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Nautica Longview Cotton Reversible Quilt and Sham Separates
Nautica quilt and sham separates are a great way to update your room. The quilt is pieced and made of 100-percent yarn dye cotton. Reversible to create a totally different look. Quilts are machine washable. Shams are also available and sold individually.
ITEM#: 15916475Nautica quilt and sham separates are a great way to update your room. The quilt is pieced and made of 100-percent yarn dye cotton. Reversible to create a totally different look. Quilts are machine washable. Shams are also available and sold individually. A simple blue, black and white color scheme and patchwork look give this quilt the perfect balance of rustic country charm and modern appeal. The soft cotton fabric is comforting during cold evenings in the fall and winter. Cozy up under this quilt for warmth while admiring its beauty at the same time.
- Set includes: Quilt, shams are sold individually
- Color: Charcoal/ivory/blue/neutrals
- Pattern: Patchwork
- Style: Patchwork
- Cover materials: 100-percent cotton
- Fill materials: 100-percent cotton
- Backing materials: 100-percent cotton
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Quilt: 68 inches wide x 88 inches long
- Sham: 20 inches wide x 26 inches long
- Quilt: 90 inches wide x 90 inches long
- Sham: 20 inches wide x 26 inches long
- Quilt: 104 inches wide x 96 inches long
- Sham: 20 inches wide x 36 inches long
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|Color||Blue Grey Ivory Multi Off-White|
|Style||Casual Classic Country Patterned Traditional Transitional Vintage|
|Material||Cotton Synthetic Fiber|
|Pattern||Color Block Novelty Patchwork Plaid|
|Set Include||1 Piece|
|Product Features||Reversible Bedding|
|Quilt Type||Printed Pattern|
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This quilt has made a difference in our bedroom as it adds a lot of color in the room. I cannot comment about the shams as we did not receive them with our order, as I believe that the shams were not part of order. Great comforter for a factory made quilt, however it isn't like grandmas.Read More
With Nautical you are going to have to pay for the quality of their material. Quilt is great, looks amazing in my son's room, good quality. Happy with my purchase.Read More
Thick and lush and beautiful. Just what I expected when it arrived. Colors are vivid. Stitching is perfect. Lots of years of use to come.Read More
Cons first, as I've seen right from unpacking: do not expect colors like shown on photo. Lighter patches are not so bright, but more like they are dusty, while darker ones seems either sun-burned or washed-out. So, if you're looking for bright visuals - look somewhere else. As for me, in real life it most resembles an old and well used cheap hotel matress. Pro's: materials used are of good quality, all seams are straight. This thing looks like it will last for years and years. Feels soft to touch and I suggest it should be warm. Bottomline: it will be great for those who pay more attention on feelings, not visuals. In fact, we already make a gift of it and happy new owner says it is right what she was looking for.Read More
I was looking for something for a boy and this is great. Didn't order shams at time I ordered quilt but went back and ordered and now the bed looks great. Not a heavy quilt so need blanket for warmth in winter. Should be good in summer also in A/C. Happy with purchase.Read More
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The product details states there is a charcoal option (rather than the blue quilt shown). How do I order that?
Hello nauticaquilt, we apologize for the confusion. The description should read color, rather than color options. The colors listed are all the colors in the quilt. There are no other colors available.
Popular Types of Quilts
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How to Display a Quilt
Quilts are more than just bedding: They're also gorgeous pieces of art that can be used to decorate your home. A quilt makes a space seem warm and homey, and it's not hard to learn how to display quilts. By following these steps, you'll be showing off your quilts in no time.
How to Store Quilts
Whether you have one quilt or a dozen, storing them properly can seem like a daunting task. Some quilts are used daily and others are kept as family heirlooms. Whatever you choose to do with your quilts, you'll need to know some basic steps on proper storage. Take a look below to learn How to Store Quilts.
How to Pick Kids' Quilts
Quilts aren't just for adults who want a timeless feel in their bedroom; they also bring color and charm into a children's room. Kid's quilts are made in motifs to match any age and come in all standard bedding sizes. With a few considerations, you'll be able to find a great kids' quilt with ease. Take a look at the following suggestions to learn how to pick kids' quilts.
Quilts Buying Guide
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How to Find Cheap Quilts
Cozy and comfortable, quilts have been a bedding staple in the home for years. However, due to their unique nature, quilts can also be costly. Fortunately, finding cheap quilts isn't impossible; it can actually be quite easy if you know what to look for. Finding good cheap quilts requires a look at what you want out of your quilts, where you'll use them and what styles you prefer. Take a look below to learn how to find cheap quilts.
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Due to their immense size, it's difficult to keep your eyes off of California king quilts, or as they're also known, Cal king quilts. Because they're such eye-catchers, aesthetic values are crucial to these giant quilts. Cal king quilts are made in a huge variety of styles, so finding the right one for your home decor is easy when you take the time to browse some styles. Take a look at the article below to learn about some of the best styles for Cal king quilts.
Best Reasons for Choosing Quilts
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Top 5 Modern Bed Quilts
If you've never considered making quilts a part of your modern decor, you may want to think again. Bed quilts can look modern and chic when they have subtle patterns or colors in their design. Look for a modern quilt set when you want to re-energize your bedroom and add a dash of classic style. This guide will help you find the right quilt style for your bedroom, just keep reading for a list of the top five modern bed quilts.
How to Maintain a Quilt
A quilt needs special care and maintenance. Whether you're displaying your quilt in the living room, using it as a bedspread, or carefully storing it in your closet, you can easily keep it looking its best for many years to come.
How to Choose A Quilt
When temperatures drop and snow starts falling, nothing is more satisfying that reaching for a cozy quilt to wrap up in. With so many options available, choosing a quilt that will last not only through winter months, but year-round as well can be a daunting task. Keep reading to learn how to choose a quilt that fits every occasion.
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Inviting a new baby home is an exciting moment, and having the perfect baby quilt for the nursery makes the moment that much more special. Finding the right baby quilts, however, may take some time and planning. There are many factors you'll want to consider when you start shopping for baby bedding, so the following tips are designed to help you find the right quilt for you and your baby.
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Best Wall Ideas for Baby's Room
With the arrival of your new baby drawing closer, you'll want to do everything you can to prepare, including furnishing and decorating the baby nursery. A baby nursery that is filled with all the right touches will give your infant a bright and beautiful place to start life. The wall decor can set the mood for the entire room, so start with art and decorations that are fun, interesting, unique and special. Wall art appliques. Removable wall decor appliques and decals offer some of the best ideas for a baby's room. Printed plastic and vinyl wall decals come in a variety of colors and designs. Opt for a themed collection of wall art images and create your own mural, which you can easily rearrange or remove as your child grows and you want to change the room. There are also decals that display words or phrases, such as well-known lines from nursery rhymes, prayers or beloved children's books. These look especially precious when posted on the wall above a baby's crib or cradle and can set the theme for the whole room. Framed art. As in any room, framed art can be the best way to add interest and beauty to nursery walls. Art is always personal, so choose a piece or grouping that speaks to you and your family. A lovely print of a mother and child or a toddler with a stuffed toy might move you, or you may prefer something whimsical and bright. If you have not yet settled on a theme or color for your baby's room, the perfect piece of framed art could be your best inspiration. Quilts. You have probably contemplated in great detail, if not already selected, the bedding for your baby's room. What you might not have considered is using a pretty quilt to decorate the wall. Quilts make lovely wall hangings and, with elaborate patterns and multicolor pieces, they let you tie together several colors in the room. Find a large quilt that harmonizes with your nursery decor or arrange several smaller ones in a delightful wall grouping. Letters. It has long been popular to decorate a nursery with letters. Spell out your little one's name with lovely, polished silver letters hanging from ribbons above the crib or use bright, colorful letters to showcase the alphabet or your little one's initials. You can add letters to your child's nursery in a variety of ways, from hand-painting them right onto the wall to utilizing lovely lettered wallpaper. View All Wall Decor Back to Guides Directory View All Wall Decor
Best Types of Baby Blankets
When your new baby snuggles up to go to sleep, you want to make sure that he is comfortable, safe and warm. Choose baby blankets that meet all your and your baby's needs and you'll have no doubt that your baby is sleeping soundly. Baby blankets come in a seemingly endless array of choices, and each baby bedding item has a purpose. Blankets also make great baby gifts, and many types are available to choose from, from baby receiving blankets to baby quilts. Let us help you choose baby bedding with our information about different types of baby blankets.
How to Mix and Match Baby Bedding
When you're getting your nursery in order, baby bedding sets offer you a fast and easy way to outfit your crib with cute sheets, blankets and pillows. Baby bedding sets aren't for everyone, though. What if you have an heirloom baby quilt or just want to mix things up a bit? A prepackaged baby bedding set isn't going to meet your needs. The following tips can help you mix and match baby bedding for a unique nursery that's anything but cookie cutter.
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