Sumptuous Duvet & Pillow Sets

We've created a collection of duvets and pillows that has something for everyone. Whether you love 100% down, prefer a synthetic duvet or love the crunch of feathers, we've created duvet and pillow sets to suit you. We've spent a long time learning all about duvet tog ratings and fillings so you don't have to and all of our duvets and pillows are made here in the UK, fresh to order. This means your bedding will be made just for you and we think it makes it feel even better. If you have any questions about our duvets, pillows or mattress toppers just give us a call on 01243 822599 or email us at helpmechoose@secretlinenstore.com.
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We've created a collection of duvets and pillows that has something for everyone. Whether you love 100% down, prefer a synthetic duvet or love the crunch of feathers, we've created duvet and pillow sets to suit you. We've spent a long time learning all about duvet tog ratings and fillings so you don't have to and all of our duvets and pillows are made here in the UK, fresh to order. This means your bedding will be made just for you and we think it makes it feel even better. If you have any questions about our duvets, pillows or mattress toppers just give us a call on 01243 822599 or email us at helpmechoose@secretlinenstore.com.
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Find the Perfect Duvet and Pillow Set

It's a bit of a minefield, but we are confident that with a little help, you'll find the perfect duvet and pillow for your bed. Read on to get more information on our duvet and pillow sets.

Whether you like firm, soft, bouncy, flat, one or two pillows is a personal preference but we're happy to help you choose. 

There are many benefits to choosing the perfect pillow, from ensuring you have a restful night's sleep to waking up ache and pain-free.

Have a read of our guide to choosing a pillow, and then if you still need more help, feel free to call our friendly and knowledgeable Customer Smile Makers.

First of all, what is a tog? A tog is a unit of measurement used to indicate the warmth of a duvet; the higher the tog rating, the warmer the duvet will be. 

Here at Secret Linen Store, we recommend a 2.5 or 4.5 tog for the summer months, a 9 or 10.5 tog for the spring and autumn and a 13.5 or 15 tog duvet for the winter. 

If you want a duvet, you can use it year-round. We'd recommend choosing a 9 or 10.5 tog or you can always go for an All Seasons option, which incorporates two duvets (4.5 and 10 tog) which can be used separately throughout the year but then popped together to make a 13.5 tog duvet for winter use.

Need help determining which duvet is perfect for you? Read our guide on how to choose your duvet to ensure a cosy night's sleep all year round.

The lifespan of duvets and pillows varies depending on the fill, how regularly they’re used and how they're cared for. 

However, replacing pillows every 1-2 years and duvets every 5-10 years is generally recommended. Over time, pillows lose shape and support, and duvets can lose their loft and insulation properties. Regularly assessing their condition and replacing them as needed ensures optimal comfort and hygiene. 

You can read more about caring for your duvets, pillows and mattress toppers here.

We have a fill for everyone here at the Secret Linen Store. 

We have feather and down with its excellent insulation properties, synthetic options for those preferring to avoid a natural fill, and a wool offering if you're looking for temperature regulating super powers. 

Each product listing features a detailed description if you need to read up on the different fills, or you can read more about our bedding fill options here. And if you still need help, please call and chat with our lovely Customer Smile Makers.

For more information on our duvet and pillow fillings, in our blog.

Are you looking to sleep better with allergies? When it comes to the changing seasons, ensuring you have the right bedding to beat your allergies can be confusing. 

However, to make your lives easier, all our feather, down and wool fillings meet hypoallergenic standards, meaning that they are suitable for people with allergies. 

We have put together a hand guide so you can find out everything you need to know about anti-allergy bedding.