Wool is quite the impressive textile and beats its cotton and synthetic counterparts in a variety of ways. What’s more it is a winter essential for your bed to ensure that you keep warm during the unforgiving colder months. A comfortable bed that ensures you sleep peacefully through the cold and unforgiving winter nights, such as those available at bed specialists T4S, is important no matter what time of year. However, a wool duvet is also useful to keep you warm as you sleep throughout these months.
The first frosts are on their way, according to a Daily Mail Report published this month (October, 10th 2011), and homeowners across the country are preparing themselves – and their property – for the big chill. Doing so doesn’t necessarily mean that you need to spend money on expensive heat-generating measures such as a new boiler or cavity wall insulation.
The unique fibre construction of a wool duvet offers a cheap way to keep warm and better still is hypo-allergenic, soft, breathable and moisture-wicking – making it the perfect addition to a bedroom. Wool is also a fantastic insulator and draws moisture away from the body; this moisture then evaporates and releases heat as a result.