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Duvets

  • 01
    What is a Duvet Cover?

    A duvet cover is a protective machine washable cover for your duvet, most likely for your down duvet. There are many duvet sizes and styles to choose from, depending on your preference. They can also be referred to as a comforter cover since it’s the outside of the bedding. Think of your duvet cover in the same way you would think about a pillowcase. It protects the interior of the insulation and fabric while still providing a decorative touch that’s both stylish and functional.
    Duvet covers are not filled. It has an opening where you can insert your duvet, and it has various closure types, such as buttons or zippers. These added elements make changing out a duvet cover easy and hassle-free.

    Duvet Covers can also be made of different types of fabrics such as polyester, cotton, and woven jacquard. For texture and added style, there are many types of embellishments used on duvet covers. Some types of embellishments are embroidery, pleating, flocking, ruching, ribbons or buttons.

  • 02
    What is the Purpose of a Duvet Cover?

    Even though the duvet cover is just the outside fabric of the bedding, it still serves many purposes. For starters, The duvet cover is meant to keep the inner duvet clean, dust-free, and in good condition. This is especially important for duvets made of down feathers which are more expensive and of higher quality.
    The duvet cover is machine washable and easy to clean, while the inner duvet should not be washed very often. The protective layer that the duvet cover helps to preserve the lifespan of your inner duvet and can be easily changed out. The duvet cover also brings the overall style element to a room, serving as the main focal point for the rest of your decor. Having a duvet cover allows you to give a personalized touch to an empty room or a simple canvas to an eclectic style.

  • 03
    How to Choose the Right Duvet Cover?

    The first thing you should think about is how warm you want your duvet cover and insert to be. You can fill your duvet cover with several different fillings such as down, cotton, or synthetic alternatives. Higher quality down duvets are known to be better insulated and can regulate temperature, however are not recommended for an individual with allergies. If you are looking for a more economical option, a synthetic alternative can be a great substitute.
    Make sure whatever duvet cover you choose will look and feel how it’s supposed to with your desired duvet. You want the duvet cover to fit tightly around the duvet, without having extra space to move around. Depending on your preference, you can find duvets that are thin and light, or fluffy and warm.

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    How to Choose the Right Duvet Cover Size?

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