Apartment Quilt  90% European Goose Down with unique 4-way warmth control
  • Apartment Quilt  90% European Goose Down with unique 4-way warmth control
  • Ring stitched casing
  • Ring Stitched construction

Apartment

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Apartment

$309.00

Designed Exclusively for The Bedspread Shop

Fill: 90% European Goose Down
Fill Power: 650+
Warmth: 
Medium
Weight: Light

The Apartment quilt was designed by The Bedspread Shop to create an all year round quilt that is suitable for both Apartment style living and traditional homes. Cased in a super lightweight batiste cotton fabric with interval ring stitching.

Approximately a quarter of the weight of most down quilts, it is almost weightless, with ring / dimple stitching (the quilt is stitched together in little circles at intervals) and a batiste casing. A ring stitched quilt means you can move the down vertically and horizontally within the casing- providing warmth flexibility for couples with different body thermostats. The perfect amount of airy European down and 4-way temperature control results in a warm and lightweight quilt.

 

Product  Details

90% European Goose Down

4-way warmth control

Batiste casing

Ring stitched, allowing for multiple warmth options

Beneficial for differing warmth requirements.

Made in Australia

 

Terminology

Fill: The percentage of feather and down within the quilt

Fill Power: The measure of the loft of goose down. Technically it's the number of cubic inches that one ounce of down will fill. The higher the number, the more the loft, and the better the insulation the down provides.

 

Handy Hint

When you first unpack your new quilt, it will have virtually no air in it, so to add loft to it, just give it a vigorous shake and leave it uncovered for a while, and you will see it reconstitute to its proper loft.

 

Quilt care 

Danish Eiderdowns are one of Australia's leading experts in the manufacture and rejuvenation of quilts.

Please visit our Tips & Advice for more information on Quilt care 


Please note: Australian Standards 2479-1987 Tolerances allowed under the above standard are not acceptable to the ACCC, therefore there is no longer 100% labelling permitted on products.