USE OFFER CODE 'NOPLACELIKEHOME' AND SAVE 20% ON ALL FULL PRICE BEDDING!
(CHECK OUT OUR HALF PRICE LUXURY LINEN TOO)
Your cart is currently empty.
Need some help with sizing? Give us a call. We're available 9am - 5pm, Mon - Fri. 01484 716282
FREE DELIVERY ON ORDERS OVER £50
New BeddingSounds obvious… so why haven’t you changed yours?! Lumpy or flat pillows won’t be giving your head and neck the support that they need. Similarly, old duvets may not keep you as warm as they once did. The length of time you should keep your bedding really boils down to its wear and tear. Once you notice a difference in texture, frays or bobbling, it’s probably time to replace. This will make for a more comfortable sleep and a more hygienic sleep space. Falling back in love with your bed can be easy with the right luxurious Linen Cupboard bedding. However things can get a little bit more challenging when you share your bed with someone else.
Do you cuddle in bed with your partner at night?
Two-thirds of Brits (64%) said they cuddle in bed with their partner every night. 39% of those went on to say they cuddle regularly. Scotland had the cuddliest responders, with just 9% of them saying they don’t do it at all. If you’re not a lover of falling asleep in the arms of your significant other, there’s probably a reason why. Falling asleep tucked into the arms of the one you love may sound romantic—but it isn’t always the path to sweet dreams. Sleeping side by side can yield 50 percent more nighttime disturbances than snoozing solo, making it no wonder that nearly one in four couples sleeps separately.
To spoon or not to spoon that is the Question
There are plenty of benefits to getting touchy-feely under the sheets. Cuddling—whether you’re spooning all night long or just for 10 minutes before turning your backs to each other and drifting off—triggers your body to release chemicals that help you bond with your partner, de-compress after a stressful day, and feel downright blissful. Cuddling in bed can help relieve pain, boosts your immune system, and relieves stress. And here’s the bedtime winner—it can even help you sleep.
Create an Ideal Sleep Environment
Disagreements over bedroom temperature top the list of bed-sharing complaints, but there are ways to make it work. Start with a room that’s not too cold or too warm—between 15 and 19 degrees is ideal. Then, consider making your bed “European style” with a separately-folded duvet on each side of the bed. That way, you won’t be freezing when your partner kicks the blankets off in the middle of the night.
How to Sleep BetterWhether you need help nodding off or just want to be able to sleep all night long, there are a variety of solutions you can try. This includes natural solutions, such as lifestyle changes, and using various aids. Here are ten ways to sleep better at night:
is added to your shopping cart.
is added to your wish list.
Exclusive offers on luxurious bedding in every conceivable size.