Bedding Size Guide
Enjoy a comfortable night’s sleep with our guide to choosing
the perfect bed linen, duvet and pillow
A great value range that’s machine washable and available in over 20 different colours.
Cool and comfortable bedding made from a soft-cotton blend and moisture-absorbing Tencel fabric.
A super soft range that keeps you warm, produced in a way that helps reduce the impact on the environment.
Our bed linen is available in the following sizes.
Natural fillings, such as soft cotton, down and feathers, wrap around the body keeping you cosy and allowing your skin to breathe.
Duvets with Synthetic fillings are ideal for anyone who is looking for a non-allergenic duvet.
Both are machine washable and easy to care for.
Tog ratings range from low to high - the higher the tog rating, the warmer the duvet.
3 TO 7.5 TOG
Use during the warmer summer months or in warmer climates.
9 TO 10.5 TOG
Use during spring and autumn or year-round in a centrally heated home.
13.5 TOG AND ABOVE
Use during cooler months or if you prefer a warm duvet
Our duvets are available in the following sizes:
Your pillow should support your head so your neck stays straight and your back is in its most natural position.
If you sleep on your side, choose a firm pillow to support your head and neck.
If you sleep on your back or front, choose a soft pillow to gently support your head and neck.
If you have broad shoulders, go for two pillows, firmer on the bottom and softer on top.
Down and feather pillows mould to the head and shoulders. Our duck and down feather pillows come in both medium and firm support options.
Synthetic fillings are non-allergenic and machine washable, so they’re easy to care for. Our synthetic pillows come in both medium and firm support options.
These are ideal if you suffer from neck or back problems as they are specially formulated for superior support.
In the UK, pillows are rectangular. All our pillowcases match this shape.
Our non-allergenic pillows protect against dust mite allergens wash after wash and are endorsed by the British Allergy Foundation.