How often should you change your pillow? Is it healthy to sleep without a pillow? And which pillow is best for me? These are all good questions that require individual answers.
You see, we sleep in different ways. Some people lie on their side, others lie on their back, and others lie on their stomach. Some prefer large pillows, others a small pillow or a soft pillow. No matter how you feel most comfortable, a good pillow is a necessity. Read more in our guide to choosing a pillow here.
We have many different pillow ranges, all produced in Denmark. Our Hans Christian Andersen and Royal ranges are where you will find our best pillows, which are made with only the best materials and manufacturing methods. In our Classic range, you will find quality pillows at excellent prices. They represent great value for money.
What type of pillow should I choose?
At Ringsted Dun, we have a large selection of many types of pillows which is sure to include the best pillow for you. You can choose between one-chamber pillows, three-chamber pillows and four-chamber pillows. We also have pillows with organic filling, pillows for both baby and junior, as well as sofa cushions.
- A 1-chamber pillow has a single kind of filling throughout, which may just be soft down, but is often a mixture of small feathers and down, which provides a bit more support than pure down.
- The core of a 3-chamber pillow is filled with small, supportive feathers and down, while the outer layers are filled with lovely, soft down, so you sleep as if you’re on a cloud.
How do I choose the right pillow height?
At Ringsted Dun, we have a pillow for all needs and sleeping positions. We have pillows in heights that range from extra low to extra high. Before choosing which pillow works the best for you, you should ask yourself a number of questions:
- What is a good pillow for me?
- Do I need a pillow that is good for the neck?
- Do I need a low, medium-height or high pillow?
- What is my sleeping position?
We have prepared this guide on how to choose the right pillow. Read the guide here.