For those who have allergies, look for a duvet inner with a down-alternative fill. These are usually made of polyester or rayon and have a down-like feel but are less expensive and more hypoallergenic than pure down.
Choose a duvet cover that suits your style. You can find a wide selection of materials, colours and patterns.
The size of a duvet inner is important, especially if you share your bed. Larger duvet inners will drape over the mattress more evenly, and may be easier to maneuver if you share your bed with someone taller.
You can filter our selection by size to find the perfect duvet inner for your bed. We stock single, queen, king and californian king duvet inners to match the size of your mattress.
We have duvet inners made of natural materials or cruelty-free synthetic alternatives. Traditionally, duvets are filled with down (feathers), but we also have duvet inners with sustainable bamboo fill and other vegan alternatives. Choose a fill with high fill power for superior insulation. A higher fill power means a fluffier, lighter duvet inner that is quick to return to its original shape after compression.
Many duvet inners come in different materials. The type of material is important because it affects the feel, weight and warmth of the inner. Some are better insulators than others, and some may be more suitable for certain allergy sufferers.
For example, the Peacock Alley Light Warmth Comforter uses alpaca fibres that are 25% warmer than wool and naturally odourless. It has a soft, silky texture and is also moisture-wicking. It is machine-washable and comes in twin/twin XL, full/queen, king, or California king sizes. It also has blue cording along the edges and loops for anchoring the comforter to a duvet cover.
Several online retailers offer duvet inners at a competitive price. Some even offer a 365-day sleep trial. In-person shopping, however, is still the best option for discerning shoppers who want to compare quality and prices.
Many retailers allow customers to feel and compare bedding in-store before purchasing. This is particularly helpful when shopping for a duvet inner, since it can be difficult to get a true sense of its quality from just an online photo. Stores that carry high-quality bedding include Bed, Bath and Beyond, Macy’s and Target.
This linen duvet cover is garment-washed for a soft texture that gets even more luxurious with each use. It’s OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified and features four corner ties and a button closure. The linen is also resistant to mold, mildew and UV fading. The set comes in twin/twin XL, full/queen and king/California king sizes. It’s machine-washable, and sleepers can tumble dry it on low. The buttons are made from corozo, a sustainable and durable nut.
The pattern of your duvet cover can play a big role in the aesthetic of your bed. It can be a simple way to make your room pop or a statement piece that draws the eye upward. You can choose from a variety of patterns, including checkered, plaid, and striped. Some covers come with matching pillow shams, which help tie the look together.
One designer favorite is this duvet from Flaneur, which allows you to customize the color of your bedding. This option is perfect for introducing a new shade or matching the existing hues in your bedroom.
Start by measuring the width of your fabric. Then, calculate how many yards you need for each side of the duvet. Mark this length on the fabric.
If you’re looking for a duvet inner with an extra soft feel, this plush insert is perfect. It has a cotton sateen shell and plush European white down, which is warm without being too heavy. It also has loops on each corner to hold your duvet cover. It’s available in twin, full/queen, and king sizes. Shipping is free and returns are backed by a 365-day trial.
Be sure to consider the fill power and fill weight when comparing different duvet inners. The higher the fill power, the more insulating the duvet will be. It’s also important to look for a NOMITE mark, which certifies that the casing weave is tight enough to block dust mites and other allergens. This prevents them from living in the warm, damp conditions that cause allergies.