Comforters and Comforter Sets

Comforter on bed

Try Our Comforter Sets and Sleep Peacefully Through the Night

The best comforters for a temperature-controlled night’s sleep are made from high-quality down-alternative materials. Southshore Fine Linens’ comforter sets come in various colors, patterns, and sizes, providing a luxurious feel for any bed at an affordable price.  

Shop now for our high-quality solid color comforters!

Bed Comforters Are Perfect for Year-Round Use

People often mistakenly think they can only use comforters during cooler months. However, our comforters can be used year-round since they are made from down-alternative 240 GSM microfiber stuffing, which is perfect for the spring and summer, too!

Luxury for an Affordable Price

Down-alternative bedding provides supreme comfort at a fraction of the price! It’s often less than one-tenth the price of down, with the same amount of warmth. Our comforters closely rival down for comfort, quality, and durability without the steep price tag.

All comforter sets offer piped edges, rounded corners, stylish patterns, and exciting colors. You can also easily change your bed's look while enjoying plush, lightweight comforters as an insert and using a duvet cover with it!

Breathe Easy With Our Allergen-Free Comforters

Our comforters are ideal for those who cannot tolerate down harvested from ducks and geese. Our man-made filling fibers are hypoallergenic, odor-free, and dust-mite-resistant, ensuring ultimate comfort, even for those with sensitive skin or allergies. 

Easy To Care for Comforter Set

Southshore Fine Linens offers comforters that are made for today’s modern household. They’re easy to wash and do not require dry cleaning. When handled properly, our comforters resist fading and shrinkage and can last many years.

Backed by Our 1-Year Guarantee

We back all Southshore Fine Linens comforters with a 1-year guarantee. Why pay more when you can create a luxurious, stylish bed for a fraction of the cost other brands charge? Try all of our collections and change your décor on a whim to your heart’s content—and why not, when you’re paying ultra-low prices for the best quality linens?

Shop now for our high-quality printed comforters!


What Is a Comforter?

A comforter covers your bed and is normally used as the top layer. They come in a variety of materials, sizes, and colors.

The comforter fill can be natural, derived from animal feathers, or artificial. Opting for artificial fill, such as those offered at Southshore Fine Linens, is an excellent choice for those with allergies. Both fills keep you warm without overheating, so choosing is a matter of personal preference. Still, our down-alternative bedding is considerably cheaper, so you can get that luxurious feel at a better cost.

What Is a Comforter Set?

Comforter sets include one comforter and two pillow shams for a cohesive look for your bedding. You won't have to worry about trying to match anything when it all comes in one set, allowing you to easily pick your favorite style.

Sizes tend to include twin comforter sets, full comforter sets, queen comforter sets, and California king comforter sets.

How Often Should You Replace Your Comforter?

Proper care is critical to the longevity of your comforter, which can last many years—up to decades. The lifespan depends on the comforter's material and how frequently you wash and fluff your bedding.

Learn how to launder a down alternative comforter to ensure you get the most out of your purchase. If you start to see any tears, it’s time to invest in a new comforter.

How Do You Wash a Comforter?

There are a few steps in washing your comforter, including:

  • Washing your comforter

    • Read the label for specific instructions

    • Treat any stains

    • Wash in cold water

    • Only use a small amount of mild detergent

  • Drying your comforter

    • Read the label for specific instructions

    • Tumble dry on low heat

  • Storing your comforter if needed

    • If you are swapping out your comforter for the season, be sure to wash and dry it before storing it away

    • Store it in a fabric bag or fold it and store it in a linen closet

How Often Should You Wash Your Comforter?

If your comforter does not have a duvet cover and there are no spills or excess dirt on it, aim to wash it every one to two months.

If there is a protective duvet cover, aim to wash it a few times a year.