Bring modern style or vintage design to your bedroom with new bedding sets from the hottest home decor designers. With more than 7000 different sets, The Home Decorating Company offers one of the largest catalogs of bed sets to help you find the collection that’s right for your decorating style. Choose from comforter sets, duvet cover, quilt, bedspreads, bed in a bag set, coverlet or matelassé in a variety of sizes, styles and designs. We offer fashion forward designer bed sets from the leading home decor and fashion designers, including Croscill, Nautica, Waverly, Laura Ashley, Calvin Klein, DKNY, J Queen New York and Trina Turk. Our bed in a bag sets and comforter sets include everything you need to dress your bed, including a comforter, duvet cover or quilt; a bedskirt; flat and fitted high thread count sheets; pillow shams, decorative, throw and toss pillows, and pillowcases.
Our super and jumbo bed sets even include curtains, window treatments, drapes and valances or floor and area rugs, for a complete coordinately bedroom. Whatever your decor style, we bring you the best bedding ensembles in contemporary and traditional styles, including floral and beach designs; nautical check and stripes; beach house prints and more. For affordable bedroom decor solutions, our discount bedding sale features comforters, bed in a bag sets, duvet, bedspreads and quilts discounted up to 75%.
BEDDING SET TYPES
Comforters include a fixed outer fabric shell for insulation, and a synthetic or natural fill material, and typically includes matching standard pillow shams and a bed skirt.
A removable cover that encloses a comforter or used on its own during the warmer seasons.
Featuring two layers of cloth stitched together and a layer of filling such as down, cotton, or wool.
An ornamental cloth covering for a bed and is commonly used as a decoration.
A rectangular piece of cloth that protects the bed from stains and dusts, which covers the top and side parts of the mattress.
Bed Skirt/Dust Ruffle
A decorative covering that is placed under the mattress and hangs down to touch the floor.
Standard Pillow Sham
A decorative covering for a regular pillow, allowing for a uniformed design.
European Pillow Sham
A 26 inch x 26 inch square with a flange around the outside of the pillow, which adds a nice border.
Coverlets & Matelasses
Similar to a quilt but does not cover the pillows on the bed to cover up the thicker layers of bedding or used as a throw blanket.
A small blanket that provides warmth and adds style to your décor when folded at the foot of the bed or can be used for extra warmth.
Decorative Throw Pillow
Decorative pillows comes in many shapes, sizes, styles, and fabrics, and contribute to the style of your bedroom and are typically removed before sleeping.
Egyptian cotton is highly known for its strong, gleaming, and grandly long staple (cotton fibers), which absorb dies well for a vibrant and long lasting color.
Mainly grown in Peru, Southwestern U.S., and Australia, Pima is considered a superior blend of cotton and is durable and absorbent, as it can be woven multiple times to create a dense, yet soft fabric.
A trademarked variety of cotton grown in the United States.
A durable fabric that is resistant to the usual problems of shrinking, stretching, wear, wrinkling, and is resistant to biological damage (mildew, mold, etc).
The number of threads that are woven into every square inch of fabric. The higher the thread count, the softer your bed linens will feel. A thread count of 400 to 900 will provide comfort that will last.
The fill power or loft is the number of cubic inches, which are filled up through each and every ounce of down. The higher the fill power is the greater the softness.
Types of Fill
Cotton, silk, and down.
Bedding Care to Prolong the Life of Your Bedding Sets
1. Avoid using lots of soap when washing.
2. Avoid chlorine bleach.
3. Remove sheets immediately after drying to prevent wrinkling.
4. Use large washers and dryers or consider using a laundromat or dry cleaner.
5. Fluff your covers to brush off dust and after each use to recirculate the air.
6. Avoid plastic bags for storing bed sets because moisture can get trapped. A breathable bag is highly recommended.
7. Always follow the specific care instructions for your bedding.