duvet. Wednesday , October 04th , 2017 - 21:12:45 PM
Cleaning these becomes a task, as you do not want to spoil the stuffing in the duvet. At such times, if your duvet has a cover, one can easily maintain the duvet better for a longer time, since the cover is detachable, just like a pillow cover. You can easily launder your duvet covers, without spoiling the stuffing of the duvet. Moreover, with a cover to your duvet, you can also prevent it from dust and dirt for a long time. If you are looking for some crazy themes and ideas on making covers for duvets, this article gives you the creative edge you need, on how to make those covers.
A duvet is a type of bedding that is flat and filled with feathers, cotton, wool or synthetic fibers. It is used as a single covering, and unlike a comforter, is not meant to be used along with sheets and blankets. A duvet is generally placed inside a cover that is generally made of cotton, and this is what we call a duvet cover. A duvet cover protects the duvet from getting all soiled up, and is easier to clean than the duvet itself. It also serves aesthetic purposes.
Not all duvet covers are the same, and needless to say, are priced differently depending on the size and the type of fabric. While you cannot do much about the size aspect, you can definitely opt for cotton or linen if you do not wish to spend a lot. However, if you have a bigger budget, then go for a gorgeous one in velvet or high-quality silk. Before you decide to splurge on a delicate fabric, consider factors like ease of cleaning and maintenance, which might add up to the cost.
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