Siberian White Down - Down Comforters
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Wed Feb 27 00:00:00 MST 2013lpv1123 Rating:4.0
The first thing I looked for was if this had a tag. I would have gone back immediately without giving it a chance to fluff. The tag was there and when I read it . . .25% feathers...really? It did seem a little heavy. If this is not a problem for you, this is otherwise very lovely comforter. Wide white on white stripes with a satiny corded detail on the edges. The edge is not baffled...(mine is) and I have to say this is a crisper look and so, a good thing. I received this last nite so it is still fluffing. It does feel full and if I look through it up to the light there is an even amount of down in the squares. The price is spot on but I may dig deeper and spend more for a lighter (no feathers) comforter. If it goes back, that would be the only reason. I will in the future see if the description says 100% down.
Wed Mar 17 00:00:00 MDT 2010ladyharleyrider Rating:4.0
I am very pleased with this product. After reading the feedback from privious purchasers, I wanted to "wait and see" what I got. When it arrived, I took it out of the packaging and there was no odor. I have followed the instructions that came with the comforter (fluff it up once a week) and it has remained nice and fluffy. I have had zero feathers coming out. It is pleanty warm, even when the temps have gotten down into the 20s here and I've had the window at the head of the bed open. Over all, a very good product.
Fri Jan 09 00:00:00 MST 2009playfulal Rating:5.0
This Down Comforter is top quality in appearane and comfort. It is a great comforter for the price paid. Overstock was much cheeper in price compared to other sights. Plus, they shipped it to me super fast. I highly recommend this product.
Sun Dec 20 00:00:00 MST 2009janix71 Rating:5.0
I love it....it is everything it is suppose to be...it is light, and warm at the same time and very comfortable, and not expensive. It is priced very well for a Queen Down Comforter. Overstock delivered it right to my door without any hangups. Thank you Overstock for the products you introduce to us, the consumer. We will continue to purchase from your company. Merry Christmas. JanieG.
Tue Dec 29 00:00:00 MST 2009colentary Rating:4.0
The Siberian White Down Comforter is nice and cozy. Warm Warmer and Warmest
Fri Nov 26 00:00:00 MST 2010natalia55 Rating:5.0
I LOVE IT!!! I LOVE IT!!! I LOVE IT!!! I LOVE IT!!! I LOVE IT!!!
Thu Nov 19 00:00:00 MST 2009jvw32 Rating:5.0
Just what I wanted--warmth without weight. I would appreciate a tag on the item indicating that it is 500 thread count/700 fill. You really don't know what you have by the current label. However, I have been using it for several weeks and am quite satisfied.
Mon Dec 14 00:00:00 MST 2009maddie42 Rating:5.0
Very, very happy with this product. Warm and soft and great value. Getting ready to purchase another one!!
Wed Sep 22 00:00:00 MDT 2010lmremy64 Rating:5.0
What an incredible bargain! The stitching was done perfectly and the quality is way beyond the low price I paid. Well worth the money!
Tue Jul 12 00:00:00 MDT 2011pajha Rating:4.0
the comforter is nice and over sized But seem and feel thin. 500 Thread count is nice and very soft.
Tue Sep 07 00:00:00 MDT 2010barbaras2307 Rating:1.0
The product arrived in a timely fashion and its construction was fine. However, once out of its wrapping, I noticed a peculiar smell about it. Thinking that it might just need to air out, I hung it outside. Still smelly. Then I layered it with fabric softener sheets thinking that might help. Nope. Took it to a drycleaner to freshen up and they said nothing that they could do would make a difference. I now have a fairly expensive down comforter stuffed into a corner of my closet because it smells too much to keep it on my bed. This comforter is going to end up being a very expensive donation to a homeless shelter.
Sat Jan 09 00:00:00 MST 2010alina247 Rating:5.0
Verry satisfied, can't wait to go bed now =) Verry comfortable, glad I found it. It worth more than it cost.
Wed Jun 03 00:00:00 MDT 2009seattleprima Rating:5.0
I recently purchased the heavyweight 500-thread-count white down comforter. It is light, and warm. Beautiful cover. A great product. However, it IS white. I would suggest a duvet cover, especially if you have kids or pets.
Fri Oct 30 00:00:00 MDT 2009querice13 Rating:5.0
This comforter is beautiful - very plush, luxurious and very warm. The one distraction would be I did not see Siberian on the label
Wed Aug 12 00:00:00 MDT 2009nurse4dad Rating:5.0
I purchased this comforter about 2 years ago and it is just as plump as the day I purchased it. It is a great comforter at a good price. If you like a heavy down comforter this is the one for you. I purchased a king size for my queen size bed and it fits perfectly - lot's of coverage but not too big. I use it all year round.
Tue Mar 03 00:00:00 MST 2009jesusgirl77 Rating:5.0
I LOVE IT! It is beautiful! When I recieved this down comforter(king size) I pulled it out, smelled it,(smelled fresh and new with no funny smell.) through it on my bed, gave it a good shake and it fluffed up beautifully! By the next day it was really fluffy. I love it. My husband gets hot under it if it is to warm in the bedroom but if we keep it cool then he sleeps well under it. He gets hot easily anyway and I get cold easily so I stay nice and warm under the down. If you get hot easily you might want to think about getting a comforter with less down fill or keeping the temp down low with this one. It is a pretty white so you will want to find a duvet cover to go over it to keep it clean. It is dry clean only or so the tag says. Finding a duvet cover is fun as there are many to choose from. This way you can change your bedroom according to the duvet cover of your preference.The fill is good in each square and it traps body heat in really well without cold spots. You don't have to worry about being poked with quills. I haven't seen any feathers escape the comforter. Did I mention that I lOVE IT! You won't be unhappy with it and the price it great!Thank you Overstock for being a blessing to us! God bless you!
Fri Mar 13 00:00:00 MDT 2009njsaver Rating:5.0
Wanted warmth and quality, got both! No odor. Down stays inside stitching. Great for NE winters! Good price as always with Overstock.
Fri Jul 04 00:00:00 MDT 2014hildy3 Rating:5.0
Beautiful comforter great quality and weight. Sent to my granddaughter in college in Boston She is in a cold dorm.
Fri Feb 28 00:00:00 MST 2014mrsjclay Rating:4.0
I mean I thought it would be fluffier it was really thin I was confuse when I bought it I guess it'll do for the summer! It feels like it wont make it Lol
Fri Mar 13 00:00:00 MDT 2009kpwk Rating:5.0
This comforter is AMAZING!!! It's my first down comforter and I absolutely love it! It keeps me warm, and I love the wieght of it. The fabric quality is excellent, and the down seems to be very evenly distributed. Another plus: since I started using this blanket I haven't had to turn on my space heater ONCE, so I'm saving energy too!
Warm and incredibly soft, down comforters are the height of luxurious bedding. Like all other bedding, down comforters can range from inexpensive to costly. The proof is in the filling. Inexpensive down comforters are filled with a combination of down and polyester or down and feathers. The best down comforters, which are usually also the most expensive, are full of pure, thick down. Take a look below to learn the best fills for down comforters. Hungarian goose down: Hungarian goose down is considered the most luxurious type of down. These extreme cold-weather birds have very thick, almost odorless tufts of down at the base of their feathers. This heavy, long-lasting down is most often used in comforters with a fill rating of 800, which means they can keep a person warm even in cold conditions. Eiderdown: Eiderdown is harvested by hand from the abandoned nests of Eider ducks, which pluck the down from their own backs and use it to cover their eggs. Eider ducks live in cold climates, so their down is thick and heavy. It is used in high-quality comforters with a fill rating of between 700 and 800. Eider duck down is the only type of duck down used in high-quality comforters. All other duck down is usually considered too smelly (and some duck down has tiny barbs) and is used in much less expensive comforters. Grey and white goose down: Grey goose down is used in dark comforters due it its grey color, but it is the same as white goose down in all other ways. Grey and white goose down, which is usually harvested from European or Chinese geese, is the most popular type of down used in middle-price-range pure down comforters. These comforters usually have a fill rating of 600 and above. Hypodown: Hypodown is a mixture of white goose down and milkweed. This all-natural filling is hypoallergenic and much more durable than pure down comforters. While pure down is still considered to be the preferable fill for comforters by most people, hypodown is gaining popularity with consumers who want a longer lasting product without synthetic fills. View All Down Comforters Back to Guides Directory View All Down Comforters
Down comforters are popular choices for bedding because they provide thick and soft covering as you sleep. Down is a soft layer of fluff that lies directly underneath the feathers of most birds. Down comforters help keep you warm during colder months without letting you get overheated. Luckily, it's possible to find down comforters on sale when you know what to look for. Look below to learn how to choose down comforters on sale.
Down is renowned for its softness, warmth and lightness of weight, which makes down comforters, also known as duvets, some of the warmest, lightest kinds of bedding available. Those who have experienced the supreme pleasure of sleeping with a down comforter seldom want to use any other kind. Whichever kind of down bedding you choose -- a down featherbed, a duvet, down pillows or a down blanket -- from our bedding and bath store, you can rest easy knowing you have chosen to buy the finest in luxury bedding. In this down buying guide you will find information on how to buy down comforters and choose the right down bedding for your home.
Down is the ultimate in softness, warmth and luxury. Down bedding is also renowned for its durability and lightness of weight. Those who have experienced the supreme pleasure of sleeping in down bedding seldom want to use any other kind. Whether you choose a down featherbed, a down comforter, down pillows or a down blanket from our bedding and bath store, you have chosen to buy the finest in luxury bedding. In this down buying guide, you will find information on how to buy down comforters and choose the right down bedding for your needs.
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Out of all the bedding made, quilts may be the most diverse. Quilts are produced in all kinds of colors, patterns, sizes, styles and types. If you're looking for a quilt but don't know where to start, take a look at the popular types of quilts below to learn more about this beautiful kind of bedding. Amish quilts: These beautiful quilts reflect the Amish way of living and feature solid colors, deep hues, geometric patterns and very little embellishment. Amish quilts contain the highest quality of construction and stitching, and, sometimes, the wonderful stitch patterns (scrolls, feathers) contrast with the simple backgrounds of their quilts. Applique quilts: These quilts use a French needlework technique where fabric pieces are sewn onto another piece of material to create a design. Applique is used extensively in the quilting process and is not to be confused with patchwork. Patchwork pieces are joined together; applique is sewn on top of the whole piece. Baltimore album quilts: Baltimore album quilts came from Maryland in the early 1800s. Each block in the design of these quilts is appliqued differently, often in ornate floral patterns. Bangladeshi quilts: These quilts are made with layers of Saree cloth. Saree cloth is silk cloth used by women of India to wrap and fold around the body as a garment. The cloth is usually 40 to 60 inches wide by 6 yards long. These quilts are used as bedding or as decorative pieces. Bargello quilts: Bargello quilts are created with offset squares in an up-and-down geometric "V" pattern. The small squares of different fabrics and the colorful designs make these quilts true works of art. Hawaiian quilts: Hawaiian quilts are not pieced, and they usually showcase a large, symmetrical applique in the center of the quilt. Most often the background is white or another solid color. Patchwork quilts: Patchwork quilts are constructed of many small pieces of fabric which are put together in an improvised or irregular pattern. This is a well-known quilt style, and examples of historical patchwork quilts are found in many museums. Ralli quilts: Ralli quilts, sometimes known as rilli quilts, are traditional quilts made in India or Pakistan. There is an abundance of embroidery as well as applique on the patchwork patterns. Star quilts: Star quilts are created with a large star shape, or several star shapes, dominating the pattern. Wedding ring quilts: Wedding ring quilts are crafted in a design of interlocking rings. This pattern goes far back in history: in the fourth century it was used to decorate drinking cups in Rome. Wedding ring quilts are highly popular and make wonderful wedding gifts. If you're looking for a gift to please an engaged couple, you can't go wrong with a wedding quilt. Bedding always makes a significant gift for the bride and groom, and a quilt with coordinating Egyptian cotton sheets can be even better. View All Quilts Back to Guides Directory View All Quilts
When you're redecorating a bedroom, the choice between a comforter and a duvet may arise when you're looking at options to outfit your bed. Although these terms sometimes seem to be used as synonyms, they actually refer to different types of bedding. Understanding the differences between comforters and duvets can help you decide which type you want to purchase for your own bedroom.
The sheets, blankets, and pillow coverings you choose can be part of what helps you have a good night's sleep. Your bedding will also influence the style and feel of your bedroom, so you'll want to consider different looks when you're shopping. Here are some tips on buying bedding that you'll love.
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Centuries ago, wedding bouquets used to be made of smelly herbs like garlic to ward off evil spirits as the bride walked down the aisle. Since then, wedding bouquets have evolved to become better looking and nicer smelling options featuring beautiful flower arrangements. This wedding bouquets fact sheet should help you learn about the different types of flower bouquets.