can sleep better with British wool bedding.
Wool’s naturally soft, supportive fibres provide the ideal ‘snuggle’ factor, great for a perfect night’s sleep!
Wool duvets help provide the perfect sleeping environment.
A wool duvet feels light, but insulates very effectively at the same time.
Wool bedding effectively supports individual sleeping environments
because it regulates temperature so effectively.
Quality wool duvets have superb natural drape, feeling lightweight
across the body, but perfect to snuggle into on colder nights.
Regular airing is all that is required to refresh a wool duvet, although
they can be washed if a deeper clean is needed.
Wool pillows are soft and supportive, breathable and easy to care for.
Wool bedding has been scientifically proven to help you sleep better and longer, offering many health-related benefits across the product range. Wool pillows offer the ultimate in luxurious comfort – soft and supportive, breathable and easy to care for.
British wool is naturally springy and bouncy, which makes it a great fibre for use in pillows.
Wool has the ability to breathe naturally, which helps to regulate your body temperature during sleep.
Wool is a naturally clean fibre, resisting mould, mildew and bacteria and controlling odour through the absorption of moisture…
Licensed British wool bedding manufacturers Devon Duvets offer an innovative folding pillow.
Wool mattress toppers are a flexible and affordable way to add an extra layer of comfort to your bed.
Mattress toppers are designed to extend the life of your mattress, fitting snuggly between your bottom sheet and mattress. Wool mattress toppers are a flexible and affordable way to add an additional layer of comfort to your bed, also helping to lengthen the life of your mattress or even revitalise an old mattress.
Wool is a fibre with the ability to breathe, so it makes a very effective natural temperature regulator, helping to keep you cool when you are warm and vice versa.
A mattress topper with a soft, flexible filling, such as wool, will make a big difference to your comfort level in bed and provides additional support whilst you sleep.
Natural comfort and support offers a perfect night’s sleep
Natural fibres like wool provide a better night’s sleep because they’re soft, springy and naturally breathable, providing comfort, support and also helping to regulate your body temperature naturally.
Studies show that people sleeping with wool beds and bedding have a lower heart rate, less sleep disturbance, and increased duration of beneficial sleep.
Wool is naturally fire-resistant – it’s difficult to ignite and doesn’t melt, drip or give out poisonous fumes like some synthetic materials.