duvet. Tuesday , April 25th , 2017 - 05:14:14 AM
Color and Fabric: Be it a bedding for girls or for boys, the fabric of the bedding should be durable, and should last for a considerable amount of time (Remember you do not want to spend your money on buying a new bedding every semester!) Next comes the color of the bedding. While the color for guys could range from dark blue to brown to even black, girls can stick to cute favorites like pink and green, with a slightly darker shade. Why dark colors? Because, if you choose to stick with white or any lighter shade, then it gets grimy quickly.
There's nothing like snuggling under a warm and toasty duvet on a chilly night. But the said duvet must be spread straight and stuffed correctly into its cover, else the duvet will be twisted and full of bumps. Scroll below to learn how to easily stuff a duvet into its cover.
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.
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