About DownTown Natural Choices Silk-Filled Comforter - Queen
Overstock. And you thought silk was reserved for the visible side of things. The silk filling in DownTown's Natural Choices Queen comforter is a godsend for hot sleepers. Offering lightweight comfort year-round, silk has natural warming and cooling properties and constantly equalizes its temperature. It's also the least allergenic of the natural fibers. Last, but not least, the comforter is covered in luxe cotton in a gorgeous quilting pattern.
Specs about DownTown Natural Choices Silk-Filled Comforter - Queen
- Dimensions: 86x86"
- 100% cotton (cover)
- Fill: Silk batting
- Size: Queen
- Care: Dry clean
- Made in Austria
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Natural Choices Silk-Filled Comforter - QueenVerified Buyer Reviewed by 3dvizwiz from Boulder, CO on Saturday, April 16, 2016Now I have one for the guest room as well as the master bedroom - love these light, warm, soft comforters!
Very warm for such a thin comforterVerified Buyer Reviewed by Walker from North Carolina on Tuesday, April 5, 2016I was surprised when this arrived that it was so thin -- more like a bedspread than a traditional comforter -- but it turned out to be quite warm. I'd thought about using it during the summer months, but it will likely be too warm for that. Perfect for fall and winter, though, and perfect for anyone who's allergic to down. It's reasonably breathable, too, unlike most poly-fill 'down alternative' comforters.
ComforterVerified Buyer Reviewed by Bob from Earth on Monday, March 28, 2016Not too bulky but still provides good warmth.
Question & Answer
Questions about this product? Get answers from community and staff experts.
“What is the thread count of the cotton?”
“Where is this made?”
According to information listed under the product overview and specs tab: Made in Austria
“Is this too thin and flimsy to use a duvet cover on it? Would it be shifting around and bunching up inside a cover?”
This is not designed to be used in a duvet cover, so it may bunch up a bit.