Taryn Toomey lying on a Savoir bed

Awaken refreshed

The Power of Sleep

As makers of the world’s most luxurious beds, we understand the importance of a good night’s rest. Impacting almost every element of our waking days, sleep provides an immediate and pleasurable way to improve our health and well-being.

Quality vs Quantity of Sleep

Forget the eight hours of recommended sleep. Believe it or not, the quality of our sleep is as important, if not more so, than the quantity of sleep that we get.
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What happens to our brain while we sleep?

It is a myth that during sleep our brain is switched off and resting. Instead, it goes in and out of one of four different stages, all of which are essential to our health and well-being.
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The importance of bedtime routine

Many of us experience difficulty with drifting off. The reason is that our ability to fall asleep is intimately tied to the moments leading up to sleep. Setting ourselves up for success by building bedtime routines is critical to help us fall asleep.
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Image of the Felix design upholstered in Zardi&Zardi's fabric, paired with our most luxurious No1 set and photographed against the brutalist features of the Upper Farm House in UK.

The impact of stress on sleep

Recent studies increasingly suggest that many of our sleep and health-related problems are caused or accelerated by stress. As one of the biggest contributors of insomnia and anxiety, it’s important we learn to not only handle its effects, but also become proactive about preventing it from affecting our well-being.
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Optimal sleeping temperature

Temperature is a key component of your sleep sanctuary. And we say sleep sanctuary, because we want you to walk into your bedroom and feel instantly soothed and relaxed. Discover more about the impact temperature has on quality and comfort of your sleep.
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Dr Rebecca Robbins photographed in black & white during the filming of our latest video series 'Sleep Wisdom'

Sleep Wisdom

with Dr Rebecca Robbins

Discover our sleep series, titled ‘Sleep Wisdom’, where Dr Rebecca Robbins shares her knowledge and expertise in sleep. As the Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Associate Scientist at the Division of Sleep and Circadian Disorders at Brigham & Women’s Hospital, and co-author of the bestselling book ‘Sleep for Success!’, Dr Robbins’ research looks at ways to improve our sleep awareness through behavioural interventions.