Getting a restful night's sleep requires more than just a comfy mattress. The right bedspread can keep you warm, so you can fall asleep in no time. Aside from picking a color or design that fits your bedroom, here are some features and types of bedspreads you should consider.
Common Types of Bedspread Fabric
A bedspread’s thread count refers to the number of horizontal and vertical threads per square inch. Typically, a higher thread count means the comforter will feel softer.
Bedspreads come in a wide variety of sizes to fit your mattresses. Here are the common dimensions you can find.
Types of Bedspreads
Made with two layers of fabric sewn together and filled with down, wool and cotton, comforters are made to create extra warmth.
Duvets are soft, flat bag-style bedspreads with filling stuffed inside. These options can be covered with cotton or cotton-blended duvet covers.
Quilts are traditionally constructed with a thin, middle layer of batting sandwiched between two fabric layers. The top layer is typically created of a mixture of patterns and styles.
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These types of bedding are typically designed to lie over top of comforters or duvets, but they can be used as their own bedspread. Coverlets usually come in a wide variety of patterns and colors to change your bedroom's style every season.