What size duvets do we stock?
At Mattressman, we stock duvets appropriate for every bed size. Our single duvets work for small single and single beds (75 x 190cm, 90 x 190cm); the double duvet is also appropriate for a small single size (120 x 190cm, 135 x 190cm). Our king size duvet and super king size duvets work for their respective sizes too (150 x 200cm, 180 x 200cm). View our Bedding Size Guide to find out more information.
What types of duvets are available in our ranges?
From incredibly soft luxurious duck and down duvets to brilliant anti-allergy duvets, you can find the duvet that will give you a good night's sleep.
Feather and down duvet options
We showcase various feather and down duvets for some of our most luxurious and popular options. Specifically, most of our natural duvets include goose and duck feather compositions. Down is the fine layer of feathers underneath the larger exterior feathers of geese and ducks, which are often much softer. Breathable yet insulating, these luxury natural duvets are unparalleled in softness. Allergy sufferers should avoid this kind of duvet, as it's easier for dust mites to pass through these quilts and build up over time.
An anti-allergy duvet can help keep symptoms at bay for anyone affected by a dust mite allergy. Filled with synthetic fillings, these fibres have tighter pore sizes, making it hard for dust mites to pass through and build up. These options are also effortless to clean too.
What are duvet togs?
A duvet tog rating is a measurement that guides you on how insulating a duvet is. The lower the tog rating, the less insulating the duvet will be, therefore more appropriate for hotter months and warm summer nights. Higher-rated duvet togs are designed to trap more heat, which is ideal for the colder winter months. Here at Mattressman, we stock duvets from a 10.5 tog to 13.5 tog rating. A 10.5 tog rating is excellent for an all-year-round duvet, whereas a 13.5 tog is more of a winter duvet.
You can find out more about duvet tog ratings here.
How do I care for my new duvet?
A natural and an anti-allergy duvet are cared for in different ways. You should always consult the care instructions for your duvet before cleaning it, as these will best guide you in maintaining the duvet's quality.
Generally, naturally filled duvets should not be put in a washing machine or for a tumble dry. Instead, these duvets should be dry cleaned. If these materials get wet, it can cause them to clump together and not dry properly, with a chance of developing mould.
Anti-allergy duvets are more likely to be able to be washed like this because they contain synthetic fillings, which are much easier to clean. To find out how to properly care for your bedding, you can read 'How To Clean Your Duvets And Pillows'. Regardless of what you opt for, you can rely on Mattressman for a range of durable and fresh duvets.
What brands of duvet do we stock?
Masters in producing a perfect duvet for every kind of sleeper, Silentnight and the British Bed Company will give you a good night's sleep to stay cool in the summer and extra warm in the winter. Browse their range to find the perfect duvet for you today.
Why shop at Mattressman?
If you're purchasing a new mattress, why not upgrade your entire sleeping solution and be on your way to fresher, cosier sleep? After all, there's nothing better than a completely new and refreshed bed and bedding. We offer a speedy, free next-working-day delivery service for in-stock items, so you can get super sleep in no time.