Firstly, what does a pillows' profile mean?
The profile of pillows is basically the height of the pillow when it is laid on your bed. The main point in choosing the right pillow is to get one that suits your sleeping style that it supports your head and aligns your spine in a straight line. If neither occurs you will most likely end up with a sore neck or backache.
How do I know this? After hundreds of uncomfortable nights in hotels around the world, I am an expert. Trust me
Kelly & Windsor offers three pillow profiles -
Low - suits sleepers who lie on the back or stomach
Medium - side sleepers
High - for resting or reading in bed. Not the best option for sleeping, my opinion only.
There is also a difference between the pillow's profile and its softness. This is a personal choice and varies greatly from person to person. Unfortunately you cant take pillows home to try so please check the feel of each pillow profile before to buy to try and and assess what profile suits you.
Please give us a call is you need any advice and we will offer our recommendation to suit you
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I noticed a Facebook post last weekend "who owns Kelly & Windsor Australia?" Is it really an Australian owned business?
We are a 100% owned Australian owned and operated business. The ownership of the company is on the pubic records and we extensively use the Australian made and Owned logo under a licence agreement with The Australia Made Campaign.
Despite the challenges of the Covid pandemic, we have maintained full manufacturing and shipping operations since the initial out break. We are actually struggling to met demand for our luxurious Australian Made bedding collections.
We have instigated strict Covid Safe Policies and Practices and are prepared to offer full support to staff who may be effected in these difficult times.
We were on TVSN with our Alpaca Gold 400 winter quilts and pillows with two shows in June which were both sold out.
These shows were the first time featuring our finest pure Alpaca Gold quilts and despite not being able to be in the studio in person, the shows were a great success with repeat orders required to fill customer back orders.