I needed a bedskirt that had three things. They were: 1. Good quality fabric. Not see-through or thin. 2. Length to hit the floor exactly -- not look as if it's 'floating' off the floor (decorator's nightmare!). 3. I needed the fabric that holds the bedskirt together to be made of cotton -- NOT that terribly cheap stuff that tears easily and melts if it's put in the dryer. This bedskirt covered all of those points with ease. I was most impressed that it's made COMPLETELY of a nice-weight cotton. So, no worries about putting this in the dryer. It won't melt or tear easily at all. It's made well, so I have no worries that it won't hold up over time. Overall, I am very pleased with this bedskirt and would highly recommend it to anyone who is looking for a quality bedskirt. As far as others commenting on not showing pet hair that much, I tend to disagree. I have two cats with light colored hair and when they crawl under the bed, their fur does accumulate on the bedskirt. However, that's to be expected with furry friends that have light hair when you have dark colored fabrics. That shouldn't detract anyone from purchasing this.
Because I am a "fabric-holic" I knew that 100% Egyptian cotton was good quality but I also realized it would wrinkle. The bed skirt ironed out nicely but even at 300 thread count, it will wrinkle easily in use and will show because of its being a solid color. So if you expect it to look rock-hard, perfectly smooth, it will not. It was sewn well and will serve my purposes adequately
This is a tailored bedskirt with split corners. Needed something to go with a black/grey/off white duvet. Arrived well packaged, but with some wrinkles as expected. I did not wash as I was concerned about fading. So tossed it in the dryer with a damp towel and fabric softener sheet then ironed with cotton/steam setting. Wrinkles gone! Very well made, no loose threads.
Nice bright white color. After ironing all the wrinkles out of the bedskirt it looked beautiful. The 300 thread count made a big difference in the quality, much better than the cheaper bedskirts available for half the price. Well worth the money.
Ordered this in sage to match the Florence Quilt Set and it's perfect. I took it out of the packaging and washed it. Promptly took it out of the dryer and didn't even have to iron it which is a big plus. Glad it has split corners for the footboard. This bedskirt is not heavy or thick but it does just fine and adds a richness to the comforter set.
I was looking for a bedskirt with a 15 inch drop that was not pleated and wasn't a cheap cotton look. This was exactly what I was looking for. I purchased it in white which is a little thinner than hoped but not a deal breaker by any means. I love how I cannot see the corners of the bed through the skirt. It does a great overlapping pleat to cover all corners. I have washed and ironed this following the directions on label and am overall very happy with it. No need to spend more money than needed. Great product!
The quality goes with the price. It does not feel or look like 300 thread count bedsheets do. Nicer bedskirts do generally cost at least twice as much. My purchase was for a guest bedroom so I'm okay with the so-so quality. It would probably be a better purchase in any other color than white.
The bedskirt is a nice deep Black. I don't know if the White section shrunk after washing but it seems short on all 3 sides as the Black part that's stitched to the White part is 1-2 inches from the corner of the box spring where you would measure the Drop. So instead of a 15 inch drop, there's only about a 12-13 inch drop. The bottom of our bed side rails are 7 3/4" from the ground and the bedskirt is 5 3/4" from the ground.
Item arrived reeking. Had to wash to try to get rid of the terribly unpleasant odor (mix of human sweat and pungent food?). Laundered according to tag instructions - tumble dry low. Came out wrinkled, no surprise, but also a foot shorter. Serious shrinkage - leaving a good 12" of box spring uncovered. Luckily, I didn't need the drop length at the foot of the bed so could pull the skirt up to the top and have skirt on all three sides (though many inches shorter at the foot).
This product smelled HORRIBLE when I took it out of the package. The packaging was vinyl which is one of the most toxic plastics made, and it took many washes to get this smell to fade enough for me to be able to use the product. After MANY washes it did tho. It also shrunk so it didnt fit to the edge on any of the sides so it could be made a little larger. it worked for us however.
I've been looking for a bedskirt to coordinate with our bedspread and other bedding for awhile and had some difficulty finding anything I liked. Didn't want frilly and fussy and didn't want to go all matchy matchy either. Couldn't find anything to go with either the tan or brick red that were the predominant colors of the spread. Finally decided to go with a simple off white/cream or beige. This works. The fabric was a little light weight but the part that goes under the mattress is actual fabric and better made than many others I looked out so I am content. No ruffles so the hubby is also content.