CHOOSE THE RIGHT DUVET COVER FOR YOU
A duvet cover keeps your duvet clean - it ensures warmth and comfort through the night. There are many different duvet covers in various styles and fabrics. When choosing a duvet cover, think about how it will tie in with the rest of the room. Ask yourself if you like to be cool or warm at night - the answer should reflect the duvet cover material you choose.
Double (4ft 6in)
Super King (6ft)
135cm x 200cm
200cm x 200cm
230cm x 220cm
260cm x 220cm
Types of Materials
Silky to touch, a polyester duvet cover retains heat - a good choice for someone who likes to be kept warm at night. It is straightforward to care for, and it is machine washable or dry cleanable unless otherwise stated on the manufacturer instructions.
Soft and comfortable on the skin, a cotton duvet cover consists of a breathable fabric that keeps you warm if you are cool and vice versa.
Combined with polyester and cotton, a robust and durable material is also soft and silky. The blend is designed to give you a breathable, warm duvet cover. Cotton combined with polyester is less prone to pilling and static.
When polyester and satin are combined, a durable, glossy, and silky duvet cover is achieved. Less expensive than satin, a polyester sateen duvet cover gives off a sheen that makes any room look stylish and elegant.
Applique refers to designs or patterns being sewn onto the fabric of a duvet cover, giving the duvet a fun and charming look. It can brighten up a bedroom by adding a detailed and chic feel
An embroidered duvet cover has a design or pattern stitched into the fabric to give it a decorative, delicate and intricate look. Embroidered fabrics add an elegant feel to any room.
Refers to a colour, design, picture or pattern being printed directly onto the fabric.
A quilted duvet cover is enforced with warmth as layers of padding are enclosed between layers of fabric and kept in place by stitching lines. This adds a cosy touch to any room.
This duvet cover made from a lightweight woven material gives a puckered, crinkled appearance. This type of duvet cover is soft and breathable, adding a summery feel to your bedroom.
Thread count refers to the number of threads per square inch in the woven fabric of your duvet cover. The higher the thread count, the softer the material. At Home Store + More, we have carefully selected our duvet covers for thread count - ranging from 200 to 600 - ensuring there is something for everyone.
People prone to allergic reactions and are sensitive to certain types of material should always check the types of duvet covers. If you are sensitive to certain dyes, fabrics or materials, the best kind of duvet for you is the one that has been recommended to you by your doctor.
A duvet with a high cotton content is usually the best type for those who suffer from allergies, as these are often made from the most natural synthetics. Bed linen woven quite tightly is more resistant to dust mites and bacteria, so a duvet cover with a high thread count may be what you need.
Many people who suffer from allergies will often want to wash their bed linen every 3-4 weeks, so check that your cover can withstand this (most duvet covers are machine washable and can withstand many washes).