7 Dreamy Duvets That Will Brighten Your Bedroom
It’s the easiest and most dramatic change you can make to your bedroom vibe.
Published Sep 17, 2017 2:00 PM
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In the same way a 5-minute (time it!) decluttering session will improve your living space infinitely — just putting away the clothes on That Chair, for instance — a simple duvet update can transform a bedroom, as well. The decor equivalent of a fall jacket, an autumnal bed concept can refresh your home and provide a welcome backup when one is in the laundry — vital if you share a home with children or pets. Here, some gorgeous new ones on the market at various price points.
Linen is ideal for those who run hot, even in the cooler months. Home essentials brand Parachute launched a collaboration with fashion favorite Jenni Kayne that includes an Alpaca Throw ($399; Grey) and Linen Stripe Duvet Cover Set ($349-$369; available in two colorways, Ivory with Granite and Granite with Ivory). The Parachute X Jenni Kayne softly striped prints are subtle enough to satisfy even the most minimal purist, but add enough interest for pattern enthusiasts.
Soft, Solid Shades
New bedding brand Loomstead has many gorgeous options. The autumnal heather navy linen duvet set ($199) is ideal for autumn. A softer take on navy, this linen coverlet’s special blend keeps you cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
A bit of distressing on this linen duvet from Pom Pom At Home called the Blair gives this bedding a lived-in look while still imparting a grown-up appeal. The solid gray hue imparts a calming vibe while the bohemian touches give the look a fun feel.
For a fall-focused departure from florals that’s still within the realm of a natural motif, this Laura Ashley Pussy Willow printed duvet provides a pretty update to your bedroom decor. With a 200 thread count, its wallet-friendly price of $110 is well worth it.
Jazz It Up With Jersey
Coconut-shell buttons adorn this super-soft comforter cover ($188) from designer Coyuchi. It boasts the same fabric you know and love for your extensive tee collection. Plus, it’s just as cozy as the fall (and winter) chill sets in.
Crane & Canopy boasts a reasonably priced selection for high-quality linens. We like the graphic gravitas of this black and white look to set the tone for cooler nights. Our pick, the Linden Black Border ($119-159) hits the mark of both a bold and a simple aesthetic.
To Tie-Dye For
This tranquil-hued deep blue and white printed duvet designed by Jacqueline Maldonado ($139) boasts a summery pattern but executed in a fabulous fall color. The look is unfussy but chic and features a hidden zipper for easy removal and insert — a task with which every one of us can use a little help.