5 BOTTOM OF BED STYLES | RESOURCE

There are many choices when choosing a cover for the box spring covers. Continue scrolling to read and view our different styles!

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Continuous wrap:

wraps around all sides of the box spring and does not typically have any features (pleats, folds, etc.) lengths vary from 1” past box spring length to ½” off the floor.

Tailored:

pleated with either two pleats (at floor corners) or five pleats (foot corners and middle pleats on 3 sides) this common style typically drops to ½” off the floor.

Quilted:

creating an upholstered wrap the bottom of bed, quilting decorative fabrics for bed-skirts or box spring covers adds an additional unique element, typically using 2” vertical channels.

Shirred:

also referred to as gathered, this style gains its distinct look from the ‘fullness’ of ruffled fabric that runs continuously around the edge of the bed. There are no pleats, simply gathered fabric at 200% fullness.

box pleated:

the drop fabric is finished with box pleats spaced every 6”, or as specified.