Accent Your Bed with Quilts, Coverlets & Bedspreads
Our extraordinary handcrafted quilts, coverlets, and bedspreads are one-of-a-kind works of art, each one a beautiful way to infuse your room with patterns, color, and texture. We have quilts and coverlets for twin, full, queen, and king size beds—and matching shams to coordinate. Quilts and coverlets are lightweight enough to use during summer months, and they layer well for extra warmth in winter. Like a coverlet, bedspreads are a decorative top layer that also add a bit of warmth.
Our cotton coverlets, quilts, and bedspreads put traditional handcraftsmanship on display. From bright florals and timeless stripes to bold geometrics and global-chic woodblock prints, there's something to complement every taste. Find quilts, bedspreads, and coverlet bedding sets with beautifully finished traditional or embroidered details, for adults, teens, and kids. Our collection includes an ever-changing selection of solid and matelassé coverlets to add sophisticated texture to the bed. Supremely soft and intricately patterned, matelassé bedding is a luxurious staple for all four seasons. Quilts, coverlets, and bedspreads are year-round bedding essentials.
Quilts & Coverlets FAQ
A quilt is a type of bed covering that is constructed with three parts: Two outside pieces are stitched, or quilted, to form the top and bottom layers that surround an inside layer of batting. A blanket is usually a single layer that is not quilted.
A coverlet is a lightweight blanket used for decoration or to add warmth. It is often the topmost bedding layer but may be layered beneath a quilt or comforter for extra warmth during cold months.
Coverlets and bedspreads are similar styles of bedding: They are both decorative, single-layer bed coverings that provide warmth.
A coverlet tends to be slightly smaller than a bedspread: Coverlets usually reach the bottom of the box spring or mattress, while bedspreads drape nearly to the floor.
A coverlet is a single-layer bedding piece, while a quilt consists of a top and bottom fabric layer stitched around a warm layer of batting.
A coverlet is a lightweight blanket without fill, while a comforter or duvet insert is a shell filled with down or down alternative for a warmer, lofty bedding piece.