Q: What is the difference between the Baffle Channel Featherbed and Baffle Box Featherbed?

Q: What is the difference between the Baffle Channel Featherbed and Baffle Box Featherbed?
Q: What is the difference between the Baffle Channel Featherbed and Baffle Box Featherbed?

A: Pillows.com carries various featherbeds that differ in the way they are built.  Our featherbeds cater to all sleep styles and you are sure to find one that will meet your needs. Two of the most popular featherbeds featured at Pillows.com are the Pacific Coast ® Baffle Channel Featherbed and Pacific Coast ® Baffle Box Featherbed.

The Baffle Channel Featherbed featured in many Ritz-Carlton ® Hotels and Resorts has a soft quilted cover and has a channel construction.  The design of the Baffle Channel Featherbed is similar to that of a competitive swimming pool where each swimming lane is a channel full of feathers and the lane lines are the stitching.

The Baffle Box Featherbed featured in many Marriott ® Hotels and Resorts has a square construction and a normal cotton covering.  The Baffle Box Featherbed looks like a checkerboard where the boxes on the board are individually sewn enclosures containing the feather and down.

When choosing a bed we offer the following guidelines.  The Baffle Channel Featherbed is a more traditional design and works well for back sleepers and people that move very little throughout the night.  The Baffle Box Featherbed is more suited to all sleep styles and people prone to movement through the night.  The beds design doesn’t allow feather and down to shift as much as in the baffle channel design.

Pacific Pillows recommends that you fluff and rotate your featherbed when you change the sheets. Getting in this routine will ensure that the feathers do not get continually compressed in the same direction.  Adding a Zippered Featherbed Cover will help protect your featherbed for years to come and adding an Elastic Band Featherbed Protector will hold your featherbed securely in place all night long.