To put it simply, a duvet cover looks like a big pillowcase for the cozy duvet. Blankets come in many textures, colors and sizes, which is great for anyone who wants colors in their bedroom. Almost all duvets are neutral white, but you can always choose black and white duvet covers for a change.
A blanket can also be very useful for keeping your special and perhaps expensive down blanket clean. Almost all down comforters are only dry cleaning. It can be costly tasks to keep one completely clean for almost any time. That is why down blanket lovers treat a duvet cover as a pleasant and vital investment. If your bed looks dirty, replace the duvet cover with a clean one and you will get your clean bed back.
If you are planning to buy a duvet cover, here are some helpful tips to help you choose the right one for you:
Duvet covers and duvets are usually available in standard sizes such as “Full”, “Queen” and “King”, many duvets seem to have their own mind when it comes to standard dimensions. Lay down duvets flat and use a tape measure to get their exact length and width. Compare them with the size of the online description or packaging. If they match or are close, you may well have a winner.
Although the number of threads may be more significant in the sheets, you do not want your duvet cover to feel like a rabbit bag. The standard theory for wire counting would be the larger the number, the softer the duvet cover. Therefore, a quilt cover of 500 threads will be much softer than just a duvet cover of 300 threads. Of course, you can also find quilts of silk, quilts of fake suede and many other materials out there besides cotton.
The main factor in having a duvet cover would be to get an easy to wash lid for the much less easily washed duvet. Buying a quilt that is difficult to clean clearly beats this goal. Cotton can be machine washed and washed, as well as polyester and other synthetic fabrics. It is therefore wise to make sure that you can wash and preferably dry the duvet cover with a machine.