How many of you share a bed with a cover hog? You know the type. Someone who decides that their comfort, and their comfort only is important.
There is nothing more annoying than laying in bed with someone when all of a sudden they roll over and take the entire duvet with them. You're left cold, vulnerable, and exposed, while you lay on a bed with only your pajamas keeping you warm. Meanwhile, your partner is over there living the life of luxury all wrapped up in a nice, warm duvet.
It can often lead to a lot of fights and tension between you and your partner, because you want more covers and they don't care that you don't have then. More than 1/3 of people in relationships say this is an issue they deal with, and now Ikea wants to help solve that problem.
The furniture giants will be introducing a "Swedish sleeping method" which promises to put an end to the age-old fight over the bed sheets.
"Ikea is launching the TOG-ether bundle to help Brits sleep the Swedish way – with two single duvets rather than a double," the company said.
"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, in UK stores for a short period, allowing couples to select a duvet from the bundle that suits them."
The bundle will allow each partner to choose what thermal level they want their covers at, so that way there's no debate over whether it's too hot or too cold.