What do you think of when you imagine the perfect bedspread? Soft cotton, luxurious fabrics, stylish colors: the best bedspreads out there have it all. But with so many different boutis brands and options to choose from, finding the perfect one for your bedroom can be a daunting task.
In this post we’ll cover everything you need to know about choosing a new bedspread, from what materials are available and what factors influence their cost and quality to unique patterns that will complement any bedroom decorating style.
Consider your bedroom’s size and decor
As a general rule of thumb, you want your bedspread to be as large as possible to cover not just your mattress but also the floor underneath it. If you’re sharing the bed with someone else, or if you have children who use the bed regularly, go for something even larger to create a softer and more welcoming effect.
Sometimes, though, it’s not always an option to go for a large or luxurious bedspread. You may be using your bedroom as an office where you need to keep the clutter down and your room needs to remain clutter-free. This may mean you choose a smaller bedspread that can fit into the overall decor better.
Another important factor to consider when picking out a bedspread is the space available for it in your bedroom. If you have limited space, you may want to look for one that’s not only small but also subtle. Some other bedspreads are made of deep grosgrain sown fabric that’s washed and shrunken while others are made entirely of silk and can be stripped off the bed by hand.
Consider the material
Before picking out a bedspread material, it’s important to understand their pros and cons so you can make an informed decision about what will work best for your bedroom.
Cotton is the most popular material for bedspreads, and it’s easy to see why. It’s soft, breathable and hypoallergenic so it’s ideal for individuals with sensitive skin. Cotton also regulates body temperature, unlike other materials like polyester which trap heat in during hot months and keep you too cool during colder ones. It’s also easy to clean! Made of fibers grown on farms in the United States, cotton bedspreads are also a relatively inexpensive option, but this doesn’t mean they’re all made the same.
If you’re looking for a bedspread that’s both soft and luxurious features a variety of materials in its collections.