Winter is on its way! The merciless wind blasts you with cold air, and a shiver snakes down your spine, ushering you indoors. Brr! Now that you’re safely home, what comforts await you? Put on your favorite pajamas, and let this cozy winter bedding envelop you in warmth as it lulls you sweetly to sleep.
Heated bedding gives you control over the warmth of your bed, whether you’re expecting an evening chill or one of winter’s most frigid nights. The Simmons Beautyrest™ Heated Mattress Pad provides you with a toasty foundation, radiating heat upwards for bedtime bliss. This quilted mattress pad has five heat settings and a 10-hour auto shutoff. If you prefer a heated cover, snuggle beneath the knitted microfleece Beautyrest™ Electric Blanket, which has an ultra-soft feel, 20 temperature settings, and a 10-hour automatic shutoff. This bed-ready blanket is available in Twin through King sizes.
Whether you’re updating your own bed or preparing the guest room, a comfy sheet set is a necessity during brutal winter months. Flannel sheets are a cold-weather staple for many bedrooms, providing welcome relief for cold piggies and limbs. Available in a rainbow of colors, the Micro Flannel® Sheet Set is luxuriously soft, colorfast, pill-resistant, and wrinkle-free. Outfitting your deep mattress for the winter ahead? No problem! Made of triple-brushed cotton, the Solid Color Flannel Sheet Set provides toasty warmth while also accommodating mattresses up to 24” deep.
Searching for alternatives to flannel? Nestle in for a night of warmth and sublime comfort with the Soloft Microplush Sheet Set. Thick and cozy, these dreamy sheets banish the wintertime blues with their brushed surfaces and plush fabrication. Another cozy alternative to flannel, the soft and warm Micro Fleece Sheet Set is brushed on both sides with an anti-pill surface on one side.
With this warm winter bedding, you can enjoy a respite from the biting weather and sleep soundly in comfort.
When the first frost ticks its icy fingers against your window this year, you’ll want a cozy hideaway from the chill morning air. Cold weather bedding is the key to complete coziness. It should embody all the warmth of a crackling holiday fire, so you won’t have to scurry off for more layers. It should also, above all, be soft! Who wants to wrap up in a coarse cocoon of scratchy blankets? The world outside might look like a freshly-shaken snowglobe, but cold weather bedding can help keep your bedroom from feeling that way.
The foundation of any cold weather bedding ensemble is a cozy sheet set. Swap your cool, summertime sheets for something more toasty, like brushed, ultrasoft microplush sheets. Available in a variety of colors, the Soloft Microplush Sheet Sets are downy and thick, enveloping your pillows and mattresses in shrouds of irresistible warmth. This luxurious sheet set is made from 230 gsm (grams per square meter) polyester, making it a high-quality addition to your bedroom. The flat microplush sheet will happily accompany you to the coffee maker or breakfast table on those especially brisk mornings.
Blankets are an obvious—but essential!—cold weather commodity. Choose down blankets or electric blankets to lavish atop your sheets. The Timeless Down Blanket is pure cambric cotton and filled with premium white down, the crowning glory to any soft winter sanctuary.
For the chronic “warm spot thief,” an electric blanket might be the better choice. The Beautyrest Electric Blanket is ultrasoft, polyester knitted microfleece with a reverse of solid microfleece. Twenty settings pinpoint your favorite temperature, and a 10-hour automatic shutoff safeguards your bedroom.
The Queen and King Beautyrest electric blankets come equipped with two controllers, ending the age-old feud of too hot versus too cold. Besides being luxuriously warm, heated mattress pads also have this excellent peacemaking feature in sizes Queen and King.
The nights are getting longer and colder, so make your bedding fuller and warmer! Cold weather bedding will transform those frigid nights and icy mornings into warm moments spent curled up in bed.