Duvet Cover Details

Cat in bed
The "Ins and Outs" of Using a Duvet Cover - A duvet cover completely encases a down comforter. The top acts as the bedspread and the bottom is the top sheet. Or, you can use your down comforter in its duvet cover as a bedspread or blanket with a top sheet. The full-width zippered opening makes it easy to remove and insert the comforter when changing your bed. 
No Need to Fasten an All About Down® Duvet Cover to an All About Down® Comforter - Our duvet covers are designed to perfectly fit our down comforters without clips or fasteners.
Two, Three, Four or More? - A multiplicity of duvet covers offers opportunities for creativity and, let’s be frank, cleanliness. Upon seeing darling, little paw prints on your white duvet cover, all you can do is sigh and think, “These are the times that try men's and women’s souls.” Or more accurately, “These are the times when men and women really need another duvet cover." 
“Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow…” - All About Down® duvet covers are constructed to last. They will endure hundreds (thousands?) of washings with aplomb. Interior seams are wrapped with thread so they won’t fray, and we use a zipper closure instead of buttons. Buttons tear the duvet cover fabric where they are attached, and fall off never to be seen again. They probably hang out with the lost socks.
All About Down® Sheets and Pillowcases - Purchase sheets and pillowcases at the same time you buy a duvet cover. Create a stylish, matching ensemble, or order coordinating but contrasting colors to vary the look each time you change your bed. 
Comforter Cover Confidential – If there is a plan between you and the bed post to fasten a too small down comforter into a much larger duvet cover, there will be problems. If you stretch the down comforter to fit the larger duvet cover, it will look flat. If you tie the comforter to the middle of a larger duvet cover, you will have bat wings of empty fabric on each side. Neither is an appealing look. See how a duvet cover should fit a down comforter on the chart below.
How to Order a Duvet Cover for a Non-All About Down® Comforter - First, stretch your existing comforter flat, and measure its length and width. Second, contact us with those measurements and we can give you a price that includes an additional charge for a size that's not our own. We will make the duvet cover 10" smaller than your comforter measurements to ensure a secure fit and billowy appearance.
BOTTOM ZIPPER STYLE - Reversible and Substantial  The zipper spans the width at the foot of the duvet cover. You will see a line of stitching where it was inserted under a 1” flap. Order this style of zipper closure for a reversible duvet cover.
BACK ZIPPER STYLE Light and Dependable   The zipper is inserted 2½” up from the foot of the duvet cover under a 1” flap. The zipper flap is not visible on the top of the duvet cover.
Choose white or cream color piping for an attractively defined perimeter. For a smooth undifferentiated edge, order a duvet cover without piping.
Once a down comforter is inserted into a duvet cover, the cover becomes the final size of your comforter. 






40" x 50"

46" x 56"

27" x 52"


40" x 60"

46" x 66"



50" x 60"

56 x 66"



54" x 76"

60" x 82"



54" x 92"

60" x 101"



64" x 82"

74" x 91"

39" x 76"x 10"


64" x 92"

74" x 101"

39" x 80"x 10"


78" x 82"

91" x 91"

54" x 76"x 10"


78" x 92"

91" x 101"

54" x 80" x 10"


84" x 86"

96" x 98"

54" x 76" x 16"


88" x 92"

101" x 101"

60" x 80" x 10"


95" x 95"

106" x 106"

66" x 80" x 16"


104" x 92"

120" x 101"

76" x 80" x 10"


112" x 96"

128" x 106"

76" x 80" x 16"


100" x 96"

112" x 106"

72" x 84" x 10"

  *This will be the final size of your down comforter.