Our quilts come in different warmth rates. From 1, which is coolest, to 6, which is warmest. We also have an all-season quilt - two quilts with different warmth rates that you can use on their own or together. So start by thinking about whether you feel cold or warm when you sleep.
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Within each warmth rating there are different filling materials - synthetic, cellulose and down/feathers, each with its own benefits. For children, it’s best to choose a quilt that’s cool, breathes well and is easy to wash. Quilts for babies you will find at Children’s IKEA.
Do you usually wake up boiling hot with your quilt at the bottom of the bed? In that case choose a quilt with warmth rating 1 or 2. If you like to get up in a warm bedroom, or are looking for thin cool summer quilts, these are also ideal.
Warm, warmth rating 3-4
If you tend to feel a bit chilly, but get too hot under a thick quilt, you should choose from this category. Warmth rating 3 or 4 is also ideal if you like sleeping in a room that’s neither too cold nor too hot, but is instead just right.
Extra warm, warmth rating 5-6
Do you pull your quilt right up over your head but still shiver? If so, a quilt with a warmth rating of 5 or 6 is a good choice. These quilts are also perfect if you like to snuggle down under a warm quilt in a cool bedroom - or need an extra thick quilt to keep you warm in the winter.
Four-season quilt, warmth rating 1+3
How about a quilt that you can make warmer when you’re cold and cooler when you’re hot? And that suits all seasons? Warmth rating 1+3 consists of a cool thin summer quilt and a slightly thicker one. They are easy to attach to each other, giving you an extra warm and thick quilt for winter nights.
Down & feather
Down and feathers are good at absorbing and transporting moisture away from your body. They also retain heat, so you
stay warm and dry. Down makes the quilt warm and fluffy, while
feathers create resilience.
Because they can be washed often, our synthetic quilts are
very easy to care for. They also last a long time. The fibres allow
air to circulate and retain heat in the quilt.
Some of our synthetic quilts also contain modal, which is a cellulose fibre derived from wood. These fibres are very breathable and effective in absorbing and wicking away moisture. The combination of cellulose and synthetic fibres gives you a quilt that’s
fluffy, easy to care for and keeps you
warm and dry.