When it comes to your bed, there’s really only one thing that matters – comfort. That’s why all of our bed linen is super soft and cozy to give you a better night’s sleep. And a lot is made from environmental-friendly materials like Better Cotton and lyocell, so it’s better for the planet, too.
Bed linens for every season
Your bed linen can be a statement about who you are and what you like. Colors, patterns, design and even the fabric tells a tale of your taste. But except the esthetical part, bed linen and bedspreads are really all about comfort. How do they feel against your skin? Do they help you maintain an even body temperature at night?
Bedlinen in the right material
You spend roughly one third of your life sleeping. Which also means you spend roughly one third of your life wrapped up in bed linen. That’s why we make sure all our bedspreads and bed linen are made from quality materials that will feel soft against your skin and help you maintain an even body temperature at night.
All materials we use for our bedding sets breathe well, allow good ventilation and absorb moisture – all to keep you comfortable through the night.
Sustainable and environmentally friendly materials
Not only is all our bed linen soft and well ventilated, some are also extra friendly towards the environment. We have a wide selection of bedspreads made of materials from sustainable sources. That means you can make a conscious choice about what kind of impact you want to have on the planet. And again, you can use your bed linen to make a statement about who you are and what you value. The conscious choice will hopefully help you sleep even better, both physically and mentally.
Don’t forget the sheets
We also have a wide selection of bed sheets in different colors and materials to go with your duvet covers and pillowcases. Some of our sheets are fitted with an elastic edging that goes around the edges of your mattress. This helps keep your sheet in place even if you tend to toss and turn at night. It also helps keeps the sheet less wrinkled since it’s held stretched by its elastic edges.