Rosanna Nguyen Duvet Cover July 11th, 2018 - 07:57:46
You should also check the thread count of the cover. When you see the term 'thread count' or 'TC' in the product's label, this means the number of thread per square inch. Some covers have a 100 TC while others can have more than 1000 TC. If you want a really soft cover for your bedding, something that is very comfortable, you should choose a higher TC. The higher the TC, the softer the cover will be. If you want a good quality cover, a 300 TC is okay.
Another important consideration is what do you want your duvet cover made of. There are many fabrics and many different types of duvets. Some are just covers and some come with extra padding. If you are going for some real luxury, then you should really try a silk duvet. These are incredibly soft, but they are also tough to find.
The value of the comforter, along with the fact that it is difficult to clean, lead to the "invention" of the duvet cover. Similar to the concept of a pillowcase, the duvet cover protected the down or silk comforter from body oils and all the other elements that might soil it.
A duvet, known in many countries as a quilt, is a thin yielding blanket with a soft filling inside. It's been there from bygone days serving the purpose of either a bed softener or a blanket in many parts of the world. Often there is confusion over the word 'duvet' because in the United States Duvet is referred to as the quilt cover as opposed to the quilt itself. Duvet-covers are used just like a pillow cover, to protect the duvet and keep it clean.
Make sure that the duvet cover is not to cheap or flimsy or it will not provide protection for the duvet or comforter inside. If you get a good quality duvet cover, you will be able to wash it many times and will hardly ever have to clean the duvet, which is much more difficult.
The bets part about duvet covers is the fact that you can change the fashion of your bed and room very quickly. Comforters are usually very expensive and hard to store so owning many of them is out of the question. Duvets however are easy to store and much more affordable. So you can style with different types of fabric, different patterns, and even with different enclosures. You can go for a traditional button up enclosure or choose the very practical zipper.