Comforter set is very appealing to the eye, but quality is just very poor as the stitching has much to be desired. If you're using the comforter set for "looks" only, you will be pleased. But if you are looking to actually use it, don't expect the life expectancy to be very long, as the seams will come apart!
Unless you have quilting frames and are prepared to use the immediately, this is not the product for you. We have had this comforter on bed for about a month, and already all of the batting is balling up. There are no points where the top is attached to the bottom except the exterior seams, and the batting is loose between the top and bottom. The few points that were stitched, came apart just by making the bed. I don't normally write reviews, but I feel if I can save 1 person $100 it will be worth it.
When I first unwrapped this product I thought the quality of the comforter was subpar. But my first impression was definitely wrong. After making the bed, the comforter and pillows were very attractive and had puffed up (they were compressed from shipping). The comforter is very soft and quilted and is very comfortable with which to sleep.
This comforter set looks so good in the picture, but when I got it, I was so disappointed. The "rust" color is bright orange and dominated the comforter, and the fabric was not at all what it appeared to be in the picture. It is shiny and cheap looking. Also, the pillows that came with it were much smaller than pictured. Needless to say, I sent it back, and found a cheaper one some where else that is gorgeous.
I bought this two years ago in the king size for a queen bed because of other recommendatons. After once dry cleaning (recommended, the lumps that will not smooth out make for a great topological map of the Rocky Mountains. It shrink even more and now could be afull bed comforter. One of the shams shredded at the seam after a second dry cleaning. It is too bad since it is a great looking comforter.