With Christmas fast approaching (where does December go?), it’s probably time to start thinking about how to prepare your guest bedroom for the arrival of your Christmas guests. For many, guest bedrooms are only used a handful of times a year. If your guest bedroom is anything like mine, it’s probably being used to store […]
We are becoming increasingly conscious that we need our clothes and other textiles such as bed linen to last longer, so knowing how to care for your bedding is key to achieving this. Whilst our organic cotton bed linen is designed to feel better with age, it is still important to properly care for your […]
Britain is set to see the hottest temperatures of the year so far with temperatures of at least 30C expected later this week as the Saharan Bubble heatwave hits. We complain when it’s too cold, and we complain when it’s too hot. Personally, I think heat is harder to bear, as it is more challenging to cool yourself down than it is to heat yourself up.
Sleep. We all do it, and it’s something some of us do better than others. A good night’s sleep is important for your health and well-being. When we don’t sleep well, it can contribute to a range of problems including depression and anxiety. It’s even been linked to weight gain. Yet it’s something many of us struggle with. Fortunately, simple steps can be taken, which will increase your chances of getting a good night’s sleep.
As we move from spring towards the summer, the warmer nights can take their toll on your quality of sleep. If you have noticed this, it is time to get your bed summer ready. If you have not yet suffered this, it’s likely you soon will as the days and nights get warmer.
Here are 4 easy ways to get your bed summer ready and ensure you have a great night’s sleep in the warmer months ahead.
Would you consider your guest bedroom to be luxurious? Is it as cosy and as well thought out as your master bedroom? Most will answer “probably not.” With Christmas Eve just two weeks away now (eek – how did that happen?), it is probably time to start thinking about how to prepare your guest bedroom for the arrival of Christmas guests. Or perhaps not, if this is part of a cunning plan to ensure you have no visitors next Christmas!
Sitting in front of a crackling fire on a cold winter’s evening spells pure relaxation and cosy comfort. The days get shorter and shorter, the hours before bedtime seem to stretch out, and it becomes increasingly more difficult to get out of bed on the dark, cold mornings.