IKEA Wants To Save Your Relationship by Teaching You to Sleep the Swedish Way

IKEA Wants To Save Your Relationship by Teaching You to Sleep the Swedish Way

Nora Taylor
Jan 24, 2018
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Sharing a bed with your partner can be cozy, intimate and also completely terrible. If you run at different temperatures or even sleep in wildly different positions, the nightly battle for comforter real estate can feel like a war that may never end. Luckily, IKEA (maybe you've heard of it?) is bringing a peacekeeping Swedish sleeping method to other countries.

IKEA's new "TOG-ether bundle" is coming to save your sleep situation. A punny play on the TOG rating system, which is a comforter/duvet specific warmth scale, it is designed to end the push and pull ritual of sharing one duvet. The bundle is actually two separate duvets, each with a different TOG rating (7.5 or 12) to appease both the hotter running and colder running partners at the same time.

"Many of us find that not getting a good night's sleep is becoming a regular occurrence," says Carol McSeveny, IKEA UK & Ireland's textiles leader. "This is why we have introduced this traditional Swedish sleep trend of using two single duvets instead of a double."

Unfortunately for Americans, it is only available in the U.K. at the moment. Even for the blessed folks across the pond, the bundle is only available this weekend (January 27 and 28). And while you can't really put a price on a good night's sleep, the bundle costs a reasonable £40.

So if you don't want to sleep in separate beds, fingers crossed that the TOG-ether bundle hits your local IKEA soon!

h/t Mashable

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