February 11, 2019

Are you looking to take your sleep experience to the next level? Perhaps you’re searching for a way to add an extra layer of support for your body’s pressure points – shoulders, hips, and back? You can achieve this by improving your current mattress with a feather bed! Feather beds are fluffy enclosures that are filled with high-quality feathers. They are placed directly on top of your existing mattress and are created with the ideal level of firmness and softness. Adding a feather bed will not only create more comfort, it will also give your body the opportunity to relax throughout the night by hitting all those vital pressure areas. You will truly feel like you are “sleeping on a cloud.”



Feather beds are constructed in a variety of ways, with the most common being baffle box. Each type of assembly supports your body where you need it the most.

  • Baffle Box: This form of construction gives a feather bed a high loft and an even fill distribution due to its box pattern stitching. The baffle box feather bed has a no-shift design so all the feathers stay in place. Furthermore, it provides you with a deeper and more restful sleep since your pressure points are gently cushioned.


Types of Materials

At Warm Things, we offer down and down alternative feather beds. Both are wonderful options in achieving maximum comfort. Our down top baffled box feather bed features a top layer quilted with a 550 fill power down. The lower chamber is filled with a 95% feather/5% down combination for enhanced support. It features a 230 thread count and 100% cotton down proof shell, making it both comfortable and breathable. The material is also hypo-allergenic, which has been proven effective against the entry of allergens. Our down alternative is created with a 100% cotton shell, as well as a hypo-allergenic fiber fill.


Caring for your Feather Bed

  • Protect: Feather beds can be a hassle to wash so zip covers can help keep them fresh and clean. They also add extra protection in blocking dust mites from entering into your feather bed.
  • Clean: If you get a stain on your feather bed, it is best to spot clean it the same way you would do for a mattress. Use a soft cloth with soap and water to blot the stain. When used with a cover, feather beds do not require laundering but, if needed, it should be dry cleaned.
  • Fluff: All feather beds go limp after being slept on. It's suggested that you fluff your feather bed once a week or every time you change your sheets. Just grab a corner and give it a shake up and down.
  • Rotate: Just like the tires on your car, feather beds need to be rotated. The feathers that are located under your pressure points will loosen quicker than the rest of the other areas. To keep your feather bed from wearing unevenly, rotate it monthly.

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