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- Inexpensive compared to other luxury brands
- 100% natural fibers are naturally hypoallergenic, eco-friendly and OEKO-TEK certified
- Linen and cotton fabrics get softer over time and with washing
- European made
- Machine washable
- Susceptible to wrinkling
- Limited selection of sizes and colors
- Lack of inner fasteners means duvet may may shift inside the cover
Founded by John and Christina Ciobota, who wanted to create linens similar to those handed down by their grandparents, Latemornings uses textiles made from premium European flax and high-quality cotton milled in Italy. Their bedding is constructed in Romania, using traditional methods to create long-lasting linens that get better with time.
Latemornings only uses 100 percent natural fibers in their sheets and duvet covers, including European flax and exceptionally soft Supima cotton.They do not treat their products with anti-wrinkle chemicals, making them hypoallergenic and environmentally friendly. All of their products are Standard 100 OEKO-TEX certified.
Latemornings offers several duvet cover sets:
- Latemornings Supima Cotton Duvet Cover: Made from 100 percent Supima cotton, this 550-thread-count duvet cover set (a cover and two pillowcases) is densely woven but lightweight and incredibly soft, and will become even softer with every wash. Available in white.
- Latemornings Percale Duvet Cover: This set is a 100 percent cotton in a tight percale weave that provides a crisp and cool, yet exceptionally soft feeling. The 200-thread-count sets soften with washing, and are available in white, powder pink, and azure.
- Latemornings Sateen Duvet Cover: Latemornings’ sateen duvet cover is silky smooth, made from 100 percent combed cotton woven into a durable sateen that highlights the fibers’ softness and luster. The 300-thread count sateen softens with every wash, and the luxurious feeling keeps you cozy when it’s cold. Available in white, soft grey, and purple.
- Latemornings Damask Duvet Cover: The damask duvet cover is a floral-patterned damask made with 100 percent combed cotton for a silky-smooth feeling that gets softer with washing. The 285-thread count set is available in white.
- Latemornings Linen Duvet Cover: With breathability and moisture-wicking properties, Latemornings’ linen duvet cover is durable, soft, and comfortable all year round, especially if you sleep hot. Made from European flax, time and washing only makes it softer while creating a luxurious, vintage appearance. The 110-thread count cover comes in rose and stone blue.
Read on to learn more about Latemornings Duvet Covers. Our guide covers pricing, construction, and performance, as well as Latemornings’ shipping and return policies.
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Now let’s see how Latemornings duvet covers have been rated for durability, temperature neutrality, feel and more.
Our ratings below are based on intensive product research and verified customer experiences.
Our testers especially liked the linen, Supima cotton, and damask duvet covers due to their comfort and temperature regulation. The Supima cotton duvet cover was especially well-received for its exceptional softness, while the linen received high marks for its ability to maintain a comfortable temperature while sleeping. Although the linen duvet cover felt a bit coarse at first, our testers noted that it had a more natural feel and that it did get softer with washing.
The easy care instructions for Latemornings duvet covers was also appealing to our testers. All of the covers can be machine washed and tumbled dry, although they do have a tendency to wrinkle since they haven’t been treated with anti-wrinkle chemicals. Still, despite needing to be ironed, testers found the linens to be easy to care for and appreciated the commitment to an environmentally friendly product.
The main drawback of the Latemornings duvet covers is the lack of fasteners inside the cover to hold the duvet in place. Even when the cover fits well, inserts have a tendency to shift.
We Recommend the Supima Duvet Cover Set if…
- You want an exceptionally soft duvet cover.
- You tend to sleep hot.
- You prefer 100% American cotton.
We Recommend the Percale Duvet Cover Set if…
- You want a durable duvet cover that gets softer with time.
- You tend to sleep hot.
- You like a crisp, denser feeling.
We Recommend the Sateen Duvet Cover Set If …
- You want a duvet cover with a silky feel and slight lustrous finish.
- You want a duvet cover that gets softer with washing.
- You want a duvet cover that is slightly warmer, but doesn’t sleep hot.
We Recommend the Damask Duvet Cover Set if…
- You want a luxurious duvet cover with a subtle pattern.
- You want a duvet cover that is feels silky soft and gets softer with time.
- You prefer 100% natural fibers.
We Recommend the Linen Duvet Cover Set if…
- You like the look and feel of linen bedding.
- You want a duvet cover that’s cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
- You want a durable duvet cover.
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When shopping for a new duvet cover, it’s smart to compare the products you’re considering to other similar products. So how do the Latemornings’ duvet covers stack up to other duvet cover sets?
Each of the duvet covers from Latemornings has a distinct feel. The Supima cotton is exceptionally soft, while the percale cover has more crisp feeling. The Sateen Duvet cover is also silky-smooth to the touch, with a luxurious drape and slight luster. The Damask weave adds a hint of opulence to your bed, where the Linen duvet cover gives a more casual and vintage look. The linen fabric is also slightly more coarse than the cotton duvets, yet it will soften in time.
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What You Need to Know About Latemornings Duvet Covers
If you’re considering a Latemornings duvet cover for your bed, here are some important things to know about the sizing and pricing, care instructions, company policies, and more.
Sizing and Pricing
Following are the current prices for Latemornings duvet cover sets. Duvet covers are only sold as a set with a cover and two pillowcases, and only in full/queen or king/California king sizes. Keep in mind that Latemornings bedding is slightly oversized to account for shrinkage when washed.
- Full/Queen $169 Supima $129 Percale $139 Sateen $149 Damask $209 Linen
- King/Cali King $189 Supima $139 Percale $149 Sateen $159 Damask $229 Linen
What You Need to Know About Latemornings Duvet Covers
Read on to learn more about the construction of Latemornings’ duvet cover sets, including sizing and material makeup.
All of Latemornings’ duvet cover sets include a cover and two pillowcases. The company only sells duvet covers in full/queen or king/California king sizes. The duvet covers are deliberately oversized to allow for shrinkage in the wash.
All of Latemornings’ bedding is made from 100 percent natural cotton, Supima cotton, or linen from European flax. Here are some more specifics about each type of duvet cover.
- Latemornings Supima Cotton Duvet Cover: The Supima cotton duvet cover set is made from 100 percent Supima cotton, which features extra-long staple fibers that provide extra durability and resistance to pilling, as well as exceptional softness and color retention. The Supima cotton duvet cover features a dense but lightweight 550-thread count weave.
- Latemornings Percale Duvet Cover: Although the Latemornings’ Percale Duvet Cover is only 200 thread count, lower than what many luxury brands use, the 100 percent cotton milled in Italy is woven into a tight percale wave that creates a dense, crisp, and cool fabric. The percale duvet cover is ideal for people who sleep warm, and it gets softer with every washing.
- Latemornings Sateen Duvet Cover: Traditionally, sateen is a unique one-yarn-over and three-yarn-under type of wave that exposes more of the thread’s surface, creating a silky feeling and giving the fabric a slight sheen. Latemornings’ 300-thread count sateen duvet cover is made from 100 percent combed cotton, creating a durable cover that looks and feels luxurious. A slightly heavier fabric, sateen is ideal for use in cooler climates, and it gets softer with washing, without pilling.
- Latemornings Damask Duvet Cover: Damask weaving is a centuries-old traditional form of weaving that varies techniques to create a subtle pattern in the fabric. Latemornings’ Damask Duvet Cover features a floral pattern made from 285-thread count, 100 percent combed cotton, which is soft and smooth, and gets softer over time while still maintaining a rich, indulgent appearance and feeling.
- Latemornings Linen Duvet Cover: Linen is an excellent choice if you want a casual, laid-back, vintage look on your bed. It’s also comfortable and soft all year round, especially if you sleep hot thanks to its natural breathability. The 110-thread count Latemornings linen duvet cover is made from 100 percent European flax, and although it may feel a bit coarse at first, it does get softer with time and washing.
|Latemornings Collection||Material||Weave||Bundle Options||Colors/Patterns Available|
|Supima Duvet Cover Set||100% Supima cotton||Percale||1 duvet cover and 2 pillowcases||White|
|Sateen Duvet Cover Set||100% cotton||Sateen||1 duvet cover and 2 pillowcases||White, Purple, Soft Grey|
|Damask Duvet Cover Set||100% cotton||Damask||1 duvet cover and 2 pillowcases||White|
|Percale Duvet Cover Set||100% cotton percale||Percale||1 duvet cover and 2 pillowcases||White, Azure, Powder Pink|
|Linen Duvet Cover Set||100% linen||Linen||1 duvet cover and 2 pillowcases||Stone Blue, Rose|
Cleaning and Care
Latemornings duvet covers are machine washable. The company recommends washing in warm water with similar colors, and tumble drying on low to normal heat. Line drying will provide a crisper feel. Because the duvet colors are made from fabrics that have never been treated with anti-wrinkle chemicals, they will wrinkle. Only iron the percale, supima, or damask covers, though; the linen covers should not be ironed to preserve their vintage feeling. Never use bleach or dry clean any Latemornings duvet cover.
Latemornings Coupons and Discounts
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Warranty 2-Year limited
Made In Fabrics milled in Italy; Bedding manufactured in Romania
Why do Latemornings duvet covers have lower thread counts?
Buyers often assume that higher thread counts — or the number of horizontal and vertical threads in one inch of fabric — mean better quality. However, sometimes manufacturers artificially increase thread count by using double- and triple-ply threads that combine lower quality cotton with high-quality fiber to increase thread count without improving quality. Latemornings only uses single ply threads, so the overall count is lower, but the quality is still high.
What does premium combed cotton mean?
Combed cotton means the fiber is picked, and then “carded”, or cleaned, separated and aligned for spinning— and then the strands are run through fine brushes to remove short or broken strands so only the longest and strongest fibers are spun into cotton fabric. This ensures that your bedding is more durable, resists pilling, and is softer.
What is the difference between Supima cotton and regular cotton?
Supima cotton is an American grown variety of cotton that has longer, finer fibers than conventional cotton. This makes Supima cotton fabric softer, more durable, and denser than fabrics made from other types of cotton.
Will my Latemornings duvet cover shrink in the wash?
Yes. Latemornings duvet covers are manufactured slightly larger than necessary to accommodate shrinkage. You can expect your cover to shrink after the first wash, but not to the degree that it no longer fits the duvet.
Latemornings was inspired by the owners’ European grandparents, who passed down linens of exceptional quality. Their sheets and duvet covers are made from all-natural fibers milled in Italy, with the bedding manufactured in Romania.
Latemornings does not operate any brick-and-mortar locations.
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