Bedding 101 Guide
Learn the difference between thicker duvets and thinner coverlets, and get tips for dressing your bed from sheets to throw pillows.
A duvet can be used with or without a top sheet and has a removable, washable cover. Don't forget to pick up an insert when you're buying a new duvet cover.
Style Tip: On warmer nights, fold your duvet at the foot of the bed and use a lighter-weight quilt or coverlet instead.
Lighter in weight than a duvet and comforter, our stitched quilts are all machine washable.
Style Tip: Quilts are perfect for warmer months or as an extra layer in the winter.
Our lightest layer, coverlets are stitched for texture, similar to a quilt.
Style Tip: Swap out your duvet for a lightweight coverlet in the warm summer months.
Most of our sheets are sold in sets that include a fitted, flat and two standard pillowcases.
Style Tip: Choose a few sets in complementary colors so you can mix and match prints.
Standard shams fit regular pillows (20"x26"), king shams are a bit bigger (20"x36") and euro shams usually come in a square 26" size.
Style Tip: More decorative than a pillowcase, shams usually open up in the center so the pillow doesn't peek out.
Smaller than a quilt or blanket, throws are perfect for folding or tossing casually at the foot of the bed.
Style Tip: Keep a few in the living room, too—they make reading, napping and movie nights a little cozier.
Our blankets are sized like quilts, so they work as bedspreads layered over sheets.
Style Tip: Great to have on hand as an extra layer of warmth, blankets work everywhere from the living room to the bedroom.
Available in a variety of sizes, accent pillows add pops of color and pattern to your bed.
Style Tip: One of the quickest ways to update your look, decorative pillow covers are simple to swap out each season.
Bed skirts add instant texture to the bedroom and create a clean, streamlined look.
Style Tip: Use your space wisely. A bedskirt keep items stored under the bed neatly out of sight.