Made of the best natural materials ensuring excellent insulation. Designed to provide us with pleasant warmth without the possibility of overheating thanks to its wonderful thermoregulatory properties.
Soft, fluffy and natural filling
The warmest winter duvets
Natural temperature regulation for better sleep.
It's worth noting that not everyone feels the cold to the same extent and that some of us naturally sleep under thinner duvets, even in the colder months. The choice of duvet depends on our personal preferences, the temperature in the sleeping room and, of course, our climate.
Optimum filling weight
One of the most important criteria for dividing duvets is their warmth class. Thermal properties are determined by the weight of the quilt.
Marking the duvet as summer , year-round and winter - taking into account the filling weight, we are able to adjust the duvet to our expectations.
A winter duvet is a duvet with a high warmth factor, it will be suitable during frosty nights due to the optimal weight of non-woven fabric or down. You can choose down and woolen winter duvets, as well as vegan duvets, i.e. completely plant-based, or choose a series of anti-allergic duvets.
Warm and even warmer
On colder nights you'll really feel the difference when you wrap yourself in a winter duvet. With a huge variety of fillings and sizes to choose from, you can be sure that you will find the perfect, cozy winter duvet for your bed. The warmest fillings include:
Breathable, moisture-wicking, hypoallergenic and with excellent temperature regulation, wool can truly transform your sleep. Its unique temperature-regulating properties are irreplaceable.
The warmest wool fibers include camel wool. Their warmth is due to evolution, where in the desert temperatures can be extreme because the days are hot and the nights are frosty, camel hair has evolved to help them survive these rapid changes in temperature. These properties of wool perfectly regulate your body temperature not only in winter but all year round.
Cashmere goats live on the Himalayan plateaus, at altitudes of up to 5,000 meters, and their unique hair is processed into wonderfully light fillings for cashmere duvets. Cashmere fiber is several times warmer than classic wool.
It is a silky, soft and durable fiber that has exceptional thermal properties thanks to microscopic air pockets. These pockets allow the body to breathe while maintaining a constant body temperature. For people sensitive to lanolin, which naturally occurs in sheep's wool, alpaca is a good alternative fiber.
- wool from Merino sheep - Merino
Merino is one of the oldest and largest sheep species, adapted to live in extreme mountain conditions in which an ordinary sheep would not survive. Merino dogs have characteristic circular horns (males) and very thick, thin, long fur that flows in the wind. Just like alpacas do during the day - the natural covering of merino animals protects them against severe frosts in winter, and by breathing in summer it does not lead to overheating. Merino wool is exceptionally soft.
Natural sheep wool was an important raw material thousands of years ago. Our ancestors used sheep fleece to create clothing that protected the body from the cold. Its extraordinary pain-relieving properties were quickly discovered. Today we know that this is due to lanolin, a natural wax produced by the sebaceous glands of animals with wool. Sheep grows new fleeces every year, making wool one of the most sustainable fibers available. The sheep are sheared once or twice a year.
In summary, wool is a wonderful, natural and sustainable fiber, and its specific properties have been proven to help you achieve a more balanced night's sleep. It is also naturally fire-resistant and has a spectrum of health properties. No matter what type of wool you choose, your sleep will be restful because it helps maintain a balanced body temperature.