Comfortable quilts and quilt covers in vintage and country antique designs will transform any bedroom into a warm and relaxed boudoir that you will love to come home to each evening. We feature a variety of quilt styles, patterns and techniques including patchwork, wedding ring, postage stamp, classic rag quilts and rustic amish style bed covers in traditional block patterns and fabrics, many handmade by skilled artisans, craftsmen and quilters - these heirloom quilted bedding sets and quilt comforters will last many years, and can be handed down from mother to daughter for generations to come. For a master bedroom suite transform choose one of our antique style king and queen quilts, as well as california king size bedding sets, quilted bedspreads and matelasse coverlets.
Great for creating a relaxed and cozy kids or teens bedroom, ideal for boys or girls, or a comfortable guest bedroom, we offer a large selection of twin and full size quilt bedding sets and comforters in fun Hawaiian, tropical and nautical patterns for boys, or floral pink and white and paisley prints for girls. For taller teenagers, and a university students’ college dorm room we also offer twin XL quilts and coverlets, bedspreads and quilts for twin extra long size beds and mattresses. For toddlers and babies we also offer baby and crib quilts, cute and adorable these baby quilt covers feature whimsical jungle and zoo animals or flower, ladybug, butterfly, trucks, cars and college sports, football, basketball and baseball designs and patterns. We offer luxury quilts and coverlets from the leading quilters and interior designers including Donna Sharp, C&F Enterprises, Greenland Home and Lasting Impressions to name but a few, these brands represent some of the highest quality, high end quilted bedding sets available.Need more decorating ideas, not sure which bed set is right for you, then our online quilt reviews from decorators, interior designers and customers just like you will help you find the comforter, bedspread and coverlet cover thats matches your decor style. We offer bedding sets decorated with different quilt blocks, fabrics and patchwork squares so you are bound to find the best decorating style for your home including; rustic lodge and log cabin or country cottage designs with plaid, check and tartan prints in earth tones of brown, green and beige with images of moose, deer, elk and bear; or tropical Hawaiian quilts with lush floral flower prints, and bright beach and nautical designs in bright colors of hot pink, red, orange, yellow and teal; or coastal cottage and beach house style quilted comforter and bed sets in crisp white, light blue, aqua blue teal and navy stripes, or modern contemporary sets in bold black and white, or luxury gold and burgundy. Quilt sets are a great bedding solution especially for a teenagers or childrens bedrooms and include a bed cover, a bedskirt and one or two standard shams. If you want a quilt with matching curtains, you may want to consider a larger bedding set, also called a bed in a bag set, these sets with up to 24 pieces also include matching curtains, drapes and window treatments, as well as flat and fitted sheets, pillowcases, decorative accent pillows and European pillow shams. But you don’t need to buy a bed set to find matching curtains and drapes for your quilted bedding cover as many designers create fully matching and coordinate bedding sets for your entire bedroom decor, many also design matching bathroom sets, bath rugs and shower curtains for you en suite bathroom. Decorating on budget - no problem, we offer hundreds of quilts on sale, these clearance and discounted bedding sets, comforters and bedspreads feature affordable low prices and deep discounts, which will help make your bedroom decor makeover cheap.What Are The Sizes of Quilts? While there’s no standard dimensions for a twin, twin extra long, full, queen, king and california king size quilts, here are the most common measurements; twin size measures 70 inches wide by 90 inches long; twin xl 68 inches wide by 90 inches long; full 85 inches wide by 95 inches long; a queen quilt is 98 inches wide by 100 inches long; king 110 inches wide by 105 inches long and california king 120 inches wide by 105 inches long. Please check the individual measurements of any bedding covers before you purchase as some brands vary dimensions.How Is A Quilt Made? Quilts are made by stitching together a patchwork of blocks, squares or rags together, these different fabric blocks are laid out in a specific pattern for visual appeal, paying careful attention to the grain of the fabric, their shape and prints, colors and designs. These blocks can either be cut by hand or by using a rotary cutting tool, and are pressed before being sewn or stitched together, normally with a narrow quarter inch seam. A rag quilt is a different style where the seams of the cotton, plaid, denim or flannel squares are not neatly sewn and hidden but instead left exposed for a more handmade, rustic design. Quilts have three parts a front, back and the middle batting layer. The front, top or face is made of the sewn together blocks, patchwork squares or rags. The back or backing, can either be a single fabric layer, or a patchwork of blocks or rags like the front. The middle layer or batting, is a thin polyester batting with provides insulation and warmth and also gives a quilt a three dimensional effect as opposed to an unquilted sheet. What Is The Difference Between Quilts vs Bedspreads? Quilts and bedspreads are different types of bedding covers. A bedspread is normally an unquilted bed cover, many made of a woven cotton fabric called chenille, which creates a tufted patterned surface, bedspreads drape all the way to the ground. A quilt is a quilted (padded or insulated) bedding cover, normally made of blocks or rags of fabric, with a middle layer of insulation or batting padding, and drapes over the mattress or box spring, but does not drape to the ground. Both bedding types are lighter weight bed covers ideal for summer months and warmer climates similar to coverlets and matelasse coverlets, but in winter months and colder climates thick insulated comforters, duvet covers and down comforters are a better choices.