Duvet covers are an attractive and convenient alternative to the more traditional bedspread and sheet combination. Duvet covers can be washed, and changed easily to create a new look in your bedroom. And with a washable cover, you can dispense with a flat sheet altogether, if you prefer. We've gathered a line-up of budget-friendly, attractive, and good quality duvet covers that will look great but also withstand multiple washes to keep your bedroom looking fresh and neat. With duvet covers, thread count is not as important as with sheet sets, but you'll want to look for a good quality duvet cover with at least 200-thread count.
The wide gray stripe of this West Elm duvet cover is fresh and modern, while being neutral and versatile at the same time. Gray is an especially popular color this season but will continue to be classic as the years go by. It is a great neutral that pairs well with colorful accents and a variety of home dcor styles, from modern to classic contemporary. The West Elm duvet cover comes in 200-thread count and can be machine-washed and tumble-dried, making it easy to maintain but nice and soft against your skin. Read Full Review
We're aware that at over $200 for a queen, the Anthropologie Nimbus duvet cover isn't exactly budget-friendly. However, we wanted to offer an option for those who are willing to splurge on unique design and comfort. Made of super-soft jersey fabric, you'll want rub your face all over the ruffles of the Nimbus duvet cover. The ruffled pattern is slightly vintage-looking and somewhat bohemian, which are both hallmarks of the Anthropologie brand. Sturdy but soft, this duvet cover withstands multiple machine washes without losing its good looks. Read Full Review
When it comes to IKEA, you have to be discerning about the product you choose. While some of their duvet covers are cheap, thin, and pill easily, others are long-lasting and surprisingly good quality, especially considering their low prices. The Ofelia Vass duvet cover is one such example, able to stand up to multiple washings and bleachings without losing its pretty looks. With a subtle waffle pattern, wrinkles look all the better on this duvet cover, and we love the look of a crisp white bed, a perfect blank canvas for colorful accessories. Read Full Review
The DwellStudio for Target line is your opportunity to own one of Dwell Studio's distinctive patterns at a price that won't break the bank. The Orbit duvet cover has a big modern flower pattern and is made of an easy-to-care-for cotton sateen that can be machine-washed and tumbled dry. Cotton is soft but sturdy, and piping along the edges of the duvet give it an extra touch that makes it look more expensive than it is. At under $100 for the duvet set, this is a great deal, and guests will be asking you where you got your lovely new duvet from. Read Full Review
These fun printed duvet covers are inexpensive and are a fun way to dress up your bedroom. Available in a large variety of colors, you can get one to suit your every mood. Soft and sturdy, they stand up to many washings but feel soft and comfortable against your skin. Completely reversible, it's almost like getting two duvet covers in one, with one colored side and one white side with a colored pattern. The medallion pattern is not too feminine and would be perfect for a child's bedroom as well. Read Full Review