Rated 1 out of 5Â by MattVT Low quality
I was disappointed when I received the Ebba Jersey Duvet cover. The color wasn't true to the image. My fiancÃ© and I both agree is has a faint green tinge (we tried it under different lighting since that was also a variable we through could be causing the hue).
Apart from the tinge, which you would have to stare at the cover intently to notice, the quality of the fabric is very low in my opinion, especially after paying $230.
The fabric is thin very stretchy, comparable to the feel of a $10 cotton shirt you could buy at Wal-Mart. The most disappointing part is how the cover closes, with buttons. The buttons aren't necessarily the problem, but the hole they fit into. They stretch within about two nights use. I spend more time buttoning this thing back together than I would like to. Just about every other day, the duvet is falling out and the buttons are undone.
This isn't something I would call quality.
October 9, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by KaylynnMarie Bad Quality.
I ordered this bedding because it is so beautiful in the photos. Sadly, when I opened it up, it was not the quality I was expecting. The fabric was very thin, and had lots of loose strings hanging off of it. Also, the pillow shams were satined in various places. The sizes also looked a bit odd, although I never actually put it on my bed. While it looks gorgeous in the photos, I do not recommend ordering this product.
January 8, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5Â by marysaleah Doesn't live up to the price
I wanted to love this duvet. I had my heart set on an all-white bed, and I loved the texture of this duvet cover. Aesthetically, it is beautiful and looks exactly as pictured. It's soft and delicate and just feels so comfy and cloud-like. However, there are some major downsides that are actually causing me to discontinue use after 2.5 months.
First of all (I've noticed this with many of the anthropologie duvets), the dimensions are not what I would consider standard. For instance, none of the queen sized comforters at home goods stores were the correct dimensions, so I was forced to purchase the one from Anthropologie. This may not seem like that big of a deal if you have to buy a comforter anyway, but now that I am looking for new duvets, I have this non-standard comforter.
Secondly, there are no ties on the inside to hold the comforter in place. This would not be as big of a nuisance except that the jersey fabric stretches out significantly, causing the duvet to completely unbutton. I would wake up in the morning entangled in the duvet cover with the comforter completely out of it. I found myself stuffing the comforter back in and re-buttoning regularly.
Finally, the jersey fabric - while very soft - is a complete dust magnet. I have a non-shedding dog and I keep my apartment clean, but the thing just attracts lint and dust like crazy. I'm sad to have to get rid of this duvet, especially because it was not cheap and it was so comfy and feminine, but it became too much of a nuisance.
One upside is that it is easily machine washable on a gentle cycle (I wouldn't put it in a machine that agitates, though)...and it comes out just like new without losing any pleats.
This review also applies to the Euro Shams, with which I encountered the same challenges.
November 18, 2013