The Best Cotton and Linen Duvet Covers for a Great Night's Sleep

The Best Cotton and Linen Duvet Covers for a Great Night's Sleep

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Katie Holdefehr
Aug 5, 2016
(Image credit: Parachute)

Whether you're looking for a duvet for your dorm room or want a high-quality cover that will last for years, choosing a duvet is a big decision—after all, it could affect how many z's you catch every single night. Nothing beats cotton and linen when it comes to coolness and breathability, so we've rounded up some of our favorite natural-fiber options at a range of price points. Take your pick from these beautiful duvets, then get ready for your best sleep ever.

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The tailored look of subtle gray stripes makes this 100% cotton duvet cover look much more expensive than it is. Snap closures that let you switch out the insert easily and a machine-washable fabric make it incredibly convenient.


If you like the soft feel and relaxed look of jersey, this organic duvet from The Company Store is for you. The cover adheres to Global Organic Textile Standards and its dyes are Oeko-Tek certified, meaning it's safe for both you and the environment.


Looking for a patterned duvet cover? Urban Outfitters should be your go-to source. Trendy motifs, like the Moroccan tile-inspired option above, are available in 100% cotton and are reversible so you can flip to the solid color side whenever you want a more subdued style.


This innovative, two-toned option from Crane & Canopy is a cross between a duvet cover and a flat sheet. Interior ribbons keep the insert from shifting, and a zipper closure makes changing the insert faster and simpler.


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This ultra-soft cotton duvet is as casual and comfortable as a well-worn tee. While most cotton duvets need to be washed several times before they begin to feel cozy, this one feels soft right when you buy it.


A day-long dyeing process creates four elegant color options and makes this linen cover softer than most. To make the cover as comfortable as possible, reviewers recommend washing this duvet before diving in.


The pretty watercolor wave design on this 400-thread count cotton percale duvet will make your bedroom feel set for summer. Also check out Bunglo's pretty pink-and-orange Casablanca design, which is new to their summer collection.


Woven from flax made in Portugal and dyed in small batches, Parachute's linen duvet is a luxurious pick at a reasonable price for linen. Available in modern neutrals, including fog gray, blush, and white, this cover is a sophisticated and timeless addition to a bedroom.


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If your summer style is Palm Beach-inspired, opt for Sferra's Genna duvet, which has two lines of decorative embroidery in 10 different color options. The cover is 100% Egyptian cotton, guaranteed to keep you cool during the warmer months of the year.


A two-inch border of modern-looking lace makes this cotton percale duvet incredibly elegant. Woven from 100% Egyptian cotton, this investment buy will get softer the longer you use it.


If you live in a hot and humid part of the country, you're going to appreciate this cool, high-quality cover every single night. Made in Italy, this lightweight, breathable duvet comes from one of the leading luxury bedding companies.


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