FEATURES AT A GLANCE
What makes our goose down duvets so special?
Used by the world's top 5 Star hotels, our duvets are made to our specification using the highest quality Hungarian Goose Down. Down is lighter than any feather fill, giving you the warmth without the weight.
Soft 300 Thread-count 100% cotton percale covers caress the lightest of down fillings to promote undisturbed sleep.
Down fill duvets allow for more effective release of moisture to produce the healthiest most comfortable sleeping environment imaginable.
Our luxury duvets can adjust to the ambient body temperature, staying warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
BEAUMONT & BROWN SIZE GUIDE
|BED SIZE||DUVET SIZE|
|SINGLE - 3ft||135 x 200cm|
|DOUBLE - 4ft 6"||200 x 200cm|
|KING - 5ft||225 x 220cm|
|SUPER KING - 6ft||260 x 220cm|
Our bed linen can be washed at up to 95 degrees but for normal use 60 degrees is fine. Tumble drying is not a problem but care should be taken not to overload the dryer risking greater creasing. Line dry is recommended where/when possible and to iron (if necessary) when slightly damp.
WHITE 650gsm TOWELS
Please wash all towels before use. Whilst our towels can be washed up to 95 degrees, a 60 degree wash is normally ok. Tumble drying is fine, but be careful not to over dry and use ’cool down’ ten minutes before the end to allow fibres to relax. Fabric softener is not required on combed cotton yarn and will ultimately result in reducing the towels absorbency.
Like our towels, our bathrobes can be washed up to 95 degrees, but again a 60 degree wash is normally ok. Tumble drying is fine.
PILLOWS & DUVETS
For the most practical of reasons, due to the size of normal domestic washers and dryers, we at Beaumont & Brown recommend you leave the laundering of these items to the professionals. You can find your local Textile Service association approved laundry or dry cleaners by calling 0207 843 9490 where they will be happy to help.
MATTRESSES & PILLOW PROTECTORS
Fully machine washable at 60 degrees. Tumble drying where possible (may not be practical) is not a problem. Line dry is recommended when / where possible.
Machine washable at 60 degrees. Tumble drying is no problem. If possible we recommend that you should wash these is a mesh bag to prevent the yarns from catching on the drum.