A rolled up duvet.
A down quilt is an example of a duvet.
Origin of duvetFrench down from Old French alteration of dumet diminutive of dum, dun from Old Norse dūnn
From French duvet, from Middle French, from Old French duvet (“down, the feathers of young birds”), alteration of dumet, dumect, from Old French dum, dun (“down, feathers”), from Old Norse dúnn (“down, down feather”), from Proto-Germanic *dūnaz (“down”), from Proto-Indo-European *dhūw- (“to smoke, fume, raise dust”). Cognate with Icelandic dúnn (“down”), Danish dun (“down”), German Daune (“down”). More at down.
- However, you can upload your own photos and designs, so if you can create a digital purple zebra print design on your computer, you can have a custom duvet cover, sheet set or comforter made for you.
- A girl who might love princesses at the age of eight or nine might not be so in favor of having a princess duvet, princess curtains, and princess pillowcases at the age of 15.
- If you find a great duvet cover or pillow shams, yet you don't want to buy an entire bedding set, you can mix it with solids in matching or complementary colors.
- Whether you opt for a single duvet cover, a reversible one or several covers, you'll quickly discover the ease a duvet gives you in changing your designs.
- No longer used only with a duvet, comforters now function in place of bedspreads as a stand alone top bedding and are left on the bed day and night.