What Are Duvet Covers
Duvet covers are a piece of bedding that protects and covers the duvet (or a comforter) is a fantastic choice for sleepers of all kinds. It’s essentially a pillowcases for your duvet. It safeguards your duvet when it is in use and serves as a useful addition to the bed in various temperatures and seasons.
First, it shields your bedding from spills, dust, or pet hair as well as other messes. It is held in place with corner ties and typically the closure is a button or zipper. A duvet cover also makes it easier to keep your bedding clean because you can machine wash the cover more frequently compared to a bulky duvet, a feature that is especially important for people with pets and kids.
Secondly, swapping the cover can easily transform your bedding. A thicker fabric can increase the warmth of your duvet, while an elegant duvet cover will immediately enhance the style. A duvet cover can be a relatively inexpensive option to alter the appearance of your space without investing in an entirely new duvet or comforters.
How To Choose The Best Duvet Covers
A good mattress can ensure a peaceful night’s sleep, and the most comfortable bed sheets will ensure that you’re comfy during the night. A duvet cover serves double duty. It helps protect your comforter as well as adds an aesthetic element to your mattress.
Since a duvet cover isn’t something you’ll sleep directly on or beneath the covers, it’s usually more about fashion and design such as textured duvet covers. But those after a very specific feel can of course get them in a range of materials including satin duvet covers, cotton duvet covers, and linen duvet covers.
The majority of the duvet covers we have are made from cotton or percale sheeting fabrics. It is important to consider which one you prefer before choosing the duvet covers. The satin fabric offers the appearance of slinky and silky which will be appealing to people who love supersoft textures. Cotton is the most common natural material that is breathable and temperature-regulating, though they wrinkle fairly easily. The linen is breathable, soft, and has a slightly rougher texture, great for both summer and winter use. One is not better than the other, it’s more about your personal preference.
How To Use A Duvet Covers
Available in a range of sizes and colors and Oeko-Tex-certified.A duvet cover has either buttons or a long zipper on one end of the cover. This allows for easy access when putting your duvet (or your best down comforters) inside. The majority of duvet covers include ties on every corner to ensure that your duvet is in place and from slipping around during each use. Once you have the duvet in place, zip or button the end and place the covered duvet on your bed!
Tip: When you put a duvet cover on, you can turn the cover inside out, and lay the duvet on top so that it matches up with all four corners. Then tie each corner and turn it back right side out. Voila!
How To Care And Maintenance
The reason you should use the duvet cover is the fact that you can wash it more often and with less effort than conventional comforters. Clean your duvet cover with a cool or 30 degrees Fahrenheit wash. Unless the duvet cover is especially delicate, it can be cleaned in normal settings. The duvet cover should also be able to cope with the most powerful spin speed of the machine.
Most duvet covers can dry in the dryer. If you prefer, hang dry it in order to prevent any possible shrinkage or damage. After spinning dry and hung, put the duvet cover over a clothesline to dry.
One way to ensure the durability of the duvet cover is to secure the button or zipper prior to washing. It’s an additional step, but it’ll keep the button or zipper from being stuck in the dryer or washing machine.
If you are looking to purchase new bedding, in Lifegreet you can find a duvet size chart as well as everything you need to know about our high-quality duvet covers. Our duvet cover sizes range from twin to king, making it the perfect addition to any bedroom.