What is a quilt used for?
Quilts are most commonly used for adding charm and warmth to the bed, but we've also discovered several other practical and decorative ways to display quilts in your home. The history of quilts traces back to before European settlers arrived in the New World; many used quilted fabrics for bedding, clothing, and more. Quilts often consist of a fabric “sandwich”—decorative top and bottom layers with filler in the middle.
Our primitive quilts come in many designs, from star and floral patterns to traditional patchwork block designs. Those who want to embrace the primitive lifestyle can transform their bedrooms into warm, comforting spaces that create feelings of peace and tranquility. Adding a primitive bed quilt to your bedroom or guest room can create a farmhouse feel with ease.
Customers can find country primitive quilts and log cabin patchwork quilts consisting of buffalo check designs, stripes, and vintage floral prints. Each of our quilt types is alphabetically categorized and allows for sorting by best-selling and price, or by color and pattern. Refresh your space with our primitive bed quilts today.
Feel free to contact us if you want to know more about our high-quality primitive quilts.
Susan from Ohio says: "Before starting the bedroom remodeling project I purchased my favorite quilt and created around that. I couldn't be happier with my choice. The Kettle Grove quilt and accessories turned my bedroom into something right out of a country magazine. The quality and price can't be beat."