Crate and barrel twin duvet cover does double duty — it protects your comforter and adds a design element to your bed, tying everything together. Because a duvet cover isn’t typically what you’re sleeping directly on or under. choosing one is often more about aesthetics and style than fabrication
1. Parachute Linen Duvet Cover
We’ve written before about how sweaty sleepers love Parachute’s linen sheets for keeping cool, so it’s not too surprising to hear that the brand’s linen duvet cover comes highly recommended by three of our experts (plus Strategist writer Dominique Pariso): Havenly staff designer Madison Shoemaker, Vanessa Alexander of Alexander Design, and designer Tina Rich. “I almost always choose linen because I love the laid-back look,” Rich told us.
2. Levtex Home Washed Linen Barrel Twin Duvet Cover
If you followed along with our obsessive linen-sheet testing, you know we’re big fans of the natural, breathable fabric. Still, as we’ve noted, it can get pricey. Emmanuelle Bernard, the founder of Hoem, recommends this linen duvet cover as a relatively budget-friendly option. One thing she likes about crate and barrel twin duvet is that it comes in a range of colors
3. Morrow Heirloom Linen Duvet Cover
For the linen duvet cover with the softest hand feel, you’ll want to check out Morrow’s Heirloom Linen duvet cover, which made with prewash French and Belgian flax. “Of all the linen duvets I’ve slept on, Morrow’s are the softest to me by far,” says Strategist senior editor Simone Kitchens
4. Quince European Linen Barrel Twin Duvet Cover
Like Morrow’s, this duvet cover from Quince is made from prewashed European flax and has that out-of-the-box softness that’s so comforting — and for less than half the price. I was sent a sample to test, and as soon as I put it on my bed. I knew that I would have trouble getting out of it in the morning, because it felt so nice to the touch.
5. Cultiver Linen Duvet Cover
If you’re looking for a linen duvet that comes in a range of colors, consider this one from Cultiver that Rich calls “amazingly soft.” “I’m such a fan of this linen duvet cover,” which prewash and woven from European flax. Rich says, naming olive, sage, and dusk as three of her favorite colors it comes in