There’s Finally a Better Way to Put on a Duvet Cover

Thanks to the Koa cover, changing your duvet cover will no longer be a struggle.

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Changing the duvet cover can feel like you’re in a wrestling match with your bed linens—and losing. It’s definitely one of my most dreaded laundry chores. (Even Oprah can’t do it.) The whole process is exhausting: maneuvering the heavy duvet inside the cover, dealing with bunching, trying to get the corners lined up; I’m usually sweating before the job is done. So I was thrilled to learn about the Koa cover.

What Is the Koa Cover?

This up-and-coming product adds one extra feature to the classic duvet cover: a zipper. It’s so simple that I can’t believe someone didn’t come up with this solution sooner. The Koa zipper is located right down the center of the duvet cover and along the bottom, so when it’s unzipped, the entire duvet cover opens up. Then it’s as easy as laying your comforter on top of the open cover, tucking in the corners and zipping the cover closed. The cover also includes anti-bunching ties located in the corners of the cover that allow you to secure the duvet in place so there’s no annoying shifting or bunching.

Psst! If your down comforter has lost some of its fluff, check out this trick.

Where Can I Find the Koa Cover?

Koa duvet on bed with two people about to get under the coversCourtesy Koa

It’s a brand-new product, so the Koa cover is only available through this Kickstarter campaign. You have to pledge at least $113 for a double or full cover and $134 for a queen or king size. Currently, the colors include standard white or slate gray, as well as two designer patterns.

But keep in mind, you’ll have to wait a while before you can test out the zipped-up cover for yourself. Koa covers aren’t scheduled to ship until November 2020.

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Erica Young
Erica is a freelance lifestyle writer with a bachelor's degree in Journalism. Her favorite recipes are quick, easy and something her kids will actually eat. When she's not writing you'll find her organizing a closet, roaming the aisles at Target or nursing her third Diet Coke of the day.