IN BED WITH DRAPER

 
IN BED WITH DRAPER - The Grown Up Edit

Today is Blue Monday, so whether you want to hide beneath the bed covers or have your mood lifted with a wonderful free gift, we’re here to help. Today we have a reader's offer with Draper London. We are gifting their wonderful luxury bedding to one of our readers. All you have to do is like The Grown up Edit’s Facebook page and share the picture with this offer, its all here. We will then randomly select the winner in two weeks and announce it on our Facebook page on 30th January. Then you'll be able to experience first hand how amazing it is, being in bed with Draper London is..!

IN BED WITH DRAPER - The Grown Up Edit

More about Draper London
Draper London is our favourite bed linen after being introduced to it a couple of months ago. It’s 300 thread count Egyptian cotton, it feels more like 500-800 because of the length and quality of the yarn. You will have a night's sleep like no other in these crisp, yet soft to the skin sheets. They will also last between 5-10 years. Draper London has been selected over the years by flagship five star hotels, such as Mandarin Oriental and luxury boutique groups such as Soho House. The bedding also has a tail, rather than buttons, you just simply tuck under the mattress. No more lost buttons in the washing machine. All this and the price will be a nice surprise too!

IN BED WITH DRAPER - The Grown Up Edit
IN BED WITH DRAPER - The Grown Up Edit

Our favourite tips from Stephanie at Draper London
Do not use fabric softener – it ruins the fibres and can discolour your bedding. Simply wash at 40-60 degrees and tumble or line dry! Just remember to wash with other cotton whites.
We know that some of you wash it and put it straight back on the bed - please treat it like a good suit - and do try to give it a bit of rest once in a while.

IN BED WITH DRAPER - The Grown Up Edit
IN BED WITH DRAPER - The Grown Up Edit

Old wives tale
We loved hearing this from Stephanie. Ladies in the olden days believed that if you put your bedding out to dry in the moonlight, it would bleach and whiten your sheets. We may just give it a go!