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The comforter gets a lot of the credit for making your bed into the plush slumber sanctuary that it is. The quilt, meanwhile, is one of the most underrated bedding elements, easily adding extra warmth in the winter and a lighter cover option in the summer, as well as a tailored, textural layer that enhances the overall look of your sleep space year-round. Here are nine quilts that we wouldn't dream of kicking out of bed.
A quilt this artful comes around once in a blue moon. Featuring circular designs and botanical-inspired prints in a soothing color palette. The center panel is rendered in slubbed cotton for a vintage look, and finished with hand-stitched detailing. * Cotton, including the fill * Pieced quilt; solid back * Two-layer flannel fill for lightweight warmth * Sham features a small floral print and an env...
The plush 700 fill power in this Hutterite-goose-down comforter from Brooklinen gives your bed a dreamy cloud-like feeling. The all-season weight is so breathable, you can feel the air push out of it as you move around. Plus, it's covered by a silky-smooth, 400-thread-count, sateen-cotton cover that's baffle-stitched to preserve the longevity of the filling. This Oeko-Tex-certified comforter is also available in a lighter 600-fill-power option, in case you err on the side of hot when you sleep.
Quilts require less fabric and insulation than sleeping bags and are thus in average 30% lighter and smaller (when packed) even while using the same materials. As they don’t fit snugly around your body, they also allow you to wear clothes during the night for extra warmth. However, quilts also have disadvantages in comparison to sleeping bags. They have to be used with a sleeping pad and they don’t prevent air drafts as good as sleeping bags, since the warm air escapes to the outside when you wiggle around. Therefore, they are not recommended for very cold weather, but most quilts do offer sufficient warmth for 3-season hiking.
Gusseting: This is a construction technique which is widely underused, but should be applied more often due to the extra security it provides in durability and resilience of the comforter. Think of it like a thick ribbing or edging against the side walls to secure a comforter's top and bottom layers together. This style provides maximum loft and can have either a baffle-box or sewn-through construction.
I bought Cozy Feather's King sized goose down comforter for my new room re vamp initially because not only did it describe very well what I wanted but also the price seemed extremely reasonable. I like being warm and was definitely looking for a some thing that could make me warm without using layers of blankets like I usually do. The item arrived well packaged and on time. It was in an amazon box and a regular comforter packaging

ALSO OFFERED IN LOFTY WHITE DOWN Weight: Lightweight warmth Fill: Hypoallergenic Core-Loft® Shell: Long-staple cotton Our essential comforter — now offered in an energetic kaleidoscope-inspired diamond print with a coordinating sham. This layer is a go-to piece for every bed in the house. * Designed for down-sensitive sleepers, it is filled with hypoallergenic Core-Loft® (550 fill p...
I’m so happy with this comforter i ordered from them! I was a little nervous at first but once i opened it I was so surprised at the quality of it. It was flat at first, but it quickly began puffing up to size and it fit perfect on my bed. I loved the pillow like pattern on them, it was exactly what I was looking for. I wouldn’t hesitate to order again from them, highly recommend!!

When we tested this duvet insert, we immediately noticed two things: that the material was incredibly crinkly but also very lightweight. Luckily, neither of these factors seemed to affect overall quality of sleep. The duvet's pillowy texture and rectangular quilting was also incredibly adept at facilitating airflow, making the piece feel light and cool, without ever going flat. While this duvet feels as though it perfectly regulates body temperature during the winter, it did feel a bit too bulky for a restful night of sleep on hotter nights.

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