INK+IVY Rhea Down Alternative Cotton King Comforter Set, 3-Piece

Last updated: October 5, 2023

INK+IVY Rhea Down Alternative Cotton King Comforter Set, 3-Piece

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We looked at the top King Comforters and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best King Comforter you should buy.

Overall Take

This king comforter is made with 100% cotton to provide a comfortable, attractive, durable cover for your bed. The exterior is a naturally breathable and lightweight cotton, and the filling is designed to keep allergens to a minimum. This set comes with one 104-by-92-inch comforter and two 20-by-36 king shams.

In our analysis, the INK+IVY Rhea Down Alternative King Comforter Set placed 6th when we looked at the top 8 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Made with 100% cotton, this luxurious tufted chenille design, in an all-over geometric pattern, offers a soft texture and dimension to your bed

Overview

A good comforter is designed to last for a decade, so when the time comes to shop for a new comforter for your king-size bed, quality is key.

First, you’ll want to decide between a down or down-alternative comforter. Down-fill comforters are usually lighter than the alternative and have a broader comfortable-temperature range, but some are not machine washable. Synthetic-fill comforters offer the convenience of easy washing at home, but they might not breathe as well as down fill. Synthetic fill is usually heavier, too — which might be a positive for you if you prefer the weight of a heavy blanket.

Consider the season for which you’re buying your king comforter. If you live in a warmer climate, a light comforter should work well throughout most of the year. For those who live in colder climates, a heavier comforter will keep you warm through the winter months, and having a lighter comforter on hand for summer will help you sleep well through the warmer months.

Although the material of a comforter is important, it may not come into contact with your skin directly if you use a top sheet. Some consumers prefer to skip top sheets and blankets and sleep only with a fitted sheet, in which case the outer material of the comforter (or the use of a duvet cover) is crucial. You’ll want to find something that’s soft but will also hold up over many washes.

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