Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.
Your bed should be a relaxing safe-haven for resting your head at night. The more comfortable it is, the easier it is to relax and dose off to sleep. Of course, you can increase your comfort with the right mattress, mattress pad, sheets, pillows and comforter.
Finding the right comforter can be a little tricky, though. Some are too heavy, some are too light – and if we’re being honest, some are just not that cute.
But a soft, plush and ultra-cozy comforter that’s heavy enough for the winter and breezy enough for the summer actually exists. It’s Sunday Citizen’s Snug Comforter and words can hardly describe just how amazing it is.
On the microfiber outside, it feels like the fuzzy socks your aunt usually gifts you on Christmas. However, it looks like a softer sherpa material that’s actually chic. The flip side is a cooling, natural bamboo fabric. And on the inside, it’s stuffed with a polyester filling made from recycled plastic bottles. So it’s nice for you, and nice for the environment.
The Snug Comforter is also thermoregulating and hypoallergenic. And, it’s machine-washable. You can wash it and toss it in the dryer as much as you’d like and it will come out looking the same.
It comes in 12 colors, including white, gray, denim, rusty rose, blush and sage. It also ranges in sizes from twin to California king, and starts at $240.
I recently received a sample of the Snug Comforter and at first, upon taking it out of the box, I couldn’t stop touching it. It’s so soft! Even as a self-proclaimed insomniac, I was suddenly excited to go to bed.
You’ll sleep like a baby, or at least like an adult swaddled in the world’s comfiest, most luxurious fabric.
If you liked this story, check out how to get your own custom-fit white tee.
More from In The Know:
The post It’s hard to describe just how soft, plush and cozy this all-season comforter is appeared first on In The Know.