Comforters to consider when upgrading your bedding
There are many things one can do for better sleep: exercise more, drink less alcohol and caffeine, avoid screen time before bed, and sleep on your back. These are all fine suggestions, but certainly, a bedding upgrade wouldn’t hurt. Below, our top recommendations for the most comfortable comforters.
For people with allergies. Amazon
Made out of eucalyptus fibers, this comforter is uber soft and feels like you’re sleeping underneath a blanket made out of clouds or cotton candy. It’s cruelty-free (no geese were harmed to keep you warm at night) and resistant to microbes, mites, and allergens. Perfect for all-year-round sleeping, but when paired with a duvet cover it definitely keeps cold sleepers warm at night.
Snuggle up to this option that won’t break the bank. Amazon
This comforter is really inexpensive and the quality is decent. For those who don’t mess around with duvet covers, this all-season quilted comforter comes in several reversible colors and looks good on its own, but also has built-in corner and side loops to secure a cover should you choose.
Reusable packaging can be used as a travel tote. Amazon
For a more traditional down comforter, we like this Apsmile brand that features white Siberian down clusters and feathers plus a 100 percent unbleached cotton cover. It also has eight corner tabs for easy duvet cover attachment and is hypoallergenic. This comforter also comes in a variety of weights and warmths.