End the sweating ...
A duvet made of natural fibres belongs to a natural sleeping place ... during the summer as well as during the winter well climated, dry, cuddly. Wool, camel fluff, cashmere, silk and cotton ... great climate throughout the whole year.
- from 199,00 € If you pay by bank transfer, you will receive a 3% discount and can benefit from further discounts.
Autumn - / winter blanket
The duvet duo consists of two blankets, two light blankets sewn together at the outer edge.Learn More >>
This creates an additional air chamber with the effect...
- from 289,00 € If you pay by bank transfer, you will receive a 3% discount and can benefit from further discounts.
... consisting of a medium weight transitional duvet for average central European weather and a light summer duvet for the warm weeks, with the option to fasten both together for the cold weeks of the year. Learn More >>
Fine bedspreads from the manufactory
We source almost all of our quilts from the Manufaktur Erzstef in the Erzgebirge mountains, which are dedicated to the production of sustainable bedding with a lot of enthusiasm and know-how. In September 2021, we visited Erzstef, gained many impressions and conducted an exclusive interview. To the illustrated Interview ->.
With the great climating effect of fine natural fibres you can leave natural sweating / freezing behind. Which duvet you need is really quite simple.
We need a temperature of 30-35 °C beneath the duvet, i.e. close to the body temperature, so we do not freeze but can sleep peacefully. And it must be dry or (climatising) so we don’t sweat and our skin can breathe. Thus a duvet is required that contains body heat and allow body moisture to pass through.
A natural fiber duvet can do this in an excellent manner and if nocturnal sweating or freezing is your problem, you can soon forget it. And even if that isn't your problem, you will soon find to appreciate the mild climatisation of a natural fibre duvet. Natural fibers can diffuse, so moisture can get through (as opposed to plastic or feathers) and so regulate the air conditioning of your body perfectly. It's that simple.
Our duvets have a higher filling weight than usual and are therefore a little more expensive at first glance (seeing that we don't want to set a comparable price, but rather good sleep).
We work with five first-class and popular materials, that we wrap in fine cloth made of organic cotton and provided with an elaborate body-form-quilting.
Merino wool offers good performance at a reasonable price and is suitable for almost everyone, sufficient for ' newcomers'.
Combined with fluffy stone pine wood flakes the sleeper is additionally provided with the antimicrobial, calming effect of fine stone pine wood, subsequently improving the sleeping quality (we offer this exclusive variant in certain sizes and for duo and transitional duvets only).
Camel fluff is finer in the fiber, therefore denser and keeps the heat better; first choice for those needing heat.
Cashmere is even finer in fiber and therefore denser at the same weight, bulky and considered lighter , the noblest and climatically probably the best fiber.
Silk has a very smooth texture and helping to dissipate heat, so it is rather slighty cooling, perfect as a summer blanket.
Cotton diffuses perfectly and is anti-static, ideal for allergy sensitive people, feels a little heavier, requires a sunbath for a new freshness.
Very practical is the 4-season combination, consisting of a moderate transition duvet for Central European average weather and a light summer blanket for the warm weeks, with the option to link both together for the cold weeks of the year.
People who like it particularly warm are advised the use of a duo duvet for the transition, as well as a light blanket for the summer. Or the light blanket as extra for the winter. It is advised not to link the two duvets, but put the light one only above. This is more practical because you can a) change it easier and b) it is not pleasant when the duvets are compressed within the cover. Here is a general recommendation from practice: Put the heavier blanket in the duvet cover, throw the lighter one (open or in a separate duvet cover) over it (or take it off again, depending on weather conditions).
Men sometimes have a heat problem, so they should not sleep under synthetic blankets nor feathers. Most find a moderate merino duvet enough.
If you are (getting) sensitive to coldness (with rising age), take camel fluff or a duo duvet.
Beginners should start with a transition blanket (Merino) and for the summer with a lighter Merino.
Women often have a problem with coldness and are therefore in good hands beneath a duo duvet (camel fluff or Merino) or a 4-season combination.
Plastic duvets are not recommended due to the electrostatic charge.
Beginners should start the summer with a transition blanket Merino and as winter approaches, change to a duo duvet.
Natural hair duvets simply need air and sun. Give them enough oxygen (in the summer time put it outside once in a while), they last for many years even without washing. The duvet washing is a ' founded achievement' for poly-duvets that have no self-cleaning capacity and therefore may not function hygienically.
All duvets like an air-bath, but cotton duvets additionally require an occasional sun-bath.
Heat / cold will be best regulated with the matching bedding.
Cotton satin due to its smooth fiber structure has a good heat transfer and thus a cooling effect; the finer it is twisted the more intense. It is therefore suitable mainly for the summer.
In winter, linen is required that does not deviate heat but holds it: Beaver is perfect or even Jersey (less intensive).
Also, the molleton saver (like beavers) is more pleasant in winter than in summer and can then be used as sheeting.
Quality: All our duvets are fitted with a cotton cloth in organic quality (controlled organic cultivation)
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