The Bedding Snob

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Design Your Bedroom for Great Sleep



Is your bedroom “sleep-positive”?

Here’s a fun fact: according to the National Institute of Health, we spend more than one-third of our lives sleeping.

That’s a lot of time spent in one room!

But when is the last time you actually considered the interior design of your bedroom? More importantly, when is the last time you considered how the interior design of your bedroom may affect the quality of your sleep?

Design to unwind

When designing a room for the home, one of the most important things to consider is what function that particular room will serve.

Just as you would decorate a guest room to cater towards a visitor traveling from away, it’s important to take into consideration the main reason your own bedroom exists: to fall asleep.

Thankfully, there’s many different aspects of the bedroom that can be adjusted to your liking to insure you get a better night’s rest.

From choosing specific color tones, to selecting certain fabrics, we’ll walk you through some of the key changes you can make to your own bedroom to be more “sleep-positive”.

bedroom2Dream in Blue

Did you know that the color of your bedroom can actually affect the quality of your sleep?

According to, studies have shown that cool colors, especially light blue and green, have been show to improve sleep and even lower blood pressure, as opposed to red, yellow, and other warmer colors.

And that goes for more than wallpaper.

To make your bedroom as sleep-positive as possible, start by choosing colors for your bed that promote sleep, rather than hinder it.

When selecting bedding for your room, make sure to coordinate colors with new matching sheets as well.

sheets1Finding the right temperature

Speaking of sheets, did you know that 100% cotton fabric sheets help promote air-flow and breath ability, to keep you warm without overheating?

Finding the right temperature is crucial to maintaining sleep throughout the night, whether it be during the summer or winter.

According to the National Sleep Foundation, the ideal temperature of your room should be somewhere between 60-67 degrees to keep you snoozing throughout the night.

If you happen to live in a colder climate, consider flannel during the winter months for extra comfort and warmth.

Let there be no light

One of the most important aspects of creating a sleep-positive bedroom, is controlling the amount of light that enters your room.

And that doesn’t just mean natural light. According to the Sleep Foundation, light emitted from electronics such as cell-phones, laptops, televisions and other devices can cause disturbances in sleep as well.

If you’d like to add some atmosphere to your room, try using flame less candles, an ambient night lamp or even an oil diffusing light with lavender for additional relaxation.

featherbedA Quality Mattress Matters

Last but not least, comes the shining star of your bedroom: the mattress.

According to, mattresses should be changed every five to seven years to maximize quality of sleep.

Looking for even more additional comfort?

A featherbed, or quality mattress pad might be just the answer for you.

While you’re making over your bed, be sure to invest in a quality pillow that supports your head and spine as well.

While there’s no cure-all for insomnia, the changes you make to your bedroom will certainly add up in the long run, and by keeping a clean, organized place of living, your mind will naturally feel at ease as well.

But don’t take our word for it, try it yourself, and make your bedroom more “sleep-positive” tonight!

Best Sleep Gifts of 2016


The holiday season is finally upon us!

If you’re searching for the perfect gift for friends and loved ones on your list, we’ve got you covered, because a great night’s sleep is the best gift of all.

From important health benefits, to increased mental power, to financial boosts and more – high quality sleep truly is a gift that keeps on giving.

We compiled a list of some of our coziest comforters, pillows and blankets, along with other great gift-ables for everyone on your list.

700 Fill Power White Goose Down Sateen Pillow


Our 700 Fill Power White Goose Down Sateen Pillow is a customer favorite for good reason – it’s super comfortable! Give the gift of a better night’s rest with a down-filled pillow. Great sleep is a gift they’ll cherish for years to come.


Grazing Sheep Flannel


They can count the sheep on our flannel, or let the comforting warmth of the fabric ease them to sleep. Either way, it’s a gift sure to delight anyone on your list. An added bonus: our Grazing Sheep Flannel is kid approved (big kids included)!


Besa Floral Silk Pajamas & Sleep Mask


Help her block out light and sleep through the night with our luxurious Besa Floral Silk Sleep Mask. Make the gift totally extravagant by adding our matching Besa Silk Pajamas.


Sleep Solutions Pillow


Do you know someone who is experiencing neck pain or other discomfort when they sleep? Consider gifting them with relief and high quality sleep. Our sleep solutions pillows offer a wide range of options for anyone looking for a specific type of cushioned support, no matter the sleep position.


400 Thread Count Sateen Sheets


The key to any good night sleep starts with a comfortable bed! Perfect for anyone on your list, our 400 thread count sateen sheets are luxuriously soft, and guaranteed to keep them snoozing throughout the night. Makes a great gift for the person on your list who “has everything”.


Giesswein Fuzzy Lambswool Slippers


Slippers make fantastic holiday gifts, and our Giesswein Fuzzy Lambswool Slippers take the coziness and comfort of slippers to another level. 100% lambswool and leather soles make our slippers a luxurious gift that’s guaranteed to delight.


Plush Wool Fleece Mattress Pad


Adding a mattress pad to their bed is a surefire way to increase their comfort, and give them great sleep. Our plush wool fleece is a customer favorite, because it’s cushiony-soft and so supportive. This is THE perfect gift for anyone in your life who suffers from arthritis or sore joints.


600 Fill Power White Goose Down Travel Pillow


Do you know someone who is constantly on the go? Upgrade their travel comfort to First-Class status with our luxurious  travel pillow! It’s filled with lofty white goose down and perfect for long trips, whatever their destination may be.

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Down Throw Blanket


Our easily-giftable oversized down throw blankets are soft, warm and available in your choice of 13  colors. Everyone loves to be cozy! Our Down Throw Blanket is a gift you can’t go wrong with.


What is your favorite sleep-related holiday gift? Let us know in the comments!

Find your sleep solution: Sleep Apnea


Here at Cuddledown, we’re determined to help people get a better night’s sleep.

From alleviating neck pain, to finding the right pillow for your sleeping position, we’ve tried to come up with a solution for all of your slumber needs.

However, while some of us may toss and turn in the night, for others, difficulty sleeping can be related to a serious medical condition.

According to the National Sleep Foundation, an estimated 18 million American adults have some form of Sleep Apnea, a disorder characterized by frequent pauses in breathing for 10 seconds or longer during sleep.

Left untreated, the disorder can lead to serious problems such as hypertension, heart disease and mood and memory problems.

While many people with Sleep Apnea are forced to install a CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) machine to help keep the airway open to their lungs, we wondered if there were other bedding products that may also help to relieve symptoms.

Thankfully, you responded to our sleep solutions bedding, and let us know which pillows, mattress toppers and other bedding materials worked best.

Check out some of the reviews below, and let us know which bedding works best for you.

For those with Sleep Apnea, and Acid Reflux, one of the main things to consider when selecting bedding to help manage and alleviate symptoms, is proper elevation.

Our Solutions Foam Mattress Topper is specially designed to raise the angle at which you sleep, all the while providing cushioned comfort throughout the night.

To make sure that your sheets fit properly, we recommend our 18″ or 21″ Deep Pocket Fitted Sheets.

According to a customer from Tappahanock, VA the mattress topper helps relieve her allergy, sinus and sleep apnea symptoms.

matvert1Another customer from Virginia also agrees that the mattress topper improves snoring from sleep apnea.


For additional support, it is suggested that people with Sleep Apnea situate themselves in an upright position to promote airflow to the lungs.

To help keep your head properly aligned and comfortable throughout the night, our Synthetic Fill Contour Cradle Gussetted Pillow is specifically designed for a soft, yet supportive feel.

According to a customer from Wellsboro, PA our Synthetic Fill Contour Cradle Gussetted Pillow is “like sleeping on a cloud!”


Do you have any tips for relieving Sleep Apnea? Let us know in the comments below!

The Fascinating History of Flannel

When it comes to fall fashion, there are few symbols of American culture that are as synonymous with the changing seasons as plaid flannel.

Known for its distinctive pattern, the once utilitarian clothing designed for comfort and warmth has since become a ubiquitous fashion icon, creating a trend that continues to live on to this day.

But where did it all begin? From lumberjacks, to rock musicians, and everyone in between, let’s take a closer look at the history of flannel, one thread at a time.

Grazing Sheep German FlannelWhen Life Gives You Sheep, Make Flannel

Like most advancements in society, the need for flannel arose out of necessity. Faced with a chilling winter, and an over-abundance of sheep, the material was first crafted by the Welsh in the 17th century as a means to stay warm in an increasingly harsh climate.

The fabric, which was uniquely brushed on both sides, was a hit, and slowly made its way across Europe during the Industrial Revolution, as “carding” mills were able to produce the fabric cheaply and efficiently. Soon enough, the new fabric gained notoriety, and was named “flanelle” in France, and “flannell” in Germany.

As time passed, flannel slowly made its way to American shores, and in 1889, shortly after the civil war introduced the material to soldiers, Hamilton Carhartt built a factory in Detroit, MI to outfit the working man across the country with the new material.

It wouldn’t take long before the fabric’s signature plaid look was cemented in the public consciousness when the fictitious character Paul Bunyon was created in 1916 by the Red River Lumber Company, inspiring lumberjack everywhere to don the classic red-flannel look.

Let’s talk about plaid

As a quick aside, it should be noted that “plaid” and “flannel” are not interchangeable, despite their common pairing in the fashion industry. In short, “plaid” is a specific print (with its own unique history), and “flannel” is a fabric that can feature any number of prints. Moving on!

Lachlan Flannel BeddingFlannel continued to weave itself into the fabric of our society throughout the remainder of the century, as the distinctive material was placed at the forefront of significant events in pop-culture.

In 1956 “The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit” starring Gregory Peck was released, shifting cultural perception of the material from working class to upper class, and prompting businessmen everywhere to adopt the look as standard work attire.

Shortly thereafter, flannel shirts were appropriated by other celebrities in pop culture as well, from the Beach Boys to John Fogerty, as well as the television show “Dukes of Hazard.”

Despite flannel’s relative popularity, no one could have predicted what happened next.

With the release of their album “Nevermind” in 1991, Nirvana launched “grunge” music into mainstream popular culture, and the band’s flannel wearing rock stars sparked a resurgence in the fabric that helped define the look of a generation.

Maisie Plaid Flannel PajamasToday, flannel can be found in many shapes and forms, from bedding to pajamas – even dog blankets!

So next time you’re sporting that famous soft fabric, just remember the rich history of flannel!

To read more about the specific type of flannel Cuddledown uses, check out this article in our resource center!

How to create a cozy guest bedroom


guestroom-1As the leaves begin to change, and the holidays steadily approach, our homes are often opened to friends and family visiting from afar. And what better way to welcome loved ones into the warmth of your home, than with a guest room that is equally stylish and cozy?

To help design the perfect space for your guests, we’ve outlined a plan to create a warm and inviting room from the top down. Check it out!


“Home away from home”

If there’s one thing that’s most important above all else when decorating your guest room, it’s to capture that “home away from home” feeling that’s going to keep your guests both comfortable and cozy during their stay.

To help achieve this, you’re going to need a bed that is both snug and stylish. And what better place to start than with a comforter?

Start off by picking something lightweight and warm, that way your guests will fall asleep soundly and stay cozy throughout the night. For an introductory comforter that is great during the colder months, our 600 Fill Power Sateen Colored Down Comforter will do just the trick.

Incorporate cozy materials and inviting patterns

flannelNothing says Fall quite like flannel, and rightfully so. As the weather begins to drop, your guests are going to need that extra warmth to keep them cozy throughout the night.

Try our Lachlan Plaid Flannel Bedding!

The soft texture of flannel will keep your guests snug, and the plaid color is the perfect accompaniment for the changing scenery outside.

A great pillow goes a long way

You’ve got a long day ahead of you, so your guests are going to need to be in their best shape when they wake up the next morning.

Whether you’re going apple picking, or opening gifts, a good night’s rest is crucial to maintaining energy throughout the day, and nothing affects the quality of one’s sleep more than a pillow.

To help make sure your guests aren’t tossing and turning, choose a pillow that is stuffed with comfortable fluffy down, yet supportive enough to maintain the head and spine, such as our 600 Fill Power White Goose Down Damask Stripe Pillow.

It’s all in the details

serving-traySo you’ve got your bed set up, what next? When designing a guest room, it’s the little things that make the biggest difference, and that sentiment especially rings true when it comes to your guests overall hospitality.

Supplying items like toiletries, water and other refreshments are crucial to making your guest comfortable, and just the thing they’ll never forget when they talk about their time with friends and family.

For added convenience, try adding a tray and ice bucket, such as our Leopard Ice Bucket and Tray to keep drinks cold and ready to serve.

 Creating a cozy, memorable guest room is a wonderful way to show appreciation to your most valued visitors.

What are the best items you’ve seen in a guest room? Leave us a note in the comments and share.

Back to School Bedding Basics

Get ready for college life with Cuddledown

Tired of below-average bedding? Graduate to the next level of comfort with Cuddledown.

This year make sleep a priority, and choose Cuddledown. From mattress pads to comforters and everything in between, you’re sure to find something you and your teen both enjoy, so they can tackle the day head on with a fresh start.

Dorm Room Essentials - Reading PillowSo where do you begin?

Just as breakfast is often considered the most important meal of the day, a comfortable mattress pad may be just the thing to ensure your child gets a quality night’s rest. To relieve stress and ease into a comfortable sleep, try our top-rated Ultimate Comfort Bamboo Mattress Pad. Featuring a silky quilted top made from bamboo blend fabric, this mattress pad is filled with plush synthetic to provide top of the line comfort.

 And let’s not forget about pillows.

After a long day of hitting the books, your college student will need to give their head a rest, so why not relax in style with our cozy Synthetic Fill Reading Pillow? Fashionable yet functional, this classically stylish pillow will turn heads as your teen turns pages in their textbook.

Dorm Room - Bedding - Mattress ProtectorWorried about pesky marks on your new bedding? Fear not!

Now that your college student is out of the house and on their own, you can rest assured that your new bedding will last until graduation and beyond with our Student Bed Protection Kit. Featuring a mattress encasement, mattress protector and pillow protector, our waterproof protection kit will not only shield against the occasional hazard of dorm life but also keep your child safe from bed bugs and dust mites as well.

College is hard enough as it is – don’t let bedding be a burden for your child, and choose Cuddledown today.

How to sleep better in the summer

Sunny days, outdoor adventures, and beach/poolside relaxing are just a few of the many joys of summer.

Yet, there is one aspect of summer that falls on the “not so pleasant” side of the joy spectrum: hot, humid, sticky summer nights.

700 Fill Power Temperature Regulating Down ComforterWith heightened temperatures and downright oppressive humidity, falling asleep and staying asleep during the summer months can be challenging.

Read on to discover how to beat the heat of hot summer nights and get a great night’s sleep.


You can add better sleep to the ever growing list of benefits of exercising.

According to CNN Health, getting exercise during your day can help you sleep better at night. Just make sure to avoid exercising too close to bedtime, as doing so can sabotage your good night’s sleep.

Aim for fitting at least 30 minutes of exercise into your day, with three hours before bedtime being a “no exercise” zone.

Turn your bedroom into a cool, cozy haven

600 Fill Power White Duck Down ComforterOutfit your bed in crisp percale sheets and 100% cotton pillowcases – known for both softness and breathability. You’ll be on your way to a sleep that’s both cool and luxurious.

Top off your bed with a light, summer weight down comforter or airy blanket, and stick to cool, breathable fabric such as cotton and linen.

Batiste and Voile are also great fabric choices for summer, as they both are lightweight and extremely comfortable for warm summer nights.

No central A/C in your home? Help keep your bedroom cool with a fan or air conditioning unit.

Experiment with fan cooling techniques such as cross breeze creation, where you place fans in a manner that creates a “cross breeze” that flows through your bedroom.

Set a new curfew…for screen time and caffeine

To set yourself up for a great night’s sleep, skip coffee or other caffeinated drinks six hours before bedtime, and shut down your Smartphone, tablet, or television at least half an hour before you hit the sack.

Studies indicate that drinking coffee and other caffeinated drinks within 6 hours of bedtime can have a negative impact on how well you sleep.

When it comes to electronics, the blue light spectrum emitted by smartphones, tablets, and television can interrupt your sleep throughout the night – and also make it more difficult to fall asleep in the first place.

For summer sleep success, avoid caffeine and electronics as your bedtime nears.

Wear the right pajamas

Lightweight, breathable pima cotton nightgownPajamas can make or break a comfy night’s sleep in any weather. The general rule of thumb to remember: When it comes to summer pjs, it’s all about loose fit and breathable materials.

Look for loose fitting, lightweight cotton or linen pajamas for your summer slumber attire. Pima cotton nightgowns are an excellent choice for summer sleeping, because pima cotton is extra-soft and extremely lightweight.

For those who prefer pajamas to nightgowns: Sleeveless, sheer cotton capri pjs are a great choice for staying cool and cozy on warm summer nights.

To boost the comfy factor, consider adding a spa mask, that is able to be frozen, to your pajama wear. This can help you cool down on extra hot summer nights.

Invest in smart bedding

Cooling Pillows, pillows for neck pain, pillows for back pain and moreOne definite perk of the 21st century is the availability of clever technology to solve life’s problems. Like many past inconveniences, getting a great night’s sleep during hot summer nights is a problem technology can now solve!

Consider investing in smart bedding solutions such as Temperature Regulating Comforters and Pillows that actually adjust to your ideal sleeping temperature throughout the night.

Our Temperature Regulating Comforters use hi-tech mesh fabric to transport excess warmth away from your body, which prevents perspiration and brings your sleeping temperature back to a comfortable range.

Similarly, our Temperature Regulating Pillows use hi-tech ventilated fabric to transport excess warmth away from you as you sleep. As you change positions during the night, the ventilation feature is enhanced, which creates an increased airflow that keeps you at a comfortable temperature.

Round out your smart summer bedding with our Outlast Temperature Regulating sheets and you’ll be on your way to a blissful summertime sleep.

Block unwanted light out

Keep your blinds and curtains closed during the day to block out hot rays from the sun. Use thick curtains or blinds to maximize the light blocking properties. Blinds and curtains can be opened during the morning hours to help wake up your day.

As previously mentioned, shut off electronics like smartphones and TV at least half an hour before bed, so the lights from these devices won’t throw off your sleep quality.

If your room still let’s a lot of light in during sleeping hours, consider purchasing a sleep mask or eye mask to further block out the light.

Getting great sleep on hot summer nights can be a challenge. Try the tips discussed above to beat the heat, and make this the summer of your best sleep yet.

Do you have additional tips for sleeping well during summer? We invite you to share your best summer sleep tips in the comments!

Easy DIY Holiday Decorations

Ornaments by Grant Hutchinson via Flickr
Ornaments by Grant Hutchinson via Flickr


Whether you’re looking for fun holiday crafts to make with the kids or need last-minute decorations for your Christmas party, these will work!

1. Original Ornaments- Simply remove the topper from a clear ornament and fill it with whatever you like! Some ideas to get you started are ribbon, glitter, tinsel, paint, small candies, small photos or jewelry you no longer wear. You can display the one-of-a-kind ornaments on the tree or showcase them in decorative bowls or garden cloches.

2. Festive Table Settings- If you’re hosting Christmas dinner, make the table more festive by tying each napkin setting in thick ribbon and topping it with a bow. Any bows that you have on hand will work, even the ones with the sticker backing. It’s a great project for the kids to work on before company arrives!

3. Christmas Card Tree- Display your cards by hanging them from a tabletop tree. If you don’t already have a tabletop tree, you can create a wintry one by gathering branches outside and placing them into a vase. Keep the branches in place with small rocks and finish the look by tying the vase with ribbon.

3 ways to turn your guest room into a cozy home away from home

With the holiday season right around the corner, it’s time to spruce up your guest room so guests feel cozy and welcome, but the task doesn’t have to be overwhelming! Follow these three easy steps to help your guests feel home away from home.

1. The bed, of course, is the most important part of any guest room. Update an older mattress or soften a new one with a quality mattress topper. It may not be the most glamorous part of your guest room, but a comfortable bed makes all the difference!

Mattress Topper

2. To fully invoke the feeling of being “home away from home,” think of the little things. Leave a glass or bottle of water on the nightstand, some books or current magazines, an alarm clock and a note with the wifi password.

Nightsand Buddhist by Matt Gibson via Flickr Nightsand Buddhist by Matt Gibson via Flickr

3. As people have different sleeping temperatures, make your guests more comfortable with a plush throw and a small fan if the room doesn’t already have one. That way, both hot and cold sleepers can rest peacefully.

UGG Duffield Throw


Fall weather essentials

With fall’s cooler nights, it’s time to swap out your light summer bedding for warmer, cozier comfort. And with our tips, you’ll be ready for those chilly nights in no time!

Warm Cotton Blanket

Flannel is always a great option for warm sheeting, but if you prefer the silkier feel of sateen, try our new Warm Cotton Bedding. Super soft and cozy, our Warm Cotton sheets and blanket are not only 10% warmer than conventional sateen, they’re also 20% lighter.

Faux Fur Throw

Throws are also fall weather essentials since they provide an extra layer of warmth as nights get cooler. One of our customer and employee favorites is the Faux Fur Throw. Available in four stylish prints, our ultra plush throws add elegance and warmth to any bed, chair or sofa.

UGG Ansley Slipper

Chilly nights and mornings call for fuzzy slippers to protect your feet from cold floors. We love the classic look of the UGG Ansley Slipper.

If you have any fall weather essentials you’d like to share, please let us know in the comment section below!

Back-to-school sleep tips!


As it gets closer to the start of school, it’s important to gradually ease your kids back into an earlier and regular sleep schedule. An abrupt change can throw off their internal clock, causing a cranky and tired start to the school year. Prevent that from happening by following these tips!

1. Start getting ready for bed at least an hour before. This routine could include having your kids brush their teeth, taking a bath or shower, putting on pajamas, laying out an outfit for the next day and winding down with a book. Setting up a routine will signal to your child’s body that it’s almost time to sleep.

2. Shift the time your child goes to bed by 15 minutes a day if he or she is used to late summer nights. A drastic change will only leave them unable to fall asleep as sleep patterns take time to adjust.

3. Make sure your children’s bedding is optimal for a good night’s sleep! Replace any old or flattened pillows and check if their covers are still weather appropriate. As we transition from summer to fall, an extra throw or blanket might be necessary.

If you have any back-to-school sleep tips to share with other Bedding Snob parents, please post them in the comment section below! A good night’s sleep is important for focusing, learning and retaining information. We hope your kids have a great first day of school!

Benefits of pure linen bedding

Linen Sheets

Linen fabric has been widely used for centuries, and there’s good reason for it! Linen is stronger, more absorbent and more durable than other fabrics. It’s also naturally lustrous and lint-free, looking and feeling better after every wash. Since pure linen is moisture wicking and temperature regulating, it’s great for year round use, keeping you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. If those reasons weren’t enough to make linen the perfect sheeting fabric, it’s also an environmentally friendly, biodegradable, renewable resource. That’s because linen is made from the flax plant, which is used in other products, such as flax seed oil and even linoleum.

If you already love linen or are interested in getting your first set of linen sheets, now’s the best time. You can save on Italian linen sheets during our Luxury Bedding Sale!

Summer bedding essentials

Crochet Cotton Coverlet & Sham

It’s officially summer, so it’s time to swap your heavier bedding for warm weather essentials that will help you sleep comfortably cool. The first thing you’ll want to do is switch your thick comforter for a summer or blanket weight comforter. If you’re a very warm sleeper or live in a particularly hot climate, a coverlet will provide just the right amount of warmth, while also adding texture and style! To keep your out-of-season bedding free of dust and dirt, try our breathable Cotton Canvas Zippered Storage Bag- perfect for storing your down comforters!

Classic Seersucker

Light, breathable sheeting makes sleeping on hot summer nights more comfortable too. Linen and seersucker are summer classics for good reason! Linen is naturally moisture wicking to keep you cool and seersucker’s puckered stripes increase air circulation.

Nautical Cotton Pajamas

Now that your bed is ready for the summer heat, make sure you have weather appropriate sleepwear. Fabrics that are moisture wicking or are sheer and lightweight like cotton lawn, make the perfect summer pajamas!

Father’s Day Gift Ideas

Father’s Day is this Sunday! If you’re not sure what to get Dad, we can help!

For the active dad- Does he love to go fishing or hiking? Give him the gift of memories and surprise him with a camping trip for the family! Click here for help finding camp sites.

Morning Camp by Bureau of Land Management via Flickr Morning Camp by Bureau of Land Management via Flickr

For the dad who loves to relax- Ever catch him snoozing on the couch? Make sure he’s extra comfy with a plush throw or cozy loungewear. If you’re not sure what color throw to get or what size clothing he wears, you can’t go wrong with a Cuddledown gift certificate.

European Cotton Fleece Blanket or Throw

For the dad who’s hard to shop for- Any dad will enjoy and appreciate a nice, home cooked meal! Check out for some great ideas.

Steak & Chips by Mark Walker via Flickr Steak & Chips by Mark Walker via Flickr

Gifts for Grads!

NTU Graduation Week 2014 NTU Graduation Week 2014 by Nottingham Trent university via Flickr

Looking for the perfect graduation gift? We’ve got you covered! Bedroom essentials are always appreciated by college-bound students preparing to move into dorms and recent college grads getting ready for their first apartment. Here are some of our top picks!

Quality bedding in Twin XL can be hard to find at department stores, but not at Cuddledown! We’ve got Twin XL sheets, mattress pads and even featherbeds to turn those dreadfully uncomfortable dorm beds into pure bliss.

For college grads moving into new apartments, treat them to the luxurious, weightless warmth of a down comforter! Our 600 Fill Power Primary Down Comforter, voted “Best Buy Comforter” by Consumers Digest, and our 600 Fill Power Cotton Sateen Colored Down Comforter are great choices.

If you’re in Maine, our Freeport Outlet Store has a great selection of gifts (and some amazing deals) for your graduate! In addition to bedding and sleepwear, our outlet store has locally made goods, home decor, slippers and gifts you won’t find online or in our catalog.

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