Choosing A Bed Comforter Set
We always recommend buying your comforter as part of a matching set so that your bed looks attractive and well co-ordinated.
A comforter is a padded bed covering, usually thicker than a quilt, that provides some insulation, and therefore warmth, as you sleep They do not usually provide the same degree of insulation as a duvet and need to be used in conjunction with other bedding, except perhaps in summer just a sheet may be adequate under your comforter. They differ from duvets in that they need no cover and present an attractive appearance on your bed.
The first consideration, of course, is color and pattern to match the theme of your bedroom. If you are about to redecorate your bedroom, then think of your wall decoration, curtains and bedding as a co-ordinated whole, matching in color style and theme. If you plan to keep the same decor, then find a comforter set that integrates well in terms of color and pattern, matching the traditional or modern theme of your bedroom.
The materials used, including for the internal padding, in the comforter may be natural or man-made. Obviously if you have any allergies, that will affect your choice: beyond that it is purely a matter of preference of what appearance and texture you like for the top surface that you see – they encompass the full range of finish from silk, cotton and suede through fur so you should have no problem coordinating them with your other furnishings.
On this site, we have grouped bed comforter sets by color that you can access from the menu above. But you can also search for size and color using the box on the right or select a color from the list at the right. We will be adding to the variety all the time. Most comforters contain more than one color, so if you are looking for one that is black and white, you will likely find it either under black or white.