Luxury comforter sets, as long as you are not allergic to goose or duck feathers. Natural duvets down can be filled with duck or goose down pure or a mixture of feathers and down, depending on the type of duvet. Duck down is typically used in less expensive and luxury comforter sets. Luxury duvets use one or the other down harvested from nests Eider ducks. The pull-down offers the softest downward fill. Small duck feathers mean the spines poke less through the cover, especially if it is a greater number of yarn. Most quilts in the economy have a stuffed duck down.
Luxury comforter sets have small particles. They usually have covers with a higher thread density to keep the bottom down. Goose down covers is heavier than a standard duvet cover. The greater number of yarn means less dirt and debris enter the fabric, keeping the quilt cleaner for longer periods of time. Goose feathers offers the same amount of insulation as ducking the head, but since the geese are plucked off when they are more mature, the feathers are larger and provide more heat than bending the head.
Luxury quilts usually have a filling power above 600. They also have baffle box stitching. The seam follows a grid pattern to flatten and smooth the drop, keeping it evenly distributed, as it sometimes agglomerates. High-end quilts also have a count of 300 threads or higher, using goose or duvet for filling. Luxury comforter sets usually have double stitched seams for durability. And lower price quilts are often mixed with down feathers to load or use cheaper classified as lower. Cheaper quilts also have a power fill lower, or less down per square inch. The duvet has less lint, softness and insulation, but this can work well if your room gets hot, or if you want a lighter summer comforter.