A soft quilt filled with down, feathers, or a synthetic fiber, used instead of an upper sheet and blankets
eiderdown: a soft quilt usually filled with the down of the eider
A duvet (RP , GenAm , from the French duvet "down") is a type of bedding — a soft flat bag traditionally filled with down or feathers, or a combination of both, and used on a bed as a blanket. ...
A thick, padded quilt used instead of blankets; A cover for a quilt or comforter
A warm, soft bed covering that is filled with down or feathers
A duvet is similar to a comforter and/or a quilt in that a duvet is also composed of two layers of fabric with an insulation substance between. However, the difference between a duvet and a comforter and/or quilt is that the duvet is to be placed inside a duvet cover. ...
A fabric shell that fits over a comforter. An opening at one end lets you insert the comforter and close the duvet using buttons, ties or zippers. ...
is a French word for “cover.” A duvet can be made like a comforter, or it may have a removable cover similar to that of a pillowtop mattress.
A quilt used on top of bed in place of a bedspread and top sheet. Often made to interface with decorative covers.
Your comforter…no matter what the fill is made of is still a duvet.
A sack-like covering, constructed with three closed sides and one open side for the insertion of a comforter. May have button, tie or zipper closure. ...
Decorative, yet functional covering that does to your comforter what pillow covers to for pillow inserts.
Decorative slip cover for a pouf.
A down-filled comforter.
A functional or decorative covering that protects your comforter from dirt, moisture and body oils. Pacific Coast® duvets are made from 100% cotton.