Start with a Mattress from The Bed Shop

 

The winter has arrived, and your bed is the best place to be. But what if you get home after a cold day outside just to find your bed to be the enemy? No matter how many layers of clothing you wear, if the sleep space is cold and hostile, you’ll dread having to go to sleep. The good news is that you can spruce up your sleep space to become the warmest and most inviting space in your house this winter – starting with a mattress from The Bed Shop.

The mattress is very important, as a cold, hard sleep surface is difficult to improve without loads of added protectors and comforters. Fortunately, all the mattresses you’ll find here match the requirements for comfort, and have been designed to create the perfect sleep space. Don’t miss out on the winter sale promotions to get a mattress that’s just right for you.

You can enhance the comfortable mattress even more for a snug and warm resting space following these tips to create the most warmest, cosiest winter sleep space.

Layer for a Comfortable Temperature

Did you know that your room’s temperature affects your sleep? The ideal room temperature ranges between 18°C and 21°C. Fortunately, even if you’re unable to heat up the room, you can do something about the temperature of your bed. Layering with sheets helps to keep the heat in. Apart from the bottom sheet, add two sheets before the comforter and you’ll feel the difference. If it becomes too warm, remove a layer.

Exchange Your Summer Comforter for the Winter One

Don’t go on looks alone when choosing a comforter for your base and mattress set. For the warmer summer months, you’ll want a thinner and lighter comforter. But when winter strikes, choose a comforter with a hollow fibre, wool, or feather inner. These materials are effective in trapping heat, giving you a snug and comfortable sleep space.

Pay Attention to Sheet Materials

If you have to choose between comfort and saving a few cents here and there – choose comfort as a cold sleep space will affect your sleep. Considering that sleep deprivation can cause irritability, concentration problems, and a range of health risks, you’ll want to pay a little more for quality sheets. For the winter, choose sheets with finishes similar to your nightwear. These should be soft and warm to the touch. High-quality twill-cotton-, flannel-, and wool-based sheets offer the warm and inviting plush feeling you need to love your bed during the cooler months.

Invest in an Electric Blanket

Your body heat together with warm bedding and a comfortable, plush mattress should be enough to keep you from discomfort. But sometimes, you want a little more heat. Buy an electric blanket to heat up the sleep space before you get in. Turn it off when you are nestled in between the sheets as the trapped heat will be sufficient to keep you snug and warm for the rest of the night.

Let the Ceiling Fan Go to Work

If the room is already heated through underfloor heating or the heater, you can switch on the ceiling fan to slowly circulate the warm air.

Add a Layer of Warmth with a Throw

A throw blanket does add a touch of elegance to the bedding, but when you’re freezing, you should use it as another layer to protect against cold.

Add a Mattress Protector

Protect your plush mattress with a mattress protector, minimising the risk of spills seeping through to the mattress. The mattress protector can also add a layer of warmth and comfort.

Get More Pillows

Pillows create a snug space for your head. Don’t compromise on quality as you’ll want these to provide adequate neck and head support while preventing the cold from creeping in.

Get Pillow Protectors

The pillow protectors help to prevent spills and debris from entering the pillow inner. With the washable pillow protectors, you create a healthier space for your head, which also adds to your comfort level.

What Next?

Now that you know how to create a warm and inviting bed space, you also know that comfort starts with a mattress from The Bed Shop. Order your bed set and mattress protector now to save with our winter sale discounted prices.