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Microfiber Solid 15-inch Drop Bedskirt
Featuring a microfiber construction for a luxurious texture, this durable bed skirt offers an easy way to take care of your mattress. Available in various colors to match your comforter set, this flat bed skirt is resistant to fading and shrinking.
ITEM#: 15280593Enhance bedroom decor with this durable yet soft wrinkle-resistant microfiber blend bedskirt. With minimum care, this colorful bedskirt neither shrinks nor fades. Bedskirts are perfect for hiding unsightly bedposts or conceal storage areas beneath the bed. This bedskirt is also available in multiple sizes, allowing you to find one that fits your bed. Choose a contrasting color to spice up an old comforter set, or go with a coordinating color to finish a brand-new look.
This solid microfiber 15-inch drop bedskirt is available in a variety of colors, including gold, light blue, black and silver, so you can choose the perfect match for your bedroom. This bedskirt has a soft feel for your comfort, and the bedskirt is machine washable, which makes it easy to clean.
- Bedskirt drop length: 15 inches
- Design: Flat
- Color options: Black, burgundy, gold, ivory, light blue, mocha, plum, silver, sage, taupe, tan, white
- Materials: 100-percent microfiber
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Twin XL: 39 inches wide x 80 inches long with a 15-inch drop
- Queen: 60 inches wide x 80 inches long with a 15-inch drop
- King: 78 inches wide x 80 inches long with a 15-inch drop
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loved the fit (it was perfect). Washed and dried it before putting it on and didn't have to iron it whatsoever. Will buy more.Read More
As others have said, this is 100% Egyptian cotton and not microfiber. Egyptian cotton is my preference, so this is a great value for the price and free shipping to boot! I ordered the queen size in taupe. The color matches our IKEA duvet set perfectly and really puts the finishing touches on our bed.Read More
The fabric is soft but light and the colors were right on as described. Unfortunately, both units I purchased were completely wrinkled and took about 1.5 hours (EACH!) to iron out. . . in the past, bedskirts I have purchased were pretty much ready to put on.Read More
I purchased this bedskirt to use with a bedspread I also bought thru Overstocks. They look well together, and the quality is very nice for the price. Nice change for our bedroom.Read More
Fair at best. I wish the cotton fabric was a bit heavier. The length is great but it is a bit flimsy.Read More
Nothing really special. It's ok. Nice blue color. Was little long for my bed.Read More
The bedskirts arrived in dirty packaging and e bedskirts and dirt marks on the inside of packaging. Also quality of bedskirts are low grade. I would not recommend theseRead More
Color was exactly as pictured. Easy to iron and put on bed. Fit great!Read More
color was a perfect match for what I needed for a quilt I orderedRead More
Fit my kingsize bed perfectly and the color was beautiful.Read More
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Thank you for your interest in the Microfiber Solid 15-inch Drop Bedskirt. Yes, the bedskirt has split corners.
Be careful when ironing. the mesh portion that goes between the mattresses will melt if you touch it with the iron.
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How To Use a Bedskirt
If you're looking to give your bed an extra bit of pizzazz, think bedding accessories. Bedskirts are the perfect final touch to all well-made beds. Used to disguise unsightly box-spring mattresses, bedskirts work to create a streamlined look. They are easy to install and come in a huge variety of styles, colors and materials. Look below to learn how to use a bedskirt.
How To Install a Bedskirt
When you want to give your bedding a finished look, you'll want to install a bedskirt. Learning how to install a bedskirt is a simple process, and generally, one person can do it. However, if you have a large or heavy mattress, you may need a helper for lifting and positioning your bedskirt.
For anyone interested in making their bedroom truly shine, a bedskirt is a must-have item. These stylish pieces of bedding can give any bed a massive aesthetic boost. Bedskirts provide a wide variety of functions in the bedroom. Some people love these bedding accessories for their classy style. Others enjoy the fact that bedskirts are perfect for hiding under-bed storage. They can quickly turn a bedroom from being a mess to being a masterpiece. If you are in the market for something that will complement your bed and bedroom, take a look at the article below to learn about the best bedskirts.
Top 5 Ways to Keep Bedskirts in Place
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Tips on Buying Bedskirts
Your bedroom set isn't complete without a quality bedskirt. Bedskirts not only put a classy finishing touch on your bedroom decor; they also cover up the space beneath your bed so that you can store items there without ruining the look of your bedroom. While bedskirts are fairly simple to shop for, keeping a few tips in mind can ensure that you find the perfect one.
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Similar in size to a standard king bed, a California king bed is four inches longer, allowing a lot of extra room top to bottom. A California king bed measures 72 inches wide and 84 inches long, and a standard king mattress measures 76 inches wide and 80 inches long, so while a California king mattress is four inches longer, it is also about four inches thinner than a standard king bed. Making a decision between the two might be difficult. Ultimately, both are great options, but there are a few conditions that might make a California king size bed the clear choice. Before you pick which king mattress is right for you, here are a few of the best reasons to choose a California king bed.
How to Fit Queen Beds in Small Spaces
Ideal for guest rooms or additional bedrooms, queen beds measure 60 inches wide and 80 inches long. For a couple, a queen bed provides about 30 inches of space per person. Larger and more comfortable than double or full beds, queen beds occupy less space than king beds. This makes them a great choice for bedrooms with space limitations. Knowing how to select queen beds and fit them in small spaces enables you to maximize their potential and your available floor space. Look below to learn how to fit queen beds in small spaces.
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One of the simplest ways to change the look of your queen-size bed is to invest in a queen comforter set. A queen comforter set -- which typically includes a queen-size comforter, matching pillows shams and, sometimes, matching throw pillows and a bedskirt -- can give your bedroom a designer look without making you pay a designer price. For tips on choosing the right queen comforter set, keep reading.
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The crib set you choose for your baby can highlight the theme of a nursery or even dictate it. Crib sets will typically include everything you need for the crib: sheets, pillows, quilt, bumper pad, and bedskirt. Depending on the bedding set you choose, it may also include a diaper stacker, window valance, or other nursery decorations. It's fun to pick out a theme for your nursery and just as much fun to find the best crib set for your baby. Here are the most popular ideas for baby girls.
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For many people, a beautifully made bed is the antithesis of the most comfortable bed. A striking bedspread with accented bed skirts and ornamental throw pillows is pleasing on the eyes, but a comfortable bed involves choosing bedding that appeals to the senses. Soft sheets and luxurious mattress toppers that you can sink into after a long, hard day are the ultimate in comfort. Look below to learn how to make the most comfortable bed.
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When it comes to choosing the right futon mattress for your futon, it can be a tough decision. Futons are very versatile pieces of furniture. These couches that convert into beds can be made out of everything from expensive solid hardwood to inexpensive metal. The choices for a futon mattress are as diverse as for the frames. Some futon mattresses are simply filled with pieces of cotton and wool. Others are one solid piece of foam. Still other futon mattresses contain coils just as bed mattresses do. If you're confused about finding the right one, take a look below to learn how to choose a futon mattress.
Bed Sheet Thread Count Fact Sheet
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