how to give christmas gifts with meaning

This Christmas let us help you give the precious gift of perfect zzz’s. In today’s unprecedently busy world, we don’t think there’s anyone who wouldn’t love a gift that’ll give them a little help drifting off. Far more than a layer to sleep on or under, there’s no denying the transformative effect that beautiful bedding can have on sleep, and in turn on mood and wellbeing. What’s more, it will have your loved ones thinking of you day and night. It’s obviously our favourite gift giving idea!

beautifully simple, lovingly made bedding that’s sure to please

We set out to create bedding that ensured our customers were destined for the best night’s sleep possible. We achieved this by using only the finest hand-picked, organically grown cotton and working tirelessly to find the perfect alchemy for comfort and durability. As our bedding is designed to stand the test of time and keep getting better with age, it’s a gift that will keep on giving and giving.

stress free shopping

Shopping, wrapping, planning. Ah. So. Much. To. Do… Avoid those hectic crowds and strip away choice fatigue by choosing from our streamlined collection online. All without even having to leave your bed! Plus, you can be safe in the knowledge that we offer a 30-day trial and free returns (although we’re sure your gift will be adored—we’ve received SO much love for our bedding).

finishing touches

We’re all aware that a few simple finishing touches can make your gifts extra special and even more personal. Why not show how much you care by adding your own beautifully written note. You could then pop this inside the lovely reusable cotton bags that our bedding comes in, perhaps wishing them the perfect night’s sleep.

all wrapped up

Wrapping anxiety? Take inspiration from these super simple but beautiful ideas that we love.

Wrap your gift with re-usable ribbon or string. Then pop some foliage or herbs under the ribbon, whatever you can forage from your outdoor surroundings! (Image 1 by Elisabeth Heier, 2 by Bev Cooks)

We’re a real fan of this zero-waste idea. Furoshiki is the Japanese art of wrapping gifts with fabric that you can use again and again. (Image by Simone LeBlanc)

Why not try this chalkboard paper wrapping idea? Just draw a name on your wrapping! It takes no time at all—depending on how fancy you get, anyway! (Image by Erica Lee)

Remember, we’re always on hand if you have a question or need some advice.

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