Beds in a bag

Beds in a bag

Beds in a bag

It’s just another day. The kids are off to school, I’ve got my clothes and stuff for work packed in two bags, and what to make for dinner is making my head spin. But we do have one thing going for us today: a three-story walk-up apartment with a private bathroom. A clean, good-sized bedroom and the privacy to shower without feeling like the doorbell is going off all the time.With the most pieces included of any other picks, it's the only thing you'll need to dress an entire new bed (and more).


Shopping for bedding can be a chore: There's the sheets, comforter, duvet cover, pillows — and those are just the basics. That's why a bed in a bag is kind of genius. Not to be confused with a bed in a box (if you're in the market, check out our experts' top mattress picks), a bed in a bag includes all your bedding linens for one price. Even the most basic sets typically include a fitted sheet, top sheet, comforter, and pillowcases. More expensive options can include inserts, decorative pillows, a bed skirt, or curtains. We tapped the Good Housekeeping Institute experts to share their favorite sets and must-know shopping tips.

The ultimate bedding set, it's pricey for a good reason. You'll get top-of-the-line sateen sheets and can personalize almost every item. Use Brooklinen's easy shopping tool to choose how much support you want from your pillows, the weight of your comforter, and whether you want to go with a down or down alternative fill. The sheets were top performers in the GH Textile Lab's tests. Plus, there are clever labels on the long and short sides of the fitted sheet, so you'll never struggle when making the bed. The company offers a generous 60-day, any-reason return policy, FYI. (Source:www.goodhousekeeping.com)


Do you want a beautifully put-together room, but don't have an eye for design or colour coordination? A bed-in-a-bag makes it easy to style any room, as it comes complete with a comforter and pillow cases. Some sets are even packaged with matching sheet sets. We offer a number of bed-in-a-bag sets for you to choose, including some that are designed specifically for kid’s rooms and smaller beds. With some neutral designs that will compliment any décor, there is no better or easier way to transform a drab room into a fully decorated work of art.

When you find the king-size bed-in-a-bag that works best with your bedroom design and color scheme, your shopping is done. If you are looking for a bed-in-a-bag that features a comforter made of plush textured fabric with an embroidered floral design, take a look at the J. Queen New York Garden View 4 Piece King Comforter Set.(Source:ktla.com)





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