Keeping warm in the winter can be a cumbersome task, requiring humans to pay large gas bills or take up residence inside a volcano. Fight the frigid air with today’s Groupon from Canadian Down & Feather Company at Dreams Bed Bath Home Decor. Choose from the following options:<p>
- For $30, you get a twin-sized white goose-feather duvet (a $75 value).
- For $35, you get a double-sized white goose-feather duvet (a $90 value).
- For $40, you get a queen-sized white goose-feather duvet (a $100 value).
- For $50, you get a king-sized white goose-feather duvet (a $120 value).
Buyers of today’s deals will pick up their comforters at Dreams Bed Bath Home Decor, where they will also receive a voucher good for 15% off all other merchandise. Duvets come with a 5-year warranty.
The warmth experts at Canadian Down & Feather Company have striven to supply snoozers with the lightest, fluffiest white goose-feather duvets. Each bed-cover encapsulates freshly processed feathers inside box construction. For added comfort, feathers undergo an antimicrobial process that scuttles insolent bacteria to oblivion and renders the fill hypoallergenic. The 233-thread-count duvets come in a shade of white brighter than a bleached angel wing, and with proper care, Canadian Down & Feather Company claims the feather-stuffed body-toppers will last a lifetime.
Canadian Down & Feather Company
A lot of people suffer from down allergies. But even those people could likely sleep on bedding from Canadian Down & Feather Company, whose designs use fill that's been cleaned with an antimicrobial process that makes them hypoallergenic. And depending on the product, there are plenty of other advanced design elements, including box construction to ensure even down distribution, baffle "walls" that boost fluffiness, and up to 400 thread count to keep down and the secrets you've whispered into them from escaping. These extra touches aren't surprising, considering the company is led by a team with more than a century of experience with down and feather products. And those who are still hesitant to try down could opt for duvets and pillows filled with gel microfiber.