Snuggle Up With Your Sweetie Under the Twovet

Posted on March 26, 2014 by Tim Doyle | 0 Comments

For the hard-working couple that puts in a full day at the office, it's always nice to come home and bundle up under the covers for the evening. How easily you relax and unwind is perhaps more important than how you work. Yet, too often, couples overlook this critical aspect of their health and well being. It's important to understand that comfort isn't just important, it's a must. If you are not comfortable in your own bed, it makes it very difficult to get a good night's sleep. The last thing you want is to wake up in the middle of the night because you are too hot or too cold. Using the wrong kind of comforter can often be at the heart of the problem for many couples.

The Twovet Helps Couples Relax

Imagine coming home and crawling under your elegantly constructed Twovet. Designed with couples in mind, there is a thicker side for the partner that has a tendency to need to stay warmer under the covers. Additionally, there is a thinner side for the partner who has a tendency to get too warm when all bundled up. This kind of temperature control can dramatically effect not only how easily you fall asleep, but it can also make the difference between staying asleep versus tossing and turning all night. Think of how nice it would be to actually be able to sleep without temperature changes making you uncomfortable.

Durable Construction

If you are trying to avoid the cheaply constructed, mass-produced comforters out there, then the Twovet is going to deliver on that front, as well. Instead of being just another quickly machine-constructed piece of bedding, the Twovet is hand crafted, with attention to precision and detail. Plus, the Twovet brand is manufactured right here in the United States, as opposed to being imported from outside the country, thus, helping to ensure that the product you are getting is both durable and of superb quality. It is one addition to your bedroom that should last for years to come.

Suitable For Those with Allergies and Respiratory Issues

How often have you bought a piece of bedding that makes you itch and sneeze? This can turn any relaxing evening into a complete nightmare for those who suffer with allergies and respiratory issues. The Twovet comforter is designed to not cause these types of irritations. Constructed from eco-friendly materials, the Twovet is both hypoallergenic and chemical free because your comforter should be designed with your health in mind, not to cause health problems.

Pleasing Look and Feel

Any piece of bedding you purchase should look aesthetically pleasing to the eye and feel nice and soft to the touch. The Twovet is both soft and elegant and will look great in your bedroom. The pure white Cotton Cambric exterior goes well with numerous bedroom themes, helping to ensure that your Twovet will add many nights of pleasurable comfort for both you and your partner, which you won't know how you lived without. Also, the Twovet makes the perfect gift for anybody who enjoys high-quality bedding that enhances the look and feel of bedroom decor.

When was the last time you treated you and your significant other to a comforter that improves how you relax in the bedroom?

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Can't Sleep? Get More ZZZs by Updating Your Bedroom Style

Posted on October 02, 2013 by Tim Doyle | 0 Comments

As the room where you begin and end your day, your bedroom not only influences how deeply you sleep through the night but also how you feel throughout the following day. When it comes to bedroom style, creating the right ambiance is just as important as choosing the right furnishings and bedding. Changing the look of your bedroom might be all that it takes for you and your partner to catch a few more Zs at night and awake invigorated, ready to face the day.

Establish a Restful Mood

Creating atmosphere in a bedroom is about defining how objects make you feel rather than judging them simply by how they look. Instead of choosing furnishings by pure aesthetics, pay attention to your emotional reactions to them, however subtle. Whether it's a deeply piled area rug, flowing draperies or a cushy comforter, any item that elicits a sigh of relaxation is definitely worth putting on your shopping list.

Choose a Soothing Color Palette

No design element has a greater influence over the mood of a space than color. Neutral color palettes that reflect the natural world are ideal for creating the soothing atmosphere necessary for a good night's sleep. Look to your favorite outdoor environment for inspiration. Some may prefer the watercolor shades of sand and sea for their color palette while others may find the deep greens and blues of a tree-lined lake in the mountains more relaxing.

Layer the Bedroom with Light

Nothing is more glaring and off-putting than a bedroom lit by a single, generic-looking ceiling fixture. A dimmer switch makes it easy to adjust illumination to fit any mood. Choose bedside lamps that allow you to enjoy some light reading in the evening, but make sure that the shades are positioned so that direct light doesn't hit your eyes. When retiring for the night, soft illumination from fixtures like recessed lighting helps create an atmosphere that's conducive to sound sleep.

Create a Simple and Balanced Design

As the largest and most important piece of furniture, it's natural to choose your bed as the primary focal point in the room. Pile the bed up with a duvet and pillows that invite relaxation, but prevent clutter from dominating other surfaces in the room. A sleek headboard helps balance the mass of the bed with a clean-lined accent.

If you can't banish sleep-time distractions like televisions, computers and smart phones from your bedroom completely, place them where they won't disrupt your slumber, preferably out of sight and out of mind. Create a space that promotes sound sleep, and your bedroom will reward you with a restful slumber that lets you take on the day in stride. What are your tips for creating a peaceful bedroom environment?

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Make Your Bedroom Sizzle for Your New Special Someone

Posted on September 18, 2013 by Tim Doyle | 0 Comments

At one time cohabitation was a once-in-a-lifetime event, marked by the groom carrying his bride over the threshold of their new home. Those days are in the past, though, and circumstance brings many couples together at different points in their relationships with much less grandeur. While bringing home a new partner can be an exciting time, it can be a little nerve-wracking at the same time. Like many, you may find yourself set in your old ways: You might have your own side of the bed, you don't know how to share the blankets with someone else, or you might even fall asleep with the television playing. Preparing your bedroom for a new partner can help you both feel comfortable in your home, and it won't take long before you love sharing your bed with someone new.

Start With Cleaning

When you live alone, you might find yourself slacking off when it comes to cleaning. Even if you change your sheets regularly, you probably don't think about cleaning your comforter, vacuuming the floor or even putting away dirty laundry. Before your new partner shows up, take the time to fully clean your bedroom. Now is your chance to hide away those embarrassing items you don't want your partner to see, including those mismatched socks on the floor, the romance novels lining your shelves and the the piles of clothing peeking out of your closet. Eliminate everything that you don't want your partner to see, or at least put those items in an out-of-the-way spot.

Replace Your Comforter

Sharing linens with someone after living alone is difficult for anyone. After spending time sleeping in bed alone with your blankets and sheets, you might find that you cannot sleep with a single sheet like your new partner does. The Twovet couples comforter is a great choice for couples who typically sleep with different linens. One side of the comforter is thin and lightweight, while the other side is thicker and warmer. Made from eco-friendly materials, the comforter also has a hypoallergenic filling that won't irritate his or your skin. This comforter lets you curl up in bed together even if one of you likes sleeping with heavier blankets.

Swap Out Your Pillows

Dust mites crawl inside your pillows and leave behind skin cells that can irritate your skin and cause allergies. Your skin also scrapes off on the pillows, causing dark stains and leaving behind a particular smell. You can clean your pillows at home in your washing machine, but why not grab some new pillows before your partner spends the night? Buying a mixture of thicker and thinner pillows is an easy way to ensure the comfort of your partner. You might find that he loves something thicker and firmer than the pillows you already own.

Make the Mood Sizzle

Make your first night together more memorable. Turn the lights down low, light some scented candles and see where the night takes you. Don't forget to change your sheets before your partner arrives, and if you want to really make the mood sizzle, opt for silk or satin sheets that feel luxuriously soft on your skin. Some couples prefer the feel of cotton or flannel sheets on cool nights, but you can buy whatever sheets you want for your home.

Spending time with a new partner can fill you with excitement, but you probably feel a little nervous before introducing that person to your bedroom. Using the right comforter, setting the mood, cleaning and bringing in some new pillows can make him feel as comfortable in your bedroom as you do.

What is on your to-do list when preparing your boudoir for a new partner?

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