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Model #82203.3FQSET

Woodland Retreat 3-Piece Tan Full/Queen Quilt Set

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Specifications

Details

Bedding Material
Cotton
Care Instructions
Machine Wash
Color
Tan
Color Family
Beige
Decor Type
Bedroom Linen
Decorative Accents
No Decorative Accents
Features
Reversible
Fill Material
Cotton
Lifestage
Adult
Linen Type
Quilt Set
Number of Pieces
3
Pattern Type
Floral
Returnable
180-Day
Set Includes
Sham
Size
Full/Queen
Style
Rustic
Thread Count
150

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
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Product Overview

Picture yourself in a cabin in the woods, surrounded by fragrant pines; the Woodland Retreat Mini Set takes you there. Rustic pinecones and pine branches lay atop a neutral ground, creating a bedding set reminiscent of a rich pine forest. Reverse to a brown grid design with just a flip of the quilt. This mini set includes one full/queen quilt and 2-standard shams. Coordinating bed skirt and Euro shams sold separately.

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Questions & Answers

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How do I order bed skirt euro shams

Asked by Lee June 22, 2020
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What are the dimensions in inches for the king quilt?

Asked by sue May 17, 2019
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the king quilt is 108" x 92" and the sham is 20" x 36". thanks.

Customer Reviews

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Looks good..fits good.. nice weight. Not too light.not too heavy.
Looks good..fits good.. nice weight. Not too light.not too heavy.
by Rob
This forest-inspired quilt is my first 100 percent cotton quilt from C&F Home. It's not quite as ...
This forest-inspired quilt is my first 100 percent cotton quilt from C&F Home. It's not quite as substantial in feel (soft/thick) as some of the other cotton, vermicelli-stitched quilts I own from lesser-known brands but the stitching was tight and it washed well. Buyers should note that while it is advertised as preshrunk, it is also indicated on the care tag not to machine-dry the quilt. Since my no-name quilts indicated that they, too, are preshrunk — but also possible to machine dry on low — C&F Home's care instructions are at odds with the advertising (preshrunk cotton). It's likely that line drying is recommended to avoid fading, which cotton is prone to doing in a dryer, but just the same it was disappointing to note that machine drying is not recommended. (I've since bought a C&F cotton throw and the care instructions are identical so I'm guessing that machine-drying is not recommended for any of their 100 percent cotton products.) Although I am happy with the pinecone print, I am in the predicament a lot of Queen bed owners are insofar as I had to decide between buying the correct size (which could run short) vs. oversize (King). I went with King on the assumption that it will shrink some — which it did slightly because I went ahead and machine-dried it — but I still had trouble with the fit. On my sleigh bed, which sits high off the floor, the 108" quilt drop overshot the rails (workable but long). Rotating the quilt — which this pattern thankfully allows for — meant that the 92" length, when turned 180 degrees, was too short (failed to conceal the box spring). I ended up using this quilt on a lower-to-the-floor guest bed, which sits on a half height foundation. This allowed the 92" length to work as the side-to-side measurement (width), with the excess folded back at the head of the bed. Unfortunately, buying a King for a Queen bed also meant I was stuck with King shams, and while some manufacturers offer matching shams separately this pattern does not. Since I mix-and-match bedding, this wasn't a deal breaker for me but I sure do wish bedding manufacturers would get the message: 1) Stop combining Full/Queen bedding; 2) Cut your Queen bedding 94Wx92L instead of 92"x90" so that Queen bed owners don't have to roll the dice on fit! On a final note, I will comment on the color of the quilt, which seems to be the main source of confusion about this Woodland Retreat pattern. The background color is what I would consider to be a traditional khaki. As a point of comparison, you can see two linen-colored throw pillows on either side of the King-size sham in my review photo. When compared to the throw pillows, this quilt does appear greenish-yellow — i.e. khaki. Still, I wouldn't go so far as to describe it as a mustard shade. Chances are, if you have a lodge- or cabin-theme going it's going to fit right in. That said, all color is relative to its surroundings. If the surrounding walls are beige or tan — without any green or yellow undertones to tie the paint color into this quilt — the results may clash. Since my walls are green-hued to begin with, it wasn't an issue.
by NewsView
Decided not to use the product....
Decided not to use the product.
by HomeDepotCustomer
High quality product and quick delivery....
High quality product and quick delivery.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Very nice quality. Price was good. Looks wonderful.
Very nice quality. Price was good. Looks wonderful.
by Cat
Love my bed spread. It is made well and I...
Love my bed spread. It is made well and I love the pine and wood.
by Jackie
Picture is poor representation of this product. Print is very...
Picture is poor representation of this product. Print is very big and the background is a mustard gold, not the off white it appears to be. I was disappointed with this product.
by Beachlady
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