Zipper vs. Button: Which One Is Better?
When it comes to duvet covers, it seems that how you close them can ignite passionate discussion. There are spirited arguments over which it better, a series of buttons or an invisible zipper.
While both do an excellent job of protecting your quilt, duvet or comforter as well as creating an easier job of making the bed, each has distinct advantages and disadvantages.
A button closure provides and enticing visual interest to the pattern of your duvet cover. They can look enticing by themselves as well as create a physical texture enhancing the look of the duvet cover.
The button closure, however can take longer to close than using a zipper. Each button has to be matched to the correct hole and buttoned. If you discover that you mismatched a button to a hole, the whole thing has to be redone. Individual buttons can also be kicked open at night during your sleep.
The zipper closure makes sealing your comforter, quilt or duvet up quick and easy, which really speeds up the bed making process. It can also be easier to manage than fumbling with buttons, definitely a plus for elderly individuals.
The Vaulia Home Collection uses the hidden zipper closure for most designs of duvet covers, the benefit is the zipper looks invisible and will not annoy you at all. But the look of zipper is considered a modern style, and it may not create a classic style like the button look does.
While both the button closure and the invisible zipper have their pros and cons, it essentially comes down to personal preference. Whether you are the zipper type or a button lover, Vaulia has a designer duvet cover to suit your needs.
Article by Jack Chow