Our bedrooms are our sanctuaries, so it only makes sense to fill this relaxing space with exquisite things, like luxury bedding, for one, that is soft and inviting.
Whether you go with an embellished duvet or incorporate detail with throw pillows, your bed is the focal point of the bedroom, so it's important to consider how you want to design your bedroom. We live with the mantra that you sleep better when you love the space you're in. Now, don't overlook the foundations that make your bedroom comfortable like the best mattress or the best pillows, but the following picks are sure to add some luxurious oomph to the space you start and end your days.
1. Transform your space with the loveliest duvet covers
Whether your style is sleek and understated, or textured and ornate, the bedding you choose sets the tone and mood of your bedroom.
Blue, white, and florals never go out of style, especially when paired with specialty Schumacher prints on fine Egyptian cotton.
2. And don't forget a fresh comforter insert
A good comforter should last you years, and with this in mind, it's something that is truly worth splurging on. But, if you find yourself overheating, not warm enough, or your once fluffy and full comforter is clumpy or flat, it's time to Prioritize responsibly sourced down if you can't resist the rich properties of down, though today's down alternatives can feel just as luxe and well-suite to those with allergies. Or, consider alternative comforters made of silk, wool, or other natural materials.
Filled with responsibly sourced down that is washed with eco-friendly, Bluesign certified detergent, Boll & Branch's baffle-box insert is available in three fill weights, according to your preferences.
3. Or welcome warmer weather with a quilt or coverlet
If you live in a warmer climate, a sturdy quilt or coverlet might be all you desire to give your room a breezy feel, but they also make a great layering piece if you're after an extremely full bed.
This gorgeous hand-stitched quilt has extra detail along the tree, and reverses to a stripe back. It's truly a work of art, for your bed, in plum or blue.
4. Make easy updates with throw pillows
Handmade by a collective of artisans in Peru, this lumbar pillow adds texture and coziness to your bed with Peruvian alpaca and highland wool.
5. Layer up with throw blankets, too
It seems we find ourselves collecting amassing a selection of the best throw blankets, which makes it so easy to place around the house, arrange in different ways and swap out with ease. Drape a throw over your bed for added dimension and easy reach for chilly nights. From natural textiles like cotton and alpaca to indulgent faux fur and sherpa, can you really go wrong in your decisions?
This lightweight and scrumptiously soft cotton throw with a herringbone weave and fringe is available in several colors.
6. Crisp new sheets will revive your bed
We equate the best sheets to that old quote about shoes: If they fit, you're going to want to buy them in every color. Applying this same principle to bedding, if the sheets feel great against your skin, buy multiple sets. Whether you're after a cool and crisp or soft and cozy feel, these sets are sure to impress.
Like butter is the way to describe Peacock Alley's Virtuoso sheets, with a 600-thread count of extra-long-staple cotton for a smooth feel.
Jaclyn is an eCommerce editor at Future Home Interest, where she oversees sleep content including mattresses and bedding– in fact, she has passed our five-step certification process to become a verified customer advisor on mattresses. She regularly scouts out the best of the best for buying guides to help you fill your home with only the best. She joined the team in January 2021. She has previously worked with Apartment Therapy, The Kitchn, The Spruce, The Spruce Eats, and MyDomaine. When Jaclyn's not working, she loves browsing real estate listings, unwinding with a chilled glass of Rosé, and entertaining her Cavapoo puppy, Reese.
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