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How to choose between a comforter, duvet with duvet cover, and quilt
Make your bed in style with a gorgeous comforter, duvet cover, or quilt. All of these options add a layer of softness and warmth to a bed but are constructed in different ways.

A comforter is made of decorative fabric that encases a thick layer of down or synthetic fibers. They are sewn-through or quilted to keep the filling in place. As part of a bedding collection, a comforter can be a budget-friendly way to dress the bed.

A duvet cover is the case that protects and surrounds a duvet. It's helpful to think of a duvet cover in terms of a pillowcase and pillow sham — one more functional, the other more decorative. Select a plain duvet cover when you intend to layer the duvet like a blanket. Select a decorative duvet cover when you want to use it for the top of the bed. Either type removes easily for cleaning.

A quilt is a thinner bed covering with a stitched pattern that creates its distinctive look. They tend to have a more casual vibe, making them perfect for country, rustic, or coastal decorating styles. They are ideal for summer use or with blankets underneath, and also look great folded at the end of a bed.