Bring nature to your bedside with our Natural Sleep Range. These fluffy little wonders are made from one, or a combination, of different fillings. There’s duck feather & down, goose feather & down or sheep’s wool. They’re all wonderful, natural ways to stay warm in bed and each of them has a different benefit, depending on what you’re looking for in your filled bedding. Don’t listen to me though, I’m a dog. I’ll get my feathered and fleecy friends to tell you...
The difference between our feathers is that mine are a little bit smaller than Goose’s. This means that it takes a few more of my feathers to fill your quilt than it does with his. Because of this, my quilts are a little bit heavier than Goose’s, but that makes them absolutely perfect for those cold winter nights when you want to get tucked in to your bed and really feel the weight of your quilt around you while you sink into your pillow.
My large, soft and resilient feathers work in a similar way to duck's, but they are superior. My feathers have a much greater fill power. Fill power is the amount of space that one ounce of feathers takes up and with my incredible feather and down clusters, you get even more insulation with much less of the weight. My feathers are durable, last longer and are also washable; so you can rest safe knowing that you're not just buying bedding, you're making an investment in your sleep.
Having a duvet or pillow stuffed with my wool gives you more than just a night's sleep. My wool has some brilliant qualities such as being an incredible thermal regulator, it keeps you warm when it's cold and cool when it's hot! We don't get dust mites because they hate wool, we're not too keen on them either really. We're resistant to mildew (good job really) and have a natural "wicking" process, which means that our wool draws moisture away from your skin and this helps to keep you warm.