You just cannot sleep anymore as long you do not pull the lofty and softy comforter allover your body on the bed. Yes, comforters are to give you complete comfort while you sleep and dream. After a whole day of hectic schedule, who does not want to have sleep with the finest comforter?
Comforters are used allover the world but by name they are different. Comforter basically means the cover of quilting, foam, filling. And the made up can be completely different from some cheapest lower count and constructions to the highest thread count. In comforter the more the thread count the comforter will be softer.
Generally fibers with higher staple length largely contribute to get some softness. The used yarns twisting in the comforter also affect the hand feel or stiffness. Different types of comforter can be found in the stores ranging from pigment printed, raised flannels, reactive printed and solid color. The highest thread comforters are generally with solid, that is, dyed in colors. Pigments give some stiffness while reactive print is better performer in terms of fastness properties, rubbing, shrinkage or dimensional stability and pilling. Ohh, I forgot - the issue of formaldehyde content is also important. Otherwise too much formaldehyde will get you irritated all the night. Does not matter whether you are considering in Japanese law or oekotex or british standard or ISO. Main concern is getting comfort.
The made is different region to region for comforter or duvet cover. You will find Housse Coutte with some 40 CM bottle necks, in the Netherlands you will find full open flap, in Denmark they are getting zippers as well as button. Sweden is having her own style with hand holes on top of it - but you can also find a mixed made up in France i.e; with bottle neck and Swedish hand holes. It is completely more with poppers opening in Ireland and UK . The Japanese are having comforters that have some ribbons inside of it - yes quite strange.
This is a vast area with specialized skills sets. In above I just tried to give some glimpses. But I am sure I could not even inform you a single percent of the whole.