#sleepsustainably – My review of the Eco Duvet

This week, as the temperature really dropped cooler (with a promise of snow at the weekend), seemed like the perfect time to try out my new duvet. I was intrigued as to what sleeping underneath The Eco Duvet by The Fine Bedding Company would be like as I’ve always bought feather duvets and pillows and I have to say I haven’t been disappointed, even on the colder nights.


The Eco Duvet is 100% environmentally friendly with some seriously impressive sustainability credentials. The duvet is made entirely from waste materials, the filling is made from recycled plastic bottles (around 120 go into a 10.5 tog double duvet). The cover is made from 100% recycled materials too, whilst being hypoallergenic and breathable. Even the packaging for The Eco Duvet is 100% recycled cardboard and plastic. I’m literally blown away by this brands dedication to creating a truly sustainable product from start to finish…that reminds me, the factory producing the duvet is powered by 100% renewable energy!

When it comes to a product like a duvet it is SO important to get the feel of the fabric right, as important as being eco is we can’t save the planet if we haven’t had a good nights sleep. Having slept under the duvet I can honestly say I slept as well (if not better) than under my natural feather ones of the past. It kept it’s temperature well (no waking up freezing or sweating) and is really soft to touch, making it feel just as luxurious as the duvets I’d normally use.

Now if you’re like me (which I know you are) you’ll be thinking ‘this sounds expensive’…you’ll be happy to know it isn’t! They’re a standard mid-range price with a single being £45. You can read more about The Eco Duvet and order here.

N.B – This post was written in collaboration with The Fine Bedding Company.



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Natalie Lockwood Interiors has been showcased at Grand Designs Live and Ideal Home Show as well as being featured in national newspapers and magazines.