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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    I don't think that's too much to spend if you love it and it's personally affordable to you.

    I generally spend less than $100.
    Usually I try to buy them at an outlet - like Sheridan - for about $60-80.
    I can afford it but am always so reluctant to spend money unnecessarily. I just wish I stopped overthinking things before I bought them...

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    I spend around $300 plus. I like very good quality linens. They must be 100% cotton and 1000 thread count. I'm totally a linen snob!!
    I recently got DD some 100% cotton doona covers (doubles) marked down from $150 to $30 from House online.

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    Hi everyone...I use to spend a lot of money on bedding ...quilt covers but now I don't. I had a Sheridan white cover over 300 it didnt wash well .Logan and Mason 140 not much better in waffle. I tried Kmart 40 waffle and it is better ...last year I bought a crinkle...duvet ..from Lincraft...no need to iron such a good idea ..was 140 on sale for 80...it is amazing.

    I think look at the packaging open it up and feel fabric. It is better to spend less and refresh the look more frequently. You get tired of the material or print or it looks tired after awhile. Target have some lively designs too..I was lucky this year got a beautiful grey and white one 80 down to 15...cotton.

    I also have 5 bedrooms so need to dress 4 beds so it's costly as s I like to buy 4 of the same so it all looks nice...plus I buy a lovely blanket or throw for the end of the bed.

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    I usually spend around $200 but I loved one in target about 2 months ago that was on sale for $30. Has now been my fav cover I've had, feels so nice to sleep with

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    I would say my limit is $300 but I would rarely spend that much. I just go with what I love. At the moment, we have a white one that cost a bit from adairs, but I have a $50 IKEA comforter sitting over the top. I am constantly changing things up so less works better for me.

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    I generally spend less as we have a large variety of quilt covers (about 12) for our bed and then more for the spare beds so can't justify the huge cost when we swap them up so often.

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    Default How much do you spend on a quilt cover?

    I generally use a quilt cover (on my own bed) every day for 2ish years so spend whatever is required to get the exact one I want. So no skimping. In saying that if the perfect one was $30 then yay!! But usually spend $200-$300.

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    Latest quilt was $250 less 40% off at adairs. Good quality bedlinen is a must and sheets to match where $200 less 40%

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    You can NEVER spend enough on good quality manchester.
    You spend 1/3 of your life in bed.
    Make it beautiful and comfortable.

    I'm a big fan of adairs, they are quality.

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    My tie dye ones cost me $210 each for Queen size plus 2 pillowcases. They are hand dyed and are well worth it they are 1000 thread count Egyptian cotton. One set I have owned since January 2014 and I have had no pilling or anything and they are still vibrant as ever.


 

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