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Improve air quality and comfort in your bedroom

When creating a bedroom where you can feel regenerated every morning, breathing clean air is vital. Add refreshing greenery, a comfortable bed and soft textiles to that, and your bedroom might become your happy place.

A bedroom with plants, a red lamp, a gray HAUGA upholstered bed frame, a blue and white quilt cover, and a sleeping woman.
A bedroom with plants, a red lamp, a gray HAUGA upholstered bed frame, a blue and white quilt cover, and a sleeping woman.

Get better air at home

The GUNRID curtain doesn’t only look good – it’s also an air purifier that improves the indoor climate. How it works? The curtain is treated with a mineral-based coating that reacts to natural light and breaks down air pollutants. It’s a new and simple way to clean the air in your home, without using electrics or complex filter systems.

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A pillow made for you

Go for a high pillow if you’re a side or back sleeper, choose a low one if you sleep on your stomach – the main thing is that your head and neck get the right support. The feathers/down filling of the LUNDTRAV pillow allow air to circulate, making sure the temperature stays even.

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Get cozy with textiles

Textiles give you the chance to decorate and re-decorate as often as you like without touching a paintbrush. By mixing and matching colors, patterns and textures, it’s easy to create your dream haven.

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Enjoy your bed more

Are you a bedtime reader? A breakfast in bed lover? A today-I’ll-work-from-the-bed kind of person? Without a doubt, all of that will be comfier when you lean back against a soft upholstered headboard and add just the right number of cushions.

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Creating calm

All textiles absorb sound, and especially rugs contribute to a calmer atmosphere. The thick, flat-woven RESENSTAD wool rug adds warmth to every space. It’s handmade by skilled craftspeople in India and Bangladesh, meaning that no two rugs are identical.

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