The Cotten, Linen, and Percale Duvet Covers We're Shopping Now

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Let’s take it back to the basics—the bedding basics, to be more specific. On your list of bedtime must-haves, right up there next to soft sheets and a comfy pillow, should be a duvet cover that’s equal parts snuggly and stylish.

In case you need to study up on your sleep staples, a duvet cover envelopes your duvet insert providing both comfort and protection. Unlike many comforters, most duvet covers are machine washable and they can easily be swapped out without having to splurge on an entirely new comforter or quilt. If you snag yourself a duvet cover that boasts timeless style and durability, though, hopefully you won’t ever want to!

With an array of fabrics, colors, and patterns to choose from, we did some major digging. Here, the best duvet covers out there.

Snowe Percale Duvet Cover

Snowe Percale Duvet Cover

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With a plush, cloud-like feel and five soft colorways (think: blush, slate, and ivory, for starters), Snowe's Percale Duvet Cover is an instant classic. While reminiscent of the crisp, high-end bedding you’d find in a luxury hotel room, it’s perfect for everyday use being that it features an impressive 500-thread-count percale weave and Egyptian cotton, so it’s blessedly breathable and lightweight.

Even with that level of quality, it’s still machine washable (you can even throw it in the dryer) for no-stress laundry days. When you’re ready to make your bed, lock in your duvet insert with the cover’s hidden rubber button closure and four interior ties which hold it in place.

Parachute Sateen Duvet Cover Set

Parachute Sateen Duvet Set

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If you prefer the subtle sheen of sateen fabric, you'll find a friend in Parachute's duvet cover which is woven from plush, 100 percent Egyptian cotton that only gets softer over time. With twill ties in all four corners of the cover, keeping your duvet insert in place is also much easier than usual.

If you’re into one-stop shopping, we recommend snagging the entire sateen set which comes complete with one duvet cover and a pair of shams. The set is available in four colors, but we're particularly enamored with the sand and light grey hues. If you're in need of sheets, you also can't go wrong with any of the brand's offerings.

Frette Ultimate Duvet Cover

Frette Ultimate Duvet Cover

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Okay, okay—we know this duvet cover totes a sky-high price tag. But trust us when we say that its moniker, the “ultimate” duvet cover, couldn’t be more true. First and foremost, it’s constructed from Giza 45—the highest-grade Egyptian cotton on the market—which delivers an opulent, satiny smooth feel. 

Secondly, we have to talk about thread count. For bedding beginners, thread count is the number of threads woven together per square inch. While not the only factor at play, a general rule of thumb is that the higher the thread count, the softer and more durable the fabric. While you’ll often see bedding with 200 to 300 thread counts, this duvet cover features a jaw-dropping 1,000. And for that, it's certainly worth the splurge.

Cultiver Linen Duvet Cover

Cultiver Linen Duvet Cover

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If you're looking for the aesthetically rumpled, fall-right-into-bed look you've seen time and time again on Instagram, Cultiver's Linen Duvet Cover delivers just that. The duvet achieves a relaxed, organic feel thanks, in part, to the fact that it's pre-washed with natural enzymes in order to achieve optimal softness.

It’s also sustainable, made from eco-friendly European flax crops which require little water to produce. What about colors, you ask? Don't even get us started on those. Cultiver offers a whopping 15 shades and patterns from blush and olive to navy and pinstripe.

Serena & Lily Wentworth Duvet Cover

Serena & Lily Wentworth Duvet Cover

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As far as patterned duvet covers go, this one is giving us IRL heart eyes. The design was actually hand painted to resemble Portugal’s stunning azulejo tiles and features a color palette of cool coastal blue and crisp white.

If the design isn't enough to convince you to "add to cart," know that this duvet is made from 100 percent cotton percale. The material is airy enough for hot summer nights and it’s OEKO-TEX certified, meaning that it’s free from harmful chemicals.

Buffy Eucalyptus Cover

Buffy Eucalyptus Cover

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If summer's soaring temperatures often have you kicking off your comforter, allow us to introduce you to Buffy’s Eucalyptus Cover. Since it's made from moisture-wicking, ultra-breathable eucalyptus, the duvet will keep you cool all season long.

Another big plus? Since eucalyptus takes 10 times less water to produce than cotton, you can sleep easy knowing that this cover is sustainably made. Buffy even takes things one step further using eco-friendly dyes formulated with simple ingredients like pomegranate, indigo, and turmeric.

West Elm Crinkle Velvet Duvet Cover

West Elm Crinkle Velvet Duvet Cover

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Who doesn’t love the look of crushed velvet? The lush, rich fabric instantly elevates any space and can transform your plain Jane bedroom into an opulent boudoir. This duvet cover features a modern version of crushed velvet (crinkle velvet) that’s both lustrous and linear for even more of a couture, upscale feel.

West Elm's Crinkle Velvet Duvet Cover isn't just beautiful, it also sleeps warm, making it an ideal pick for fall and winter. Since the reverse side of the duvet is 100 percent cotton, it's extra comfy, too. The duvet cover is available in four gorgeous hues, our favorite being the jewel-toned regal blue.

Matouk Panama Duvet Cover

Matouk Panama Duvet Cover

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A bit of texture can go a long way when it comes to upping your bedroom's design game. A tactile duvet, like Matouk's Panama, will add a subtle femininity and a lived-in feel to your space, while still doing its job of keeping you cozy with 100 percent cotton construction.

Besides its subtle seersucker and basketweave pattern, we love that this duvet cover is also OEKO-TEX certified. If you love the look but just aren't sure if it's the right fit for your space, Matouk can also send a free fabric sample so you can be certain before any credit card damage is done.

The Company Store Organic Jersey Duvet Cover

The Company Store Organic Jersey Duvet Cover

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While linen and cotton are classic bedding fabrics, there's something to be said about jersey. The stretchy fabric is low maintenance, wrinkle resistant, and has the cozy, well-worn feel of your favorite college tee. If you already have a set of jersey sheets in your linen closet, a jersey duvet cover is the next thing to take your bedding up a notch.

This cover, which comes courtesy of The Company Store, is crafted from 100 percent organic combed cotton—a super-soft knit fabric that has “lazy Sunday morning” written all over it. Available in five colors (our fave is the calming blue hue), this duvet cover is also machine washable so you won't have to lug it to the dry cleaners any time soon.

Urban Outfitters Samantha Embroidered Floral Duvet Cover

Urban Outfitters Samantha Embroidered Floral Duvet Cover

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Isn’t this duvet cover just darling? With feminine embroidered florals, UO's Samantha cover offers both texture and a daintiness that’s hard not to fall for. Since the embroidery is concentrated in the center of the duvet, the design avoids being overly busy, and while it's available in four stunning shades, we're particularly smitten with the bright mustard yellow which artfully contrasts the white wildflowers.

When it comes time to clean your linens, you'll be happy to find that the duvet is machine washable. After a quick spin through the washer and dryer you'll be back to dozing off in your own field of blooms.

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