We receive so many questions about pillow inserts and the best duvet insert for our popular block print pillows and duvet covers that we thought we’d do a round-up of our most frequently recommended inserts. These recommendations will be a perfect fit for your handcrafted Indian textiles. Find pillow inserts and duvet cover inserts in this post.
Whether you’re looking for pillow inserts or a duvet insert made from natural materials, budget options, or inserts that won’t cause your allergies to flare up, there are many choices available to fit both your needs and your linens.
The best pillow inserts to go with Saffron Marigold block print pillows
Our throw pillows measure a standard 18″ square and our Euro shams measure a generous 26″ square. As such, all of the options below measure 18″ and 26″ to fit our pillow covers perfectly. However, if you want your pillows to look filled to the max, then you’ll want to choose an insert that’s 1-2 inches smaller for an extra-plush pouf. Here are a few great options to go with our pillow covers and cushion covers:
The Organic Mattress
These pillow inserts are made with feathery-soft natural kapok fiber filling, which is sometimes referred to as silk cotton. Kapok grows naturally and is a great option for an eco-friendly pillow.
Wool pillow inserts provide a soft and even fill without any irregular lumps. It’s a cozy pillow, indeed. CeCe’s Wool, based in upstate New York, doesn’t use any harsh chemicals to clean the wool. They offer inserts in sizes that match our throw pillows and Euro shams alike.
For less than $30, you can have a package of four hypoallergenic pillow inserts delivered to your door! Acanva supplies 100% hypoallergenic polyester microfiber pillow inserts that feel soft and smooth.
These brushed poly-cotton fabric pillow inserts are long-lasting and stay plump–and they’re available for our throw pillow covers as well as our Euro shams.
The best duvet cover inserts for your cotton duvet cover
There are just so many factors to consider when shopping for a new duvet: fill number, shell materials, fill material. The list goes on and on! If you live in a colder climate, you’ll naturally want a warmer duvet. However, if you tend to overheat at night, you’ll want something that has a fill power of 400-600 (or even less) for use throughout the year. If you want your bedding to appear ultra-puffy, buy a duvet that’s just slightly larger than the cover itself for a stuffed-and-fluffed look.
Made with box-stitched, 600-fill pure down, this duvet is great for year-round use or for anyone who tends to get hot while sleeping. These offerings from Coyuchi (a company that prizes sustainability and ethical practices) are slightly oversized and will provide that puffed-fluffed look to your bedding.
The Fine Bedding Company
If you suffer from allergies, then you’ll want a hypoallergenic duvet like this one. It even fits inside your home washing machine for easy laundering! (Wash on the highest water setting allowable in order to kill dust mites.)
Boll & Branch
Boll & Branch is our go-to for luxury bedding. Sized in full/queen and king/Cal king and covered in organic cotton, these down alternative duvets are filled with allergy-friendly synthetic fiber in fluffy clusters.
The Silk Store
A silk duvet is a wonderful, luxe choice for your bedding. Made with natural silk, this fabric is breathable and easily adapts to your body temperature. It’s not bulky or puffy and can be used throughout the year.
As you journey through the seasons, switching up your pillows and bedding becomes an easy, beautiful, and fun way to update your home decor–and it’s practical, too. We have a variety of handcrafted, block printed linens to help you create your own inspired looks throughout the year. Be sure to scroll down and subscribe to our newsletter to stay in the know about new collections, sales, and style tips!