What Is the Difference Between a Standard King Size Bedspread & a California King?

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There is more than one difference between a standard king size bedspread and a California King. To begin with, California King size bedspreads are greater in length but less in width than the standard variety. California King size bedspreads would be used in master bedrooms or for rather tall people; the standard variety would typically only be used in master bedrooms.
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