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Hotel Grand Silk 400 Thread Count Premium White Goose Down Comforter
Stuffed with the finest goose down and featuring a 400-thread count silk and cotton sateen cover, this luxury goose down comforter has an inner baffle and is sumptuously soft. Perfect for cuddling up on cold nights, it is wonderfully warm.
ITEM#: 913694Silk and premium white goose down create a cozy combination in this luxurious comforter.
- Bedding features a 400 thread count construction
- Completely hypoallergenic
- Constructed of fabric made from single-ply yarn
- Employs a long-wall box stitch and internal baffle construction to lock the down in place for maximum lofting
- Gusseted sides add a durable, elegant finish
- Premium white goose down in this comforter is rated with a 650-fill power
- 14-inch baffle
- 51-percent silk/ 49-percent cotton sateen
- Dry clean
- Warmth rating: Extra-warmth
- Twin: 68 inches wide x 88 inches long with 20 ounces of premium white goose down
- Full/ queen: 90 inches wide x 98 inches long with 27 ounces of premium white goose down
- King: 108 inches wide x 98 inches long with 32 ounces of premium white goose down
Down and feather-filled products are packaged tightly during shipping. Upon receipt, remove this item from its packaging, fluff gently, and allow several hours for full loft recovery. In addition, products sealed in plastic packaging sometimes have a disagreeable scent because of concentrated natural fibers. A few hours of airing typically removes the odor.
We recommend that this item is fluffed at least once a week to maintain down distribution.
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Made in USA with imported shells
Please note this down comforter contains baffled box stitching. Some shifting of down may occur due to shipping. If necessary, please shake for even distribution of down.
|Style||Contemporary Luxury Bedding|
|Warmth Rating||Extra Warmth|
|Fill Type||Down White Goose Down|
|Tags||Comfy Cozy Durable Fluffy Luxury Quality Silky Smooth Soft Summer Warm Winter|
|Materials||Silk, cotton, white goose down fill|
|Model Number||900 Silk|
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This was actually too warm for me, but my husband loved it. This is perfect for anyone who loves to cuddle under an incredible comforter!Read More
Overall we used it for two years. During the first six months I was happy, but then down seemed to thin out somehow and partially disappear. Washing and re-fluffing helped for one-two nights. most. After two years we moved and threw it out. For the current price it's a rip-off; for price we paid ($199) I guess it was ok but I wouldn't buy it again.Read More
I agree with the below review - this comforter is not as advertised. It is of VERY poor quality. Within 2 months of owning it, the down went to the sides and there were empty squares completely devoid of any down inside. The feathers come out and are all over the place and the shell of the comforter is of very poor quality as well. It does not look at all like the picture in the listing - it does not have stripes and is NOT silk or anything close to silk. This is a falsely advertised product - be AWARE.Read More
Very pleased with this comforter...it measured what was stated in the specs. It is good quality and even though it is supposed to be extra warm, it is very comfortable for us in May under air conditioning. There are no "cons" for this product.Read More
This is the second one I've purchased because I couldn't find another comforter that I loved as much as the first one. Both were warm, yet not too warm. The outside is silky and stays cool. The only negative is that it didn't fluff evenly. Overall, I was very happy with this product (twice).Read More
I am most sorry to have to report that we were very disappointed with our purchase of this product. From the information provided by Overstock, we expected to receive a silk shell filled with goose down. We were wrong. As specified on the label upon receipt of the product, the "1000 thread count Silk comforter" was actually only 51% silk and 49% cotton. Even more disturbing was the fact that it was not 100% goose down but rather 75% down and 25% FEATHERS! Neither of these two details (arguably, two of the most germaine details necessary for proper assessment of the desired product as advertised) were specified in the product write-up/advertisement provided by Overstock. Still, we decided that with a 1000 thread count and to avoid the hassles and extra expense of returning the product, we would keep the comforter and not go through the process of getting only a partial refund. Most comforters last 5 to 10 years. A "premium" comforter should be able to be expected to last 10 plus years. But in the third year of use during which time we took excellent care of the comforter (we followed all the care instructions provided by Overstock including dry-cleaning the comforter every 6 to 7 months), we started experiencing tears and the kind of worn and frayed shell material (cover) that one would expect from either a very cheaply made or very long used cover. Each time we had a tear (three in the last year), we had an expert tailor sew it back but now upon very close inspection, we see that the whole cover is very frayed and it just can't be worth the added expense to keep on mending it as it is clear that it is only going to be getting worse. We were willing to pay the extra money for a premium (and anticipated long life for our) comforter. But now, it seems that we made a bad calculation in relying on the written ad rather than verbally investigating just what kind of product we should be expecting. We hope this review is useful to other potential buyers.Read More
I purchased this comforter in March after researching and reading all the good reviews on this site. It arrived quickly and had very little odor, which was gone entirely after a day of airing out. I was a little disappointed however, that even after a few days of airing, it did not have uniform fluff in the compartments, but had more fluff around the outer edges and less in the middle. And it also remained very creased and wrinkled looking. Also, having used an oversized comforter previously, I was a bit disappointed that this one barely covers the mattress of my standard king-size bed, and due to the all the down at the edges, it causes it to stick out from the sides of the bed. Having now used it for 3 months, I absolutely love the comfort and feel of it, and it's very pretty despite some remaining creases in the fabric. I have had no problems with down leaking out or shifting. The fact that there is still more down on the edges than in the middle has not affected the comfort during midwest spring/summer, but I am worried it may not be as warm as expected during the cold winters.Read More
This is an amazing down comforter and by far the nicest one that I have owned or ever seen. When I unpacked it there wasn't any bad smell and within a day or so it fluffed up so much but is fairly light in weight. I would recommend this if you sleep in a faily cool or cold enviornment because it gets VERY warm and retains body heat very well especially if you are sharing the bed...You might get pretty warm. I think this will be great in the winter time, but right now in the summer I have to keep my AC at 65 degrees so I dont roast in my sleep. The fabric is VERY nice and has a very silky and soft feel that my girlfriend and I love! Like other reviews said its appearance by itself is so nice that you dont have to put a Duvet cover on it, though I did so it doesnt get dirty. As much as I hate winter I am looking forward to sleeping with this comforter. AMAZING and great price!Read More
I hope that this review helps you in making your decision on buying a comforter... I know that in the past reviews have helped me very much when making an online purchase. I'm glad that I waited awhile to write this review... something may look great at first but time is what truly tells the quality. I was happy with this comforter at first... it was good looking and fluffed up nicely. I've been using it for about 2 months and must say that now I'm disappointed. Although I do use a very good quality duvet cover with it (bought on overstock), the feathers are already escaping leaving all of the furniture and wood flooring in my bedroom with a fine layer of feathers. In addition, the feathers do not stay in the baffled boxes... they've moved rather quickly in my opinion to the outer edges of the comforter leaving the center with little to no feathers. As much as I've tried to move the feathers back to the center by shaking and fluffing, it's virtually impossible and they end up back on the edges by the next morning. Although this comforter was one of the pricier ones on Overstock, it still was much less expensive than others that I've purchased in the past at department stores. When I shop for my next comforter, in order to get what I like and what I expect, I'll pay the full price. I've found wonderful good quality bedding and other items on Overstock... this just wasn't my best purchase. Good luck and happy shopping!!! Peace.Read More
I have had a wonderful success with this comforter. I love the shell, the silk and all the down... I have owned it October of 2009, and I can say that it dry cleans well, and it is a truly wonderful fluff. It keeps us warm (we don't heat our bedroom except on the coldest of nights) and I find we 'fight' over it in our sleep! It does provide plenty of overhang on our King bed, and I just can't say enough about it :) If you order it, ENJOY!Read More
Questions & Answers
quality,warm, elegant product
Do any of these come in Cal King, or is that what oversized is?
Hello liadb unfortunately no. This is not available in Cal King. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
Where is is made?
This is made in China.
Is the filling 100% down or is there a minimum percentage with feathers and such? Thanks.
It is 100 percent white goose down.
is this baffle box design considered a closed, true or end to end baffle box design -i.e., totally sealed and no way for down to bunch or slide to other baffles?
Yes, that is correct.
What is the fill power of the down?
It's 650. Sheesh, I need to learn to read...
Does this come in white?
This item is white.
Best Fills for Down Comforters
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
Things to Know Before Choosing a White Down Comforter
There are plenty of great reasons for buying a white down comforter. White down comforters, also known as white duvets, are very warm and soft, and they have a distinct look that you just can't get from other bedding. Keep reading to find out a few facts that will help you get the most out of your white down comforter.
How to Pick a Pillow
Even if you have a top-of-the-line mattress and an 800 thread count sheet set, your bed is not likely to be comfortable without the right pillow tucked under your cheek. Nothing ruins a good night's sleep like a bad pillow. Unfortunately, it's easy to underestimate the value of a good pillow. Not only do good pillows add aesthetic value to your bed, but they can also be the difference between a restful night or an aching back and neck. Pillows come in different shapes, sizes and firmness. Take a look below to learn how to pick a pillow.
How to Buy Men's Pajamas
Bedtime is your break from the day's stresses, and men's pajamas and robes can help you wind down and make your night's rest more comfortable. You may already have the luxury sheets, down comforter and perfect mattress to ensure a good night's sleep, but men's pajamas are just as important. With men's silk pajamas, soft flannel pajamas and comfortable lounge pants, you can get the rest you need in men's sleepwear and pajamas that fit your style and will keep you cozy all night long.
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Popular Types of Quilts
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
Best Duvet Covers for Each Season
For those who use duvet blankets year-round, duvet covers allow you to change patterns and color to match every season. Along with the decor of the bedroom, a duvet cover may enhance the ambiance of the entire room or supply it with rich colors and textures for the ultimate comfort factor. If you purchased an expensive duvet, covering it throughout the year will keep it in good shape and allow you to wash it without compromising the batting. Look below to learn the best duvet covers for each season. Spring: Once the evenings start warming up, lighter fabrics like satin provide sheen and style to any bedroom. Satin duvet covers are most often comprised of fabrics like nylon, rayon or silk to provide durability as well as comfort. For spring, lighter colors, including pastels or variations of cream and beige, brighten the room. Summer: During warm summer nights, cotton duvets are one of the most common fabric choices. Light and airy, cotton is also easy to clean and comes in virtually every color and pattern. For the summer season, try a white duvet cover, which will make the room appear more open and spacious. A cotton blend that contains polyester is also an ideal choice for summer, because it is soft, requires simple washing and does not wrinkle. Fall: For the fall season, a duvet cover that is warm enough for intermittent chilly nights is an ideal choice. Microsuede duvet covers offer a soft feel to bedding and come in a variety of colors. This material is easy to care for and machine washable. For fall, choose earthy colors like beige, brown, dark green or burgundy for a seasonal look. Winter: A luxurious duvet cover is a favorite option for warmth during the winter months. Velvet is a soft fabric that comes in a variety of rich colors and provides plenty of insulation for cold nights. The luxurious texture looks good in any style of room decor. For winter months, choose deep, rich colors like burgundy, plum, forest green or chocolate to enhance the room. View All Duvet Covers Back to Guides Directory View All Duvet Covers
Best Ways to Wear Men's Velvet Blazers
Are you looking for a classy, versatile piece that works well for many different occasions? Invest in a high-quality, well-cut men's velvet blazer. Unlike other tailored pieces, the velvet blazer is comfortable to wear. It looks elegant at formal affairs, sharp at parties and cool for the weekend. Read on to find ways to wear velvet blazers in almost any setting. Put on a velvet blazer when attending a formal dinner. A black velvet blazer is an easy way to look polished at formal affairs. In contrast to the stiff tuxedo, the blazer evokes a warmer, effortless style. Create an outfit with a crisp collared shirt and a distinctive tie or bow tie. Add color in the tie or shirt so that your outfit includes more than black or white. If you are wearing a white shirt, select a colored or patterned tie or bow. Only wear one velvet piece at a time and wear tailored dress pants with your velvet blazer for a polished look perfect for any presentation or performance. Wear velvet on the weekend. Dress a velvet blazer down with a pair of denim jeans. Dressier colors, such as black and navy, will allow you to go to a more upscale party or on a date, while brown, tan and grey blazers look more casual. Pair a dark blazer with dark jeans for a stylish look or wear lighter jeans to create a sharp color contrast. A brown men's blazer will look rugged and vintage with a pair of worn-in, stonewashed jeans. Pair a velvet blazer with jeans for a party. The velvet blazer works well in a party atmosphere because it looks both dressy and cool. A black velvet blazer or navy blue men's blazer is most traditional, but you can also keep it more casual than your formal attire by wearing a turtleneck or cable-knit sweater instead of a collared shirt. Finish the outfit with a pair of dark jeans to create an edgier, effortless look or wear tailored pants for a put-together look. View All Men's Blazers Back to Guides Directory View All Men's Blazers
How to Choose Down Comforters on Sale
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.
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Cotton Thread Bed Linen Fact Sheet
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Percale Sheets Fact Sheet
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Down Comforter Buying Guide
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.
How to Choose Quality Bed Linens
The bedroom is one of the most personal rooms in a home, and bed linens are often your best bet for creating a space that reflects your personality. It should be a relaxing retreat with a luxurious bed as the focal point of the room. Create that restful feeling by choosing high-quality bedding. While many people splurge on a down comforter or feather pillows, they sometimes skimp on bed linens. Don't make the mistake of settling for low-quality bedding. After all, bed linens are the part of the bed that touches your skin. Look below to learn how to choose quality bed linens.
How to Buy a Good Down Comforter
Without a doubt, a down comforter is the "piece de resistance" of any comfortable bed. Not only do they have a deliciously old-world appeal for modern-day bed dwellers; they also make chilly nights and leisurely weekend mornings something to look forward to. To buy a good down comforter, there are only a few pertinent details you need to have at your disposal before you make your final selection. Below, you'll learn how to buy a good down comforter.
How to Pick a Down Comforter
Contrary to popular belief, down comforters do not just keep you warm in the depths of winter. You can find them in summer weights and variable fills, so there's a down comforter for every season and every sleeper. Down bedding comes in different levels of quality and different materials, so consider these tips before you shop.
Sheets Buying Guide
Your bedding makes a big difference in the quality of your sleep, and sheets make a big difference in the quality of your bedding. Today, you can buy sheets in a greater number of different fabrics, colors, and sizes than ever before, meaning that it's easier than ever to find sheets that fit your taste and match your other bedding perfectly. It also means that you may need some help narrowing down your selection when you're shopping for sheets. Here's how to buy sheets that suit your needs.
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For a bedroom that makes you feel like you're on vacation, accessorize with duvet covers and bedding sets from Hotel Collection bedding. Classic bedding sets from Hotel Collection bedding will enable you to channel the quiet luxury of grand hotels and relax in a bedroom that feels like a getaway. A few simple steps will allow you to create a serene space, so keep reading to learn how to create ambiance with Hotel Collection bedding.
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.
What You Need to Know about Duvet Covers
Changing the look of your whole bedroom is easy when you use a duvet cover. Sometimes referred to as comforter covers, they are the best thing you'll find to keep your comforter or duvet stylish as well as clean. Here's what you need to know when you're shopping for one.
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