There are few things as cozy as climbing into bed with a warm quilt on top. Of course, a quilt or coverlet needs to be more than just snuggly. The color, material, and texture of your bed’s quilt or coverlet will make it a centerpiece of your bedroom. Therefore you’ll want to choose one with high-quality materials and a design that ties together your carefully-selected decor.
City Mattress is known for offering only the top brands, and this reputation for excellence extends to our quilts and coverlets as well. Whether you’re looking for the ultimate luxury in a 100% long-staple cotton SFERRA quilt, or a gentle Villa by Classic Home option that looks hand painted with watercolors, we have the perfect quilt for you. From Twin to California King and everything in between, City Mattress stocks the size, color, and pattern you’re looking for.
In order to make it as easy as possible to create a beautiful bed, we offer quilt sets. These come with a quilt and matching pillow shams. No matter what you have in mind, City Mattress is sure to have a quilt or coverlet you’ll love.
A coverlet is one layer of woven fabric with no filling. A quilt has a thin layer of filling between two layers of fabric, all of which are stitched together with an embroidered pattern throughout. A comforter has a thicker layer of filling between two layers of fabric, making it fluffier than a quilt, and usually doesn’t feature embroidery. As a rule, a quilt is warmer than a coverlet, and a comforter is warmer than a quilt.
No. A duvet is much fluffier, with more filling, and isn’t stitched the same way. While some duvets are stitched to create pockets for less clumping, it isn’t as intricate or decorative as a quilt. Also, duvets need a duvet cover in order to be decorative, whereas a quilt is often decorative as is.
Unless a manufacturer says otherwise, the preferred method for washing a quilt is by hand. This is because machine agitation can unravel the delicate stitching.
Unless a manufacturer says otherwise, most coverlets can be washed on a cool or warm gentle cycle. You can then tumble dry on low.
It depends on your location. Comforters are warmer than quilts, as a rule.