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Create Your Dream Bedroom With Everything You Need From Spotlight
Do you need to shop for bedding, but do you want to make sure you get the best products for your bedroom? Be sure to read through the bedding guide at Spotlight below, which provides you with more information on bedding shopping! Read on and get the most out of your bedroom essentials.
What Bedding & Bed Linen Can I Get At Spotlight?
- Quilts: Including feather & down quilts, wool quilts and polyester quilts to suit your sleeping preferences.
- Pillows: Your pillow makes a huge difference to your sleep quality, shop latex pillows, feather & down pillows, memory foam pillows and wool pillows to suit your sleeping habits. You can also find European pillows for styling your bed.
- Mattress protectors and Pillow Protectors: Are essential for keeping your bedding fresh and stain free. You can also find great mattress toppers & underlays which are great for adding a layer of comfort and refreshing an old mattress.
- Bed Linen: Discover bed linen for every style and budget from the range at Spotlight. From stylish quilt covers to essential pillowcases and sheet sets.
- Kids' Bedroom Essentials: Shop stylish and practical kids' bedding and kids' bed linen including kids' sheets and kids' quilt covers in fun prints.
Bedroom Supplies FAQs
What is hypoallergenic bedding?
Customers who spend some time looking for their new bedding may have come across something called "hypoallergenic bedding". Hypoallergenic bedding is made from materials that are resistant to allergens - this could be allergens such as dust mites. If you have someone in your household who suffers from severe allergies, hypoallergenic bedding could give them a better night's sleep.
When you choose hypoallergenic bedding for your home, it is extremely important to look at the material bedding is made of. Most people believe that synthetic materials are best, but this is not true. Synthetic materials are usually subjected to all kinds of chemical processes, which could cause problems for people with sensitive skin. Therefore, try to stick to manmade fibres such as cotton and silk. Fortunately, hypoallergenic bedding is usually marked with a hypoallergenic label in stores - this makes it easier for you to find allergen-resistant bedding.
What types of pillows can I get?
Pillows come in different sizes nowadays, so it is important to familiarise yourself with the different types - this includes the standard pillow, square pillow, and European pillow. The reason why the size of your pillow is so important is your matching pillowcases! If you already own a bunch of pillowcases and need some new pillows, make sure that they match the pillowcases you already own. The dimensions of pillows are mentioned on the Spotlight website - this makes it easier for customers to find the perfect fit, regardless of them being familiar with pillow types or not. The same goes for our pillowcases, which enable you to quickly find the best fit for your new pillows.
What bedding materials can I come across?
Bedding can be made from a variety of materials. Each of these materials has its own advantages and disadvantages, so it is always a good idea to be familiar with each of them. Below, you will find a brief overview of materials, which includes their properties and benefits.
- Synthetic Fibres: You will find a lot of bedding that is made from synthetic fibres nowadays. Opposed to materials such as cotton and silk, these materials are man-made. Since synthetic fibres are man-made, they can have some benefits such as colour fastness and durability, but they are less cool than cotton or bedding made from other natural fibres.
- Cotton: One of the most popular options to date for bedding thanks to the numerous benefits associated with cotton bedding. Firstly, cotton is cool and breathable, ensuring that you won't feel too warm or uncomfortable while you sleep. Secondly, cotton does not hold onto smells, which makes it a good solution for anyone who tends to perspire a lot while sleeping.
- Linen & Linen Blend: Customers who always get too warm in their beds should certainly consider linen as a material for their bedding. Linen is more breathable than cotton, keeping you cool when you get too warm. However, the opposite is true too, because linen can also keep you nice and warm in the winter. The only downside? Not everyone likes the feel of linen.
- Silk: Silk is undoubtedly one of the smoothest and most comfortable fibres for bedding. Like cotton and linen, the material is also breathable, meaning it will keep you cool in warmer temperatures. However, silk is more valuable than cotton and linen, which means silk bedding could cost you a little more.
Shop Bedding & Bed Linen For Less at Spotlight
Discover the range of great value bedroom essentials from leading brands including Tontine, Ever Rest, Dunlopillo, KOO and Linen House. Shop online and get your order conveniently home delivered, or head to your nearest Spotlight store and our team will help you find the right bedroom supplies for your needs. Read our bed linen buying guide for more information on choosing the right bed linen, and don't forget to browse our decorate blog for beautiful bedroom inspiration and ideas!