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How to Have Warm Bedding This Winter

How to Have Warm Bedding This Winter

It’s that time of year again when the weather is cold, and after coming home from a long day at work, all you want to do is crawl into your bed and warm up.

But, there’s nothing worse than hopping into a cold, messy bed. That’s why it’s essential to choose warm bedding made of the right materials so you can feel snug and toasty warm.

The great news is that with the right help and guidance, it’s easy to warm up your bed. Snuggling in a comforting and cozy bed makes for a lovely warm feeling, especially during the chilly winter months. If you’re looking for a way to stay warm this winter, we’re here to help with our handy guide.

Keep reading to learn how to choose the best warm bedding to stay snug.

Create Layers

If you’re wondering how to have a warm bed this winter, consider creating layers. Have you ever noticed that luxury hotel beds always seem warmer and cozier than any other bed?

The secret is layering. Hotel rooms are usually colder than your bedroom, yet when you snuggle up in bed, you often feel instantly warm and comfortable.

You may or may not have noticed, but many luxury hotels use around three layers of sheets in a bed. We recommend using three sheets, using two top sheets, and then a warm comforter.

Here at Nest, we have plenty of cozy comforters to keep you warm and comfortable. Made from natural and organic materials including wool and cotton, our sustainable comforters are excellent for helping the planet.

Give this layering technique a go, and you’ll feel snug as a bug this winter.

Try Heated Bedding

For the ultimate winter bedding, try heated blankets. After all, sometimes there aren’t enough sheets, comforters, and blankets you can use to become as super toasty as you’d like.

Heated bedding will warm you up as soon as you crawl into bed. Most people can warm up using their body heat, but not everyone can. For those who can’t, explore the options of heated bedding.

All you need to do is plug in your heated blanket, and voila, you’ve got instant warmth. When you’re ready to snuggle up in bed, try switching the blanket on before you hit the sack. That way, your bed is pre-warmed and prepared for you.

Consider the Circumstances

When you choose bedding for winter, consider the climate and the user. Adults tend to prefer heavier quilts and comforters. But if you’re buying winter bedding for a child, remember that many are more comfortable with lightweight options.

Plus, if you’re purchasing a quilt for a child, consider that you may end up dealing with spills and other messes.

It also pays to consider the climate too. How cold does it get during the winter where you live?

Are you seeking bedding for freezing nights, or do you need to deal with cold weather? Do you need sheets that are season-specific or options that are suitable for all types of weather?

Choose the Right Materials

When you choose winter bedding, consider what you’re looking for when selecting new sheets. If you’re looking for cheap options, it’s no wonder that your bed isn’t as warm as you’d like it to be.

There’s a big difference in comfort when you compare high-quality sheets and ones that are less expensive but of lower quality. Consider making your bed with comfy Egyptian cotton sheets, and you’ll never want to leave during those chilly, blustery months.

Whether you usually sleep hot or cold, always choose breathable bedding materials for better and more comfortable sleep. The fabrics often used for comforters each have their advantages and disadvantages.

Wool material is renowned for its excellent thermal regulation. It also helps release and evaporates additional heat and moisture consistently, keeping you warm, toasty, and dry while you sleep.

Blankets made from wool come in various weights, which means you can choose a thinner or thicker option depending on your preferences and location. Remember to store your wool blanket properly during the times you don’t need it, such as in the summer months.

While a high-quality wool comforter or quilt can be expensive, it’s often worth the investment for a warm and comfortable sleep during the winter months.

For those who are budget conscious or have sensitivities to animal-derived materials, synthetic bed sheets are an excellent choice. Materials like Lyocell and Tencel are breathable and hypoallergenic. However, it’s essential to know that they both deliver less warmth for their weight.

Therefore, synthetic bed linens are most appropriate for people with a moderate body temperature at night.

Choosing Warm Bedding This Winter

Here at Nest Bedding, we understand how essential a comfortable night’s sleep is, especially during the winter months. That’s why it’s so important to choose suitable warm bedding.

For every hour of decent sleep lost, our daytime productivity reduces. A considerable part of a great night’s sleep is the comfort of your bed and your sheets. After all, how can you sleep well if you’re not comfortable?

If you’re looking for new, luxury bedding to keep warm this winter, we can help. From natural and organic cozy comforters to luxury linen sheets and duvet covers, we have a huge range available to keep you snug and warm.

Please have a look at our vast collection of bedding here.