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Damask Stripe 600 Fill Medium Warmth White Down Comforter
Sleep more soundly with this plush white down comforter. This extra-soft comforter has a 290-thread-count microfiber cover and a fill power of 600 for medium firmness. It can be used on a queen or king-size bed and has a medium warmth rating.
ITEM#: 14189984Sleep in cozy comfort under this luxury white down comforter. This bedding features a 290 thread count microfiber cover and baffle box construction.
- Cover material: Polyester
- Type of down: White duck down
- Construction: Baffle box construction
- Thread count: 290
- Fill power: 600
- Care instructions: Dry clean only
- Warmth rating: Medium warmth
- Outer design: Damask stripe
- Color options: White
- Twin: 68 inches wide x 88 inches long with 23 ounces of fill
- Full/Queen: 88 inches wide x 88 inches long with 33 ounces of fill
- King: 104 inches wide x 88 inches long with 43 ounces of fill
Down and feather-filled products are packed tightly during shipping. Upon receipt, remove them from their packaging, fluff gently, and allow several hours to recover their full loft. In addition, being sealed in plastic packaging sometimes causes the scent of these natural products to concentrate to a disagreeable level. A few hours of airing usually removes the odor.
We recommend that this comforter is fluffed at least once a week to maintain down distribution.
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|Style||Contemporary Luxury Bedding Traditional|
|Warmth Rating||Medium Warmth|
|Fill Type||Down White Down|
|Tags||Fluffy Quality Soft Warm|
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I read a lot of reviews that said these types of blankets are smelly, or feathers poke out, and that they also don't hold a fluff much. When I got it, it was packed really tightly so it wasn't fluffy, but I shook it out, and rumpled it up a lot, and within an hour it was very fluffy, and just smelled like the plastic it came in. I put it in my duvet cover and immediately loved how fluffy it was on my bed. I have slept with it for a month now and don't notice a smell, and since it's mostly down instead of feathers (some other down comforters are 95% duck feathers... yuck!) I don't ever feel anything but soft comfortable blankets. I have AC at my house so it's not too warm of a blanket in the summer. If you don't have AC I don't recommend using it at night unless your night temps are a little low. It's too warm for 80+ degree nights! I fluff it often and it makes my bed look very inviting. I LOVE IT!Read More
Great comforter...fluffy and snugly. Just like goldilocks would like...not too hot and not too cold...Just Right!!! Excellent for any one. The price was especially good. Would recommend!!Read More
My husband and I researched for a looong time before finally deciding on this down comforter. Whoever says this comforter isn't warm enough either left a review for the wrong comforter, didn't receive the correct comforter, or they need to get checked for hypothyroidism...this comforter is GREAT! It doesn't smell, it looks high-end, was very affordable, is super puffy (measures 5 inches high off my bed), is incredibly warm, I received it very quickly for my location, and it's not too heavy nor too light. Just something to think about, the duvet that I use slips around a little on this comforter which is due to the materials clashing (duvet is microfiber; comforter shell is polyester). This is a minimal issue though, in which I blame the microfiber duvet :). I barely need the heat on in my room (just enough to keep my face from freezing), even though my windows are frozen shut. Sweet deal!Read More
I read a lot of down comforters review. I give it a try ,but very disappointed. This comforter is very thin! I can't return it.Read More
The cover was supposed to be microfiber... And I LOVE MICROFIBER!!! I recently switched all my sheets and duvet covers to microfiber. However the cover was very thick and super satiny, and shiny! Not what I was looking for; therefore it's going back. That being said it seems to be well constructed and have a good amount of fill.Read More
Seems a little thinner than the last 'medium weight' weight comforter I had, however the last one didn't have a fill power rating. The comforter cloth material is very nice.Read More
I was worried that this down comforter would be too thin and not feel high qualify enough given the great price but I was very pleasantly surprised - quality seems excellent, especially for money paid! No feathers flying out or poking through, stays in place in the duvet, not too heavy but not too light. Just right!Read More
After 18 years, I decided to replace my current down comforter. The price was right and the quality is exceptional. I've had many wonderfully comfortable nights of sleep since receiving the comforter.Read More
I ordered this comforter in a queen, it's true to size. It's the type of comforter that when you go to bed it stays with you, when you wake up, it's not on the floor, it's where you put it. I just love it and so does my husband. I will buy another for my guest bedroom. I love this comforter, terrific weight as well. There is some feather shedding, nothing ridiculous.Read More
This is a lovely quilt that is generous in size and light weight but very warm. It's exactly what I wanted. It has a shiny white exterior and just looks great.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello michele098, yes, this is 100% down. Thanks for shopping with us! A.S.
In what country was this product made? (Item #: 14189984)
Hi lucyll, we were able to verify this information with our support team. This item is made in the USA. Thanks for shopping with us.
Does this comforter have loops for duvet ties?
No, it doesn''t have loops.
No it doesnt
is this goose down or duck down or something else?
This is filled with white duck down.
How to Pick the Right Fill for Down Comforters
Depending on the fill, a down comforter can function as a cold weather staple or a comfortable lightweight cover. Fill refers to the different grade of goose down feather used in down bedding. The higher the fill number, the larger the down clusters and warmth factor. There are several factors to be considered when choosing a down comforter, so keep reading for some useful tips on how to pick the right fill for down comforters.
How to Buy a Down Comforter
Two major considerations when purchasing a down comforter are content and construction. The Federal Trade Commission has standards set that specify labeling procedures for products that contain down. If the label of a down comforter reads 100 percent down, the comforter must contain down feathers exclusively. The same is true if the label reads pure down or all down. Most down comforters are made with goose down, but some may include down feathers from other species of fowl. Look below to learn how to buy a down comforter.
Down Comforter Buying Guide
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Down Comforters vs Alternative Down Comforters
A good comforter is an essential item for any comfortable bed. Down comforters are an especially popular type of comforter in many homes, though down alternatives offer many benefits for allergy sufferers. Although both offer durability and warmth, there may be some debate between down comforters versus alternative down comforters concerning which one is right for you. When choosing a comforter, consider factors such as cost, warmth and aesthetic appeal to help you make the right selection.
Down Bedding Fact Sheet
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History of the Goose Down Comforter
The use of down can be traced back to prehistoric times, but the goose down comforter that can be found on many beds today didn't gain popularity until much later. Ideal for keeping you warm during cold winter nights, goose down comforters are some of the most luxurious bedding pieces you can buy when you want to be surrounded by the comfort of down. This short history of the goose down comforter will bolster your knowledge of down and may convince you to invest in the luxury of a goose down comforter for yourself.
FAQs about Down Comforters
Warm in the winter and cool in the summer, down comforters offer the ultimate in comfort and insulation. Down is the soft, fluffy growth found under the outer layer of breast feathers on geese and ducks, insulating them from extreme temperatures. Down is lighter and more flexible than feathers, which is why it's so popular for use in down bedding. When used to fill comforters, it gives you the ultimate in year-round comfort. If you want all the facts about down comforters before purchasing one, check out the most frequently asked questions about down comforters.
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.
Best Way to Wash a Down Comforter
Down comforters are difficult to clean because they are bulky yet delicate items. Down comforters are large and cumbersome while their down filler is subject to clumping, especially if you clean them in a washing machine. Fortunately, there's hope for your down comforter. Deciding on the best way to wash a down comforter requires heeding the washing instructions found on its tag. Take a look below for further information on ensuring your down comforter is properly cleaned and dried.
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How to Pick a Down Comforter
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Duvets vs Down Comforters
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Best Fills for Down Comforters
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How to Choose Down Comforters on Sale
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