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Feather pillows are the perfect addition to any bedding set; these thick plump cushions are stuffed with the highest quality duck or goose feathers which helps to add a touch of luxury to your bedtime. Feather pillows are also designed with a cotton exterior to help keep the feathers neatly encased within the cushion whilst also ensuring that the feathers will remain in place throughout the night.
Goose down pillows and Goose feather pillows are the purest form of luxury feather pillows and due to the larger white feathers which blend into the 100% white cotton pillow casing, they fill the goose feather pillows with much more down giving you a plumper type of goose down pillow. On the other hand duck feather pillows are less expensive and although they are not always pure white to blend with the pillow or duvet casing, this does not mean they cannot offer you indulgent pillows for you to rest your head, neck and arms.
We have a wide selection of goose down pillows, pure goose feather pillows and duck feather pillows which all have a 100% twill cotton casing ensuring your pillows are breathable, the piped edges on the feather pillows also ensure the filling is kept inside and no feathers protrude through the casing disturbing your rest. If you have a king size or super king size bed perhaps our king size white goose feather pillows would suit the expanse size.
These beautiful duck feather pillows and goose feather pillows not only offer a wonderful sense of class and quality to your bedding set, they also provide some much needed head and neck support, helping you to drift off into a world of comfort and slumber. Although feather pillows are often considered to be superior in quality to other, perhaps cheaper, alternatives, they are generally the same size and depth of an average pillow and so therefore can still be used with your existing bed linen.