By Darcel Leroux. Bedspreads. Published at Friday, February 08th, 2019 - 05:23:33 AM.
Duvets and bedspreads come in different thicknesses. If you live in a warm climate, you might find that light cotton and flannel materials are best for absorbing nighttime sweat while being very cool and breathable. Cold seasons can be combated with wool, or with polyester.
The other difference between comforters and bedspreads is that the bedspreads will come off in the night and the comforters will be used when you will be sleeping. Even though the bedspreads slightly serve the purpose of keeping warm, they are designed for decoration and not for warming up. So you will have to use the comforter as the warm cover and the stylishly decorated bedspread to adorn your bed with a touch of elegance!
Bedding Bedspreads generally were used year around as bed room decor prior to all the different styles of bed covers used today. The old style bedspreads were either hand woven or machine woven depending on the time period and the availability of textile machines. Many different styles were used due to ethnic influence and time period they were woven.
Many other geometric patterns, all based on Native American pottery and art, can be found incorporated into southwestern bedspread designs. The range of colors and patterns is extensive and choosing a different bedspread for every bedroom will carry the southwest theme throughout your home. To really lend a bunkhouse look to a bedroom, bedspreads featuring running horses can also be found. Placing a bedspread based on southwest designs on your bed will help to coordinate the southwestern decor of your bedroom and at the same time, add color and character to the room.
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