When it comes to having a comforter, any good quality one costs high dollar. I love my comforters soft, fluffy, and warm. With that being said, my go to comforter is usually a down comforter. Anyone who is familiar with them knows that they can only be dry cleaned and most come in white. Not only is white super hard to keep clean, but its so plain. So, what could I do, find an awesome duvet cover of course! And Society 6 does just that! They have beautifully designed duvets that are made from artists paintings and photography.


I came across a gorgeous one that I wanted to share with you all. This duvet cover offers a beautiful floral pattern with rich and beautiful colors. It really compliments my personality if you ask me. So, not only is the pattern and colors a perk with this, but the top of this is a microfiber material. The back of this is soft as well as reversible. This duvet cover doesn’t button like many out there on the market, it zips shut. The zipper is a plastic zipper with a metal pull. The zipper doesn’t stick or catch and overall is easy to zip. In each corner of the blanket, the ties offer ample length to tie the comforter easily and perfectly. When I needed to wash this, I washed it in cold water on gentle cycle. Care instructions were followed and washing this did not effect it what so ever. No color fading or shrinking.

This item is hand sewn and it is certainly obvious when I look. The quality of the stitches are very well done and I see no imperfections or loose threads. These duvet covers are offered in all sizes, so whether you have a twin, queen, or king, they have you covered.

Another awesome perk about purchasing from this company, is an artist gets paid with every purchase. So get out there and support an artist and purchase one of these duvet covers. If duvet covers aren’t your thing, feel free to check out the rest of their site, they have a variety of products. There’s a little something there for everyone!

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Disclosure: I received product(s) for free, in exchange for an honest review. I only recommend products or services I used personally, and believe will be good fit for consumers.



Written and managed by Chloe and Andrew of Seattle.

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