The Story of Night Lark

Our innovation is your innovation, helping you unlock a new height of comfort and convenience.

Night Lark is a page in the Trendsetters story - our parent company, who’s tale is part of a rich-history in sleep innovation…

Rewind more than a century, back to Liverpool, England, in 1912. It’s there you’ll find William Harrison, our original maestro of sleep solutions. He founded Harrison & Jones Ltd, the first iteration of the Trendsetters brand, with the intention of supplying durable mattresses to the colossal cruise liners of the roaring 1920s.

All-In-One Duvets,
designed to ruffle feathers.

Night Lark All-In-One Duvets are both fun and functional, destined for a leading role in and out of the bedroom & around the home. It’s a comfort you can carry from bed to backyard, porch to playground, couch to patio lounger.

Thoughtfully designed, Night Lark lets you reclaim laundry day. Our hypoallergenic Smartfil® fibers, made from 100% recycled materials, can be bundled into household washers and dryers without losing their shape or softness.

Our European Eco-Factory

Sewn in Europe, threaded to a better world.
Our All-In-One Duvets are as kind to the environment as they are to your sleep. That’s because each stitch is sewn in our own European eco-factory, using innovative fibers made from recycled plastic PET bottles.

Based in Estonia, our award-winning facility allows us to oversee every swatch and stitch from a higher vantage point. Purpose built for our business, the factory gives us full control of our products so that nothing is outsourced, from conception through to delivery.

See our UK success story

Released in the UK in 2018 as the Night Owl coverless duvet, we are now excited to bring the same concept to the US as the Night Lark All-In-One duvet to simplify your bedding.

See what our UK customers are saying on Trustpilot about how the Night Owl / Night Lark has transformed their bedroom and laundry routine.

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