Crane & Canopy Sutter White Duvet Set

Crane & Canopy’s Duvet and Shams, on my Bed at Last

It’s here! It’s here! Remember how I was all excited about Crane & Canopy‘s gorgeous and affordable duvet sets? Dreams really do come true, people.

Here’s our humble queen bed, with the Sutter duvet and shams in white on it. I feel like its so simple and understated, but the ruching somehow lends a sense of opulence too. The ruching is done with elastic, which I sense will be sturdy and will hold up well. And right out of the box this thing had like zero wrinkles — another auspicious sign!

For a little bonus, it all came in the mail packaged with a little lavender sachet. I’m a sucker for details.

Originally, I was cooing about Crane & Canopy’s signature collection, which includes two-tone pieces that offer the look of a duvet cover with perfectly folded flat sheet underneath, so it’s easy and fast to make the bed in a way that looks very tidy. They also have a more logical placement of the closure toward the middle of the bed, instead of at the end, making it easy to take on and off. Plus it’s a zipper for a neater look than buttons. But in the end, the Sutter had me hooked.

What do you think?

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  • Reply Jaime June 11, 2013 at 11:14 pm

    Love the Sutter bedding! I just discovered Crane and Canopy online and love their bedding choices! How is it holding up? Does it wash well? What about the elastic? I am considering the pintuck duvet or the sutter. Not sure which I like better. Your bedroom looks beautiful with it!

    • Reply Alice June 11, 2013 at 11:18 pm

      Thanks for reading! Yes, I must say, it’s holding up terrifically well. I’ve noticed it’s surprisingly (kind of amazingly) stain resistant, too. I even easily recovered from an eating-chocolate-chip-cookies-in-bed incident with a quick swipe of a stain stick. Impressive durability! I should add that I love the pintuck as well, but already had something similar to it from West Elm (and let me add I like Crane & Canopy’s much better, and I think the quality is much higher as well).

  • Reply Rochelle July 10, 2013 at 5:46 am

    Love it! I’m planning to order the pintuck one…did you order a queen size for your queen bed or did you go up to a king? Thanks!

    • Reply Alice July 10, 2013 at 3:18 pm

      Hi Rochelle,

      Thanks for reading! Yes, I do have a queen-sized duvet on my bed! Love it. Hope you enjoy your new one as well

  • Reply Erin July 15, 2013 at 8:22 pm

    I am going to be ordering the Sutter as well and was told that Crane and Canopy discontinued their Goose Down and the next best “poufy” alternative is their alternative insert. Is your “pouf factor” on a scale from 1-10 very good? What insert did you use?

    • Reply Alice July 15, 2013 at 10:53 pm

      Hi Erin,

      I’m using a comforter I’ve had for years, and I’d say it’s about 5 on a 1-10 poufy scale. (I don’t have a need for anything too substantial, as I live in L.A., where it’s never really cold.) I’d say there’s plenty more room in the cover for something more poufy should you require that!

  • Reply Ali May 30, 2014 at 4:37 pm

    I really like the idea of these duvet covers. Do you need any special comforter to work with the ties on the inside? I already have a nice down comforter, but would like to get a new duvet and shams. My biggest complaint about my current duvet is the bunching of the comforter inside.


    • Reply Alice May 30, 2014 at 4:42 pm

      Hi Ali, no special comfortor required at all! Any one will do. Enjoy!

  • Reply Victoria August 14, 2014 at 1:57 am

    I recently purchased a Crane and Canopy Duvet cover and was initially thrilled with it. The fabric was wonderful and the design so elegant, however after a few months of use the stitching around the zipper came undone. I contacted Crane & Canopy and received a reply that simply said, thank you for your feedback. I have followed up and still not had any response. Very poor customer service, they didn’t even care enough to apologize.

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