Which quilt is best for all seasons?
A feather quilt will keep you warm throughout the night without you feeling overheated. This means your feather quilt will provide a comfortable, healthy and restful sleep throughout the seasons. Feather quilts are also suitable for those who suffer from allergies.
Should I get an all season duvet?
If you want flexibility and versatility, all-season duvets are a great choice. They consist of two separate duvets, usually a lightweight 4.5 tog for summer and a warmer 9 tog for autumn and spring. They connect together to make a 13.5 tog in winter.
What is a 4 season duvet?
This 4-seasons duvet includes 2 parts: a summer part, heat class 4, filling weight 150gr/m2 and an autumn part, heat class 2, filling weight 280gr/m2. Both parts can be fastened to one another with press studs, creating one thick duvet, total 430 gr/m2, heat class 1.
Is 13.5 Tog warm enough for winter?
A 13.5 tog winter duvet is perfect for the colder months, depending on how low the temperature drops in your bedroom overnight. Ideally you should try to keep your bedroom heated to between 18 and 21 degrees overnight but, if your home gets colder, then you could even go all the way up to 15 tog.
What is an all year round duvet tog?
10.5 tog duvets are a good bet as a duvet for most of the year. The most common duvet tog you’ll find is the 10.5 tog duvet – these should be warm enough all year-round if you’ve got a centrally heated house. If it gets a bit cold in the chilliest winter months, you can always throw a blanket over the end of the bed.