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Because it often dictates your comfort and overall bedroom design aesthetic, your bedding is almost as important as your mattress (almost!). It is one of the easiest ways to add color and pattern to your sleeping space, so it helps set the standard for the rest of your furniture and accessories. It's also key for your sleep satisfaction: The quality of your comforter, bed pillows and sheet set can lead to better sleep and relaxation. Whether you're looking for colorful twin-sized bedding for your kids or a regal California king-sized duvet cover for you, every bed set should have both comfort and design in mind. As you revamp your bedroom look, here are all the staples you need; be sure to get them all! More 
Sophia Lolita - Standard Pillowcase
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Standard pillowcase come in bright solid poppin pink and trim in "Sophia Lines" cotton fabric.
Chevron Coral Pillow Cover
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PILLOW COVER ACTUAL SIZE: 17 x 17 (Made to fit 18 x 18 pillow insert) FABRIC: CHEVRON CORAL Screen printed on (approx. 7 ounce) cotton duck, medium weight CARE: Use cold water and mild detergent (Woolite). Drying is NOT recommended - Air Dry Only - Do not Dry Clean. PRINT: All pillow covers have the SAME PRINTED FABRIC FRONT AND BACK and have an envelope enclosu...More
“bedroom” — leahbell23
Olive Kids Dinosaur Land Sham
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This pillow sham perfectly coordinates with all our Dinosaur Land bedding. It features a ferocious T-Rex and has embroidered details and plush accents. Details & Features: Includes 1 sham 100% cotton Pattern Description: Dinosaurs have returned! Olive Kids Dinosaur Land will make kids roar with per-historic delight. Dinosaurs, including a Brontosaurus and T-Rex inhabit a wor...More
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Bordeaux Navy Pillow Cover
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PILLOW COVER ACTUAL SIZE: 17 x 17 (Made to fit 18 x 18 pillow insert) FABRIC: BORDEAUX NAVY Screen printed on cotton duck; medium weight CARE: Use cold water and mild detergent (Woolite). Drying is NOT recommended - Air Dry Only - Do not Dry Clean. PRINT: All pillow covers have the SAME PRINTED FABRIC FRONT AND BACK and have an envelope enclosure INSERT not in...More
“Library office or living room” — alisekelley
Simplicity Blue - Standard Pillow Sham
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Standard flanged sham designed to replicate comforter in design. All in cotton print fabric.
SleePAP Pillow Zippered Poly/Cotton Pillowcase 5" High
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You'll find all the CPAP accessories you need under this category. The CPAP accessories category contains CPAP items which aren't necessarily essential for CPAP therapy. For example, items like 12V cords for CPAP machines, chin straps, travel bags, smartcard readers and software, and CPAP moisture cream will be found in this category. A range of items for use with your CPAP mac...More
Dakota Star Black and Khaki Quilted Shams from VHC Brands, Standard
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Dakota Star features a primitive black and khaki color scheme with a traditional 8 point star in the center. The shams are 100% cotton. They reverse to solid khaki and feature a 3-tie closure with a 3" overlap to conceal the fill pillow, not included. Shams are hand quilted with stitch in the ditch and echo style quilting. Sold individually. Available in two sizes: Standard 21"...More
Teyo's Tires - Standard Pillow Sham
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Standard flanged sham it outrageous in appearance with it's "Sheet Metal" fabric with flange trim of orange minky fabric. Also available in sets!
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Comforter, Duvet Cover or Quilt:


As the most noticeable piece of your bedding, your bed cover should reflect your style (and be comfy too, of course!). There are several different options, depending on your warmth needs and design preferences.
Comforter: Most quality comforters and duvets are rated based on a tog rating and filling. This is a measurement of its weight, softness and warmth. The higher the tog rating, the warmer the comforter will be. Comforters are usually filled with a natural or synthetic material. Natural fillings (such as down), are usually much better at trapping heat than synthetic materials. They often come as a comforter set or with a bed-in-a-bag option, which is often more affordable since it includes everything you might need.
Duvet Covers: Essentially a pillowcase for your comforter, duvet covers come in a variety of fabric options, and are usually attached at the end with ties, buttons, zippers or velcro. The covers can easily be taken off and washed, which makes laundry day a little bit easier.
Quilts: A quilt can either stand alone as is it's own bed cover or complement a comforter or duvet. This option might not be as fluffy and full as the other two, but it is fairly warm since the material is so dense. Since many quilts look or are homemade, it adds a nice personal touch.

Sheets:

Most sheet sets include a fitted sheet, a flat sheet and two pillowcases. Some comforter or bed-in-a-bag sets come with sheets included, but if that's not the case, be sure to pick out the right size and material. Sheet sets come in twin, full, queen, king and California king sizes, and can be made out of everything from satin to cotton and flannel. Even if you've settled on cotton, you have tons of options to choose from, including Egyptian, Pima, Supima, Organic, Synthetic, and numerous blends. Once you determine the material, consider the thread count, which is the number of threads per square inch of fabric (both horizontal and vertical). If you're looking for a soft and durable sheet, a higher thread count (at least above 200) is better. Make sure to actually touch the sheets to see how they feel.

Bed Pillows and Shams:


Choosing a good bed pillow can make or break your night's sleep. The best way to pick a good pillow is to try out several different styles, and then stick with what you know. Fill materials, support, cover material and size are all important considerations. There are virtually endless combinations, and each person is different, so make sure you test out whether down, goose feather or memory foam works best for you.

Shams, which are decorative pillow covers, are usually a stylistic choice and should complement the rest of your bedding. Much like sheets, many bedding sets include them to ensure a matched look, but if you buy them separately, make sure they actually fit the pillows you've purchased.

Bedskirts:


Also called a dust ruffle, bedskirts help hide your mattresses box spring, and can help add another touch of flair and style to your bedding set. While most bedskirts are sold according to standard mattress sizes, you can always measure your boxspring's size in order to play it safe. Bedskirts today come in a variety of styles, from simple and casual to more tailored and fitted options. This accessory if often optional and isn't needed if you have a padded, decorative bed frame or platform bed.
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