The best duvet inner NZ will be breathable and help regulate your body temperature. This will keep you cool in summer and cosy in winter.
It’s easy to care for and can be tumble dried. It’s also anti-allergenic. The fibres are tightly woven so house dust mites can’t get in.
Wool duvet inners are a warm option for summer and winter, naturally regulating your body temperature and wicking moisture. These duvet inners also resist mould, mildew and are hypoallergenic. They can however have a natural smell which will dissipate over time.
Feather & Down
Soft and light, feather and down duvet inners are great for insulation. The ‘fill power’ rating indicates the fillings insulating abilities and is a good indication of the warmth it will provide.
The higher the fill power, the warmer the duvet will be.
Microfibre is easy care and offers a soft, lofty feel. It is a synthetic fill which is hypoallergenic and available in a variety of weights for all seasons. It can be a bit clammy for some people but it is breathable and moisture-wicking. It is also good for allergy and asthma sufferers.
While a supportive pillow, mattress topper and cosy linen bedding set have significant impacts on your sleep, the duvet inner is one of the most important purchases you’ll make. It is a key piece that can improve your quality of sleep tenfold.
Unlike synthetic duvet inners that are less breathable and can harbour house dust mite allergens, our natural fibre bed duvet inners are breathable to prevent moisture from trapping underneath the casing – a leading cause of allergies. Look for the Nomite mark indicating an anti-allergen standard suitable for house dust mite allergy sufferers and Oeko-Tex 100 – certified against harmful toxins and chemicals.
Made in NZ with wool from the Good Linen Co, this soft duvet inner will regulate your temperature throughout the night and provide you with a warm winter’s sleep. Its insulating fibre adapts to your body heat, keeping you regulated in winter and cool in summer and it can be washed regularly for a long-lasting performance.
Duvet inners regulate your body temperature so you don’t get too hot or cold in bed. You can find a variety of sizes and materials, including wool, alpaca, feather and down.
The hollow structure of alpaca fibres makes it a great natural insulator and perfect for year-round use. It also has moisture wicking abilities that keep you cool and dry, and unlike wool it doesn’t have lanolin which keeps it odourless.
Look for the NOMITE mark, which indicates that the duvet has been treated to reduce the amount of dust mites. Dust mites love to breed in damp conditions, so keeping your bedding as breathable as possible is important for allergy sufferers. Many duvets with a wool or alpaca filling have tightly woven cotton casings to ensure the mites can’t get in. This can make a huge difference to your sleep quality.
As well as being soft and lightweight, silk has naturally breathable properties which help support your natural temperature regulation. It’s also resistant to bacteria and odours, making it the ideal choice for sleepers with allergies and skin sensitivities.
This luxurious duvet inner from Gingerlily is made with 100% mulberry silk and comes with a cotton sateen casing. It has a higher GSM and loft than standard duvet inners, meaning it feels plump and more substantial.
It’s available in all seasons weight, meaning you can switch it out with a lighter summer inner or add an extra layer for winter. It’s also machine washable on a cold setting. However, to maintain the quality and longevity of your duvet it is recommended that you air your silk duvet on a sunny day to refresh the filling. Ideally, this should be done once or twice a year. Alternatively, you can opt for a silk duvet protector to guard against dirt, dust mites and other allergens.