Slumberdown All Seasons 15 Tog King Size Duvet - 4.5 Tog Cool Summer Plus 10.5 Tog All Year Round 3 in 1 Combination Quilt - Soft Touch Cover, Hypoallergenic, Machine Washable, Size (225cm x 220cm)

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Slumberdown All Seasons 15 Tog King Size Duvet - 4.5 Tog Cool Summer Plus 10.5 Tog All Year Round 3 in 1 Combination Quilt - Soft Touch Cover, Hypoallergenic, Machine Washable, Size (225cm x 220cm)

Slumberdown All Seasons 15 Tog King Size Duvet - 4.5 Tog Cool Summer Plus 10.5 Tog All Year Round 3 in 1 Combination Quilt - Soft Touch Cover, Hypoallergenic, Machine Washable, Size (225cm x 220cm)

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Furthermore, a duvet should sit nicely on your bed, therefore, you need to match the mattress sizewith your new duvet, otherwise, it's either going to hang off the bed or be too small. And the cover is also rather inconsequential. That being said, if you can get a winter duvet that has a nice, soft cover, go for it. This way it won't irritate your skin. And if it's also an anti-allergy duvet, even better! Finding a good summer duvet Most duvets are machine washable, which is a good thing. However, not all of them can be handled the same way. Feather down filled duvets need to be washed with special care. They should be washed using slow-cycle and with warm water. When it comes to finding a good summer duvet, or a duvet for hot sleepers in general, breathability is key! This means that unlike with a winter duvet, your best duvet has to have a decent cover. Bamboo, eucalyptus, and silk duvet covers are all excellent options in this regard.

So far we've mostly focused on natural duvets. However, synthetic duvets can be just as appealing! For one, synthetic duvets offer the largest number of different models. A: What makes a good duvet for allergy suffers is the quality of filler it contains. In general, though, all people suffering from any type of allergy are recommended to choose blankets with fibre filler as it contains no harmful substances and is totally hypoallergenic. Also, it's considered to be one of the most lightweight and easy to maintain types of fillers out there suitable for all year round use. The Fogarty 368133 with woollen filling can be washed at a temperature of 40 degrees without adding any bleach, of course. You should dry it at low or medium temperatures. It is recommended to shake it periodically to keep the duvet well-padded.One of the most commonly asked questions is how long will a duvet last and how often should you change it. There are a lot of factors that determine how long you should keep your duvet. High-quality duvets will last you 5 years on average, but some people would likely put that upper limit even higher. Another solution is to opt for an 'all-season' duvet. This consists of two separate lighter tog duvets that can be joined together (usually by way of press studs) to make a warmer winter duvet. Most commonly an all-season duvet will include a 4.5 tog and 9 tog duvet that can create a 13.5 tog duvet once combined, or a 4.5 tog and 10.5 tog duvet that will create a warmer 15 tog combination. Buy it if: you want an affordable winter duvet that still feels both warm and luxurious. This recycled polyester fill duvet has 10% silk mixed in, and whilst the proportion doesn't sound huge, it really makes a difference to the way this duvet feels, with a more luxurious touch and really nice drape on the bed, whilst still being lightweight. Even better it's a relatively budget buy, and made from certified recycled polyester from waste (like plastic bottles or manufacturing off-cuts) which helps the movement towards a more circular economy by reducing waste going to landfill. Compared with virgin polyester, recycled polyester helps conserve crude oil reserves during fibre production. First up, it's synthetic fillings. These duvets are filled with manmade fibres, like polyester and polymide that are made from petroleum-based plastics. Obviously, it isn't always convenient to have a different duvet for each season, so the middle ground of the 10.5 tog duvet is one of the most popular options.

Don't buy it if: you truly want to splash out on the best duvet for your boudoir. This option is very good for its price, but the higher feather mix does mean it feels more 'clumpy' than the 90% down alternatives on our list. That said, this is still a great buy, and the addition of feathers does make the duvet a little more breathable than a duvet with a higher down percentage, albeit not quite as warm. First off, the duvet tog rating. If you're looking to get yourself the best winter duvet, try to find at least a 13.5 tog. That way you know that it will last you the entire winter and you won't feel bad paying a little extra. But this is quite an oversimplification. So, let's go a bit more in-depth and see which duvet filling is best suited for your needs and which ones you should avoid. Feather and down duvets Therefore, always try to find natural covers if you can. Materials like cotton or bamboo are ideal for the casing because they’re high-quality and hypoallergenic. Also, make sure that the thread count is high, so you’ll end up with the best, most comfortable feel on your skin, while also being the most efficient in repelling allergens. Hypoallergenic properties After all, a lot of people toss their summer duvet to the side halfway through the night anyway. And you can look into getting an anti-allergy duvet as you'll likely use your summer duvet during spring as well. Finding a good all-season duvet

Well, now you know general types of duvets, and we hope this information will help you to choose the duvet which will be the most suitable for you and your family.

Wool duvets are also a very common natural duvet filling. And for good reason! For one, wool is one of the best materials when it comes to temperature regulation. This means that winter duvets that use a wool filling will easily keep you warm and snug throughout the night. And even during the summer, a thinner wool duvet can keep you comfortable. In addition to size, the duvets differ in fillings, as well. The duvet’s filling is one of the most important features you should consider. It will greatly affect the way the duvet feels and how it performs.If you are looking for a natural duvet to keep you warm and cosy in cold weather, this Homescapes Super King Size 13.5 Tog is an excellent choice. Featuring an anti-dust mite cover made from down proof cotton, it has 15% goose down / 85% goose feather filling. This light yet lofty combination will bring you overall relaxation. To make sure the quilt keeps you warm, it is stitched in a box baffle construction with an internal wall. This keeps the filling in its position, so the duvet provides warmth all over with no cold spots and other inconveniences. Homescapes uses extra-graded small feathers for a larger fill power and more warmth. The duvet is carefully manufactured in ISO-9000 certified factory, servicing most UK's department stores. The item is washable, so you can clean it in your washing machine at home. If you don't want to have multiple duvets, with a separate duvet for every season, an all-season duvet is ideal. But unlike a winter duvet or a summer duvet, an all-season duvet has to be both good at trapping heat and letting it pass. A: There are three main factors that determine the cost of a duvet: the down quality, the feather/down ratio in the filler, and the fabric the blanket cover is made from. One of the most popular duvet fillings is down, or feather down, however, you prefer to call it. It is the most lightweight option when it comes to duvet fillings. Even though it is lightweight, it still manages to keep you warm during the winter months. Furthermore, the down filling is best when it comes to breathability. Finally, a quality duvet will greatly improve your quality of sleep. As we all know, we spend about a third of our life sleeping and it would be a shame if that time was spent poorly. A quality duvet could be the difference between waking up happy and rested and grumpy and tired.

As you might've guessed – not every duvet is the same. The most obvious difference between the duvets is their size. Naturally, a grown person and a small child don't need the same size duvet. While it is true that a small person could benefit from a larger duvet, it does not work the other way around. While it's not nearly as important as the previous factors to a lot of people, allergy sufferers need to take note of whether their new duvet is hypoallergenic. And this word, “hypoallergenic” relates to a few things. For one, make sure that you're not allergic to the duvet filling. An all-season duvet is made up of two separate duvets of differing togs – one lightweight and one midweight – that can be attached together into one single heavyweight duvet or used separately. The idea being that you can mix and match to ensure you have the perfect weight duvet for spring, summer, autumn, and winter. Secondly, think of the materials being used. It's normal for silk duvets to be a bit more expensive. That's because silk is a premium material! However, a polyester and microfibre filling duvet shouldn't be anywhere near the price of silk duvets. And the same goes for a merino wool duvet or a goose feather and down duvet. Natural sheep wool is one of the best materials for home textile. Wool offers not only heat-saving properties but also can relieve joint and muscle pain. Additionally, it increases the human immune resistance and its ability to fight colds and different infections. Due to its structure, the wool can provide a micro-massage effect, regulate blood pressure, calm the nervous system, relieve fatigue, and normalize sleep. Lanolin (animal wax), which is contained in wool, promotes the healing of wounds and fractures and has an anti-inflammatory effect.As we've previously mentioned, most duvets are machine washable, although, not all in the same way. For a feather down duvet, you'd want to use a gentle, slow cycle and warm water, while the synthetic-filled duvets could be washed with less care. If you're a hot sleeper or suffer from night sweats then you might also find this high down-mix fill too warm; opt for a more breathable wool-filled duvet like Floks Luxury British All Seasons Wool Duvetinstead to avoid overheating. Additionally, a quality synthetic duvet could be the difference between sneezing or not. For people that suffer from allergies, there is nothing more important than the hypoallergenic properties of their bedding. It wouldn't matter if you had a hypoallergenic mattress or sheets if your duvet was filled with dust mites. The most expensive blanket is that made of silk. It was first made in China in the third century BC. Thermosaving properties of a silk duvet impress everyone, but not everyone can afford it, as its price is still very high.

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