The 12 Best Places to Shop for Cozy Comforters

updated Jan 3, 2024
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Cooler nights call for warmer, cozier blankets — it’s just science. There’s nothing quite like cozying up with a fluffy comforter that turns your normal bed into a snuggly hibernation den where you can catch some z’s at night and catch up on rest over the weekend. When you’re looking for a new comforter, you want to make sure you’re getting one that’s not just comfy but also well-made and built to last. After all, this is an investment in your bedroom and in your quality of sleep, so you want to make it count!

While a quality comforter can be pricey, they tend to last a long time, making them worthwhile. So where should you be shopping for your next comforter? With affordable picks from places like Walmart and Macy’s to luxe selections from high-end home retailers like Parachute and Cozy Earth, you’ll find the perfect one for your bedroom right here. Check out our favorite places to shop for the best comforters — sweet dreams await.

Note: All prices listed are for size Full/Queen.

Picky about your bedding? Buffy lets you try their comforters for seven nights to make sure you like what you’re getting. With free shipping and free returns, testing out a Buffy comforter is a no-brainer. The comforters are fantastic, too, especially if you’re a hot sleeper. The Buffy Cloud is made from eucalyptus that’s grown using ten times less water than cotton and is super soft and breathable. Also, check out the Buffy Breeze, a slightly more expensive option that’s impressively temperature-regulating and topped our Best List!

For the ultimate in luxury, look no further than Cozy Earth‘s incredible bedding. With a focus on sustainable resources and quality construction, they stockpile everything from cooling sheets to a silky comforter that will keep hot and cold sleepers temperate. This piece is a bit of a splurge, but a worthy one when you consider how much time you spend in bed.

No matter what you’re looking for, chances are The Company Store has you covered. Shop by size, material, color, and price to find the perfect option for your bed, whether that’s an ultra-thick down comforter or a fun patterned comforter set. One of the brand’s bestsellers is the LaCrosse comforter, which comes in four different warmth options (light, medium, extra, and ultra) and 18 colors. Other great finds include the Dual Down Comforter for couples, the Bamboo Sateen Comforter, and the LoftAIRE Down Alternative Comforter.

Relatively new to the industry, Quince focuses on bringing luxury accessories and home decor to the market at fair (and transparent) prices. In addition to their editor-loved sheets, Quince has also created the perfect do-it-all comforter, filled with premium down and available in two weights, light and all-season.

For another luxe option from one of AT editors’ favorite sleep brands, check out Saatva. This comforter made our Best List for being the “best down alternative comforter,” and is made with the same quality construction we’ve come to adore from their bedding and mattresses. Available in three sizes and equipped with a cotton shell made of the finest quality long staple percale cotton, it’s one alternative down comforter that doesn’t compromise on quality.

We can always count on Macy’s for affordable, quality bedding, including their comforter selection. From printed sets to classic white options, Macy’s has a comforter for everyone. (Fact: There are currently 350 models to choose from!) For something budget-friendly and seriously cozy, you can’t go wrong with this classic Hotel Collection 680 thread count down comforter.

You can find pretty much anything at Walmart, so it goes without saying that they also carry a wide range of ultra-cozy comforters for great prices. You’ll find both traditional, solid-colored options, as well as fun patterns and prints for sleepers of all ages. Narrow down your search by size, color, type, and ratings to find the covering of your dreams, like this soft hypoallergenic number, an affordable option that comes in three colors.

If you want to feel like you’re sleeping in a cloud, you need a Brooklinen comforter. All of Brooklinen’s bedding is ridiculously soft, responsibly manufactured, and made with top-quality materials. Made with microfibers that have the exact texture of down, the down alternative comforter is, in our humble opinion, one of the comforters on the market. (And their regular down comforter is great, too!)

You probably already love Parachute for its premium home goods, especially bedding. With a commitment to social responsibility and superior quality products, it’s a great place to shop for bedding of all kinds. Their Down Duvet Insert, available in lightweight or all-season options, is filled with European down and is extra lofty for ultimate comfort.   

For the best that nature has to offer, shop Coyuchi’s organic comforters and quilts. Every piece is GOTS and MADE SAFE certified and crafted from organic materials, so you can feel extra good about taking it to bed with you. Their organic cotton comforter is a versatile, year-round option — you can use it on its own as a quilt, layered with blankets, or added on top of a duvet for extra warmth. Also check out their Wool Duvet Insert, which is down-free and hypoallergenic.

Our friends at L.L. Bean know a thing or two about staying warm, even while you’re sleeping. Shop their selection of relatively affordable comforters to find exactly what your bedroom needs, whether that’s a fleece-backed option or a flannel bedding set. The Ultrasoft Cotton Comforter comes in three sizes and six colors and is designed to keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. 

With a tagline like “let’s get comfy,” you know the comforter selection at Lands’ End must be good. This down comforter has a cover made of 100-percent supima cotton for incredible softness. Box stitching keeps all the filling in place and improves durability, and the entire piece is certified to the animal welfare requirements of the Responsible Down Standard (RDS).