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Regal Animal 300 Thread Count 3-piece Quilt Set
This animal-printed three-piece quilt set is ideal for those who like to make an impression. The reversible animal print quilt has a solid print on one side, so you can quickly change the style of your room, and its ideal for chilly nights.
ITEM#: 12307051With a chic animal print and cotton sateen construction, the Regal Animal quilt set is sure to be a welcome addition to any bedroom decor. This quilt features calendared and mercerized fabric to provide long-lasting comfort and quality.
- Set includes: One quilt and two shams (one in twin set)
- Pattern: Giraffe animal print
- Reverse pattern: Solid
- Color options: Black/white, cafe/ivory, beige/chocolate
- Thread count: 300
- Style: Contemporary
- Cover materials: 100-percent cotton
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Quilt pattern is constructed with a vermicelli stitch
- Solid tape binding
- Quilt: 68 inches wide x 90 inches long
- Sham: 20 inches wide x 26 inches long
- Quilt: 90 inches wide x 90 inches long
- Shams: 20 inches wide x 26 inches long
- Quilt: 104 inches wide x 90 inches long
- Shams: 20 inches wide x 36 inches long
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|Color||Beige Black Brown|
|Material||Cotton Sateen Cotton|
|Thread Count Range||201 - 500 TC|
|Product Features||Reversible Bedding|
|Quilt Type||Printed Pattern|
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We ordered the black and white quilt for our daughter's bed. She loves it! It is made from a very soft cotton material and looks great in her room. The picture Overstock shows of this product misrepresents the true pattern of the material that the quilt is made from. Instead of a leopard print, it is more of a giraffe print (black and white giraffes....really?) which is quite different from the picture. Still, the quilt works for her and that's a really good thing.Read More
I originally bought this for my son but instead put it in my spare bedroom. Looks & feels great!Read More
This was my first purchase from Overstock and I was well pleased with the quality of the merchandise, the ease of ordering and the promptness of the delivery. I will be ordering often since I had such a good first experience!Read More
This set is a fantastic purchase. It is well made and the fabric is a cool sateen cotton. Please be advised that it is a duvet cover with shams, not a quilt set as stated. Because of the quality, I kept it and will use it to change the appearance of an old quilt or comforter.Read More
this set has a sewn quilted look, not visible from the stock photo! That being said, I LOVE IT! washes great, comfortable and very well put together good for any season!Read More
Nice print & quality. received product in timely fashion, as described in advertisement. whpuld reccommend to friend. price was great.Read More
It is a two sided quit! sold black on the leporad side which was not leporad! it was griaffe,, but i like it anyway gave it 2 my daughter! nice spring /summer quilt!Read More
The quilt and shams are bright and a very good quality material and workmanship. They were purchased to go on a bed with a zebra and animal print motif. The set looks great in the room and really brightens the room up.Read More
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Bed Sheet Thread Count Fact Sheet
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Quilts Buying Guide
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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.
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Sheets - Luxury Weaves
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Best Wall Ideas for Baby's Room
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The easiest way to stylishly outfit your bed is with a luxury bedding ensemble. These all-inclusive bedding sets make it easy to transform the look of your bedroom without purchasing each piece individually. Before you start shopping, you may want to get the basics about luxury bed-in-a-bag sets, so keep reading to get the answers to frequently asked questions about luxury bedding ensembles.
Summer Slumber Guide
A good night's sleep is invaluable. It's surprising how much our requirements for a few hours of catching Z's can change, however, with the changing seasons. You may want to pile on the heavy blankets and flannel sheets in the winter, but sleeping in the heat of the summer is a completely different story. If you're looking for a way to stay cool and rest easy all summer long, read these tips about how the right bedding can keep you comfortable during the hottest months.
FAQs about Cotton Sheets
Cotton, a natural plant fiber, provides a strong, thin thread appropriate for making fabric soft and durable enough to sleep on. Cotton sheets are very popular but come in a wide range in price and quality. When choosing a set of cotton sheets, it pays to know common industry terminology in order to get the best product for your money. Use this article to find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about cotton sheets.
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