Set a modern and minimalist foundation in your restful retreat with this clean-lined platform bed frame. Crafted from metal, this piece features a system of slats to prop up your preferred mattress without the help of a box spring for a low-profile look. Understated black finish outfits this design, ensuring it can complement any color palette you dream up. Assembly is required. The manufacturer backs this product with a five-year warranty.
- Clearance from Floor to Underside of Bed: 12''
- Headboard Bracket Compatible: Yes
- Tools Needed for Assembly: Wrench and an Allen wrench key (included)
perfect with the Troutdale Upholstered Panel Headboard. Janine. North Bergen, NJ. 2020-04-27 11:17:29
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What to Consider When Choosing the Best Bedspread
There are several factors to keep in mind when choosing the best bedspreads to suit all styles and budgets. Think about the type and size of bedspread you’d prefer, the material used to make the bedspread, the color or pattern, and whether any additional bedding is included with the bedspread. With so many different considerations to juggle, you may want to keep reading to learn about what to look for when searching for the best bedspreads.
The primary purpose of a bedspread is to provide a large covering for a bed while no one is using it. Bedspreads cover a bed’s entire top surface as well as most of the sides and end, often extending to the floor. Traditional bedspreads can also be used as a moderate layer of insulation while sleeping, but they are thinner than a comforter. Adding another layer, such as a flat sheet or blanket between the bedspread and the sleeper, provides more warmth.
Other types of bedding can serve the same primary function of a bedspread but with distinct differences. Quilts are the closest relatives to bedspreads but are generally slightly more insulated, making them better for warmth while sleeping. Comforters will not cover as much surface area as a bedspread but are much more insulating, which is why they’re usually not recommended for hot weather. Typically warmer than standard bedspreads, duvets are plush coverings, similar to comforters, and often include a washable cover. All of these types of bedding can be considered a style of bedspread; it primarily depends on personal needs or preferences.
While bedspreads are available in a variety of sizes, there are some generally accepted measurements.
- Twin bedspreads are typically between 66 and 68 inches wide and 86 and 88 inches long.
- Twin XL bedspreads should measure approximately 68 wide by 90 inches long.
- Full (also called double) bedspreads range from 81 to 84 inches wide and 86 to 88 inches long.
- Queen bedspreads usually range from 86 to 88 inches wide and 96 to 100 inches long.
- Standard king bedspreads are typically 102 inches wide but vary from 86 to 88 inches in length.
- A California king bed is a bit wider and longer than a standard king bed. Look for bedspreads or comforter sets from 107 to 110 inches wide and 96 to 98 inches in length.
The material used to create a bedspread will have much to do with its insulating factor, its ability to be cleaned, and how well it pairs with an existing decor’s aesthetics. For comforters, duvets, and quilts, the interior material will also substantially affect its insulation. Heavy winter duvets are often made from down fiber, which is the soft underside of a bird’s belly known for its insulating properties. Comforters are typically filled with 100 percent pure down fiber that is fluffy, light, and free from sharp quills, making them ideal for cold weather.
Cotton is the most common material for bedspreads due to its ease of care and soft texture. Polyester is also a common material for several reasons. First, its care qualities make it very easy to wash, and it tends to resist wrinkles better than other materials. It’s also more durable for a longer-lasting purchase. Polyester is also a frequent batting material to fill comforters, duvets, and quilts. A thin cotton or polyester bedspread can achieve the desired aesthetic effect and be a more suitable layer for warmer seasons.
Choosing a duvet to use as a bedspread usually means including a duvet cover to accompany it. Duvet covers are convenient additions for two reasons. First, you can simply change a duvet cover to alter a room’s style while keeping the same duvet. Second, the duvet cover itself is much easier to wash compared with the duvet. Owning two or three duvet covers provides the ability to conveniently switch them out, giving your bedroom a new look with little effort.
Any duvet cover will have an opening in which to insert the duvet that is then closed to secure it. Closure types on a duvet cover include buttonholes, snaps, and zippers. Buttonholes are popular due to their vintage-style mechanics but may be bulky and obtrusive when sleeping. Snaps are small and unobtrusive, but a person with arthritis or difficulty with fine motor skills may find them (as well as buttonholes) difficult or awkward to use. Zippers are the most common type of closure but are more prone to damage and tangles from loose threads.
Thread count is calculated by adding up the number of horizontal and vertical threads in a fabric’s weave. In most cases, the thread count does not come into consideration when dealing with traditional bedspread covers, as they are too thick for thread count to affect the texture. When choosing a bed covering like a comforter or a duvet, it’s not unusual for other bed linens like flat sheets or fitted sheets to be included in the set; with sheets, thread count does become a factor.
Contrary to popular belief, thread count has more to do with the basic composition of the fabric and not the fabric’s breathability. A higher thread count makes a sheet more tactile; it will be more durable and continue to soften over time. Generally, a standard bed sheet will have a thread count of 200 to 800, but a high-end bed sheet could have a thread count of over 1,000.
Fill power refers to the fluffiness of the down in a comforter or duvet, along with the quality of the bird’s feathers used to create the down. Lab tests evaluate how many cubic inches the down will occupy, resulting in a numeric rating value for fill power.
A higher fill power number means a comforter or duvet provides better insulation capacity, but that number doesn’t translate to how warm a comforter will be to sleep under. It could have the highest possible fill power number but still wouldn’t be very warm if the manufacturer only used less than a tablespoon of down. Thus, fill power is just one of the factors that impacts the insulation capacity of a duvet or comforter.
Bedding sets can be an ideal and often an affordable way to achieve a cohesive design in a bedroom. In addition to the bedspread, quilt, or comforter, bedding sets typically include a matching fitted sheet and a flat sheet, pillowcases, and perhaps a cover for the comforter or duvet. A fitted sheet has elastic edges that keep it in place over the mattress while you sleep, whereas a flat sheet (sometimes called a top sheet) lays above the fitted sheet.
Often, bedding sets also include one or two pillow shams. Although it can be used as a standard pillowcase, a sham is typically more of a decorative pillowcase that matches the bedspread or comforter.
The main focus of any bedroom is almost always the bed. You may want to select a bedspread that either complements or contrasts with the bedroom’s existing furniture, wall color, or carpet color.
Luckily, there are a wide variety of bedspread styles from which to choose. Tufted bedspreads offer vintage charm. Tribal and farmhouse designs are often very popular in rural homes. Urban dwellers may choose fancy geometric patterns or welcoming Euro-centric Scandinavian styles. The artistic or eclectic soul may select a bohemian vibe with vibrant multicolored patterns. Floral prints are always in vogue for just about any decor, with multiple design variations available across the market. Whatever the aesthetic theme, a bedspread color or pattern should exist for each and every person.