Rated 5 out of 5Â by sequoiagirl Bedskirt is very pretty!
I read other reviews before I ordered this item. Despite some negative comments, I took a chance and am glad that I did. The bedskirt is very pretty. Yes, it was in a small package and came out wrinkled - but what do customers expect? It ironed up nicely and fit the bed perfectly. And yes, the fabric could be thicker but, for the price, this bedskirt is a great deal. I searched a while before purchasing this one and the competition was a lot more expensive. I recommended this product to my sister and she is happy with hers too.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Sewcrafty Love the way it looks!
This bed skirt really finishes off the look of the bedroom. I had a very plain bed skirt before and it dragged on the floor because I have a queen-size bed with a low profile frame. Somewhere I read someone else with the same 'problem' got a full-size bed skirt and it worked. So I did the same thing and it is just perfect now! And I love the eyelet. Very happy! Thanks for the coupons, Kohl's!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Feliz2012 This bedskirt is quality sewn.
The bedskirt is very elegant. It has a old fashion country flair with an elegance - the lace eyelets have a sheen and satin look to them. The quality put into the sewing is excellent. All of the corners fit perfectly and the hems are all finished.
There was no unraveling of the hems even after a machine wash. Overall, a very
beautiful bedskirt and has an extra punch with a quilt.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by JoyMI Bedskirt is now manufactured with poor quality
There have been no reviews of this product during the past 3 years (check the dates on those glowing reviews.) Evidently they have changed the way this bedskirt is made. Although the skirt part of this bedskirt is very pretty - the platform part that rests on the top of your boxspring is a different story. It is made out of a material that melts with any amount of heat. I followed laundering directions to a tee (gentle wash cycle and low dryer heat.) The platform part of the bedskirt comes out of the dryer melted together in many places. If you let it cool, you can gently pull most of those areas apart - but some areas melt so much, you end up with holes/tears.
If I can't find a different brand that still uses 'real" fabric for the platform, I will have to buy some cotton material and sew it on in place of this stuff they used. (Adding more cost and time - argh!.)