How could humanity ever live without blankets? They are cosy, warm and add a unique touch to any living space. Perfect for those nights on the sofa with Netflix.
Choosing an appropriate fabric for your new winter blanket isn’t as simple as you may think. The fabric should be based on individual preferences, from how you sleep to any allergy concerns – there’s a blanket to suit your unique needs. Some people prefer a fuzzy blanket, while others may prefer a smooth texture. We are Tartan Lambswool blankets all the way! and not those cheap imitations you’ll find on the touristy high street.
Tartan blankets should be a solid investment. Soft, fresh and cuddly, your new blanket will have many qualities you might not even think about. Your sheets provide softness against your skin and your comforter offers warmth and décor appeal, but what about a cozy Tartan blanket?
For most people the winter blanket is tucked in between the two layers and creates a special, extra pocket of comfort. These blankets will last for years and are made from 100% of the finest Lambswool in Scotland.
As well as jazzing up your living space with accessories – as many people do with blankets, throws, pictures and plants, there are many health benefits.
Sleeping With A Weighted Blanket can Improve Your Metabolism, the biochemical processes that occur within any living organism – including humans – to maintain life. These biochemical processes allow people to grow, reproduce, repair damage, and respond to their environment.
No matter how much activity you do, sleep is your way of recharging to power up for the day ahead. the truth is that your metabolism slows by about 10 percent during sleep, but functions like muscle growth and tissue repair occur almost exclusively while you are powered down. In a way, your body takes all the energy you’ve consumed throughout the day to work on restoring it at night. The next time you feel the urge to grab your winter blanket and go for a nap, don’t feel guilty!
Here are our top picks for tartan blankets this winter.