When it comes to buying a new quilt or duvet, with so many choices available it is easy to become disheartened and confused. For starters, what is the difference between a quilt and a duvet? What type of quilt should you buy? And, how much should you pay?
As with many purchases, you often get what you pay for and with quilts varying in price from $40 to over $1000, it is important to ask yourself ‘what is my sleep worth?’ Today, sleep is considered as important to good health and wellbeing as exercise and a balanced diet, and armed with this knowledge MiniJumbuk recommend that you buy the best quilt that you can afford.
As Australia’s favourite wool bedding company whose logo is proudly LOVE WOOL, naturally we believe that a wool quilt is the perfect choice. Offering a range of five different warmth levels, MiniJumbuk has a quilt that is ideal for hot or cold sleepers. At MiniJumbuk every product is made with care and attention to detail and our premium quality quilts are handcrafted in South Australia, using Australian wool and soft cotton casings.
So how much is your sleep worth? Spending $365 on your quilt means it will cost you one dollar a night for the first year. Given a good quality quilt will last for several years, great sleep is very affordable. When you choose a MiniJumbuk quilt the initial outlay maybe slightly higher than other quilts but when you weigh up the benefits, a MiniJumbuk quilt wins hands down. Not only are you supporting Australian industry and local jobs, but sleeping with wool offers improved sleep quality with longer, deeper and less interrupted sleep.