Best Duvet Covers for 2023 - CNET - Broadlink Data Services, LLC.
September 18, 2023
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Sijo Eucalyptus Duvet Cover
Best duvet cover for hot sleepers
Need to cover up a hole in an old comforter? Or need to hide a stain? Don’t throw out your out-of-style or old comforters and don’t waste your money on a new one. Instead, invest in a duvet cover — the removable, machine-washable and customized option to comforters. If you’re considering a new duvet cover for an old insert or comforter, we’ve rounded up the most comfortable and durable options.
This machine-washable, linen blend duvet cover is one of the more affordable covers on this list. Its heavyweight design is great for winters, but it is not recommended for hot sleepers. Reviewers of this product compliment its luxury look and feel.
This duvet cover is made of 100% premium viscose from bamboo fabric. I love how the material of this cover feels like silk on my skin. It’s lightweight, and because bamboo is naturally cooling, it is recommended for hot sleepers. I also like how luxurious it looks on my bed and even has that trendy oversized look.
Bedsure’s duvet cover is made with polyester microfiber, making it soft and breathable. The cover is light, weighing just a little over three pounds without an insert. If you’re looking for a heavy or warm duvet cover, this thin cover won’t work for you. The insert is held in place by corner ties, side ties and a large zipper at the bottom — an uncommon but helpful feature in duvet covers.
Best duvet covers FAQs
Duvet covers are usually made of cotton, linen, silk, wool, polyester or a blend of multiple materials. The best type of duvet cover to buy is one that is accommodating to the type of sleeper you are and what you are looking for in bedding. For example, a wool or heavy duvet cover would be best if you live in a colder climate, don’t sleep hot or are looking for something to keep you warm in the winter.
What is the most breathable fabric for a duvet cover?
The best duvet insert material depends on the type of sleeper you are (for example, hot and neutral sleepers will need different covers) and whether you live in a warm or cold climate. If you’re a hot sleeper or live in a place with warmer climates, consider inserts that are made of cotton, polyester, linen, eucalyptus fibers or any other lightweight material. If you sleep neutral, live in a cooler climate or need a warm duvet for the winter months, goose or duck down feathers, wool or down alternatives are good options.
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