I wanted a linen bedskirt for my elevated bed. This seemed to fit the bill, but it actually is three separate pieces of linen, with small grommets. The plan is to hold the fabric against the box spring, then screw in plastic topped metal piggy-tail pins, which supposedly hold the linen fabric firmly against the box spring, and can be "adjusted" for height. In reality, there were just enough pins to fix the thing the first day, and the pins fall out and get lost frequently; the skirt sags as the pins work their way out, and it is kind of a waste. But you get what you pay for, right?
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