Online bed and bath emporium Soak & Sleep works with a global network of factories and craftsmen to design ultra-fine products with a special promise: competitive pricing (both on and offline) – even when its wares are exclusive. Price tags are between 20 and 50 per cent more competitive, and if you discover otherwise Soak & Sleep will match it. But rest assured: here, good value does not mean compromising on quality.
Snappy guides highlight tips on how to select the ideal duvet filling. Goose inevitably comes out on top for sheer luxe; one to single out includes a duvet stuffed with the finest of feathers from Hutterrite geese in western Canada, available in 4.6 and 9 tog (from £195) and pillows to match (£135). Synthetic hollowfibre (super-warm hollow strands of polyester) or microfibre (finely spun fibres) duvets are recommended for those with allergies, to keep dust-mites at bay. The anti-allergy Superking Microfibre All-Season (£100) is fit to fight against bacteria and eczema-causing allergens with a five-year guarantee.
Pocket-sprung, latex and memory-foam options number among the mattresses commissioned by Soak & Sleep, but the real king of dreams is a cashmere model (from £824) by Hypnos – holders of the Royal Warrant, and featured in hotels owned by Gordon Ramsay and Raymond Blanc – filled with cashmere, and finished with Belgian Damask plus triple hand-stitched edging.
Miscellaneous products mostly fall under the “sleep” category, including toppers, bedspreads, nightwear, and grey or ivory French linen (from £81) or Mulberry silk (from £268) bedlinen bundles – a duvet cover, pillowcases and fitted sheet. The site’s best post-soak essentials range from striped hamman towels (£15) to 100 per cent cotton 800 Supima GSM bath sheets (£25) in a chic spectrum of shades.
Soak & Sleep ships its clickable covetables across Europe – and most UK buyers can take advantage of next-day delivery.