Comforter is a bed covering, filled with pump polyester. A comforter usually has quilting to hold the fill in place. It is not designed to cover pillows or hang to the floor.
Bedspread is a covering that extends all the way to the floor and typically has bell corners. Bedspread reverse is generally a color-matched or print fabric. Many of our bedspreads feature intricately quilted designs.
Coverlet gives you the stylish look of a comforter with the lighter weight of a quilted bedspread. We recommend that you use a bedskirt and shams with a coverlet.
Quilt is generally made of two layers of cotton fabric with polyester or cotton batting between. Our had-quilted covers are machine-pieced to for intricate designs. A fine quilt is an heirloom that can be passed down from generation to generation. We recommend that you use a bedskirt and shams with a quilt.
Duvet Cover is like a giant pillowcase for your down or polyester comforter. Decorative casing usually has a zipper or button closure that makes it easy to remove for washing. Duvet can be used without a comforter for a lightweight summer bed cover.
Daybed Cover is engineered to fit a twin daybed and has a three-sided drop
Bed skirt conceals what is under your bed. Fabric lays over your box springs and has an attached skirt on three sides that hangs to the floor. Use with comforters, quilts, or coverlets. Bed skirt helps keep dust from settling under your bed.
Sheet Set generally includes a flat sheet, fitted sheet, and 2 pillowcases.
Thread Count is defined as the number of threads woven into one square inch of fabric. The higher the thread count, the more luxurious the sheet.
Pillow Shams are decorative coverings for a standard/queen or king bed pillow. They generally have an opening on the reverse side.
European Shams are decorative coverings for 26″ square pillows (see our sham stuffer pillows). A European pillow makes a great backrest for sitting up in bed to watch television