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Getting comfortable with new bedding from The Fine Bedding Company

AD| When was the last time you treated yourself to some new bedding? It’s probably been about 4 years since we got a new pillow…

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AD| When was the last time you treated yourself to some new bedding? It’s probably been about 4 years since we got a new pillow and a duvet set! I just got a lovely new set from The Fine Bedding Company and I’m excited to show it to you!

I think we can all be guilty of not putting too much emphasis on pillows and duvets. We tend to think more about the duvert cover and how it looks aesthetically. But it’s what’s inside that counts.

About The Fine Bedding Company

The Fine Bedding Company started in 1912 as a small family business that supplied bedding to ships and cruise liners. Now, it focuses on creating stunning luxury bedding. They have a purpose built factory in Estonia so are fully in control of their manufacturing processes and implement sustainably responsible practices.

Some of the sustainable practices include responsible sourcing, using sustainable materials and reducing the environmental footprint from their operations to bring you duverts with a 19% lower carbon foot print than the industry standard.

They are the first filled bedding company in the UK to carry the prestigious Downpass seal, certifying that the products are:

  • guaranteed quality
  • tested to meet their claims
  • responsibly and ethically sourced
  • incurred no live plucking
  • are by-products of the food industry, much like leather and wool
  • fully traceable.

Spundown Duvet

First up is the Spundown Duvet. I picked 10.5 tog and it’s the perfect winter duvet for me. It does go up to 13.5 tog but that’s a bit too thick for my liking.

This is the first ‘truely washable’ duvet that can be washed in a domestic machine. It can washed up to 20 times at 60 degrees (the temperature that will kill just mites) without losing it’s shape or performance. This is fantastic as it means you can have this duvet for many years and reduce the need to replace it – which saves on money and also reduces waste.

The duvet feels so thick and comfortable, it’s the perfect way to snuggle up during the colder months. It’s warm and comfortable.

the fine bedding company pillows

Spundown pillows

I also got these two spundown medium support pillows. Again, these are washable at home, always returning to shape after washing. These pillows are so comfortable. They are plump and very supportive. I love thick pillows like these that keep a shape while still being soft!

It’s covered with 100% sustainably sourced BCI cotton cover to give that extra layer of luxury. I really love the sustainability factor. I’ve been trying so hard to only buy and support businesses with a clear plan on sustainability and ethical sourcing. The Fine Bedding Comany has both of these on their website.

I love sleeping with this new set, it feels so much nicer than my previous duvet and pillows (they were quality products but just a bit old now!).

Leo approves…

Getting comfortable with new bedding from The Fine Bedding Company

Leo loves the new bedding too! As we bedshare, we have to make sure he’s happy with the bedding as well. He even did a few claps for approval!

Getting comfortable with new bedding from The Fine Bedding Company

Have you eve heard of The Fine Bedding Company before? I’d love to hear your thoughts.

7 comments

  1. It’s about time that my husband and I replace our bedding. This brand sounds absolutely amazing. I’ll definitely have to look further into it for my own home! Thank you so much for sharing.

  2. These look so comfortable! I read before that we should change our pillows once a year but that does seem a bit too often to me! I love that the Fine Bedding Company’s products are responsibly and ethically sourced.

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