dust ruffle


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dust ruffle

n.
A gathered or pleated strip of cloth reaching from the bottom of a mattress or box spring to the floor.
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This service should include: the topping and dust ruffle of buffet tables, fabrics towels The glasses glasses and plates including the establishment and service buffet.
The others are Tariz, which offers white florals on an earth-tone palette made in organic cotton linen with an origami linen dust ruffle and shams; and Blue Avaline, which encompasses paisley quilts in pink, blue and green, along with an embroidered butterfly design on cotton linens, traditionspamelakline.
5) TATTOOS Sports at least one as a testament to his manliness, despite his aversion to pain or matching Martha Stewart duvet cover and dust ruffle.
Add in a quilted mattress pad to intervene between sleeper and rubberized mattress, a dust ruffle to make it prettier, and the fact that standard bedding fits precisely, and you've got a perfect solution to putting up extra guests once the couch and/or spare bedroom are booked.
My room in the original building (there have been three major additions over the years) had tasteful green accents in the carpet, the draperies, the dust ruffle and the tile around the fireplace.
A metallic silver dust ruffle adds an element of fun, while two blush-colored acrylic chairs provide a modern flair.
There's a comforter, pillow sham, dust ruffle and sheet set, priced from $49.
In the photo: "Whisper Linen" chocolate, queen dust ruffle, $365.