Bedding Sets

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The basic parts of bedding include mattress covers, sheets, a quilt, coverlet, duvet cover, or comforter, and pillows. Take a look at all of the different parts of bedding your bed could include, and where they are placed:

Mattress Covers and Protectors: It protects the most important part of your bed with a mattress cover. It will defend your mattress against the allergens, dust, and perspiration. It will also increase the longevity of your mattress by decreasing the amount of cleaning required. Simply wash the cover instead!

Sheets: Fitted: It is the first layer of bedding. The fitted sheet completes with an elastic band around the edges, fits snugly on top of your mattress. If you have a mattress protector then it will go on top of that.

Flat: Flat (or top) sheets are the next layers to your bedding. They lie on top of the fitted sheet and they have the decorative trim at the head of the bed.

Pillowcases: These sheet coverings are made specifically to protect your pillows from wear and tear. They typically match your fitted and flat sheets, but you can switch up your style by choosing a patterned, eye-catching pillowcase.

Quilts, Coverlets, Duvets and Comforters: From the heaviest comforter to the lightest coverlet, each bedspread offers a different level of warmth, texture, and the coziness. These top layers provide added warmth and the style, and can be swapped out with the seasons. There are four main options like quilts, coverlets/bedspreads, duvet covers, and the comforters.

Pillows: They are the finishing touch to any bed. They also play a crucial role in how soundly you sleep at night, and it is recommended to replace them every 12 – 18 months as pillow-fill deteriorates and becomes less comfortable. A standard bedding arrangement typically has a combination of the bed pillows and throw pillows.