Bed Skirt Style Options and Uses
Bed skirts, also known as dust ruffles or bed ruffles, serve several purposes in your bedroom. When they were first used, bed skirts helped to hide misshapen box springs and bedposts, but most people today don't need to hide these pieces of furniture. Now they are helpful for deflecting dust and particles that might otherwise collect underneath your bed.
They come in a variety of colors, patterns, styles, and materials, allowing you to find the perfect option that fits with the look and feel of the space. You can choose plain bed skirts that simply hide the box springs and create a more uniform look or luxurious ruffled skirts made from high-end satin or other materials. If your bedroom has a more traditional feel, a tailored bed skirt can maintain that style while adding something extra to the bedroom.
Bed skirts are helpful if you store any items beneath your bed. When you walk into the bedroom, you might not want the storage space on full display, so placing a king or queen bed skirt over the edge of the box springs can hide quite a large area while still allowing easy access to reach those items.
Bed Skirt Designs That Compliment Your Bedding and Decor
Many bed skirts are available in colors and designs that complement your bedspread or throw pillows, tying the room together with various accents. Eyelet material bed skirts adds a touch of softness, while a multi-layered ruffle bed skirt is the perfect addition to a girl's bedroom. You can find bed skirts that have designs from top to bottom and others that keep the top simple with decorations at the bottom where it reaches the floor.
JCPenney carries a wide variety of bed skirts so you can find the perfect style that fits with the look and feel of your bedroom. Bed skirts available in traditional bed sizes: twin, double, full, queen, king, and California king, designed to fit between the mattress and the box springs for a uniform and sleek look when placed.
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