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I live in Houston and had been searching for ages for a comforter that wouldn't leave me sweaty. This comforter is the perfect weight and actually breathes. If you live in a tropical climate, this is the comforter for you. Doesn't have the full lofted look but you can't get that without intense heat. Still very nice looking....
Cottonloft Colors All-natural Down Alternative Cotton Filled Comforter
This colorful cotton-filled comforter adds a touch of brightness and warmth to your bed. It is also hypoallergenic, so it will keep you from getting sick. Both the fill and outer cover of this comforter are made of all-natural material.
ITEM#: 14967351Cottonloft is a naturally lofted cotton fill that has the same warming properties as down, but without the overheating. The comforter has a 240 thread count cover and is filled with 8 ounces per square yard of natural cottonloft fill. Available in five colors to suit your style, this solid comforter offers style to warm or brighten any bedroom in your home. It provides the fluffy feel of down with a soft cotton cover for ultimate comfort. You can feel good about snuggling up with the all-natural, hypoallergenic fabric, created from chemical-free technology to help you rest easy.
- Endorsed by Cotton Inc
- Carries the exclusive Natural Cotton seal
- All natural
- Exclusive chemical-free technology
- Set includes: Comforter
- Style: Solid
- Pattern: Solid
- Color options: Black, scarlet, wheat, blue, plum, sage
- Cover material: Cotton
- Construction: Box stitch
- Thread count: 240
- Fill material: Cotton
- Outer design: Plain
- Hypoallergenic: Super clean and will not cause allergies
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Twin: 68 inches x 86 inches
- Full/ queen: 88 inches x 88 inches
- King: 104 inches x 88 inches
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|Color||Black Blue Green Purple Red Tan|
|Warmth Rating||All Season|
|Fill Type||Cotton Down Alternative|
|Product Features||Color Bedding Hypoallergenic|
|Tags||Fluffy Quality Soft Warm Winter|
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I live in Houston and had been searching for ages for a comforter that wouldn't leave me sweaty. This comforter is the perfect weight and actually breathes. If you live in a tropical climate, this is the comforter for you. Doesn't have the full lofted look but you can't get that without intense heat. Still very nice looking.Read More
Thick, easy to clean. Maintains color if washed in cool water.Read More
Product was okay, the blue was rather dull. It does not provide good warmth so is okay for places with a milder winter. Better when lined with sheet.Read More
It was a little flat, and then I washed and tumble-dried it---and it's great. Very soft and warm. I live in NYC, and so my apartment is very overheated, so I don't know how this would do in Milwaukee, but for here, it's just perfect. I love it.Read More
bought three of these not really expecting what to find. I was so pleasantly surprised. I have one in a twin and two in queen. The sizes are perfect for a guest room twin and the queen are for two double beds. They are so soft and comfortable. The price was very reasonable for the quality of this productRead More
I am probably going to buy another of these comforters so there will be one to lay on and one to cover up with. It is so soft and comfortable and holds it shape perfectly. We ordered red and it's a very nice color - a true red.Read More
I have a queen bed but bought this in king so I could bring it up over the pillows. Great fit. The problem is it is heavier than I thought it would be. The other problem is the fabric. Everything sticks to it. I bought black and have spent every day with a stickyroller getting the lint and cat hair off. It never comes off 100%. It is, however, warm, and seems well made. Perhaps had I bought a different color I would have been more pleased. The lint still would have been there, but I would not have been able to see it. Other than that, I may get a duvet cover in a different color and fabric.Read More
item as described. fluffed up after washed. cozy on cold freezing winter nights with regular cotton sheets and an additional thin comforter. red color is fab! good construction and fabric. 100% cotton a definite plus. would purchase again and just might do so! shipping was fast!!!!!Read More
This is a very light weight comforter. Actually, I would call it an extra puffy blanket. Even with a duvet cover, it's nice and light. Good for a warm climate in the summer when you are the type of person who needs the weight of a comforter to fall asleep. I'm hoping this works well during the winter, when the temps here get down to the forties.Read More
If you want a thinner comforter that has a bit of weight to it and free of those annoying and pervasive synthetics, this is nice to have in the house. Maybe to be used as a topping blanket in addition to something else during cold winter nights. Otherwise, it is not warm and cozy on its own.Read More
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I chose this because of the color and the cotton filled all season comfort.
How much would this blanket weigh in a king size?
This item will have a ship weight of approximately 8.57 pounds.Thank you for your question. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
Where is this blanket made?
This is made in China.
Best Down Alternative Comforters For Winter
When winter arrives, many people turn to down alternative comforters to keep warm. What's the difference between down alternative and down? Down alternative comforters are filled with natural or synthetic materials, while down comforters are filled with goose or duck down. Here are the best down alternative comforters for winter.
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Down Comforter Buying Guide
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Down Bedding Fact Sheet
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How to Clean a Down Comforter
With all the use that down comforters get, they need cleaning every once in a while. Keep in mind that cleaning a down comforter is not like doing regular laundry; there are special steps you need to take to properly care for and extend the life of your down bedding. Here's how to clean a down comforter the right way.
Down Pillow Fact Sheet
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You know it's time to cover the beds with cozy comforters when there's a chill in the air and cold weather sets in. Bedding stored in moisture-resistant bags with the air removed will be clean, but it may be flat, too. Generally stored during the warm seasons, down comforters may become lumpy if the filling was unevenly distributed while they were packed away. Comforters currently in use that appear flat should be freshened, too. A simple fluffing will restore volume, making your bedding plush and cuddly for cold winter nights. Look below to learn how to fluff comforter sets.
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