Children's duvet

50.00 €



90 x 140cm

Everything you need to know about Children's duvet

Which duvet for children?

If the dimensions of your child's bed are 80 x 140 cm for example, it would be better to get them a 100 x 140 cm duvet or 110 x 145 cm if they move around a lot during their sleep. A minimum gap of 20 centimeters is therefore required between the width of the bed and that of the duvet.

Children's duvet: What is a duvet?

A duvet is an article of bedding that the sleeper slips under and which keeps them warm while sleeping. It is made up of a fabric envelope traditionally filled with down but today most often with synthetic fibers.

Children's duvet: What is the difference between a duvet and a blanket?

While the blanket is placed on top of the sheets and its fibers retain heat, the duvet is made of a soft cover filled with down or synthetic materials.

Children's duvet: How to choose a good duvet?

For a good duvet, the recommended down percentage is between 70 and 90%. Synthetic duvets are recommended for people prone to allergies. They are often treated with anti-mite and antibacterial treatment. They have a shorter lifespan, around 5 years.

Children's duvet: What is the difference between warm and temperate duvet?

Warm duvets are intended for poorly heated rooms with a temperature below 18°C. Temperate duvets are suitable for rooms with a temperature between 18°C ​​and 22°C.