No, not a chance. Too much trouble.
I do, but I visited a friend a few years ago who placed the pillows with their cases on on the bed and put the shams on top. You really could not tell. If there is a lazy way out of anything, I want to know about it!
Nope. Don’t even make the bed every day. //gasp! I know, but it’s not a water bed, so there is no heat escaping, no one goes in the room, but me and my husband, and the kids occasionally, and I hate having the blankets tucked in at the end of the bed, it annoys my long feet to have them pulled down on. So I have to completely unmake the bed every night and then make it again in the morning? Nah, I’ll sleep that extra time thanks.
No shams, although I have a couple that came with a comforter somewhere…
No, I don’t make my bed either, waste of time.
Agree. And no blankets tucked in anywhere!
This is just a weird question.
It’s because I’m looking for a new bedspread/comforter/quilt/whatever. And so many come with pillow shams. And many also with extra decorative pillows. Where do put them when you go to bed? I guess you take them off at night and put them on a chair or something, then put them back on in the morning even though absolutely no one is going to see them.
What about this is new to you?
I don’t think I know anybody that actually uses pillow shams, but yet so many bed coverings come with them, I was curious as to how many people do.
That is where the term “sham” came from. Just something they put in to raise the price.
Do you use the bed skirts?
I think you’re thinking of the word “scam” in this context!
I have the shams on the bed in the guest room. When I lived by myself, that bed was the one I used, and yes, I did have the pillows on shams, and used them. It wasn’t a big deal to push them to the side when I got into bed.
I’m a fan of making the bed–but I don’t ever tuck sheets in, so it might not really count.
Yes, they go on once, don’t come off unless I redecorate. Hides the dust bunnies.