Chatsworth Collection Washable Bedding Set - Warm
product code: 0101BUNDLEDELWASHW
Guaranteed Better Sleep or your Money Back on all Bedding Sets!Wool bedding offers great choice and flexibility whilst also providing the practicality of being machine washable. Our Chatsworth Collection range uses wool from Downs Breeds that are hand selected and have full farm provenance. These breeds include Suffolk, Southdown, Hampshire, Oxford and Texel. The outer cover is a 200 thread count organic cotton percale, and the duvet is machine washable.
Feel the DifferenceCompared to other types of common duvet fillings like feather, down, and synthetics you'll notice a difference immediately. All our Chatsworth Collection range of bedding is designed to keep you sleeping for longer at just the right temperature. The unique combination of wool filling and organic cotton cover allow this duvet to manage heat and moisture to effectively reduce humidity throughout the night, bringing you natural healthy sleep.
Truly SustainableWe're completely committed to reducing the impact that plastic is having on our beautiful planet. All our bedding items can be recycled and/or composted at the end of their life, and come lovingly packaged in an iconic part of the Woolroom brand; an all-natural and reusable calico bag.
Double, Kingsize, Superking and Emporor size sets include:
- 1x Warm 11-14 tog Chatsworth Collection Duvet
- 1x Chatsworth Collection Wool Mattress Protector
- 2x Adjustable Chatsworth Collection Wool Ball Pillow.
Warm Duvet (11-14 tog)Our warm duvets are made with 500 grams per sq. metre (11-14 tog) of hand-selected British wool. Designed for the cold months of the year, regular sleepers and those suffering with night sweats. This is because wool has the ability to regulate your temperature by wicking away moisture, thus helping you to stay warm and cosy without overheating.
Chatsworth Collection Mattress ProtectorOur wool mattress protectors are beautifully hand-crafted using 250gsm of hand-selected British wool and a 200 thread count organic cotton - absolutely no synthetics. The British wool layer is securely held in place by quilted stitch pattern, while a deep 35cm organic cotton fitted skirt ensures it's suitable for almost all mattress depths.
Chatsworth Collection Wool Ball PillowOur Chatsworth Collection Wool Pillow are completely adjustable, so you can tailor the depth and firmness to suit your sleeping preference. A convenient tabless zip allows you to open the pillow and add, or take away filling to suit.
The 200tc organic cotton cover is expertly quilted with British wool for added comfort.
Still not Convinced?We offer a 30 Night Sleep Guarantee when you buy a full bedding set, consisting of a duvet, pillow(s) and a mattress protector or topper.
If you're not totally satisfied that it's delivering the benefits of a better night's sleep, we'll honour our 30 Night Sleep Guarantee; Better Sleep or Your Money Back! You can't say fairer than that!
Care InstructionsThis entire bedding set can be machine washed for peace of mind. Simply wash on a wool setting with wool detergent, at 40 degrees and then line dry. It really is that simple. Find out below how we manage to make it so simple and easy for you.
The Home of Machine Washable British Wool BeddingIt is impossible to make a wool product machine washable without using some form of treatment on the fibre. It's complex and requires a lot of skill and knowledge. In fact, it's taken us over a decade to perfect a range that performs flawlessly, without losing any of the quality that customers expect from Woolroom products.
Ordinarily, if you wash wool, the moisture, heat and movement in the machine will cause it to felt. You might get lucky and get away with a single delicate wash, but over time the natural fibres will start damage beyond repair. Our Chatsworth Collection range overcomes this as the British wool we use is bathed in a chlorine solution, which smooths out the natural barbs you find in wool (these are what cause untreated wool to felt).
The solution is then thoroughly rinsed out of the fibre to ensure there is less residual chlorine than you'd find in tap water, and doesn't affect the performance of the fibre whatsoever. Some other brands claim that their wool bedding is machine washable, but unless the wool is treated in this way, it simply cannot withstand the vigorous motion of a washing machine.