Types of Bedspreads
are an important piece of any bed set; they keep the users warm during the night, as well as
provide a way to decorate a bedroom with a particular color or style scheme.
type of bedspread that is popular, especially during winter months, is very thick and filled with
either feathers or a synthetic alternative.
bedspreads keep the user very warm, and the warmth level can be adjusted depending on the type of
filling and the thickness of the bedspread. Bedspreads can be used as they come or covered with a
of bedspread is similar to a quilt. It is quite thin but usually made from very thick cotton or
This type of bedspread can be used as an alternative to a heavier bedspread during the warmer months or used
year-round for those who live in warmer climates or do not get as chilly at night.
Many different retailers sell
bedspreads at lots of different price points. The first thing you will need to do when you are beginning to shop
for a bedspread is to decide what type of bedspread you are looking for. Do you prefer a thick bedspread or one
that is thin but made of heavy cotton?
Of course, the next step will
be to narrow down the available products by the size of bedspread that you need (California king, standard king,
queen, full, or twin). Finally, once you have decided the style of bedspread and the size you need, you can then
start looking through the available products for styles and colors that you like.
The first place at which you
may want to look for a new bedspread is
Bed Bath & Beyond. As a retailer specializing in home goods, they have a large department devoted to bedspreads
and comforters. In addition to the selection available in their physical stores, Bed Bath & Beyond also has an
extensive website that may offer additional options. Department stores are another option for bedspreads; Macy’s,
Bloomingdale’s, and Lord & Taylor all have nice bedding departments with various bedspread options.
If you are looking for a
bedspread that is a little less expensive than what may be available at Bed Bath & Beyond and department
stores, you should try mass market discount retailers like Target and Wal-Mart, as well as discount home goods
stores like Marshalls and Home Goods. Ikea, another discount home furnishing store, also has a department devoted
to textiles, including bedspreads.