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Bedding is arguably the most important feature of a bedroom. It serves to give the room a feeling of luxury, comfort and style. At bedbathstore.com, we understand how important bedding is to create the look of your room and we've worked hard to choose a premium selection of comforter sets from some of the top bedding designers for our collection.

Our carefully chosen bedding lines include selections from Ashley McBride Bedding, Bergman Bedding, Croscill Bedding, Jenny George Bedding, Kathy Ireland Bedding, Karin Maki Bedding, Lawrence Home Bedding, Nygard Home Bedding, Rose Tree Bedding, S. Lichtenberg Bedding, Sherry Kline Bedding, Southern Textile Bedding, Triangle Home Fashions Bedding, Veratex Comforter Sets, Victor Mill Bedding and Wooded River Bedding.

The assortment of designs, fabrics and colors in our designer collection of bedding ensures you'll love your new bedding. You'll find a variety of sizes available in the different designer lines, as well as special sizing including Twin X-long and California King. Items included vary with each set but generally include the comforter and shams. Many feature bed skirts and sheet sets as well. Additionally, many sets have accessories available for purchase, including euro shams, drapes, valances and accent pillows to complete your look.

Buying an upscale designer bedding or comforter set has many advantages, including attaining a high-end look, high quality of materials and current trends in color and design.

Designer Bedding Buying Guide for help in choosing the right comforter set for your room. WHY BUY A DESIGNER COMFORTER SET

You’re making over your bedroom and need a comforter to complete your look. Do you shop around for the perfect one, even if it costs a bit more? A designer comforter has several advantages, especially if you are trying to create a chic look in your room. Why go designer?

  • You Want a High-End Look
    If you want your bedroom to look like you hired an interior decorator, designer is for you. Designers add their touch to every design with their name on it, allowing you to create a professional look easily.

  • You Want Quality
    Along with the high-end look comes high-end quality. The materials used to make a designer comforter should be of excellent quality. This will make for a comforter that’s softer and more durable than lower-priced options. Durability ensures that you will get your money’s worth out of your purchase.

  • You Want the Latest Colors and Patterns
    Designers set the trends, even in bedding. If you are looking for this season’s “it” color or theme, chances are you can find it in a designer comforter.

  • You Want a Particular Style
    Instead of looking for a comforter that imitates a certain designer’s work, why not go for something from that designer? You can save yourself a lot of time and effort by going straight to the source of the look you want.

    Look for white and clearance sales. They can help make a designer comforter fit within your budget.


    Muted, soothing colors may seem ideal for the bedroom, but what if you crave something a little more daring? The most important thing to remember when making over your sleeping space is that it's your room and should be pleasing to you. Using a color because it’s “in” or trendy and not because you love it will leave you with a bedroom that you may not be comfortable in. On the other hand, if you love a particular color that may not necessarily be all the rage, don’t be afraid to use it! Your bedroom should reflect your personal style.

    If you know you want bold color but aren’t sure how to translate that into a harmonious look, start with your bedding. Choose a Veratex comforter set that you love and take your cues from it. These bedding sets come with a color-coordinated comforter, bedskirt and pillow shams. Use these as your inspiration. If your comforter has chocolate brown accents with bright blue, use the blue on your walls and pick up the chocolate brown in wall art, furnishings and accent pieces. If the bedding you choose has deep jewel tones, you could go bold and use one as your wall color or find a lighter shade of the same color to use as your base. You could echo the stripes on the pillows in a border or pick up those colors in wall coverings and area rugs. With a little imagination, you’ll get the right look for you.

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