The warmer weather is almost here which means temperatures are set to rise and good times are fast approaching! Summer brings barbeques, garden parties and beach days but it can also bring hot, sticky nights which can make it difficult to get a good night’s sleep.
We will soon be swapping our sweaters and scarves for sundresses and sunglasses because summer is officially on the way.
We all know that high quality bedding is something that our beds and sleeping habits can benefit from. However, budgetary constraints don’t always make this possible leading some people to buy cheaper, lower quality bed linens than they would if price wasn’t an issue.
Despite the fact that many of us spend almost 1/3 of our day in bed, we don’t normally give a lot of thought to our bedding.
Sure we’ll have something to say if it’s uncomfortable or irritating us, but generally, bedding serves its purpose and there are usually no reasons to talk about it.
For the ultimate in comfort and pure relaxation, you can take our word for it that you won’t find a better sleeping partner than a wool quilt.
A comfy, cosy Australian wool quilt plays an important part in ensuring a good night’s sleep for those who snuggle beneath it. However, like all other pieces of bedding, a wool quilt can only last a certain amount of time until it no longer becomes as effective as it once was. There are some signs for you to look out for which will let you know that your quilt needs to be replaced and we’ve set out a few of them here for you:
Sleep plays a vital part in maintaining our health and wellbeing, both physically and mentally. Therefore, it is really important that you choose bedding that promotes good quality, restful sleep. Your quilt is the most important piece of your bedding and, for that reason; you should take extra care when choosing a new one. With so many different types of quilt to look out for, here are some different types of quilts that you can choose from.
If you stop to think about it, your bedroom is where you spend most of your time. With most adults getting an average of eight hours sleep per day, this translates into us spending approximately 1/3 of our day in our bedrooms. To ensure that the time we spend in our bedroom is maximised in terms of comfort, it is important that it is a room of rest and relaxation.
With that said, read on for our advice on how you can turn your bedroom into a real-life sanctuary.