We're so convinced you'll fall in love with our organic wool bedding that we encourage you to try it out in the comfort of your own home for 30 consecutive nights. If you're not completely satisfied, for any reason, you can return it free and receive a full refund.

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    Natural, organic wool bedding may well be the perfect answer for anyone looking for a natural, chemical free sleeping environment. This is because Urban Wool bedding is naturally hypoallergenic and dust mite resistant. The unique structure of wool fibre prevents mould, mildew and bacteria forming resulting in an hygienic sleeping environment which is safe for all the family.

    Why not join the thousands of satisfied customers who are already benefiting from sleeping on top of a deep-filled, organic wool mattress topper, under one of our luxurious wool duvets or nestling in to a comfortable and supportive hand-made, organic wool pillow luxuriously wrapped in a removable, washable quilted pillow protector. 

    Conde Nast Magazines
    Urban Wool mattress toppers and organic wool bedding featured by Country Homes and Interiors magazine 2018
    House and Garden magazine feature on Urban Wool pillows and organic bedding
    Homes and antiques wool duvets and wool bedding feature
    Wool bedding featured in Country Living magazine.
    Luxurious Urban Wool duvet found in Tatler Magazine in spring and summer editions
    Being a menopausal woman in her 50s, I went for the lightweight duvet (300 gm2). I like my bedroom to be cool around 16-18°C, but I also like to be warm. Normally I wouldn’t go above a 4.5 tog duvet in the winter and a 2 tog in the summer, however I was subjected to a 10 tog when I moved in with my partner which as you can imagine I hated.
    Well, the verdict on the wool duvet is excellent – I LOVE IT! I’ve also invested in a mattress topper too, as the one I had had a microfibre filling, which I think was contributory to night sweats.

    Have you ever caught yourself wondering “why do I sleep so much?” Are you worried that you’re getting too much sleep or are you thinking that you sleep too long? You’re not alone.

    Millions of people across the world are in a similar position and find themselves asking questions like “why do I sleep so much?” and “are my sleep patterns normal?”. It can seem like a confusing and daunting situation, but a little knowledge goes a long way as you work toward understand your body and daily habits.

    We often read about the impact of sleep on mental and emotional health. Lack of a good nights sleep is often both a symptom of depression and anxiety in addition to being a contributor. 

    Super supplement to aid sleep and well being?

    This news article I came across from Australia states Magnesium is the latest health supplement we should be taking. I have to admit this is one tip I hear my wife and her yoga pals talking about a lot lately.