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BEDDING GUIDE

bedding component diagram

  1. 1. EURO SHAM

    The Euro Sham, often referred to as a Square Sham, is a large decorative covering finished with flanges around all four edges and a tuck flap in the back. Two large (65cm x 65cm) Euro Shams are typically placed at the back of the bed behind the shams and sets the backdrop for the bed. Euro Shams are sold individually and are designed to fit with our Euro pillow fillers.
    Style Tip: The smaller size (50cm x 50cm) is often placed as an accent piece at the front of the bed.

  2. 2. SHAM

    A decorative pillow covering with flanges around all four edges and tuck flap in the back. Available in standard (used for queen bedding) and king sizes.
    Style Tip: Traditionally ornamental in the US, these can also serve as pillowcases, which is commonly done in Europe.

  3. 3. Pillowcase

    A functional pillow covering with an opening on one side to easily insert and remove pillow and used for sleeping pillows. Frette Pillowcases are available in standard (used for our standard and queen pillow fillers) and king sizes.
    Style Tip: Most Pillowcases are sold individually, however, Hotel Classic Collection and Single Ajour Collection pillowcases are sold two per package and are a quick and easy way to refresh your bed linens.

  4. 4. Decorative Pillow

    A Decorative Pillow, also referred to as a Cushion, is a square pillow with a button, flap or zip closure and without flanges around the edges. The Decorative Pillow often sits as the centerpiece of the bed.
    Style Tip: Adorn the front of your bed with the smaller size (50cm x 50cm) Decorative Pillow for a pop of colour or pattern to your bed or use as an accent piece in any room of your home.

  5. 5. Sheet Set

    A bed linen ensemble consisting of bottom sheet, top sheet and either two shams or pillowcases. Bottom Sheets come fitted (unless otherwise noted) with elasticized corners for a snug fit around the mattress. Top Sheets are flat sheets that are placed on top of your fitted sheet and beneath your duvet cover and/or light quilt.
    Style Tip: Although most Sheet Sets come with shams that match the top and bottom sheet, pillowcases can be added to complete the bed. We recommend our Classic Doppio Ajour Collection pillowcases in white and ivory because they will always pair back to any sheet set.

  6. 6. Duvet Cover

    Enveloping the comforter/filler, the Duvet Cover is an ornamental top of the bed covering, finished with buttons for closure.
    Style Tip: Often the focal point of your bed, a Duvet Cover in an all-over jacquard brings colour and interest into the bedroom. Alternatively, if you prefer a more contemporary look, our Hotel Classic Duvet Cover offers timeless appeal perfect for the modern home.

  7. 7. Light Quilt

    The lightest layer on the bed the Light Quilt is fashioned in embroidered cotton or mixed silk jacquard, providing decorative texture, warmth and comfort. Due to their intricate craftsmanship and lustrous fibres, our Light Quilts are often our most treasured pieces. Available in king (unless otherwise noted) the Light Quilt is a versatile piece that fits both king and queen beds.
    Style Tip: Light Quilts add a hint of opulence to the bedding ensemble. In warmer climates, these precious pieces can take the place of heavier duvets.

  8. 8. Bedspread

    Layered underneath the duvet cover and also known as a coverlet, the Bedspread, rests over the top sheet and reaches to the floor. The Bedspread is often used as the sleeping blanket if the duvet is turned down for the night.
    Style Tip: Choose a contrasting colour that coordinates back to your duvet cover and fold the duvet cover three-quarters of the way down on the bed to showcase the piece and create an enchanting layered effect.