1) Place a bed skirt between the box spring and mattress to hide the frame. Center the bed skirt on the box spring so that the edges of the skirt lay flat. The bed skirt should be long enough to just lightly touch the floor.
*Bed skirts come in various lengths. Measure from the floor to the highest point of the container spring to figure out what length you really want.
*Pick a bed skirt that matches the shade of your sheets or supplements the variety plot in your room.
*For a classic, feminine look, utilize an ruffled or accumulated bed skirt. For a smooth, present day feel, pick a custom fitted bed skirt.
*A bed skirt is likewise some of the time called a bed ruffel or a valance.
2) Cover the mattress with a mattress pad if you want to protect it. Most mattress pads are waterproof, so they keep any spills or stains from seeping through onto the mattress itself. Pull the pad tight across the 4 corners of the bed.
*Mattress pads are sold according to the size of your bed. If you have a Queen Size bed, you'll need a queen size mattress pad.
*Some mattress pads also provide extra cushioning. Look for one that’s labeled as "pillow-top," "memory foam," or "extra plush."
*If your mattress pad gets stained, simply peel it off the bed and toss it in the laundry.
3) Stretch the fitted sheet over the 4 corners of the bedding. Pull the fitted sheet taut, so it lies smooth against the bedding.Ensure the flexible edges are tucked as far as possible under the bedding with the goal that they don't ride up or come unraveled.
*In the event that you have a tall mattress, similar to one with a cushion top, a profound fitted sheet will cover the sleeping pad better.
*Most sheet sets accompany a fitted sheet. In any case, you can likewise utilize a flat sheet. Essentially fold it firmly around the bedding.
4) Center the flat sheet on the bed, fixing up the top edge with the sleeping cushion. There ought to be an equivalent measure of sheets balancing off each side of the bed.Assuming one side is longer, tenderly force the sheet on the more limited side to even them out.
*Make sure that the top edge of the sheet is as yet lined up with the top edge of the sleeping cushion after you make any changes. In the event that the sheet is folded or has wrinkles from being collapsed, iron the sheet prior to setting it on the bed.
*Put sheets that have an example on the bed with the example overcoming. Like that, when you crease it back over the cover, the example will show.
5) Place the blanket or comforter so the base and sides are lined up with the bedsheet. In a perfect world, the sweeping will cover the whole sheet. In any case, the main segments to arrange are the base and sides, so it's OK in the event that there's a hole at the top of the bed.
You want sufficient overhang to have the option to fold the blanket safely under the sleeping cushion.
6) Make hospital corners with the blanket and the sheet on all 4 corners. Taut corners are the key to a beautifully-made bed. Pull the sheet on 1 of the corners up, and tuck the hanging triangle-shaped piece under the mattress. Then fold the loose top section that you’re holding at a 45-degree angle and tuck it tightly under, too.
*Repeat the same folds in all of the corners.
*If it’s too bulky to try to tuck the sheet and the blanket together, fold each layer separately.
*If one of the long sides of your bed is pressed up against the wall, move it when you're making your bed so you can properly tuck your sheets.
7) Overlay the bedsheet and cover down around 18 in (46 cm) at the highest point of the bed. This gives space to the cushions to sit. Keep the 2 layers intact as you pull them back to lie flat.
Assuming you have more modest cushions, you may just have to overlay the bedsheet and cover down 12 inches (30 cm).
Do this prior to putting the pillows on the bed.