BOTTOM OF BED | FEATURES

The bottom of the bed seems like a trivial detail, but it is highly important to maintain a satisfying experience for guests. Below are five types of box spring covers to reach varying needs.

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head cap

Production detailed to minimize movement/shifting ensuring tight fit over box spring. This 6” feature is cost efficient and highly effective.

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Elastic Hugger

An interior “fitted sheet” utilizing continuous elastic to minimize movement and secure to box spring. Not visible to guests. This is an internal component only.

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Continuous Elastic

Elastic is sewn into the bottom edge all around the box spring cover, therefore making it ‘continuous’ on all sides of the drop.

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Elastic in Corners

To prevent puckering or gathering of decorative fabric, we will often use elastic in corners only. A 12” piece of elastic is added to the corner (6” on either side of the seam).

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Lining

This extra layer of poly/cotton fabric may be used to add weight and fullness to the overall aesthetic.