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KING Quilts And Coverlets
Some quilts are given as gifts to mark important life events such as marriage or the birth of a child. Others are simply designed to keep you at the best temperature for deep, restorative sleep. Either way, every room in your home deserves a stylish, cozy look. Find all your bedding needs at Kohl's, including King size quilts and coverlets. And if you’re shopping for a new bed or just new bedding, be sure to check out Kohl’s Bedding Buying Guide to help you make the best purchase for your needs. We have everything you need to get a great night's sleep!
So What Exactly Is A Quilt?
A traditional quilt consists of three layers: a woven cloth top, inner batting, and a woven bottom. While the top layer fabrics are stitched together into complex patterns, the bottom layer is typically a solid piece of fabric. The batting is generally made up of wool or down. Each layer of your King quilt is thin and made from breathable fabric, therefore making a quilt a lightweight option or alternative to a weighted blanket.
What Is The Difference Between A Quilt And A Coverlet?
Traditionally, a coverlet is a small woven version of a bedspread, while a quilt is made up of pieces of fabric sewn together. The terms are often loosely applied, and might not strictly refer to woven or patchwork bedding. Generally, a coverlet is thin like a blanket, but used on top of the bed like a bedspread. Instead of reaching to the floor and covering the pillows, a coverlet only cloaks the mattress. It is often paired with a dust ruffle or used as a decorative item and not necessarily for warmth.
A more substantial quilt is a bed covering with a sewn pattern on the top, even if it is not made up of many pieces of fabric. A quilt is usually about the same size or slightly larger than a coverlet, but is thicker and warmer and used for warmth. A coverlet may also be quilted on top with a stitched pattern, but that does not make it a quilt.
In addition to the size, it’s important to understand the type of filling in a quilt. Do you prefer lighter covers? Are you a hot or cold sleeper? It all comes down to your personal choice and preferences. If you have allergies or asthma, that should also be taken into consideration. Let’s take a look at a few different types of quilt fillings:
With a lofty and plump style that looks great on beds, microfiber quilts are a great alternative to natural fill quilts. Not only are they suitable for cold sleepers, but they’re also extremely durable and easy to care for.
Cotton is a natural, breathable fiber that works best for hot sleepers. Renowned for its comfort, you’re sure to enjoy a full night’s rest.
Soft and cozy, this type of fabric is breathable and helps regulate your body temperature. So, when you need to stay warm during the winter or cool in the summertime, wool is an excellent choice for all sleepers. It’s also naturally hypoallergenic, making it suitable for those with allergies and asthma.
When you shop Kohl’s, don't forget to explore sheet sets, duvet covers, down and down-alternative comforters and throws while you're here. With throw pillows, kids' character bedding sets, mattress pads, protectors and other mattress accessories, your whole family is sure to enjoy their best night's sleep. Kohl's also has quilts and bedding from brands you love like Eddie Bauer and Laura Ashley Lifestyles. Find coverlets for the kids' rooms or for that guest bedroom you've been thinking about redecorating for so long. Shop Kohl's for all your bedding needs, and rest assured you'll be comfy all night long!