Buying Guide - Duvets
A good night's sleep is so important for everyone. Choosing the right duvet to sleep under is essential, as the perfect duvet weight and filling will keep you at the best resting temperature to enjoy deep and restorative sleep.
Here at Baksana, we know that picking a duvet inner that's just right for you can be confusing, so we're here to help.
Two of the main things to consider for your comfort are:
- Filling weight
- Loft rating or fill power
A loft rating (or fill power) indicates how warm a duvet is, and is based on a down cluster's ability to trap warm air. The higher the fill power, the warmer the duvet will be. Down duvets have excellent thermal properties, so they need less filling to achieve the same warmth as a synthetic-filled duvet. This means they are lighter in weight but much warmer at the same time.
Which duvet style is best for me?
The best place to start is by figuring out which of the Baksana Hungarian Feather and Down range is best for where you live.
If you live somewhere in the country that gets very cold and are looking for a duvet to keep you really warm, but is very light, we would recommend going for a 95/5 Hungarian goose down and feather duvet. Filled with 95% Down and 5% Hungarian white goose fetaher this is our most thermal duvet inner.
If you live in a warmer climate, you would be better off with our 80/20 Hungarian goose down duvet to avoid overheating. Whilst still having fantasti insualting properties the ration of 80% down to 20% feather means that there is more space for your body to breathe, allowing you to be warm without getting too hot.
For those who like the versatility of two duvets on top of each other and look for an all-year round solution, our all-season button together duvet duo is the ideal option. The 80/20 All-season duvet inner has a bespoke warmth factor as this includes one lightweight duvet and a warmer duvet which button together to make a wonderfully warm duvet for a perfect night's sleep in the winter. Once warmer weather arrives, the heavier duvet can be removed and stored away ready for next winter.