Update your master suite or guest bedroom with bedding and bath accessories from Overstock.com. Choose from sheet sets and fashion bedding to give your room a designer look, or add a memory foam mattress topper or hospitality-quality pillows for their luxurious feel. The bedding and bath collection has mattresses to fit your budget and bed size as well as supportive box springs and durable mattress covers to protect your investment. Stock up on bath towels in colors to match your decor from top brands, including Martex, Izod, and Authentic Hotel and Spa, and have plenty on hand for kids and guests. With an assortment of shower curtains and accessories in trendy prints as well as classic colors, this collection makes it easy to give your bathroom a whole new look.
Finding the right mattress is one of the most important steps when it comes to nighttime comfort. Mattresses are available in tons of styles to accommodate any firmness preference. Traditional innerspring mattresses rely on time-tested coils for great support, while foam mattresses incorporate state-of-the-art chemistry to create the perfect balance between firmness and cushion. Mattresses typically come in Twin, Full, Queen, and King sizes, with special options such as Twin XL or California King for added length to accommodate taller individuals.
Sheets are as decorative as they are functional, providing comfort and protecting your mattress from wear and tear. Available in everything from fine Egyptian cotton to velvety-soft microfiber, sheet sets include both flat and fitted sheets, as well as matching pillowcases. While bedsheets may not be as visible in your bedroom, sheets with fresh prints and patterns add wonderful personality to and bedding ensemble. Remember that the pocket of a fitted sheet should be at least as deep the height of your mattress.
Quilts and bedspreads add tons of character with a simple, no-nonsense design. Both types are thinner the other bedding, and tend to require less maintenance long-term. Bedspreads often run cooler and are great for the summer months or areas with warm climates, while quilts incorporate a layer of insulation that makes them a bit warmer and better for chillier nights.
While duvet covers use an insert that must be bought separately, comforters are covers with the stuffing already sewn in. Both options are available in an abundance of fresh and unique designs, and often include matching shams to fit over your pillows. While comforter sets are convenient and require a little less maintenance, duvet covers are great for people with specific sleeping preferences because they feature an insert that can be switched out as the seasons change.
As the name implies a bed-in-a-bag set includes everything you need to transform your bed in one convenient kit. Accent pillows, bed-skirts, and more often accompany the basic comforter or duvet cover and shams in these sets. Many even provide matching sheets and pillowcases, for a bedroom update that’s as effortless and convenient as it is on-trend and consistent.
Basic bedding refers to all the essential inserts and additions that won’t usually show. While items in this category tend to be more functional than decorative, they play a vital role in the longevity and comfort of your bed and bedding. Mattress toppers and protectors will help to keep mattresses clean and comfortable, while plush pillows and comforters lend extra padding and warmth to any bedroom ensemble. Additional accessories like bed-skirts keep the area under your bed free from clutter, while adding a unique layer to your bedding ensemble.
Available in a wide range of colors and designs, bath towels aren’t just for drying off after a shower. While your bath towels should also take into account your preferences when it comes to softness and material, they can also make a great complement your bathroom decor. Of course, even if colorful towels complement your style, you may use some soap or facewash products that discolor fabric. White towels provide a classic, low-maintenance look that pairs nicely with a variety of decor styles and are easy to keep clean. However, if color is your thing, look for colorfast towels that will retain their color through many wash cycles.
While most shower curtains are made from waterproof vinyl plastic, more decorative options feature cotton or polyester fabric that offer a crisp look, but typically require you to use a secondary plastic liner behind it. Remember to pick up hooks or rings to make hanging your shower curtain easy. .
Nothing beats stepping out of the bath onto a plush bathroom rug. Bath mats are uniquely designed for padding and absorbency, keeping your bathroom floor free of excess water and helping to protect against dangerous slipping hazards. Some bathroom rugs incorporate unique features like ultra-soft memory foam that’s conveniently antimicrobial, and most can be washed in your washing machine for easy sanitation and longevity.
Bath robes let you enjoy a warm and cozy embrace as you get ready for your day. Bath robes are available in a variety of length and style options, with everything from silk, to Terry cloth, to polyester microfiber. You can add a personal touch to almost any bathrobe with a custom monogrammed initial.
Bathroom sets include the solid items you’ll use to accent and complete your bathroom. This category features important staples such as soap and lotion dispensers, toothbrush holders, wastebaskets, tissue box covers, as well as space saving shelves, and caddies for the bath or shower. Bathroom sets help create a cohesive sense of style in your bathroom, with unique pieces that can be re-used and admired for years to come.
Bedding and Bath FAQ
1. What is the best material for bedding?
There are plenty of choices when it comes to bedding materials, and although each has its own pros and cons to consider, your preference is the most important thing to keep in mind. Factor in traits like softness, breathability, care requirements, and the look you’re interested in. Cotton is the most common fabric for making sheets and bedding, providing durable coverage that’s impressively soft and easy to take care of. Cotton comes in several varieties, with luxe options like Egyptian cotton, ultra-soft Pima cotton that features a premium sheen, and flannel made from combed cotton fibers.
Apart from cotton, there are plenty of other fabrics to choose from, depending on the sleep experience you’d like to achieve. Tencel is a soft, cool fabric made using the pulp of Eucalyptus tree wood. While it’s naturally antimicrobial, it also doesn’t breathe like cotton. Rayon from bamboo is made from bamboo pulp to create a material that is cool and breathable all night long. Silk is a hypoallergenic, natural fiber produced by silkworms that yields an ultra-soft feel and radiant sheen. Microfiber is another popular bedding choice made from synthetic polyester fibers that can be brushed for a velvety-soft feel.
2. How can I keep my bed cool at night?
If you tend to wake up sweaty or find yourself overheating while you try to fall asleep, there are a few simple bedding items you can add to help regulate your temperature and ensure a refreshingly cool night’s sleep. Look for heat-wicking fabrics like cotton or rayon from bamboo, and consider an all-season comforter that won’t get too hot throughout the year. If you think your mattress may be the culprit, gel-infused foam mattress pads feature unique gels that keep cool throughout the night while also providing contouring comfort.
3. Which is better, down or down alternative?
Down is very desirable as it provides excellent warmth while being extremely lightweight. Down is generally more breathable and tends to regulate your body temperature better than a down alternative. Down comes from the underbelly of ducks and geese and looks like little balls of fluff. The quality of down is often measured by the type of bird and the fill power. A higher fill power typically means larger down clusters and better insulation. Down alternative comforters and pillows are a comfortable and more affordable option than down. Down alternative fills mimic the feel and look of down but don’t often provide the same insulation or regulate temperature as well as down. These alternatives are typically easier to maintain and clean than down.
4. What size pillow do you use for a Euro sham?
The size of pillow you’ll use will depend on the size of your Euro sham. The most common sizes for Euro shams are 26 inches square and 28 inches square. Your pillow insert should measures 26 inches or 28 inches square respectively. Making sure your pillow insert matches the size of your Euro sham will ensure a snug fit and properly stuffed corners.
5. What is the best bedding material for winter?
When it comes to staying warm during the cold winter months, there are a few important materials to keep in mind. Flannel is a popular choice for chilly autumn and winter evenings, and its combed cotton design is famous for an ultra-soft finish and unparalleled warmth. Fleece sheets are soft and warm as well, but they stand out for their ability to wick moisture away from your body. Velvet flannel combines all the best of flannel bedding while adding a luxurious velvety finish that can be washed and dried just like cotton. Polar fleece is designed to keep you extra warm on frigid nights and features a lightweight, hypoallergenic design that’s long-lasting and easy to take care of. It’s also a good idea to look for a heavier weight down comforter that’s designed for extra warmth. Down comforters with a high fill power and more ounces of fill will provide better insulation and additional warmth all winter long. For those extra-cold nights, a heated blanket or mattress pad can also be a welcome addition.
6. What is the best bedding for summer?
The most important thing about summer bedding is maintaining a cool and comfortable body temperature throughout the night. Sheets made from cotton, Tencel, and rayon from bamboo provide a cool and breathable bedding environment that prevents you from overheating as you sleep. Any material designed to wick away moisture is a great option, since summer nights can get a bit sweaty and humid. Cotton quilts and coverlets are lightweight, breathable options to keep you cool during the summer. Lightweight comforters and duvets are great options as well. Cooling bedroom materials are easy to find in sheets, mattress pads, bed pillows, and duvet covers.
7. What’s the best bedding for allergy sufferers?
Hypoallergenic bedding is designed to repel dust mites and other allergens that can cause allergic reactions and symptoms. Some popular choices for those who suffer from allergies are silk, rayon from bamboo, and specialized cotton blends. Most bedding is prone to attracting certain types of allergens like dust mites. Even if you change your sheets for allergy-friendly materials, there is a variety of other steps you can take to help keep your sleep space allergy-free. Mattress protectors can prevent allergens from getting into your mattress. Most mattress protectors are also designed to keep water, dust mites, and bed bugs away from your mattress. Easy to remove and machine washable, mattress and pillow protectors also increase the longevity of your bedding while keeping mites and allergens away.
8. What is the difference between Turkish and Egyptian Cotton?
Egyptian cotton is the ultimate in softness and luxury and is highly absorbent, durable, and breathable. Turkish cotton is a premium choice for bath towels that features great absorbency and durability. Turkish and Egyptian cotton are both considered superior due to their extra-long fibers, high-absorbency, and soft feel. The only real difference between these two options—as the name suggests—is the region in which the fibers are grown. Although Turkish cotton is prized above most other cotton fabrics, Egyptian is the favorite for luxury hotels and spas and is regarded as the finer of the two fibers.
9. Which towels are most absorbent?
How absorbent your towel is largely depends on the length of the threads used in the towel's construction. For example, towels made with Egyptian, Turkish, or Pima cotton typically incorporate longer fibers that can absorb more moisture. While they do absorb more moisture than their counterparts, it’s important to remember that heavy towels also feature a much longer dry-time.
10. How do you know what size shower curtain to buy?
A bathroom with a standard tub generally works best with a shower curtain that measures 72 inches long x 72 inches wide, but you may need to alter that size if your bathroom features a freestanding or clawfoot tub. This tub and shower combination typically requires an extra-wide curtain that measures anywhere between 74 inches to 144 inches. Of course, when you can, the best choice is to measure your bath or shower before you buy a curtain.
Looks good with bedding
Wish it was a bit smoother, but it is needed with the bedding for contrast.
I bought these for our guest bath but liked them so much kept for our own bath.
Nice addition of bedding to your home..................J.R.
Love these bath mats and that they are machine washable too!
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