Jyotsna Nitika. duvet. August 17th , 2017.
Most college dorm rooms have furniture, which is very basic and utilitarian, and staying in this room comes with quite a long list of dos and don'ts. Sure, you can try and personalize the space, but forget about painting the walls or changing the stained wallpaper. Also, unless you are aiming at being suspended in the first week of college, do not use that hammer on your room wall. If you really want to give the room some elan, try and opt for stylish and comfortable bedding.
Some things are a little difficult to explain without visual aids and stuffing a duvet cover is one such thing. The trick used in steps 7-12 can be explained using a simple example. Imagine you want to pick up something dirty from the ground and place it in a bag but you do not have gloves or a broom with you, just a plastic bag. You turn the bag inside out, pull it over your hand and use it like a glove to pick up the object. Once you have the object in your plastic-covered hand, you turn the bag from its corners inside out, still holding the object in your hand. The bag is now unfurled the right way, with the object in it. This trick is employed in a similar way for stuffing a duvet into its cover. The steps are:
In Australia the people call duvets, a 'Doona', in fact this is just a colloquialism which has come out of a popular brand name of duvet. The Doona is a trademark, but this does not stop Australian people from calling all duvets Doona's. Some people in this country also call them Continental Quilts, but that is only the very posh people.
Duvet covers can be matched to the interiors of a room, which is why they make for a good investment in the long run.
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