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WIN a Naturalmat wool duvet & pillow collection worth £225!

PUBLISHED: 16:40 13 July 2018 | UPDATED: 09:33 18 July 2018



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We’ve teamed up with Naturalmat to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a duvet and pillow collection worth £225

Naturalmat organic wool duvets and pillows are something special.

Handmade here in our Devon workshops and something of a change from traditional plump duvets and pillows, they have a much lower profile and are simply amazing at regulating temperature, trapping heat when you need it and dispersing it when you don’t.

They’re also something of a treat for those aesthetes amongst us who crave simple, sleek bedding.

We are offering one lucky winner the chance to win a Wool Duvet & Pillow Collection worth £225. The collection includes one 300g summer weight wool duvet in super king size and two standard size wool pillows. Made using a cotton cambric case, the pillows and duvet are filled with generous helpings of British organic lambswool and deliver comfort in spades.


Naturalmat are proud to stamp ‘made by hand in Devon’ on their products. Originating in the marine industry, Founders Mark and Peter both sail and hated the synthetic mattresses found on most yachts. Discovering that natural fibres make the best mattresses as they are inherently self-ventilating, they designed a range for boats.

When Mark’s wife became pregnant, they realised most baby mattresses were made from synthetic material so expanded the range. Today, Naturalmat is an international award-winning business offering a range of mattresses, beds and bedding for babies through to grown ups, all from natural and organic materials. You can visit their showrooms in Topsham, Devon or Chiswick, London.

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The competition closes on August 14

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