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Hotel Madison Deep Support High Loft Down-on-Top Featherbed
Enjoy a luxurious night's sleep in this down-topped feather bed. The gusseted base is topped by a pleated box top filled with genuine duck down, and the shell is made of 100 percent cotton. The high-loft style will have you feeling like royalty.
ITEM#: 14812299Add an extra layer of luxurious comfort and support with our pleated down on top featherbed. This high loft featherbed features a soft top layer of down over a deep support gusseted base of natural feather to provide whole body pressure relief. This cozy and supportive bedding accessory features an 100-percent cotton shell, making it very soft, but durable. The pleated box top design allows for maximum down loft, letting you feel set for a restful slumber every night. Try using this well-padded featherbed if someone in your family battles chronic insomnia, or just occasionally finds it hard to drift off to sleep when life is stressful.
- Down-on-top design
- Pleated box top design provides maximum down loft
- 3-inch gusseted base for deep support
- Shell material: 100-percent cotton
- Thread count: 230
- Type of down: Duck down
- Fill power: 550
- Fill weight: See dimensions
- Care instructions: Dry clean
- Twin: 39 inches wide x 75 inches long with 9 pounds of fill
- Full: 54 inches wide x 75 inches long with 13 pounds of fill
- Queen: 60 inches wide x 80 inches long with 15 pounds of fill
|Fill Type||Down Feather|
|Product Features||Made in USA|
|Materials||Cotton, down, feathers|
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I was in the market for a very inexpensive featherbed to help relieve my sore hips. (I am a princess that can feel the pea). After deciding my budget, $100, I spent a LOT of time researching, reviewing, comparing and reading the reviews on nearly all the featherbeds Overstock has. What amused me the most about reading the reviews is how STUPID most folks are when they spend a little bit of money on a item that can range from $50 to $5000. "It was cheap." "It wasn't supportive like my egg crate." "It had feathers poking me." "It didn't go to the edge of my mattress." "It got flat after one night." "It smelled funny." Well, dumb folks: YOU were cheap in what you bought; It is made out of FEATHERS, its supposed to be fluffy; it is MADE out of FEATHERS; Do you sleep on the last 1 inch of your mattress?; It is made of FEATHERS (and down if you spent $$) have you NOT seen a bird fluff itself and suddenly became fluffier?; unless you purchased a hyper-allergic material-filled bed, its going to smell like feathers smell. blah blah blah Funny isn't it? I purchased the Hotel Madison featherbed because it had a down-on-top layer and the powerfill was decent. AND it fit my budget. As it is mostly feathers, it does weigh quite a bit, which helps keep it on the bed. I purchased a separate cover for it to help keep feather poking and escape-age to a minimum (currently, featherbed is under the fitted sheet, I'm currently too lazy to change my sheets). I aired the bed out over night as suggested to help fluff and air it out. The night that I put it on the bed, I was so excited and it really felt so much like sleeping in a feather cloud. Yes, it has compressed, I have slept on it. I will fluff it when the sheets get changed. Yes, it is about .5 to 1 inch short of the edges when fully fluffed: laid upon, it actually hangs off. It smells just like my down comforter, like feathers/down. I did not purchase this bed to be "supportive" as featherbeds are really not meant to be, they are added for comfort, a little padding and warmth. So, if you are not too dumb, and if you purchase this featherbed, you will get: a substantially fluffy, down and feather layered bed topper that is very WARM. It will need to be fluffed regularly, it will possibly need an additional cover (white seems to be standard, yuck), and will keep you toasty warm in a fluffy environ. If the folks that complained over all the other offerings really thought about what they were getting into (and actually READ the descriptions) they will figure out that if they spent $3000 they probably wouldn't have been happier either. To each their own.Read More
While I enjoy the added warmth, my husband thinks it keeps him cooler - without hot spots - during the night. Definitely added extra cushiony comfort to our bed. So two thumbs up.Read More
After months of reading and searching for a Featherbed for my daughter (14) we decided on this one. It arrived in a timely manner and once unpackaged we let it "air out" for 24 hours (the recommendation was 48). I didn't notice any smell from the bedding being packaged so that was a plus. She fluffs the bed every 3 days (just a preference) and uses a flat sheet to put over it vs. a fitted as not to compress it. It has actually gotten "fluffier" since we purchased it. It's a great bed at a really good price.Read More
Although I ordered the FULL sz.Upon arrival, I placed it on top of my mattress and clearly this is much smaller (both directions). I am not one to go thru the lengthy process of returning items via mail However, if the store were local, I'd definitely return.Read More
I was really worried about ordering this featherbed because I have tried to order others in the past and they all would start poking feathers though within a couple of days until i had to get rid of them. I am really happy with the choice I made. I got a full size and it fits my bed perfectly, however if you toss and turn a lot like me it will slide and you will have to re-adjust. I have had this for about 2 months now. It stays pretty fluffy and i don't need to shake it out every day, but every once in a while it helps to shake it to restore the fluffiness. The down padding protects you from the feathers, making it very comfortable without needing a protector. The down and feathers stay inside the featherbed, even when you shake it, which is great! I highly recommend this featherbed.Read More
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Hello susay2, items are restocked as they become available, however we cannot guarantee an item will be restocked. Thank you for shopping with us. Shelia B
Is this the "box" design so the feathers stay in place? I believe it is called baffle box?
Yes, this has a baffle box design.
do you have this in queen size?
Unfortunately, it is currently only available in full size.
It seems like to me with these toppers, a cover is needed so you don't have to wash the topper every month, correct? I wash my sheets every 3 - 4 weeks due to body oils, so I don't believe I would want to sheet directly on it, correct? Does it come with some kind of cover?
A cover is optional, but a cover will keep it a lot cleaner and protect it.
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