In today’s fast paced world, where there is a constant time crunch, we want everything instantly. Be it food, travel or every bedding, we want it all fast.
When it comes to home decor, taking quick decisions might not be the best way to go about it and yet buying pillows, cushions, bed sheets, quilts and duvets separately for each bedroom can prove to be a tedious task and you may end up settling, rather than buying what you really want.
Bed in a bag is a concept that handles this dilemma beautifully. It is a customized bedding ensemble and a standard set includes a comforter, quilt, duvet or other type of bed covering and a set of pillow shams. Some of the elaborate sets which might be priced higher also offer a set of matching sheets with pillowcases, bed skirt and curtains. Bed in a bag reduces your discomfort, time and effort of buying bedding ensemble individually to a great extent.
A bed in a bag set is an innovative way to improve and update the look of your bedroom. Bed in a bag sets are available in a wide variety of sizes, fabrics and colors. They can easily complement and fit with any of your bedroom decor. They also save time and money because everything that you need to update the look of your bed can be found in just one set and that too at a fraction of the cost of purchasing individual bedding pieces.
Bed in bag sets are available in the same size as the actual bed sizes; single, twin, queen and king. Bed-in-a-bag sets are made to fit virtually any size bed, even the more unusual bed sizes like twin XL and California king. Twin size beds are some of the common bed sizes available than their full or standard, queen and king counterparts. It is however important to note that not every bed in a bag set is available in every bed size. Bed in a bag sets are generally made from cotton, polyester and cotton/poly blends. Many are machine washable and easy to maintain. The sheets and pillowcases provided in the sets are typically made from the same materials in varying thread counts. As there is a general rule stating that higher thread counts result in a softer, more durable bedding.