Buy Ikea Comforters In Your Choice Of Warmth
Ikea comforters are made in a range of weights that provide different levels of warmth. This is very convenient since some people want a very heavy blanket while others who live in a warmer region require lighter, less warm comforters. Ikea comforters are rated by this company from 1 to 6 with 1 being the thinnest, lightest comforter sold. As the numbers go up, so does the weight of the hypoallergenic down alternative filling or down that is in the comforter.
Ikea comforters are priced very low, such as their Mysa Gras comforter that has a warmth rate of 1. It is filled with polyester fiber fill that is in a thin layer within the shell, weighing only 17 ounces. It is machine washable on hot, but it must be air dried. This style is available in twin size or full/queen size. A duvet is required for this comforter since it is plain white, although it could be used as is.
Other Ikea comforters that are rated either a 1 plus 3 are much more expensive, but they are made to be used year round. One style called the Ikea 365 + Mysa is a combination of two comforters that can be used in three ways. The first way is with the lightest rate 1 comforter that is good for use in the warmer months. For seasons like spring and fall, the rate 3 comforter that is also part of this set is the ideal warmth. During the cold winter months, both can be used together to provide a rate 4 comforter. The filling is half polyester and the other half is Lyocell which moves moisture away from the body to keep the sleeper dry at night. Both of these Ikea comforters may be machine washed and dried. They are available in twin size, full/queen size, and king size.
The very warm Ikea 365+ Mysa comforter is covered with a Lyocell and cotton cover. If a rate 4 Ikea comforter is required to stay warm in a colder area, these are made as well. The warmth rate of 4 has a filling weight of 71 ounces of down alternative filling. Half of it is polyester and the other half is Modal. The outer cover is 228 thread count and this bedding may be machine washed on hot and machine dried.
Ikea comforters are also made with down filling for those who prefer the warmth that feathers provide. These are called the Mysa Vete collection. They are made in rate 1, rate 1 and 3 in a set, rate 3, and rate 5. The same combination of rates 1 and 3 that are offered in the down alternative are offered in real down. The filling weight is 17 ounces for the rate 1 comforter and 66 ounces for the rate 3 comforter. When used together, there is a total of 83 ounces of down for real warmth. The filling material is 75% duck down with 25% duck feathers. The cover is 236 thread count, and it is panel stitched which keeps the feathers from shifting inside. This comforter can be machine washed with only one-third the normal amount of laundry detergent and tumble dried.
Ikea comforters are made to suit everyone’s needs to stay warm while sleeping. Buying an Ikea comforter is almost like having a custom-made blanket for your bed because you choose how warm you want it to be. Ikea comforters are sold online and in Ikea stores across the United States. Ikea also sells a wide variety of duvet covers to fit any décor.
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