Never underestimate the power of a comfortable bed. Research suggests the average person spends about a third of their life in bed, so it’s in your best interest to transform your mattress into a grounded version of cloud nine. But just because comfort is your top priority doesn’t mean your bed can’t look good, too. That’s where duvet covers come in. Not only can these lightweight layers protect your duvet, keeping it in tip-top shape, but they’re also an easy and affordable way to switch up your bedroom’s ambience.
That said, there are a lot of factors to consider before adding a duvet cover to your cart. First and foremost, you’ll want to find the right fabric for your needs. While heavier fabrics like flannel and cashmere are ideal for winter, linen’s lightweight construction makes it a sound choice for warmer climates (or if you’d like a duvet cover that’ll work year-round, opt for a versatile percale or sateen). Another thing to consider? Your cover’s closure. Most duvet covers use zips, ties, or buttons; it all depends on your preference. If you’d like to bring an eco-friendly edge to your bedroom, there are plenty of sustainable styles, too.
But finding a cover that will match your current set of sheets can admittedly be challenging. To help, take a look at the latest and greatest duvet covers on the market. Whether you’re looking for a cover that makes a statement or one to transform your bedroom into a soothing sanctuary, there’s something here for everyone.
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Luxe Duvet Cover
As one of the internet’s favorite bedding brands, this direct-to-consumer company is known for creating high-quality sheets at a fair, affordable price. While Brooklinen has a bevy of fabrics to choose from—percale, linen, and heathered cashmere to name a few—its sateen option is a consistent bestseller. Not only does it have a buttery soft feel, but its subtle sheen will also take your beauty sleep to the next level. And with several colors and patterns to choose from, you’ll find something to match your style.
Brushed Cotton Duvet Cover
Since its founding in 2014, Parachute has busted out of the bedroom and expanded in other categories like bath, tabletop, and rugs. But if you’d like to go back to the basics, the brand’s brushed cotton cover has the feel of your favorite worn-in T-shirt. Crafted in Portugal, this option is packed with elevated details—right down to the button closure.
Linen Duvet Cover
Whether you run hot when you sleep or want to cool off during those summer months, linen’s lightweight and breathable construction offers a simple way to beat the heat. The New York–based brand Linoto makes only linen bedding, sourcing the best textiles from Ireland, Italy, and Belgium. Each piece is prewashed, so it can be love at first touch. If linen’s smooth, sturdy, and sustainable construction hasn’t won you over, Linoto’s breadth of colorways will.
Garnet Hill Signature Flannel Bedding
Flannel is a great option once the temperature drops. Decked out with an OEKO-TEK certification, Garnet Hill’s flannel bedding is designed with sweet dreams in mind. Each side is brushed multiple times to achieve an ultrasoft texture that will make you want to hit the snooze button a few times. Naturally, there’s more to this option than a great touch. The duvet cover features four internal ties to keep your comforter in place as you catch some z’s. Available in eight versatile colors, you can bring your own style to this pick.
Classic Chain Duvet Cover
For a duvet cover that can withstand time and trends, reach for Matouk’s classic style. Made with a crisp percale cotton, Matouk’s bedding is reminiscent of your favorite five-star hotel. And thanks to its Grecian-inspired detailing, it’ll pair nicely with a range of bedsheets.
Organic Crinkled Percale Duvet Cover
Anyone who wants to bring some sustainability into the boudoir will find a lot to love about Coyuchi’s offering. The brand uses 100 percent organic cotton, which is grown and woven in India. (Another perk: Its bedding is certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard and Fair Trade, not to mention its benefits to 1% For the Planet and Made Safe.) Coyuchi’s crinkled style in particular uses a special spinning and weaving technique to create a breathable, comfortable, and slightly wrinkled duvet cover.
Bloomsbury Green Duvet
Steer away from the typical solids with this patterned option from Biscuit Home. This abstract floral repeat offers a touch of whimsy but will pair nicely with a variety of sheets. Plus, the cotton sateen will feel nice against your skin.
Flaneur Custom Bedding
There’s a reason why designers like Brigette Romanek, Miles Redd, and Sarah Sherman Samuel all look to Flaneur. The Los Angeles–based company creates bespoke, 100 percent Supima cotton bedding—duvet covers included—in any color imaginable. Simply select your shade, and the dyed-to-order cover will be delivered to your doorstep two weeks later.
Eucalyptus Duvet Cover
Buffy has garnered mass appeal for its eco-friendly duvet, so picking up its matching duvet cover is a natural next step. Made with eucalyptus fabric, this textile is reportedly smoother than linen and more breathable than cotton. Best of all? It’s naturally dyed, hypoallergenic, and cool to the touch.
300 Supima Percale Solid Duvet Cover
Looking for a budget-friendly duvet cover? Believe it or not, your favorite catalog will deliver. Lands’ End might not be the first place that comes to mind, but its sheets have a cult following. Its Supima percale option is soft, sturdy, and has an extra crispness to it. Four internal ties keep the duvet insert in place, while its button closure offers an elevated edge. Bonus: All sizes are under $200.
Été Duvet Cover
If you want to brighten up your bedroom for less, look no further. HAY masters the balance between style and affordability with this pure cotton cover, decked out in Amanda Borberg’s Été stripes. A ribbon closure keeps the duvet in place, offering a solution that’s equal parts practical and aesthetically pleasing.
The Supreme White Duvet Cover
If you want to prioritize practicality, spring for Beddley’s cotton option. Unlike most duvet covers—which open only on one or two sides—Beddley has an innovative three-side zip system to make inserting your comforter a lot easier. And thanks to the four internal ties, you won’t have to worry about your duvet bunching up in one corner overnight.
Bold Duvet Cover
Admittedly, Frette’s duvet cover will elicit some sticker shock. However, the Italian brand has been the gold standard of bedding since its founding in 1860, so its duvet cover will follow suit. Between its pure cotton sateen fabric and bold border, this option strikes a balance between comfort and chic.
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