Our multi-Canstar award winning comforters are thick, warm and need no companion! Rated 5 stars for overall satisfaction, comfort, design and fit and without the need for an additional cover, our comforters are easy to live with and are a stylish choice for your bedroom.

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Thick, warm, and cosy, a comforter is a patterned quilt that needs no companion! Without the need for an additional cover, comforters are easy to live with and a stylish choice for your bedroom. Create the ultimate sleep sanctuary with a classic bed comforter from Pillow Talk’s collection.

Cosy Comforters

Within the Australian climate, a bedding comforter is a great budget-friendly solution to providing an added layer of warmth without the weight of your full winter wool duvets. Comforters offer a year-round trans-seasonal bedding solution to keep you cosy through autumn, spring and even an Australian winter!

Featuring an array of colours, prints, and patterns you can create a bedding design that truly reflects your signature style and personal tastes. Make a statement with colour block bedding such as a timeless white comforter, elegant charcoal comforter, or a relaxing sage green comforter or be bold with a print such as a gingham pattern comforter, nautical striped comforter, floral comforter, tropical comforter and more.
Pillow Talk’s premium comforter collection also features reversible comforter options, so you can make the most of your bedding no matter changing seasonal colours, trending hues or design themes. Explore our range of quality comforters online now to create a timeless and elegant bedding design now.

How To Style Comforters

Often recognised as the more affordable bedding solution, comforters should be an essential piece in your bed linen cupboard. As a comforter needs no additional cover, unlike a doona & duvet, you can easily save some of your budget to invest in other styling elements to complete your bedroom and home design. Comforters are also easy to layer with blankets or throws on cooler nights to ensure the best sleep quality and experience.
To create the fluffy and light-weight hotel bedding look, style your comforter with a quality mattress topper, your favourite sheets, statement pillows and a throw to tie the bedding together. Experience the ultimate in comfort and luxury with our premium comforters, perfect for snuggling up and staying cosy all year round.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are bed comforters?

Bed comforters are soft quilted blankets complete with insulating inside to keep you warm and cosy all-year round. They are more lightweight than their duvet counterparts, making them a great go-to option in the Australian climate.

The comforter insulating often features a down feather, polyester fill, synthetic fibres, cotton fill and other common bedding materials.
Pillow Talk offers a range of comforter thicknesses to suit different climates and personal preferences. Our comforters can be used on their own as a primary bedding layer or combined with other bedding items such as sheets, blankets, and decorative pillows to create a coordinated and comfortable sleep space.

How many comforters should you own?

Within your household it is recommended to own one or two comforters for each bed. If you regularly host or just enjoy switching out linens for different looks it is a great option to have a couple of comforters spare to ensure you’re covered. Particularly in case some get damaged, or you are stuck in between washes without any additional bedding covers.

 How to care for a comforter?

Caring for a comforter correctly helps maintain its quality, warmth, and durability over time, meaning that you’ll be sleeping soundly for years to come. How often you wash your comforter will depend on how often it is in use.

At a minimum, we would recommend washing your comforter on average at least 2 to 3 times per year. Check your comforters care label for the recommended washing instructions. 

Comforters should be washed periodically, but not too frequently as it can cause wear and tear on the comforter. It's important after washing your comforter to dry the comforter completely to avoid the growth of mould and mildew.

 How to store a comforter? 

Before putting your comforter away for the warmer months, ensure that it is clean and dry. Fold it neatly to prevent wrinkles and creases and then choose a breathable storage container, such as a cotton or linen bag. Avoid using plastic bags or containers as they can trap moisture and lead to mould growth.

To protect your comforter from dust and pests, you could add cedar balls, lavender sachets, or a small pouch of silica gel to absorb any moisture. Finally, store the comforter in a cool, dry place, such as a closet or under the bed.

Avoid storing your comforter in a damp or humid area as this can lead to mould or mildew growth. By caring for your comforter correctly, you can help extend the lifespan of your comforter and keep it clean and fresh until the next time you need to use it.