Many people are unsure exactly what they need when they carry out an online search for designer bed sets. They start looking before they have decided their specific requirements. Exactly what size of bed do they have? A queen bed to one could be a king bed to another, and so on to what exactly is a California King? What size is a child's bed? Is a single bed the same as one member of a twin? Easy when you know the answers, but not so easy if you are unsure! You don't want to be spending cash on a king if all you need is a queen bed set.
A designer bedding set can consist of any of a number of different items. You will generally have a flat or fitted sheet covering the mattress. A flat sheet is either fitted to the exact dimensions or tucked under the mattress round all four sides. You might also choose a flat top sheet, lying between the flat sheet and duvet or comforter. Many people do not use a top sheet, since it tends to be unnecessary, particularly in warmer climates. In colder regions both a top sheet and additional blankets might be used.
Typically bed in a bag sets contain the sheet set, the comforter and duvet cover. The number of pieces included depends upon the size of the bed in a bag sets that you need. It can also depend upon where your purchase is made. There are variations of the sets that may include certain items when purchased at one place that may not be in the set when purchased elsewhere.
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