Nope. I used to but these days I can't be bothered. I will teach my kids to do it if they are staying at someone else's house (except the day they are leaving, then strip the bed instead) but at home I don't care whether they do or not.
I give it a pull over, because the covers I have are very nice, and work well.
I fully make the bed 3 times a week so all up it always looks just fine.
I like to use a real bedspread, so it looks neat.
I prefer my bed to look neat and tidy but as I have been blessed with a messy husband, a threenager and a cat.... fat chance! So I have lowered my standards, accepted the inevitable and nowadays, if I can pull the covers straight from bottom to top before midday, I am happy.
Yes, I generally always make my bed in the morning after I walk the dogs!
I hate leaving a bed unmade and think it looks very sloppy and it would annoy me all day if it were not made!
There have been rare occasions when I did not make it however they are very rare -even when in a hurry I pull up the blankets, and if I am going to be home all day, I put extra pillows on, and I have about 7 teddy bears, which also go on!
Make the bed, tidy it up, the bed straightened up tidies the whole bedroom, The rest can look messy but if the bed is neat that transforms the bedroom, when it looks nice it is more inviting to hop in later!
Definitely, can't stand a messy bedroom. My husband died recently. I miss him so much, and decided I had to have a project or I would go mad. I did something I've always wanted to do and re-designed my bedroom in a glam, art deco style (which my husband would have laughed at, he was extremely practical). This project is almost complete and the bedroom looks amazing (at least I think so) so, yes, I shake out the doona every day as I don't want to spoil the look of the room.