Choose The Best Colored Goose Down Comforter

colored goose down comforter

Let me guess, you're looking for a comforter and don't know which one to pick?

What a coincidence, because I just found the best one out there and I'm about to share it with you.

I've been on the hunt for something that will keep me toasty on chilly nights without ruining the feng shui of my bedroom. Something in a nice, tasteful color that will enhance the rest of my décor and make my place look a little more Vogue than IKEA catalogue.

I found this beautiful colored goose down comforter that ticks all my boxes, and I'm sure will tick yours, too… P.S. – yes, it is pink. Embrace it.


When it comes to choosing the right comforter for your home, the number of options out there can make it feel like an overwhelming task.

It needn't be, and it shouldn't be – your home is where you're meant to spend time relaxing, eating, sleeping and being with your loved ones, so the way it looks should reflect that.

Equally, if you live alone, it's where you eat and bond with your cats at the end of a long day at the office.

When choosing furniture and homeware, I tend to go for comfy, easy pieces mixed in with a few showstoppers!

For others, ‘elegant’, ‘modern’ and ‘clean’ are the key words. It's important to define what kind of style you’re aiming for before you start looking for more accessories.

That way, you can decide if you want funky prints or sleek neutrals before you get to the homeware store and completely lose the plot.

I like comforters that hold their shape and stay puffy - there's no point buying a lovely down blanket only to have it fall flat after a few uses!

I want to be warm without feeling like I'm suffocating, so the right thickness is something to consider.

In terms of maintenance, I want to invest in a good piece that will last, without me having to pay extra each time I want it cleaned. If possible, a down comforter that won't collapse if you wash it at home is ideal. All that aside, I just want something nice, warm and reasonably priced!

Goose down is one of nature's most incredible insulators, but you should do a little research into this material before you invest in a comforter. Although this guide is focused on jackets rather than comforters,  a lot of it is very relevant and it will help you make an informed decision. 

Rose Nature Goose Down and Feather Bed Comforter Quilt

Rose Nature Comforter

This giant marshmallow of a comforter is an absolute dream – I personally love the color and find that it matches pretty much any style of interior.

It's pale enough to blend in with more neutral tones, pretty enough for more delicate décor and quirky enough to stand up against the boldest of patterns and prints!

Best of all, however, it does its job and keeps you toasty warm.

It's luxuriously thick and full of down and feathers, so holds its shape and stays fluffy all winter long.

For a standard size, it's priced at just over $100, which is a steal for the quality you're getting.

The cover is 100% cotton and the whole comforter is hypoallergenic, so you can sleep safe and sound – literally!

Pros and Cons

One of my favorite things about this comforter is the fact that it's really plush and plump - it's packed with down and feathers to help keep you warm at night.

This makes sure the heat is trapped in even layers so you don't end up having to stick just one leg out the side of the covers!

It's also hypoallergenic, as I mentioned, which is more important that it may seem. More people suffer from dust allergies than you might imagine, and this comforter is specially designed to avoid triggering any kind of allergic reaction.

This comforter is also really well priced – for around $115, you get so much bang for your buck, or duck, as it were (couldn't resist, sorry!) 15% goose down to 85% goose feathers is a pretty good ratio for this price, and it's all wrapped in 100% cotton – no annoying scratchy bits; no escaping feathers!

Cons? It can seem pretty two-dimensional when it arrives, but don't let its flat-pack appearance put you off as I'm yet to find any other downsides to this (again, sorry…)


Essentially, I love this comforter. I really like the pastel pink color and found it very easy to adjust to, despite not owning anything else pink in my life.

It's a thick, cosy comforter that really will keep you toasty when you need it, and is easy to store away if the sun makes an appearance.

It's less expensive than many other products which can only claim half the benefits that this one can, and genuinely worth investing in.

‘Comfort zone’ just took on a whole new meaning…