How to Warm up Your Bedroom for Winter | Sleep Hub

Posted by Silentnight on 6th Nov 2020

How to Warm up Your Bedroom for Winter | Sleep Hub

The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting colder.

With the winter months just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to start your search for something that will help keep you warmer. Kiss goodnight to cold feet and bedtime shivers with these winter bedroom essentials.

Winter duvets

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Don’t underestimate duvets. A winter duvet should be top of your list so you can stay comfortable and sleep at the optimum temperature every night. The rule is: as the temperature goes down, your duvet tog goes up. Higher tog duvets are heavier and warmer, trapping in heat and keeping you toasty all night long. 10.5 tog or 13.5 tog duvets are what you’re looking for.

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Bedding and accessories

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Create a warm and cosy sleep haven where you can hibernate until spring arrives. That means shopping for your bed’s winter wardrobe. Swap bright and breezy for cosy comfort, silk sheets for teddy fleece, and lightweight blankets for chunky throws. Keep style, warmth and layering in mind when you’re choosing a new duvet cover set and the all-important accessories for your bed.

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Electric blankets

The secret ingredient for a winter warm night’s sleep. Lay an electric blanket over or under your fitted sheet to get your bed toasty warm before lights out. There are many different types available including ones with different heat settings, overheat protection, ultra-fast heat up and, our favourite, dual control so you can set a different temperature for each side of the bed.

Bedroom decor

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Little changes to warm-up your bedroom decor can make the biggest difference. Treat your feet to warmth in the morning with a cosy rug. Pick moody hues for complete cosiness or whites to create your own winter wonderland. And don’t forget, tis the season for festive scents and crackling wick candles.

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