When we think of comfort and security, our minds seldom stray farther than our very own bed. After a day of hard work, sometimes all we can think of is getting home and getting into our personal cocoon. We imagine the cares of the day dissipate as we slide under our dark purple duvet.
Why dark purple? When we think of a deep, dark purple, we think of royalty, luxury, and comfort. You might be surprised, when asking a person’s favorite color, how many times purple is the answer. There is something primal about it; a dark summer sky, a goblet of wine, your favorite color of lollipop when you were a child. Why not have your favorite color in your favorite place? A solid purple bedding whispers class and comfort.
There are so many different lavender duvets to choose from. How luxurious would you like to be? A purple satin or purple velvet duvet covers the bed of Kings and Queens. A solid, floral, or purple print duvet? How difficult to decide, they are all so beautiful. You can pay the premium price for an eiderdown duvet, go more economical but still have wonderful comfort with feathers and down, or perhaps you would like a down alternative duvet (for folk with allergies or confirmed duck-lovers). There is always the alternative to upgrade an old duvet with a brand new purple duvet cover.
When going out to find your very own duvet, firstly, know the size you need. Do you need a king or queen sized duvet? Would you like to buy a size larger so you can roll up in it and cocoon? If you like to snack or have your first cup of the morning in bed, a duvet cover that can be laundered easily is right for you. If you have kids, either of the two- or four-legged variety, you will need a modern purple duvet that is a strong fabric that can stand up to wear.