Featherbeds - Mattress Toppers
About Plumeria Bay® Featherbeds and Mattress Toppers
Made with the finest down proof fabrics & Zurguard® Clean Canadian processed down & feather/down blends, featuring:
- The Stratus™: Filled with Canadian Hutterite Duck Down & Duck Feather. The bottom layer is filled with duck feather, the top layer is filled with 550 fill power gray duck down, providing support, with a wonderfully soft cushion. Box Edge, Baffled Construction, & 200 TC 100% Cotton Twill down proof & dust mite proof fabric.
- The Alto™: Filled with a blend of goose down & goose feather for the bottom, with a layer of 575 fill power gray goose down for the top providing a luxuriously comfortable rest. Box Edge, Baffled Construction, & 225 TC 100% Cotton Twill down proof & dust mite proof fabric.
- The Cirrus™: The ultimate in luxury. Filled with 600 fill power Canadian processed white goose down and made with the finest German milled down proof ticking. Knife Edge Baffled Construction, & 300 TC Cotton Twill down proof & dust mite proof fabric.
How They Sleep
The Stratus™: The large (baffled) bottom chamber of the Stratus is filled with springy feathers and the top chamber is filled with down. The Stratus™ will provide the most support of our featherbeds, with a firmer feel, since it has the most feather.
The Alto™: The large (baffled) bottom chamber of the Alto™ is filled a blend of feather and down (90% feather, 10% down). The top chamber is filled with all down. The Alto™ will have more resilience and will sleep softer than the Stratus™, because it has more down.
The Cirrus™: The Cirrus is filled with all goose down, no feathers. The Cirrus does not offer a lot of support compared to our other featherbeds, because it does not have any feather. It does provide that soft "like sleeping in a cloud" feeling that some people feel epitomizes the perfect featherbed. The chambers in the Cirrus™ are baffled to prevent the down from shifting, but there is not a top or bottom layer like the Stratus™ or Alto™.
Also see our St. Dormeir New Zealand wool featherbed and mattress protectors
Wondering if a featherbed is the same as a mattress topper? What is a featherbed?