What kind of down fill is it? Is 100% down or are there feathers or other materials?
White Damask Stripe Lightweight 525-Fill Power Down Comforter
Stay warm and cozy underneath this lightweight fill power down comforter despite the weather. Featuring white damask striping, white duck down fill, and a comfortable cotton cover, this stylish comforter is the perfect addition to any bedroom.
ITEM#: 15387178This lightweight down comforter is perfect for warmer climates and homes. Filled with white down in just the right amount, this comforter provides warmth without the extra weight.
- Set includes: One Comforter
- Cover material: Cotton
- Type of down: White duck down
- Construction: Box stitch
- Thread count: 260
- Fill power: 525
- Outer design: Damask stripe weave
- Color options: White
- Care instructions: Dry clean
- Warmth rating: All-season
- Comforter: 63 inches x 86 inches with 18 ounces of fill
- Comforter: 86 inches x 86 inches with 25 ounces of fill
- Comforter: 101 inches x 86 inches with 29 ounces of fill
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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|Style||Contemporary Luxury Bedding Traditional|
|Warmth Rating||All Season|
|Fill Type||Down White Down|
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I am very pleased with the size and softness of this comforter. It is the perfect weight, all down filling. My only complaint is that the damask allows a small amount of the down to filter through. However, the damask has not torn in the months that I have had it, in spite of the cats scratching it. I would buy this again.Read More
After several weeks of owning this comforter, it was leaking tons of feathers. Even with a duvet cover, there were tons of feathers on the floor and in the air. I returned this because even though it was a good weight I couldn't deal with having white feathers all over the place.Read More
when I fist bought this, I was extremely happy with it. After owning it for 6 weeks, it sucks. All the feathers come out somehow and my room has "feather dust" all over it. If you buy this, then buy a duvet cover with it.Read More
I livein Southern California and like a lightweight comforter. I'm perfectly satisfied with this product, which I've had for a couple of months.Read More
I am pleased with the weight and fill ( Medium). I feel that it was worth the money and is good for the winter that we are having in Missouri.Read More
This is a perfect weight down comforter for my young daughter's bed. It's not a massive marshmallow of a blanket that she can't move, but it's really warm! it's pretty thin, but does a great job without being too hot.Read More
great item,quick delivery my daughter says it's very comfortableRead More
Questions & Answers
Hi ahsueh, the down used in this item is white duck down. By law, anything called "down" must contain at least 75 percent down cluster. This item is deemed 100 percent down as permitted by law. We hope this helps. Thanks for shopping with us.
Is there any odor to the comforter? If so, what does it smell like and how strong is it? Does it go away with cleaning?
Hello thethoroughbrowser, we appreciate your inquiry. As with most new fabrics, there may be slight odor when the package is opened. It should not be offensive, and will dissipate with time. However, if desired it can be professionally dry cleaned if it is an issue, and that should diminish most odors. We hope this information has been helpful. Thank you for shopping with us. Have a great day!
I didn't notice an odor other than was to be expected from a down comforter.
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.
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
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.
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.
Best King Bedspreads for Summer
When summer comes, you won't want a king bedspread that weighs you down. Commonly used as a term to encompass several types of coverlets and lightweight blankets, bedspreads add a finished look to your bedroom without the added bulk of plush cotton comforters and down-filled duvets. King bedspreads allow you to get a restful night's sleep without sacrificing style. Finding summer bedding for your king sized bed is a breeze with this guide, so keep reading to learn all about the best king bedspreads for summer.
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 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.
How to Fluff Down Pillows
After a long day, there's nothing quite like sinking your head into a fluffy down pillow. Pillows filled with down are incredibly luxurious, but without the proper care, their comfort level can be seriously deflated. To keep your bed pillows from going flat, getting lumpy or breeding allergens, there are a few simple steps you can take. Learn how to fluff down pillows and prepare to reach a level of comfort worthy of a dream!
How to Fluff Comforters
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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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.
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 the Best Down Comforter
Thick, warm, and luxurious, down comforters will keep you warm on even the coldest winter nights. They are an investment, so it's important to choose one that best fits your preferences and sleeping style. They come in a variety of styles, and what's best for one person may not be best for another. Take the time to determine exactly what you are looking for in a down comforter before you choose one.
Down Bedding Fact Sheet
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.
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.
How To Pick the Perfect Down Comforter
A great night's sleep depends on the best possible bedding, including down comforters. Although there are many options to choose from, finding the ideal down comforter is actually quite simple. Follow the tips below to learn how to pick the perfect down comforter for your lifestyle.
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The crib set you choose for your baby can highlight the theme of a nursery or even dictate it. Crib sets will typically include everything you need for the crib: sheets, pillows, quilt, bumper pad, and bedskirt. Depending on the bedding set you choose, it may also include a diaper stacker, window valance, or other nursery decorations. It's fun to pick out a theme for your nursery and just as much fun to find the best crib set for your baby. Here are the most popular ideas for baby girls.
Duvets vs Down Comforters
A new duvet or down comforter is a fast, easy way to change the look of your bedroom decor. These bed coverings can also keep you warm and toasty on a cold winter's night. Traditionally, the word duvet, a French word meaning "down," was interchangeable with down comforter. Today, however, when most Americans say the word duvet, they are actually referring to a duvet cover. Duvet covers are made to slip over many different types of comforters, whereas a down comforter can be used as a standalone bed covering. Take a look at this article to learn more about the differences between duvets and down comforters.
How to Choose a Down Pillow
Down provides a luxuriously soft pillow that will cradle your head in a cloud of comfort. Not all down pillows are the same, however, and your personal sleeping habits, combined with the pillow's construction, are important factors to consider when choosing a down pillow. By understanding some of the industry standards, you can compare down pillow attributes and select the best pillow for your sleep needs. Look below to learn how to choose a down pillow.
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