Explore our stylish range of bedspreads and coverlets as a part of the Adairs bed linen range. Be inspired to create a beautiful bedroom with refined tailoring and the elegant textures of each bedspreads set. Our bedspreads are available in a range of sizes from single size to king size. Our Bianca bedspreads come in an extensive range of styles and patterns to suit your personal taste or bedroom interior style. Choose from chenille bedspreads, quilted bedspread designs, cotton, linen and velvet bedspreads.
Reflect your personal style with a selection of on-trend and traditional themes such as classic jacquard, modern patterns, quilted chevron or country florals, or perhaps more contemporary neutral bedspreads and coverlets are your preferred style. Accentuate your comforter sets with matching throws, cushions and European pillows for further sophistication. From summer to winter and everything in between, Adairs have made it effortless to change up your bedroom look. Join our Linen Lovers program for free standard shipping within Australia. With one of the largest ranges of bedspreads Australia wide, you’re sure to find the perfect one. Shop our incredible range of Adairs bedspreads and coverlets online today.
Add plenty of texture, colour, and style to your bedroom in one step, with a bedspread. Covering the sides of your mattress and the legs of your bed, an Adairs comforter is the fastest and neatest way to make a bed. Check out one of the broadest ranges of comforter sets Australia wide, with all the colours and styles you need.
If you don’t sleep with a top sheet, the thread count of your bedspread is paramount – as it will be directly touching your skin. The higher the thread count, the softer and smoother your comforter will feel. If you’re intending to use a top sheet or a blanket, the thread count of your uppermost layer matters less, so you can make a choice based on style.
Perhaps the most important factor when buying bedspreads is the size. While a comforter is meant to be large, you don’t want to end up with lots of excess fabric on the floor. If you have a single, king single or double, we recommend choosing a Single/Double hybrid size, which will fit the depth of your bed. Similarly, queen and king beds look best with a Queen/King hybrid size, which will provide enough length for an on-trend folded edge. If you don’t want your top layer to cover your bed legs, opt instead for a coverlet.
While warmth isn’t the primary purpose of bedspreads, your material choice can make an impact. Comforters in rich materials like velvet and cotton will make an otherwise light layer a bit warmer. Opt for linen or a blend if you’re looking to keep your bedspreads nice and cool. We recommend going for a richly textured or patterned material to make sure your bedspread is proving plenty of style and visual interest.
In Australia, a bedspread and a comforter are the same thing. Both bedspread and comforter refer to the uppermost layer on a bed, which features light padding and is large enough to cover the pillows and sides of the bed. Bedspreads give a neat look, as they hide the sides of your mattress and the legs of your bed. Bedspreads are very light, making them the perfect choice for summer. Many people add a blanket set beneath the bedspread in winter for a breathable, warm effect. While bedspreads already feature colourful designs, you can change up your look with a different comforter cover or a throw set.
The primary purpose of bedspreads is to provide style, while the primary function of a quilt is to provide warmth. A bedspread is a lightweight top layer to a bed, that usually features a small amount of padding and quilting. The resulting layer is thin enough for use in warmer months. A bedspread is quite large, covering the whole bed including the sides – right down to the floor. A quilt will also be the top layer of a bed but instead features a thick filling, providing enough warmth for the depths of winter. A quilt set is usually plain white and requires a quilt cover for protection, colour and style. A coverlet set is ready to go, straight onto your bed, and doesn’t require an extra cover as it will already feature a pattern or colour.
In Australia, a duvet, a doona and a quilt all refer to the same things. A duvet is usually white and features plenty of filling (often down or wool) to provide enough warmth for cold nights. Duvet sets need to be paired with covers, which protect your quilt and add style and colour to your room.
Bedspreads, unlike duvets, are an all-in-one piece for your bed. Covering your entire bed, right down to the floor, bedspreads are a single layer – usually with a stylish pattern or colour on both sides. Offering little warmth, bedspreads can be layered on top of blankets in winter. Adairs bedspreads also come with pillow shams, which are the decorative covers you put in front of your linen pillowcases for a little extra style.