Quality duvet sets keep you warm in winter and cool in summer, but the correct duvet inner ensures a good night's sleep through a feeling of luxury. It's important to remember that duvet inners are used for seven to eight hours each night, making it essential to buy the right one.
There is, however, a lot more to choosing duvets and comforters than most people realise. It is a very individual choice and should be based on personal preference. When buying a duvet inner, the following should be considered: * If you live in a warmer climate, or you get hot at night, then a lighter duvet inner is the obvious choice. * If you are a person who feels the cold, then a more luxurious duvet set would be the answer for you. * Children can be restless at night, so when buying a duvet for them, a lighter one will often give them a less restrictive and better night's sleep. * For a spare room, an average quality duvet would be suitable, as it's not used all the time. * Sharing a bed with someone who has different comfort requirements will always be a tricky problem to overcome (as when one is always cold and the other is always hot). In this case, a higher lofting duvet commonly referred to as a 'fluffy duvet') should be chosen. * The size of the bed matters.
Although a single bed is often matched with single sized duvets and comforters, it's better to have a slightly larger duvet as the overhang allows more freedom of movement and always looks better. Sizing: Mattress Size Adequate Duvet Size Better Duvet Size Single 91cm 130/200cm 150/200cm Double 137cm 200/200cm 230/200cm Queen 150cm 230/200cm 230/220cm King 180cm 230/220cm 260/230cm
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