BedVoyage Luxury 100% viscose from Bamboo Quilted Coverlet- Indigo
By far the most luxurious Coverlet you’ll ever own. Our 100% viscose from Bamboo Quilted Coverlet is an elegant way to dress-up your bedroom decor. With a cashmere-like feel, this hypoallergenic bedding will keep you warm without overheating. Tuck it in, leave loose or fold at the foot of the bed. Sleep on a BedVoyage cloud of comfort in sustainable bamboo bedding all night long.
Includes: 1 double-sided quilted brick pattern Coverlet, with rounded-edge corners.
Fabric: 100% viscose from Bamboo, 300tc. Made responsibly in India
- Queen: 96x98
- King: 110x98
MADE FROM: 100% viscose from Bamboo. Designed in the USA, made in India. Fair Trade certified
SLEEP DRY AND COOL: our fibers wick moisture from skin, the thermal-regulating properties keep you dry, cooler and comfortable all night long
SLEEP BETTER, SLEEP CLEAN: the round fibers are incredibly soft & hypoallergenic, comforting your skin. They’re also resistant to bacteria, which keeps your linens fresh longer
THOUGHTFULLY DESIGNED: double-sided quilting, rounded corners, enhanced tight twill weave prevents pilling, so linens last longer
RIGOROUSLY TESTED: the enhanced tight twill weave rated highly against pilling, so your linens last longer. They also passed all flammability testing in USA & Canada
CERTIFICATIONS: Oeko-Tex Made in Green: tested for harmful substances. Green America Business certified, SMETA Social Responsibility audit, NWBOC Women Owned certified
EASY CARE: machine wash using warm water and gentle liquid detergent, dry on medium. Not recommended: bleach, fabric softener, dryer sheets or wool balls
- Machine wash on warm or cold, dry on medium
- Use a gentle eco-liquid detergent
- Avoid bleach, fabric softener, dryer balls & dryer sheets
- Remove from dryer when warm to avoid wrinkling
- For more tips see our Stain Guide
Complete the look:
BedVoyage Luxury 100% viscose from Bamboo Quilted Coverlet- Indigo
100% Luxury Bamboo
- Includes 1 Coverlet
- Quilted on Both Sides
- Tight Twill Weave - Prevents Pilling
- Piped Rounded Corners
- Lightweight & Breathable
Why BedVoyage Bamboo?
Our tight twill weave and optimal thread count guarantee a luxurious cuddle experience that will leave you craving more.
Experience the perfect harmony between silky softness and breathability.
Sweet dreams await~
How do I wash bamboo coverlets?
Viscose from Bamboo is best cared for by washing in warm water with an eco-friendly liquid detergent, and drying on medium heat. Proper washing will extend the life; you can expect to get 5-6 years from your linens with proper laundering. Using hot water and high heat can cause any linens to pill, which are the uncomfortable bumps you’ll see on some sweaters. Also, bamboo has natural bacteria-resistance so if you’re used to using bleach to kill any bacteria, there is no need to do so with bamboo. A great benefit for your health and the environment!
What detergent do you use on bamboo coverlets?
We recommend a mild liquid detergent like Ecos, Mrs. Myers, Woolite, Seventh Generation, ECover, or Kirkland Ultra Clean. We do not recommend bleach, fabric softeners, washer balls or dryer sheets/balls. We’ve noticed that harsher detergents can break down the fibers faster, shortening the lifespan of the linens and creating tears at the seams.
How do I use a coverlet?
There are many uses for the Coverlet, it can be folded at the foot of the bed, ready to pull up on a chilly night, or it can be used as a lightweight bedspread in the summer when a down comforter and duvet cover are too hot. You can let it hang loose at the sided of the bed, or tuck it into the mattress for a finished look. Some people even use them on the sofa when they want a ‘blanket’ to cover two people during movie-watching.
Where are your bamboo coverlets made?
BedVoyage linens are manufactured responsibly at some of the largest home textile factories in India. Our factories have passed a stringent 25 point review process by many US retailers, as well as yearly passing the Social Responsibility Audit. This ensures that there is no child labor, the workers are not over-worked or under paid, and work in an environment where there are safeguards in place to ensure their health and safety. We work with Fair Trade and LEED certified factories, that have the Oeko-Tex Standard in Textiles certification. We are proud to be processing our bamboo in such a responsible factories!
Do bamboo coverlets wrinkle?
They may get a soft wrinkle where you body lays, but they should not get hard creases like cotton fabrics do. We have chosen not to coat our linens with formaldehyde, which is what the cotton industry does to make them wrinkle-resistant, as we want to offer the most eco-conscious product we can so that you sleep healthier.
Do bamboo coverlets shrink?
Viscose from Bamboo will shrink the first time you wash them, but we’ve oversized the linens to allow for that shrinkage.
What is the thread count of BedVoyage bamboo coverlets?
BedVoyage bamboo linens have a thread count of 300. People often think high thread count equates to softest feel, and you can spend $300-$800 on very high thread count cottons and not achieve the same feel as you can get with our bamboo coverlets. Additionally, in the bamboo world a thread count of 300 is quite high. We’ve chosen 300 thread count as the sweet-spot for keeping the breathability of the linens, but also the silky feel.
Do oil stains come out of bamboo?
Oil or lotion stains can be removed by trying any of the following:
• Prewash the coverlet with ¼ cup Dawn dish washing liquid and then launder as usual, Dawn is a natural degreaser.
•Spray Oxy Clean or a chlorine-free stain remover directly onto the stain and then launder as usual.
•A mixture of 1-part white vinegar to 4-parts water, sprayed or poured onto the stain; this should remove the stains during laundering.
What is Bamboo Viscose and Rayon from Bamboo?
Both terms are virtually interchangeable and mean ‘the process’ of breaking down the bamboo stalk into a fiber. Because the end fiber is indistinguishable from other wood pulps (ie; eucalyptus, beech wood, pine, etc) the Federal Trade Commission requires that it be called either viscose or rayon from bamboo. We have chosen to use both words in describing our fabric so that customers can recognize either term.
Can I iron bamboo coverlets?
Yes, you can iron them and even use high heat and steam, it will not hurt them. But another trick is that if you dry them on high for the last 10 minutes of the cycle (if you forgot to take them out immediately) they will come out smoother.
Are bamboo coverlets warm, or cold?
One of the remarkable qualities of viscose from Bamboo is that it’s thermal regulating. What that means is that if you sleep hot the bamboo fibers ‘sense’ the heat and will release it through the micro-gaps and holes in the fibers. Similarly, if you sleep cold it will sense that, and keep your warmth in around you. We call it a ‘smart fabric’ as it knows what you need!
If I wash the coverlet in in hot water will it hurt it
You won’t harm it, it just may shrink a little bit. If you repeatedly do this, however, you may cause the coverlet to pill, so it’s recommended to always wash and dry on cool to medium heat.
How long will bamboo coverlets last?
If you use just one coverlet, when cared for properly, it should last 5-6 years. If you rotate between several coverlets, it should last 7 years or more.
Do the colors fade?
No, we have used reactive dye to keep the colors deep and true. We don’t recommend bleach, and we do recommend laundering with like-colors so that other darker items do not bleed onto fabric.
Can I hang dry bamboo coverlets?
Yes, you can. Once its dry, if you’d like to keep the silky softness just toss it in the drier on medium heat for 5-10 minutes.
Will pet hair come out of bamboo coverlets?
Yes, when you launder the fur will come off, or you can use a lint roller between laundry days. Remember bamboo has some antibacterial properties so your linens won’t accumulate the same amount of smell that cotton might, and rayon is anti-static so it won’t cling to pet fur and other lint like cotton will. As well, our twill weave means they are less likely to snag with pet claws than plain, satin weave or knits.