Our Luxury Duvet Collection

Snuggle up at night with our luxury duvets. Within our duvet collection, we have several filling options, including feather and down blends, 100% down, wonderful wool, ingenious recycled options and high quality synthetic fills. We've done the hard work, learning all about the duvet tog ratings and fillings, so you don't have to. Our British duvets are made just for you when you order, with the finest European fillings, meaning they will be fresh as a daisy when they arrive at your door. It might take a little longer to reach you, currently around 2 weeks, but we promise it will be worth the wait.  Finding the right bedding can make you feel a little like Goldilocks, so our partner bedding is perfect for choosing the togs and fillings for each side of the duvet, which is created especially for you. If you have any questions about our duvets, please call us on 01243 822 599 or email us helpmechoose@secretlinenstore.com. Discover more on how to choose a duvet in our Duvet Buying Guide.
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Snuggle up at night with our luxury duvets. Within our duvet collection, we have several filling options, including feather and down blends, 100% down, wonderful wool, ingenious recycled options and high quality synthetic fills. We've done the hard work, learning all about the duvet tog ratings and fillings, so you don't have to. Our British duvets are made just for you when you order, with the finest European fillings, meaning they will be fresh as a daisy when they arrive at your door. It might take a little longer to reach you, currently around 2 weeks, but we promise it will be worth the wait.  Finding the right bedding can make you feel a little like Goldilocks, so our partner bedding is perfect for choosing the togs and fillings for each side of the duvet, which is created especially for you. If you have any questions about our duvets, please call us on 01243 822 599 or email us helpmechoose@secretlinenstore.com. Discover more on how to choose a duvet in our Duvet Buying Guide.
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How to Choose a Duvet Just For You

Whether you love the weight and crunch of a 100% feather duvet, or like to snuggle under a light, cloud-like layer, we are confident that we have the perfect duvet for you here. 

Browse our duvet and pillow set collection, take a look through our buying guides and see below for some frequently asked questions.

Feathers come from the outer covering of the bird and make up 90% of their feathery coat. They are larger, have quills, and are heavier. Goose feathers are naturally softer than duck feathers but still have quills. They have a more defined curl, for a loftier result and therefore feel more luxurious. 

If you like your duvet to have some weight, go for feather & down. The down content (usually 15%) keeps the duvet soft, whilst the feathers give you the typical feathery feel.

The down feathers are the super soft clusters, found underneath the feathers. Without any quills, they are made up of lots of tiny soft filaments that help to trap air, keeping warm air in, and cold air out. They are loftier than feathers, providing higher insulating properties. 

The ultimate in comfort, pure down produces a lighter, softer duvet, whilst helping to regulate your temperature. The higher the down content, the lighter and softer the duvet. If you want the very best, one of our 100% Hungarian Goose Down Duvet would be perfect for you.

We go into a little more detail about all things feathery here in our Bedding Buying Guide.

A tog is a British measurement of warmth. The lower the tog, the cooler the duvet, the higher, the warmer. The tog you choose will only relate to the warmth and has nothing to do with the quality of the duvet. The filling is the most important factor in the feel and longevity of your duvet. 

Learn more about duvet tog, in our blog, what is duvet tog?

Our togs start at 2.5 (perfect for the summer months) and go as high as 15 for cold winters. We offer an All Seasons option in all fillings, which has a 4.5 tog and a 9 tog duvet, that can be used separately or together to make a 13.5 tog. 

As a guide, we recommend the following.

  • 2.5 tog - light summer use
  • 4.5 tog - summer use
  • 9 tog - spring/autumn use
  • 10.5 tog – cooler spring/autumn months
  • 13.5 tog – winter months
  • 15 tog – colder winter months
  • All Seasons (4.5 and 9 tog) - all year round comfort

We have put together a handy guide on how to choose the perfect duvet.

There's nothing worse than waking up hot and sweaty at night. If you're a sufferer, we would recommend you opt for a down or synthetic summer duvet and pillow

Down is an excellent insulator and can retain heat for longer, to give you even climate control for sleep. In the summer, lighter down duvets will also provide a cooling environment. 

Alternatively, hollow fibre options are really good for pulling away excess moisture at night, with excellent temperature management qualities. Another benefit to synthetic bedding, in this case, is that you can wash and tumble dry them at home, so if you get hot and bothered, keeping them fresh is super easy. 

Read more here about choosing bedding for summer.

You will hear us referring to fill power on our down duvets. It measures the amount of space that one ounce of down will occupy when it's allowed to reach its maximum loft (or fluffiness, as we like to call it). 

The higher the fill power, the larger the clusters of down, and the better the quality. Mature birds will produce the biggest down clusters, which adds to the price as they are harder to come by. Any fill power over 600 is known to be a premium quality, and ours range from 650 to 800.

For more information on duvet fillings, read our blog.

At Secret Linen Stores, all our duvets and pillows are machine washable and should only be washed every 4 or 5 years. However, if you feel that your duvet needs a good wash, then follow the instructions in our bedding care guide. 

Getting a great night’s sleep isn’t a luxury… It's essential for keeping us healthy, happy and living life to its fullest.

It’s important to consider what size of duvet we need for our bed. But, with so many different measurements, this isn’t always a straightforward task.

Having trouble deciding which size of duvet to buy? Read our duvets, pillows and mattress topper size guide, so you can make an informed decision.

The Sleep Council suggests that a duvet should last at least 5 years, but a good quality duvet, with high quality filling, could last at least twice that, especially if it's rotated with another for the change of season. 

We have popped a blog together to help you decide when to replace your bedding.

Some believe that they're allergic to the feathers inside the duvet. It is actually the dust mites that are attracted to the feathers that cause the allergic reactions. 

At Secret Linen Stores, we ensure all our bedding is hypoallergenic. 

We use Nomite-certified covers on all of our natural duvets and pillows. This means the fabric cover has been tested to the European Down and Feather Association standards, and that the cover is so tightly woven, that it will not allow any dust mites to get through into the filling.

Read our blog for more top tips on how to sleep better with allergies.