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When it comes to decorating a house, picking out bedding is the closest you get to picking out an outfit — it’s like picking out clothes for your bed. With that analogy intact, selecting a duvet cover is like picking out a new coat. It needs to be practical, neutral, but also a clear expression of your style and personality. As the most expensive piece of your bedding set, you need to think about the durability and longevity of a duvet cover. Make sure to have some fun with it, because you will be sleeping in your bedding selection everyday. More
This contemporary duvet cover is organic in more ways than one. It has an oversized abstracted botanical print, and special attention was given to ensuring that it is eco-friendly. Most importantly it looks fantastic in bright blue or cocoa.
Jonathan Adler always knows how to scale a cool geometric print for a modern bedroom. The neutral color balances the bold print for a perfect combo.
Gray Parish Duvet Cover
For a bit of a subdued touch, consider this delicate white floral pattern for the master room. Feminine enough for her but the dark colors suit him too.
Moonflower Duvet Cover
Upgrading your bedding is one of the easiest ways to add interest to a bedroom. This 300 thread count set is just gorgeous.
The fresh palette and graphic medallion print make this duvet a dynamic neutral. Fabric-covered button closures and white piping add the finishing details.
A bold chevron pattern in a beautiful blue is soft enough for the bedroom. I wouldn't hesitate to put this in my bedroom.
Zigzag Duvet Cover, Blue
Gray goes with everything. The ikat pattern is very trendy right now, but this design is simple enough that you could add some other patterns, and it would still look great.
Ikat Ogee Duvet Cover
I am coveting this bedspread from West Elm. Every time I get a white duvet cover, it doesn't seem quite right to me. I think what has been missing is the beautiful texture in this one; the gathers give it so much character.
This decadent duvet is billowy and plush. I would implement afternoon siestas in my home with bedding as pretty as this.
This duvet cover resembles ironwork architecture and would be perfect in my guest room. The teal is fabulous.
Check out that texture! I actually just ordered this one for myself. For a great price it comes with shams and a decorative pillow.
Light Gray 'Butterflies' Bedding...
This dusk blue and white Moroccan-inspired quatrefoil printed duvet has geometric sophistication. 300-thread count luxurious cotton with finishing details of edge piping, interior corner ties and zipper enclosures.
This Jonathan Adler print would look great in an industrial bedroom loft. Geometric print? Check. Soft muted colors? Check. Contemporary yet comfy.
Hollywood Grey Duvet
This duvet cover in slate has a masculine feel and will add just the right amount of pattern to a boy's room.
Papercut Duvet Cover
Sometimes all you need is a fresh white cover to wake up a dreary bedroom. This one looks like a quilt thanks to the raised square details.
Does your nursery double as a guest room? If so, a chevron duvet cover would be really cute for your baby's room and fun for guests. Urban Outfitters has them is so many pretty colors.
Zigzag Duvet Cover
I am in love with this duvet cover. The colors and the shapes are right on. And how great does it look with that watercolor-ish pillow?
You can't think about textiles without thinking of bedding. This duvet is perfect for a boys' room or a bachelor pad. The super soft, thin stripes scream masculine to me.
Simple Fav Tee Duvet
The name of this duvet set says it all--doesn't this bedding just scream for you to get in and snuggle with someone you love? Crisp and clean in a white cotton, the textured pleats are held in place with white buttons.
You can never go wrong with classic white bedding; though I do love the opportunity to add a little color on the trim to tie together the rest of the space. This simple sheet set is offered in a variety of colors to match any space.
Pewter Border Frame Duvet
The Spring Blossom duvet from West Elm is both lovely and soothing. Watercolors and pastels are perfect together.
This beautifully tufted bed is from the Laurel bedding collection. Its deep plum coloring makes this set create a statement in your bedroom. It's made from 100% polyester polyoni and has pieced fabric sewn together to give this set dimension. It is finished with a smooth edge of fabric that creates...
Laurel Comforter Set
Ombré bedding can create a soothing effect. This blue duvet set takes you away to exotic lands with its ocean colors.
Pacific Blue Duvet Set
I love scallops. The pattern is so fun, and this color is so bright and cheery. I would put this in a kids' room and may get caught taking a nap in there every now and then.
The changing of the seasons is a great time to switch out bedding and other textiles. I love John Robshaw's collection of block-printed bedding. The colors are perfect for summer.
Go for a graphic print in a neutral and feel free to add bold color everywhere else. This set would be great for jazzing up a boring, old bed.
The Greek key motif is especially elegant on 100 percent Egyptian cotton duvet covers and shams. The tone-on-tone white is understated.
Add an extra touch of luxury to your bedroom decor with this 8 piece comforter set. This bedding ensemble showcases a beautiful light blue embroidered leaf design against a chocolate brown background. Features: -Available in Queen or King sizes. -Set includes: comforter, bed skirt, 2 shams, 2 euro...
Yellow and gray (or citron and platinum) is one of my favorite color combinations. The bold painterly strokes have a Kelly Wearstler vibe.
Kenneth Cole Reaction Home Swirl...