The ‘Chatsworth Collection by Woolroom’ marks the partnership between the UK’s leading wool bedding retailer and Chatsworth House, one of the UK’s finest stately homes and home of the Devonshire family.
Devonshire’s most famous house has a sustainable bedding collection named after it. Influenced by the rich heritage of both Woolroom and Chatsworth House, the collection of wool duvets, pillows, mattress protectors and toppers that seals Woolroom’s commitment to ensuring naturally good sleep.
The benefits of wool
A more sustainable option, Woolroom launched a Clean Sleep Report to understand how Brits sleep and found over half of Brits feeling lethargic due to bad sleep.
Their report further found allergies also were preventing the population from having a restful night. Wool’s hypoallergenic properties are known to reduce expose to allergies.
From sheep to sleep
Using wool exclusively from the Chatsworth Estate, the collection forms part of Woolroom’s Wool ID® traceable wool programme created in 2020, where customers can trace back the wool to the flock of downs type sheep used with a QR code.
Chris Tattersall, sleep expert and managing director at Woolroom comments, “I am a great admirer of this beautiful location in Derbyshire and incredibly proud to be using their high-quality wool as part of this new collection.’’
He continues, ‘‘with our Wool ID® traceable programme, it gives consumers the ability to trace back to the exact source, and ultimately help achieve the perfect night’s clean sleep by choosing wool over other bedding fibres.”
A good night’s sleep
The popular and comfortable collection can be bought as a set or individually. Duvets are available in light, medium, warm and all seasons’ warmth and weights, and come in five different sizes. Mattress protectors are either standard or extra deep and toppers come in eight different sizes. Cushion pads/fillers are also available as part of the collection.
“As farm manager here on the Chatsworth Estate for over 8 years, I know just how incredible the wool from our 2500 -strong flock of beautiful sheep, who graze openly in parkland across the estate, is,’’ says David Howlett, the Farm Manager on the Chatsworth Estate.
“The downs-type fleece is perfect to use in bedding due to the length and thickness of the wool fibres and we’re really pleased to be working with Chris and the team at Woolroom on the Chatsworth collection wool bedding.”
To experience the handcrafted luxury of the Chatsworth Woolroom Collection, find your perfect bedding at thewoolroom.com