Add the finishing touch to your bedroom decor with an elegant bedskirt, with over 1500 styles, patterns and designs to choose from we’re sure to have the dust ruffle to match your bedding collection. We offer twin, full size bedskirts for kids bedrooms, teen boys and girls rooms or a guest bedroom, as well as twin xl sizes for college dorm room, these extra long dust ruffles are specifically sizes for twin xl sized beds that have become the standard in most school and university dorms. For a master bedroom decor makeover, we offer king and queen size bedskirts and dust ruffle, as well as for california king size beds, all designed to fit your current bed and compliment your comforter, duvet cover or quilt.
Shop For Bedskirts & Dust Ruffles by Bed Size, Drop, Pattern & Color
SIZE: Twin | Twin XL | Full | Queen | King | California King
DROP: 14 Inch | 15 Inch | 16 Inch | 18 Inch | 20 Inch | 22 Inch
COLOR & PATTERN: Striped | White | Black | Blue | Red | Brown
We offer a many different types of bedskirts, choose from traditional, elastic, detachable and split corner, wrap around dust ruffles, as well as ones with split corners for four poster beds or beds with large footboards or elasticated corners to fit tightly on your bed and to ensure that your bedskirt won't slip off.What more decorating ideas? To create a tailored look, you want a bedskirt with the right size or height drop, so that the skirt drapes over your box spring and bed down to the floor, but not too long so that the bedskirt folds, and not too short so that you can still see under the bed. For a perfect fitting dustruffle, that will give a custom interior designer look, we offer a wide variety of drop sizes and lengths, choose from 12, 14, 15, 16 and 17 inch drops for lower and older beds, or drops of 18, 20, 21 and 22 inches for today’s higher beds - an 18 inch bedskirt drop, is the most common size that we sell.
Pick the perfect pattern for your bedding collection, from bold stripes and or delicate ticking striped bedskirts, plaid, check and tartan dust ruffles, or retro and unique paisley, floral, even chevron, zigzag and zebra stripe and leopard spots and tie dye bed skirts for a girls, teen girls or young adults room. Of course the most popular choice are solid colored bedskirts, in colors of red burgundy, navy blue, olive and green, crisp white, cream and ivory. For a bold tropical bedroom consider orange, yellow, teal, aquamarine, red, hot pink and lime green bed skirts; nautical, coastal cottage and beach house bed skirts feature plaid, check and tartan prints in blue, white and red; while western and southwestern dust ruffles are made of leather and suede with copper buckles and accents, or feature flannel prints in earth tones of terracotta red, brown tan and beige; or rustic country lodge and log cabin bedskirt styles in plaid and check or a camouflage style. Buying a mens bedskirt for a mens bedroom, consider a black, silver or slate grey colored dust ruffle in a modern, contemporary style. Or for a funky girls or teenagers bedroom consider black and white zebra bedskirts, or dust ruffles in rainbow colored tie dye prints or 1960’s peace signs, or unique leopard, cheetah or camo prints in purple, pink, bright yellow and green.
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What Is A Bedskirt? A bed skirt is a decorative covering that is placed in the middle of the upper mattress and lower bed box spring, its main user is to offer a stylish and trendy appeal to the bed by covering up the box spring or the empty space under the bed which is sometimes a popular and convenient storage area.
Deck Bedskirt - this is the most common type and hangs all the way down underneath the mattress. In order to properly fit a deck bed skirt onto the bed, you will have to lift your entire mattress while attaching the side panels to a portion of a decking fabric.
Panel Bedskirt and Dust Ruffle - this is made up of 3 panels and is pinned to the side parts of your bed’s box spring. The height can be adjusted at any time by raising or lowering the panel bed skirt for your desired length.
What Is A Dust Ruffle? A dust ruffle is a pleated or gathered strip of cloth that starts at bottom of a mattress or box spring and reaches the floor. A dust ruffles features an drop or length (18 inch drop is the most common size) that is long enough to occupy the height or space between the top of the box spring and the floor. A dust ruffle is a circular construction which has been adjusted to fit around an entire box spring, many are actually built with stretchable elastic bands on its top which are used to firmly keep the ruffles in place. Slits are also found at every corner to prevent from bunching of the fabric, and to help wrap around the corner of your bed, especially useful if you have a four poster bed.
What is the Difference Between A Bedskirt vs Dust Ruffle? Unlike a dust ruffle, a bed skirt is not equipped with stretchable bands to keep it in place it is simply placed between the box spring and mattress to prevent it from slipping off. While the both hang all the way down to the floor on the sides and foot of the bed neither wrap around the head portion of the bed. More often than not, both the bed skirt and dust ruffle offer the same aesthetic beauty to the bed. Their color schemes or patterns are usually picked out accordingly to compliment the main theme of the sheet or comforter. With proper color and design scheming, the unified appearance of the bed will certainly enhance the overall quality of the bedroom.
How Do I Choose The Correct Bedskirt Drop Length? Drop lengths vary so that you may find the perfect fit for your bed. The lengths are 12, 14 and 15 inches for shorter beds and 18, 20, 21, and 22 inches for taller beds. The first thing you need to do is make sure you have measured the height from the top of the box spring to the floor and you can then decide how long you would like your bed skirt to appear.
What Are Bedskirt Sizes? The sizes and dimensions of your bedskirt must match the size of the bed, mattress and box spring that they will go on, plus the length of the drop so that they drape to the floor, the drop size can be customized to fit the exact height between the top of your box spring to the floor. Here are the standard measurements for bedskirts.
Twin Size Bedskirt - 39 inches wide x 75 inches long + the drop size height (12 to 22 inches)
Full Size Bedskirt - 54 inches wide x 75 inches long + the drop size height (12 to 22 inches)
Twin XL Bedskirt - 39 inches wide x 80 inches long + the drop size height (12 to 22 inches)
Queen Size Bedskirt - 60 inches wide x 80 inches long + the drop size height (12 to 22 inches)
King Size Bedskirt - 76 inches wide x 80 inches long + the drop size height (12 to 22 inches)
California King Size Bedskirt - 72 inches wide x 84 inches long + the drop size height (12 to 22 inches)
Styles There are a wide selection of styles that one can choose from. Depending on what style you would like and that will match with your other bedding items, the following are some of the bed skirt styles available; Ruffled, Tailored, Eyelet, Satin, Split Corner, Detachable, Pleated.
Bedskirt Buying Guide Tips
Do not guess or estimate the size of your mattress and box spring as the sizes can vary slightly. You want to ensure you have the proper size bedskirt needed in order for the bed skirt to hang properly.
The measurements of the drop refer to the measurement from the top of the box spring to the floor.
If selecting a solid and light colored dust ruffle, you may want to make sure it is lined or a heavy fabric so the light does not show through or items under the bed are visible.