duvet. Sunday , August 06th , 2017 - 03:10:19 AM
Before purchasing a duvet, remember to check its tog rating. The "tog" is a measure of thermal resistance -- that is, how hard it is for heat to escape through the duvet. A 3.0 - 4.5 tog rating is usually sufficient for summer. For spring and autumn, a rating of 7.0 to 10.5 will keep you warm. In winter, you will probably prefer a duvet with a tog rating of 12.0 to 13.5. If you are buying a duvet for a child, go for a lighter tog rating -- children are more likely than adults to find a high-tog duvet uncomfortably warm. If you want to be prepared for anything, look into duo duvet sets. These include both a low-tog and a medium-tog duvet, which can be joined together to create a high-tog winter duvet. Some manufacturers also offer duvets that have different tog ratings in each half, for the benefit of partners who feel the cold unequally.
A duvet is designed to fit the size specifications of a bed. It is, thus, sold in King, Queen, Twin, and other fixed sizes. Therefore, unlike comforters, duvets do not spill much over the sides of the bed.
Sheets: Obviously, you will be provided with a basic bed and a mattress, but you need to get sheets for the same. Most dorms are furnished with extra-long twin beds, therefore, ensure you buy sheets that fit these beds. You will not need a sheet with a very high thread count, but make sure that the quality is good. Also, buy your sheets according to the climate of the place your college is situated in. Opt for flannel sheets for cold climes and cotton sheets for warmer ones.
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