Struggling to get to sleep? Snap up the new M&S bedding that is flying off the shelves

Marks and Spencer Comfortably Cool bedding is here to ensure we keep cool and carry on snoozing

Four new patterns have been added to the Marks and Spencer Comfortably Cool bedding range, and they're already selling like hot-cakes – or should that be cool-cakes?

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The Comfortably Cool bedding is specially designed to keep core body temperatures cool, whatever the weather. The original range of plain bedding proved such a hit, Marks & Spencer have added to it with four new grown up designs.

Marks & Spencer Comfortably Cool bedding

Each design is based on a hand-painted print, to lend a colourful, but sophisticated air to the bedding. The comfortably cool spot bedding has already proved a massive hit, and is currently the second best selling bedding at Marks & Spencer.

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Buy now: Comfortably cool spot bedding, £49.50, Marks & Spencer

'The range has been so successful, we wanted to offer the customer even more choice by adding design bedding to the collection,' explains Lisa Read, senior designer on bedding. 'These new designs each feature a hand-painted print developed in-house by our talented team of designers, to complement the Comfortably Cool plain dye colour palette.'

'The new collection features a pretty, feminine trailing floral, a delicate layered spot, a very simple modern grid and a beautiful diamond tile, all painted with soft layers of translucent water colours creating beautiful calming designs,' she adds.

Let's take a look at the gorgeous new designs.

Diamond bedding

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The icy blue colour palette of this diamond pattern is the perfect pop of colour against muted grey walls in a bedroom.

Buy now: Comfortably cool diamond print bedding, £49.50, Marks & Spencer

Floral bedding

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This romanic pink and blue floral watercolour design is one of our favourites designs. It will transform your bed into a work of art, that you can't wait to curl up in.

Buy now: Comfortably cool floral bedding, £49.50, Marks & Spencer

Checked bedding

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This subtle check design is the colourful antidote to a harsh black and white geometric designs. The mix of purple and blues gives this pattern a subtle feminine touch.

Buy now: Comfortably cool checked bedding, £49.50, Marks and Spencer

How does the bedding work?

The fabric used to make the bedding is a Tencel rich blend. Tencel is a sustainably sourced fibres of the eucalyptus tree.

The natural material works by drawing moisture away from the skin, helping to regulate core body temperature. By keep your body temperature regular you're less likely to feel hot, irritable and uncomfortable. Thus aiding a better night's sleep.

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The range also includes the Comfortably Cool 1 Tog duvet, for those look for the full cool sleeping experience. With a pure cotton cover and clever Climate Control technology, this  super light and airy summer duvet regulates body temperature to aid a good night’s rest – while acting as a comforter.

Buy now: Comfortably Cool 1 Tog Duvet, from £25, Marks & Spencer

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Rebecca Knight
Deputy Editor, Digital

Rebecca Knight has been the Deputy Editor on the Ideal Home Website since 2022. She graduated with a Masters degree in magazine journalism from City, University of London in 2018, before starting her journalism career as a staff writer on women's weekly magazines. She fell into the world of homes and interiors after joining the Ideal Home website team in 2019 as a Digital Writer. In 2020 she moved into position of Homes News Editor working across Homes & Gardens, LivingEtc, Real Homes, Gardeningetc and Ideal Home covering everything from the latest viral cleaning hack to the next big interior trend.