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A long, narrow and commonly cylindrical pillow filled with down or feathers. Used for decoration or lumbar support when lying against the headboard. A bed cover, used like a blanket, that is filled with batting and is not exceptionally fluffy. It is usually reversible and machine-washable. Comforters are usually paired with a bed skirt to form a complete ensemble, as the comforter's sides only go about halfway to the floor. It differs from a quilt in that the layers of a comforter are not quilted together.
Style of bedspread used before the 20th century in America. It usually does not reach to the floor, and does not cover the pillows. A soft flat bag traditionally filled with down or feathers, or a combination of both, and used like a blanket.
Usually not as thin as a comforter, but may be referred to as a "down comforter". A decorative and protective covering for a duvet. Most duvet covers have a button or tie closure at one end. Australians use the term doona cover rather than "duvet cover". Usually has of thread count. A Euro or Continental pillow—a large square pillow—is a decorative pillow that sits back against the headboard.
These are often placed behind the standard size pillow shams as a backdrop, or on top of standard pillows as a coordinated set with a duvet cover. The featherbed will normally have elastic straps or even have a fitted sheet on it so that it fits over a mattress and stays in place. The flat sheet is tucked in around the mattress over the fitted sheet with the fourth side, at the head of the bed, undone.
This is the bottom sheet used to fit tightly over a mattress. Fitted sheets are available in a variety of pocket depths, which refers to the thickness of the mattress. Standard North American pocket size is 7 to 9 inches. Deep pocket corners are usually 10 to 13 inches.
Mattress pad Also known as a mattress topper, or underpad. This is used immediately above a mattress to protect the mattress. Some also protect the sleeper from allergens. Small cylindrical decorative throw pillows; used for cervical vertebrae support or pure decoration. Decorative coverings for pillows, often designed with trims, ruffles, flanges, or cording.
Shams are normally placed behind the pillows used to sleep on, which would be covered with regular pillowcases. This is because mattresses have a standard size grading, whereas bed frames do not.
While many companies in the UK do offer bespoke bed making services, most mass-produced bed linens,  bed frames and mattresses fit only the standard bed sizes above. A Queen size mattress in the UK is often misunderstood to be one of the larger sizes as is the case in many other parts of the world. At cm in width, however, it is smaller than a UK double. Another common mistake is to use a mattress size as the required space for the full dimensions of the bed and mattress.
Most common sizes for double beds are: In Italy, beds are classified by name and use the term Piazza as in "one place" Standard sizes are: There are some variations between the Nordic countries and the Baltic nations, but these are the most common sizes:.
In China, the regulation standard has following sizes available: In practice, bed sizes are usually categorized by the width. The length is typically two metres, but may vary. The most common sizes are:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 20 March Retrieved 2 April Bed warmer Couch Nightstand. Retrieved from " https:
Standard mattress thickness approximately 7". Comforter and bedspread sizes vary by manufacturer. This Size Chart reflects the most common sizes. Bassettbaby Premier's Benbrooke Full Size Bed Rails convert the Benbrooke 4-in-1 Convertible Crib (sold separately) into a full size bed. Crafted of clear pine solids and veneers, these sturdy rails extend the life of the crib for years of use. / Bedding Size Chart Bedding Size Chart The most common questions we receive from customers relate to the sizes of different bedding components - for example "what size is king comforter" or "what size is a queen quilt" or "will a king comforter fit a california king size bed" etc etc.