Welcome to our big Beaver Bedding Test 2020, where we present you all the Beaver bedding we have tested in detail. We have put together detailed background information for you and also added a summary of customer reviews on the net.
We want to make your purchase decision easier and help you to find the best beaver bed linen for you.
You can also find answers to frequently asked questions in our guide. If available, we also offer you interesting test videos. Furthermore, you will also find some important information on this page that you should pay attention to if you want to buy beaver bed linen.
The most important facts in brief
- Beaver bed linen is bed linen made of finely woven cotton
- The bed linen is particularly suitable for the winter, as the fabric is roughened and thus has a cuddly and warming effect on the skin.
- The bed linen is very convincing with its properties (whether cotton or microfibre beaver bed linen) and also with its value for money.
Biber Bedlinen Test: Favourites of the editorial team
- The best beaver bed linen for the winter
- The best beaver bed linen made of cotton
- The best beaver bed linen for children
The best beaver bed linen for the winter
This two-piece, soft beaver winter bedding set measures 135x200cm. The size of the pillow cases is 80x80cm.
The bed linen is made of 100% fine cotton and has a zipper. The plain-coloured model is available in many different colours and has all the advantages of beaver bed linen.
The best beaver bed linen made of cotton
This 100% cotton beaver bed linen set consists of two large duvet covers measuring 155x200cm and two pillow cases measuring 80x80cm.
Very high-quality and sustainably produced, this bed linen also has zippers. The bed linen has an anthracite grey baroque flower pattern.
The best beaver bed linen for children
This beaver bed linen comes with a funny children’s motif from the Disney movie Cars. The dimensions of the blanket are 135x200cm and the pillow is 80x80cm.
The beaver bed linen is made of 100% cotton and was produced according to the Öko Tex Standard 100. The bed linen has button fasteners.
Advisor: Questions you should consider before buying a beaver bedding
For whom is a beaver bedding suitable?
Beaver is a dense fabric made of cotton, which is roughened. This makes beaver bed linen slightly thicker, fluffier and softer, so that the bed linen feels particularly warm.
The beaver bed linen is therefore particularly suitable for the winter season and if you like it warmer at night.
The fluffy and cuddly feel of beaver bed linen is very popular with many children.
What is special about the beaver bedding?
As already mentioned, beaver bed linen is very cuddly and warm and therefore very suitable for colder seasons. But the material also has many other advantages.
Beaver is a fabric made of the natural fibre cotton, which absorbs moisture particularly well, compared to synthetic fibres. Nevertheless, the fabric is also permeable to air, which reduces the accumulation of allergens. This makes the allergy potential very low.
The material is skin-friendly and does not scratch. Furthermore, it is a very durable material.
In what size should I buy the beaver bed linen?
The size of the bed linen determines the size of your duvet. The beaver bed linen is of course available in all different sizes. Especially for children there is the bed linen 100×135 cm.
These sizes are a bit small for adults but there are also different sizes. If you like to have a narrow bed linen and you are not too tall, you should choose the size 135x200cm.
Larger sizes are 155x220cm, 200x200cm. If your height is very big, you like to have more blanket to cuddle up with or you want to share your blanket with your partner, you can choose your own measurements.
How much are beaver bed sheets?
Among the fabrics, cotton is probably one of the cheapest. Beaver bed linen, however, is roughened either on one or both sides, so the fabric is further processed.
Nevertheless, beaver bed linen is one of the cheaper options. However, the price range varies with fine beaver bed linen and if the bed linen is woven from organic cotton.
The average price range of beaver bed linen is between 10 and 180 euros.
Your sleep is sacred and important so that you can start the day in a good mood. Therefore we strongly recommend that you focus more on good quality than on a low price.
However, it does not mean that good quality and cheap beaver bed linen are mutually exclusive. But we have collected more information about this in the decision section for you.
Where can I buy beaver bed linen?
You can often buy beaver bed linen in supermarkets. Further you can buy the bed linen in furniture stores and online shops.
According to our research, most beaver bed linen is sold through these online shops.
What alternatives are there to beaver bed linen?
In the past, bed linen was mainly made of linen. Nowadays, however, there is already a wide range of choice in the material of your bed linen.
Beaver bed linen has many advantages, especially for the winter it is very suitable. But we have listed some more materials and their advantages so that you can find the perfect bed linen for you.
Here is a small overview for you:
Decision: What types of beaver bedding are available and which is right for you?
If you want to buy beaver bedding, there are two options to choose from.
- cheaper beaver bed linen
- more expensive fine beaver bed linen
We have divided the beaver bed linen into two price categories. Both types have their advantages and disadvantages. We’ll introduce you to both here:
What makes beaver bed linen cheaper and what are its advantages and disadvantages?
As you can already read, it is a clear advantage that the price here is not too high.
Beaver bed linen is made of pure cotton and is woven very densely and then roughened either on one or both sides, so the bed linen is very cuddly and the skin feels warmer. The bed linen also copes very well with moisture.
Children’s bed linen
Low allergy potential
Only suitable as winter duvet
Often not sustainably produced
May lack quality
The cheaper the less durable
In general we can say that beaver bed linen is much cheaper than silk bed linen.
Besides linon bed linen and micro-fibre bed linen, beaver bed linen is one of the less expensive bed linen.
What distinguishes a more expensive Feinbiber bed linen and what are its advantages and disadvantages?
Feinbiber bed linen is even more cuddly and soft than normal beaver bed linen. Otherwise Feinbiber does not differ much from normal
It is finer as the name suggests and therefore also a little lighter. Fine beaver can also be woven from synthetic fibres.
Softer than beaver
Children’s bed linen
Low allergy potential
Lighter than beaver bedding
Only suitable as winter duvet
More expensive in price
The micro-fibre is particularly suitable for allergy sufferers. The fine beaver bedding is also very warm and suitable for winter.
Whether fine beaver or just beaver, the prices can be very similar. But now we will rather look at the advantages and disadvantages of expensive Feinbiber bed linen:
Purchase criteria: You can compare and rate beaver bed linen based on these factors
In the following we will show you on the basis of which aspects you can decide between the two variants of possible beaver bed linen.
The criteria you can use to compare beaver bed linen include
In the following paragraphs we will explain to you what is important for the criteria.
As already described in the advice section, there are different sizes of beaver bedding to help you find the right size for your duvet.
Because it is very annoying if the bed linen is bigger than the blanket, so we recommend that you keep the measurements of your blanket in mind when you want to get a new bed linen.
The sizes are different for children and adults so we recommend that you get more detailed advice if you want to buy the blanket and bedding in one and don’t hate to have an overview of the sizes yet. The sizes range from 100x135cm to 240x220cm.
As with the choice of colours, most online shops and furniture stores offer a wide range of designs. So you can customize your beaver bed linen to suit your style and your living space.
Here we list a few design variations:
- animal motives
- plain colours
There are no limits to the colours you can choose from. There is a lot of choice, especially in online shops.
Often the colours are adapted to the design and there is something for every style. Whether single-coloured or multicoloured, the colour palette offers a lot for bed linen.
White bed linen is probably the most common, but if you prefer to make a colourful statement in your bedroom, choose a rich dark red.
If you want it gaudy but still a little fresher than dark red, then the perfect turquoise-blue bed linen might suit you.
You can let your creativity run free with the colour and pattern. More often, it is best to buy several bed linen sheets so that you can quickly bring a big change to your bedroom and simply set different accents.
This detail is often overlooked, but it can certainly be a purchase criterion. Whether your bed linen is closed with a zipper or buttons can make a big difference.
Zippers are certainly more discreet, but they can break. Button fasteners can be an extra style element of bedding, but they can also fall off with time.
The better the quality of the bed linen, the better we assess its closure. So you can decide individually what you like better. Both variants have advantages and disadvantages.
The beaver bed linen is especially suitable for the winter because it is very cuddly and warm.
Nevertheless, many people buy beaver bed linen for the whole year. Often the summer is not so warm at night.
Retailers say that they make 70% of their sales with beaver bed linen, in winter as well as in summer.
You can test for yourself if you like it cuddly in summer too or if you prefer another alternative than bed linen.
Bed linen can usually be bought separately just for the blanket or pillow.
So you can put together your own station wagon. If you prefer a uniform look, there are often whole sets for duvet and pillow or even two duvets and two pillows.
Here too, of course, you have to look for the right measurements, not only for the duvet, but also for the upholstery,
Trivia: Worth knowing facts about beaver bed linen
What is microfibre beaver bed linen
Conventional beaver bed linen is made of cotton only. Microfibre beaver bed linen is usually made of synthetic materials, such as polyester or similar. fabrics.
A microfibre is only half as thick as silk and can therefore achieve an even denser result with the fabric. Furthermore, bed linen made of microfibres is particularly breathable and ideal for allergy sufferers.
Further advantages of microfibre are:
- short drying time
- temperature compensating
- dimensionally stable
How do you wash beaver bedding?
Bed linen should always be washed more often. We recommend that you wash the beaver bedding every two weeks because bacteria accumulate in the covers.
Allergy sufferers should probably wash the bed linen every week. Beaver bed linen can be washed in the washing machine at 60 degrees.
To be on the safe side, you can also check the exact washing temperature on the washing label of the bed linen.
It is best to only wash similar colours together to maintain the colour intensity.
If you have a tumble dryer available, this is also very good for the beaver bed linen, as it becomes softer and dries faster.
Here is a video on how often you should wash your bed linen:
Why is beaver bedding so suitable for the winter?
As we have already mentioned several times, beaver bedding is very suitable for the winter. This is because the bedding is made of very densely woven cotton which is then roughened.
Through this process the fabric becomes matted in a way that allows the bedding to breathe and has a very warm effect. The fabric is cuddly and fluffy, so it also feels warmer on our skin.
Beaver bed linen has a particularly warming effect when roughened on both sides.
What is the difference between beaver and flannel bed linen?
Just like flannel bedding, beaver bedding is made of pure, tightly woven and roughened cotton. On cool nights, the fluffy fabric ensures a pleasant sleeping climate, as it is warm and at the same time breathable and absorbent.
Flannel bed linen has the same properties as beaver, but is more fine-threaded and slightly lighter. The difference between beaver and flannel bed linen is not in the workmanship, but in the texture of the fabric.
With beaver bedding, the fabric is slightly denser and finer. Flannel bed linen can be made of cotton, wool or a mixture of both.
Table of Contents
- 1 The most important facts in brief
- 2 Biber Bedlinen Test: Favourites of the editorial team
- 3 Advisor: Questions you should consider before buying a beaver bedding
- 4 Decision: What types of beaver bedding are available and which is right for you?
- 5 Purchase criteria: You can compare and rate beaver bed linen based on these factors
- 6 Trivia: Worth knowing facts about beaver bed linen