Bedspreads and coverlets are nowadays increasingly becoming popular mainly because of their beautifying effects. Any dull and even cheaply looking bed can suddenly be turned to a bed fit for a king or queen to sleep in.
Different types and brands of bedspreads are now available both in home dÃ©cor stores and in the internet. You can even save some bucks using various money saving offers such as price discounts and free shipping. Here are some facts to get you started on your search for that special bedspread.
Beds covered in California King Bedspreads are considered the luxury beds of all time. The Antique Medallion California Bedspread from La Rochelle stands out because of its classic combination of European and Americana motifs, embroidery patterns, and weaves. Meanwhile, the Mocha Mist Bedspread by Shavel Home highlights the importance of embroidery and dramatic flowy drops. Such drops can easily hide any imperfection from the bed frame while stylistic embroideries can add value to any bedspread. The 3D Flower Embroidered Bedspread by US HRJX Home Fashion on the other hand focuses in incorporating technology to bedspreads.
The Moroccan and Magnolia bedspreads are both designed by DwellStudio for Target. Both bedspreads offer a three color combination pattern to portray the intended design. Each pattern also shows to distinguishing pattern characteristics â€“ big and bold. The Simply Shabby Chic Floral Bedspreads in contrast presents smaller size patterns but easily pops out when seen as one whole scattered floral design.
The JCPenney bedspreads are centered on providing you with a wide variety of color and color combinations. The North Star bedspread is available in two colors. Each color is utilized using its varied shades do come up with a multi-colored edge. The central design resembles the shape of a mechanical star. One of the best features of the Loire bedspread is its wide array of shades: brown, light brown, white, dirty white, dark gray, burgundy, pale green, light blue, and dark blue. Color-based preferences are easier to fulfill with Loireâ€™s color selection. Home Expression bedspread also offers its own color wheel. Aside from that, the quilted texture gives it a classy look.
The featured bedspreads available in Sears come in sets. The Colormate Meadow and Colormate La Fleur bedspread sets use pastel colors to highlight the patterns. The Country Living Darcy Quilted set and the S. Lichtenberg Venice set on the other hand are vintage types. Similar designs are usually seen in classical eras.
IKEA provides chic looking bedspreads mainly from renewable materials. The IKEA PS Sticka bedspread uses renewable wool and offers a dual function â€“ it can be a bedspread or a blanket. The Indira and Alina bedspreads are two of the more elegant designs. Indira offers a 22-inch drop when used in a full size mattress while Alina provides a quilted finish. Another innovative design from this company is the reversible bedspread called Alvine from its international branch Sweden. Two different patterns are portrayed on each side. It is also made from renewable cotton.
If there is one general characteristic to describe each bedspread, then this would be the word diverse. Nevertheless, remember the basic things you should be looking in a bedspread: the right size, its color combination, design, and functionality.