Say goodbye to any other duvet cover you’ve ever owned.

By Madison Alcedo
October 08, 2018

If you’ve ever wished you could recreate the most comfortable hotel bed you’ve ever slept in—here’s your chance. The formula for making these heavenly hotel beds often includes a light blanket + a top sheet + a down comforter wrapped in a duvet cover, but, of course, the best part of sleeping in a hotel bed is not having to make it yourself.

If you love the look of a well-made bed but not the time it takes to change the sheets, wash your duvet cover, and then often times struggle to shimmy the insert back in place, we have your answer. (Did we mention the way you make your bed can also reveal more about your personality than you think?)

Thanks to Crane and Canopy’s genius Nova duvet cover, you can make the perfect bed in about 80 percent less time than you normally would spend on switching out a typical duvet cover.

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To buy: Crane and Canopy Nova Duvet Cover, from $139, craneandcanopy.com

Not only does the Nova duvet cover feature a 2-in-1 design that combines the look of a flat sheet layered over a duvet cover, it has a hidden zipper at the top instead of the bottom, which eliminates having to deal with annoying buttons or ribbon ties that keep coming loose. And in each corner of the duvet cover, there are inside ties that attach to the comforter, so you don’t have to worry about it moving out of place or bunching up.  

What’s also great is that you’ll notice the difference of the duvet cover’s softness right away—its 300 thread count, long staple cotton sateen fabric is super soft and has a cool touch to it, which is great for sleepers who tend to get hot at night.

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Plus, the Nova Collection duvet cover comes in more than 10 different colorways and patterns so that you can find the perfect one to match with your bedroom.

A silky soft duvet cover that simplifies our life? Count us in!

Be sure to watch the video below to see how the Crane and Canopy magic really happens.

Photo: Courtesy of Crane and Canopy