The materials used in upholstering these beds come in many varieties such as chenile, damask, faux suede and velvet which are highly versatile and go perfectly with every interior. Moreover, the colour palette available in these fabrics is enormous, and so you are free to choose your favourite shade.
A luxury cotton bedspread will have a substantial weight, probably 3 kilos or so (around 7lbs). Sadly many pieces of fabric offered as bedspreads are barely more than dustsheets. High quality woven cotton bedspread fabrics can be machine washed, tumble dried and should not need ironing.
Then there is the pattern. Plain could be considered a pattern. Once again there is a need to balance your preferences with the existing scheme in the room. If possible view a picture of the bedspread in the room where it will be used so you can see how well...
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...
Since you'll be sleeping on it, the bedspread you plan on purchasing should be comfortable for you. Consider soft materials like satin or cotton when getting one. Avoid the ones that have a harsh texture. The last thing you want is to wake up with skin allergies, right?...
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