When dressing your bed from our lovely collection of luxury queen size bedding, it’s essential not to neglect the finishing touches. It would be like making the bed with a queen fitted sheet only, and forgetting the rest of the bedding entirely. While our delightful duvet covers and perfect pillows certainly make for a stunning design statement, the look is best completed with our dust ruffles for queen size beds.
Designing a masculine or geometric room? Our perfectly polished and pleated tailored bed skirts for queen beds will be a wonderful addition. Looking for something more light and airy, with a feminine touch? You’re going to love the soft look and feel of our ruffled sateen bed dust ruffle for queen size beds. Or maybe you’re opting for our very favorite look, the all white bed? Of course it’s best to select a white bed skirt in queen size from our wide selection of textures and fabrics.
How to Install Your Bed Skirt
When you receive your queen size bed skirt, it will come in three pieces. You’ll also receive eight L-shaped pins to affix each of the panels to the box spring of your bed, under the mattress. They are made to fit any queen size bed (60 inches by 80 inches) with a drop of up to a 22 inches.
To install your new bed skirt, lift the mattress off the box spring and set it aside, to give you access to the top of the box spring. Next, lay the shortest of the panels across the foot of the bed. If your chosen bed skirt is one of our tailored and pleated options, be sure to line up the pleats so that they’re centered properly.
Adjust the fabric to the correct length, within one inch of the floor. If you’ve chosen a ruffled bed skirt, you may prefer to drape the panels against the floor to create a sense of volume in an extra long bed skirt. Tailored skirts should never touch the floor so that they have a crisp, clean look. Our bed skirts are extra long, to accommodate up to a 22 inch drop from the top of the box springs to the floor.
Once the bottom panel has been laid out the way you like it, it can be secured with the L-shaped pins. The pins should be inserted as far as possible from the edge of the boxspring so that they won’t damage the fitted sheet when the bed is made. You can then repeat the same steps to attach the side panels, being careful to line them up properly with the bottom panel which you’ve already placed.
Our three panel construction allows you to adjust the split corners easily so that they drape correctly around your bed frame. And remember, you can always reach out to our team at firstname.lastname@example.org to help answer questions or walk you through the process of installing your new wrap around bed skirt.
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