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Frequently Asked Questions About Comforters

Here we go over some of the most common questions asked about comforters, their utilization in a bedroom, and their décor effects.

What materials are comforters made from?

There are several different materials comforters are frequently made from. Down comforters are the most common, though there are also synthetic down, wool, and even silk. These have a few different qualities, with wool comforters being best for extremely cold environments and silk being generally the softest. Synthetic down comforters, also called down alternative comforters, have the additional benefit of being cruelty-free.

What is the difference between a comforter and a duvet?

A comforter is a thick, quilted blanket filled with synthetic fibers, down feathers, or a combination of both, often with decorative stitching to keep the filling in place. It usually comes with a built-in cover and serves as a standalone bedding piece. In contrast, a duvet is a soft, flat bag filled with down, feathers, or synthetic fibers, meant to be inserted into a duvet cover and used as the top layer of bedding, offering flexibility in terms of style and easy cleaning.

Can I use a comforter in the summer?

Of course, you can! Various comforters are designed to be light and are constructed with breathable fabrics that can be used year-round.

Should I cover my comforter?

We recommend a duvet cover to protect your comforter and make it easier to clean. Duvet covers also allow you to change your bed’s look without buying new bedding.

How often should I replace my comforter?

A down alternative comforter can last 5 to 10 years, whereas a down comforter might maintain its quality for as long as 20 years.