Available in 4.5, 7, 10.5, 13.5 togs and All Seasons.
I do like the John Lewis range of bedding. It’s always comfortable, and you tend to find the filling stays evenly distributed, something that I like, as I can’t stand cold spots in bed. This 90% duck down 10% duck feather is a better make up than The White Company’s comparable one, and the price is a little cheaper too, at £160 for a King Size 13.5 tog.
When I first opened the duvet, I found it needed a little longer to settle but was pleased with the cover, which felt soft and comfortable. It’s usual pocket-style filling means that it settled really well into place and as I’ve noticed with these sort of duvets before, it’s unlikely to bunch up, which is a big plus. Despite the lightweight feel of this duvet, it’s really warm and cosy, especially during these colder weeks, but it seems to be very breathable too. I tend to wake up at night if I get too hot and it hasn’t been a problem with this duvet, so it’s definitely doing the job.
When it comes to caring for the duvet, although it’s machine washable, you may find that you don’t have the room to tumble dry it so I’d advise leaving it to the professionals if you want to clean it. It settled extremely well after I got it cleaned though, and there’s been no loss of heat or lightweight feeling so it’s likely to serve me well for a long time to come – well done John Lewis!
The duvet is available in Single, Double, King, Super King sizes.