Where can I Buy Quilt Covers in Australia?
So where can I buy a quilt cover in Australia? My Heavenly Silks provides a large variety of quilt covers and bedding sets for everyone’s needs. All our bed sheeting sets come with a quilt cover the meet the highest manufacturing quality.
Our sheets have a smooth surface and amazing lustre that allows for super easy machine washing and drying.
Quilt Cover has a Softness Guarantee
Made from the finest cottons for softness and relaxation.
Classic styling for Our Quilt Covers
We offer a variety of vibrant colours in in the traditional king and queen sizes. Featuring a luscious sheen finish our sets can complete your bedroom décor.
Easy to care for
Our beautiful Sheets and Quilt Covers are colour safe and machine washable. Always follow care labels instructions for best results.
Available in an array of sizes, colours and designs.
- 650 thread count
- Easy care for
- Tumble dry
- Available in an array of sizes and colours
You can choose from a large variety of different colours and size options. Machine wash in cold water and tumble dry.
What is the purpose of a Quilt Covers?
Due to its expensive nature and difficulty to clean, these covers are useful. They protect your duvet and can be easily removed to wash. They also allow for quick and easy change to the look of your bed without having to redecorate.
Quilts normally fits snugly inside a quilt cover which can be removed and washed at any time.
What size Quilt Cover do I need?
To make sure your comforter and quilts for correctly make sure it is 2.5cm to 5cm longer then the bedding sizes below.
Common Bedding Sizes
Twins: 99cm x 190cm
Twin XL: 99cm x 203cm
Full: 137cm x 190cm
Full XL: 137cm x 203cm
Queen: 152cm x 203cm
King: 193cm x 213cm
Please thicker mattress will need more then the 2.5cm to 5 stated above.
What’s a Quilt, Doona and Comforter then?
It’s completely understandable that people could become confused between duvets, quilts, Doonas and comforters. In England it is commonly called a continental quilt or quilt. In Australia it is also referred to as a doona. In America you may even be called a comforter usually has a slightly different type of betting as it is not a stick and often doesn’t have a cover.
They aren’t really the same thing but depending on your location or where you are from these words interchangeably.