A duvet cover is a protective and decorative layer that slips over the duvet itself. Duvets are difficult to clean, so a removable and washable cover is a must. You can think of a duvet cover as a protective sleeve, like a pillowcase to a pillow.
When you protect your investment with a duvet cover, you won’t have to worry about spills, stains, sweat, or anything else ruining your nice duvet. Furthermore, duvet covers come in a variety of styles, so you can change your look at any time while retaining the familiar comfort of your favorite duvet. You can also use a duvet cover to protect a comforter, if you prefer.
We carry duvet covers from many of today’s top brands, including Madison Park, SFERRA, Yves Delorme, and Villa by Classic Home. You can stay economical with a selection made from bamboo, or choose the finest luxury linens made from 100% extra-long staple cotton. We also offer a variety of textured looks, such as chenille, fringe, and damask. The options are almost endless!
Duvet covers are more than just utilitarian protection for your duvet. They also provide a decorative way to change the look of your bed. You can choose a duvet cover in a solid color, or with features such as stripes, floral, and abstract patterns. They also come in a variety of materials, so you can have tufted chenille one month and jersey cotton the next.
Duvet covers offer a few benefits. Firstly, they are easy to remove and wash. Secondly, they make redecorating easy, without having to replace your favorite duvet.
Your first consideration should be comfort. Choosing the right material for your duvet cover ensures you won't get too warm or cold during the night, and it also contributes to the look and feel of the bed. If you tend to get chilly at night, choose a material that will keep you warm. From there, choose a color and style that you like. We have many, many options!
Cotton is popular for its breathability, while warmer options like flannel and microfiber are great for winter nights. Look for long-staple cotton, a sateen weave, or a high thread count.
Yes, you can. By using a duvet cover on a comforter you can make your comforter more soft and luxurious. Furthermore, the duvet cover will protect your comforter, so all you need to wash is the cover itself.
Duvets tend to be warm, but surprisingly lightweight. This makes them a great bedding option for every season. Your choice of duvet cover material can also influence warmth and breathability.
You should wash your duvet cover every two to four weeks.
It can, but it certainly doesn't have to. We make it easy to do both! We sell bundles for those who want everything to match, plus we sell bedding essentials as stand alone items, so you can mix it up.