Bedding consists of a set of sheets, pillowcases and a duvet. As a general rule, your sheets and pillowcases should match. However, sheets are not just sheets, if you get what we mean… There are two different types of sheets. Also, these different blades can be made from a variety of materials. Finally, the material can be woven in a variety of ways to create sheets that look and age distinctly. That’s a lot, isn’t it? Don’t worry, we’ve got it for you:
2. Types of Sheets
There are two types of sheets – flat sheets and fitted sheets. Fitted sheets have an elastic band around the edge so they hold on to your mattress. Whereas the flat sheet is flat and rectangular with no elastic at the edge of the sheet.
A duvet cover is a large, protective cover of fabric for a comforter. So, a duvet consists of an insert and a cover, a comforter is a single piece of bedding. That means that a duvet always requires a cover that essentially works like an oversized pillow cover.
So, the question is can duvet cover be smaller than insert?
In short duvet covers can be smaller, larger or same size according to your choice. If you want an even, straight view of the duvet, you can choose a duvet cover that is larger than the insert. But when you tuck a larger insert into a smaller duvet cover, it looks fluffy, and some prefer it this way. In addition, the weight of the duvet will be lighter when the duvet cover is smaller than the insert.
Because many duvets are made from expensive, difficult-to-clean goose down, a duvet cover is a fabric cover that the comforter is placed inside, keeping the duvet clean and protected. The Another purpose of duvet covers is it comes in many fabrics and