duvet. Wednesday , April 12th , 2017 - 23:14:17 PM
Duvets are traditionally made of eiderdown, though there are a few companies that use different materials. Eiderdown is harvested from elder ducks, and is the soft, underlying layer of feathers that is used for insulation. The eider ducks are not harmed when eiderdown is harvested. In fact, the ducks are generally wild, nesting in specific areas where the eider is harvested and, due to their interaction with humans, are quite friendly. This makes duvets that are stuffed with eiderdown a very environmentally friendly way to make luxurious bedding.
A duvet is essentially a fluffy and bulky bag that is intended to replace all other underlying blankets with one top layer. Thus, it's possible to dispense with additional layers of bedding such as sheets, quilts, bed covers, and blankets. Duvets are always sold with removable and elaborate covers that come with matching pillow covers as well. A duvet cover helps keep the inner layer clean for longer.
First, be certain what size of duvet you want. Duvets are sized according to the bed that they are intended to fit -- single, double, king, or super king. Purchasing a duvet one size larger than the bed you have may be helpful if you and your bedmate tend to fight over the blankets.
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