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Comforter Sets From Ashley Furniture HomeStore
The bedroom is a tranquil space made for sleep and relaxation. But it should also showcase a bit of your style since many of us spend a third of our lives in bed. With premium designs and materials, Ashley Furniture HomeStore makes it easy to find perfect comforter sets that suit your space and your unique personality. From queen comforter sets to throw pillows, we have the bedding items you need to get a great night’s sleep.

Different Types of Comforter Fill
Comforters come in a range of styles that can truly emphasize the look, warmth-levels and design of your bed. A cotton filled comforter is a classic staple made with a natural, breathable cotton textile as well as a hypoallergenic fill material. These pieces are usually a medium-weight, giving you exemplary warmth without overheating. If you need durability, synthetic-fill comforters are easy to wash and can last many years. If warmth is top of mind, you can never go wrong with a down filled comforter. This workhorse piece is breathable enough to keep you cool in the summer, yet keeps you warm and cozy for chilly nights in the winter. With today’s range and variety of textile materials, you can truly find a combination of design and fabric that suit your specific needs. Want to learn more? Check out this complete guide to bedding.

Comforter Styles & Materials to Match My Room
The easiest way to create a cohesive room starts with color and pattern. Sticking to one color family is a simple and elegant way to decorate a room without creating an imbalanced look. If you want your bedroom to be more adventurous, you can try your hand at mixing your comforter, quilts and coverlets in complementary color families like blue and orange, purple and yellow, red and green, etc. However, if you’re apprehensive but still want to get this look, the easiest way to mix and match is to search for different textures and styles of textiles in neutral colors. Comforters also come in a range of fabrics that can truly emphasize the look and design of your space. If your bedroom has rustic elements or is bohemian chic, comfortable comforter sets and duvet covers made of natural textiles with strong weaves, like cotton, linen and hemp, emphasize the homey and earthy elements inherent in this style of decor.

How to Wash a Comforter
Before throwing your comforter in the washing machine, always check the care instructions on the label to see if it’s machine-washable or dry-clean only. If you can’t wash your comforter at home, drop it off at a trusted dry cleaner and wait to pick it up. But, if the label gives you the go-ahead, then you’re safe to spot treat stains with a fabric cleaner or baking soda and water. Then stuff the comforter in your machine and use mild laundry detergent to protect the colors and integrity of the fabric. Use the gentle cycle to make sure the machine doesn’t cause damage to the filling. Then, place the comforter in the dryer with a set of dryer balls to fluff up the comforter while it dries.