There are different types of bed in a bag sets that offer various kinds of ensemble. Like for instance, a twin bed in a bag set typically includes fewer pieces than a queen set obviously because of size reasons. A king set normally includes more items in the bag than any other size. For instance, a queen set in one style might include a comforter, fitted sheet, flat sheet, pillow case, sham and bed skirt, while the king set of the same style might include a second pillow case and sham.
Some of the largest sets, regardless of whether or not they include a sheet set, include additional items such as European shams, decorative pillows and even curtains. Some bed in a bag offer vacuum packed mattresses, thus this completes the whole set of bed in a bag ensemble.
There are themed bed in a bag sets for themed bedrooms. They come in various themes; beach/nautical theme, horse themes, cabin themes etc. So, choose which theme suits best with or complements your bedroom.
Bed in a bag and comforter sets are completely different. While comforter sets only includes two decorative pillow shams and a comforter, a bed in a bag set comprises of everything, except the bed mattress. Although bed in a bag may appear as a time and effort saving boon, they too have some cons against them. One of the cons of choosing a bed in a bag ensemble is that you might have to compromise on the quality. Take for example comforters, from bed in a bag ensemble can get flat and lumpy with due course of time. So, don’t get confused with these two.
Some of the popular large retail stores that sell bed in a bag include IKEA, Bed Bath & Beyond, Home Depot and at prices starting from $50 and higher.
You can compare bed in a bag sets online on e-commerce websites based on brands and your budget. Order online and get them delivered at your doorstep, or check them out first hand at retail stores and check and compare them yourself for quality and pick the best out of the lot.