duvet. Saturday , May 20th , 2017 - 20:14:14 PM
Duvet covers feature buttons and zippers, which make it easier to remove these covers and wash them. However, the duvet in itself must not be washed unless specifically mentioned on the label as 'washable'. The reason being, a duvet is made of soft, natural filling, which may transform into clumps after drying.
Though no one knows what city or town this luxury bed linen came from, the duvet probably originated in rural areas of Europe. Although the word is French, many think it originated with the Norse. "Dunn", which, in Norse, means "down", as in from birds, is thought to have been very subtly changed by the many different dialects until it eventually became "duvet". Australians usually call the duvet a "doona", which is actually an IKEA product back in the 60's. Before then, Australians generally called it a continental quilt. As with Americans, Australians tend to clump all luxury bed linens, be they quilts, duvets, or comforters in to a single term, although they are very different.
Now lay the duvet perfectly straight along the bed. Notice how there are no lumps or humps within, both the duvet and its cover are perfectly aligned.
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