Published at Friday, February 08th, 2019 - 05:17:11 AM. Bedspreads. By Darcel Leroux.
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.
The most basic element is size. The bedspread must fit the bed. The standard bed sizes are twin, full, queen and king, going from smallest to largest. You may also see California king, which is even larger than a standard king. Full is sometimes referred to as double. There are also sizes for younger children, and totally custom designs. Clearly if you try to put a queen size bedspread on a king size bed, there is going to be a shortfall somewhere.
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