Bed-in-a-bag sets consist of a comforter, duvet cover or quilt along with throw pillows, bed skirts, shams and sheets. Each set usually has between 9 and 12 pieces. This is a great way to save time and money. Individually purchasing bedding pieces can get very pricey; you can get a complete look for less by buying bedding combinations.
Target and Bed Bath & Beyond have some of my favorite stylish, inexpensive sets. The combinations are made from either cotton, polyester or a blend of the two and are available in a wide array of colors and patterns. The two stores knockoff designer bedding, which can cost you all together approximately $2,000. Deal of the day!
Here are some of my top bed-in-a-bag picks: