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Neutrals are my thing, and this geometric embroidery stripe duvet cover has my heart going pitter-patter.
Upgrading your bedding is one of the easiest ways to add interest to a bedroom. This 300 thread count set is just gorgeous.
Inspired by a favorite pair of PJs, this airy duvet from Coyuchi (finished with coconut shell buttons!) is perfect for beach house guest rooms. I love the hint of a menswear feel, too.
From afar, this duvet cover looks like a simple black cover with a white pattern. But closer inspection reveals a multitude of constellations to learn and trace at night before falling asleep.
This pattern is sure to wake you up in the morning for an 8 a.m. class, and it will perfectly complement an all-white decor scheme. Plus, what's more chic than chevron?
Duvet Cover Tree
Now I know why the bed is probably the most important place in the house. Check out this duvet. Did I mention that it is made from 100% linen? Look at the crocheted edge edge detail. Give me some drawstring pants and a caftan, and I'm set.
When changing out bedding for spring, most people think of bright colors, but a black and white quilt paired with sharp white sheets puts a new spin on spring.
A simple triangle pattern in a beautiful dove gray would really go great in any bedroom, but I would probably put it in my son's room and add some crazy fun pillows.
Subdued colors and a geometric star print make this a relaxing, luxiourious yet contemporary pick for your bed.
I can't think of anything more refreshing to wake up to than this cool emerald set by Lilly Pulitzer.
Thin black stripes and thick white stripes create this monochrome, contrasting quilt cover. It's perfect for a simple bedroom.
Marek Queen Quilt Cover
This is the perfect bedding for a cabin, or pair it with equestrian details for a look to last through all seasons.
I love how simple yet funky this cover is. It would be perfect in any room and would look great with any accent pillows — florals, watercolors, you name it.
These subtle yet oversized paisleys make for a simply scrumptious duvet cover. This bedding will make your boudoir soft, comfortable, and relaxing, I promise you!
You'll be sure to have sweet dreams when you're ensconced in this crisp blue and white oversized paisley duvet cover. I'm currently coveting them for the days when I can put the heavy quilt away and lighten up my bedscape for summer.• 100% cotton oxford• Watercolor quality of the faded blue print...
I think this ombré orange duvet set is so cute. It's a good piece if you're hesitant to add color in your bedroom.
Bring the runway to your bedroom with this contemporary abstract botanical print duvet. Perhaps the ginkgo leaves will improve your memory via osmosis.
I would truly become one with nature if I slumbered under this beautiful Spring Sparrow bedding. It looks like a page out of a vintage bird-watching book!
Check out this comforter for under $25! Some of you have dorm rooms that would look great with this on your beds.
Add a bit of romance into your bedroom with this lovely ruffled duvet by India Rose. It will inspire you to go to bed, and to make it up in the morning.
Classic, casual and elegant, this bedding designed by Suzanne Kasler has a great appeal with its quatrefoil pattern. It's made in a soft linen-cotton blend with a solid reverse and button closure.
This is whimsical, right? The purple is so pretty, and the shapes on it aren't too feminine. I think it would look great in a fun master bedroom.
Watercolor and florals make a great combination. I think this would be a great cover to add to a girls' room or a guest room.
To me, this duvet is the definition of summer. Key lime stripes on soft white woven cotton feels so luxuriously resort-like, I swear I can almost feel the warm ocean breeze.
Egyptian cotton — need I say more? But really, I adore the clean lines and crisp aesthetic of the duvet and shams. Like a blank canvas, this bedding can be dressed seasonally with throws and accent pillows.
Wowza! This duvet set reminds me of Clue, with Col. Mustard and Mrs. Peacock coming together not for a murder this time, but to pool their colors into one absolutely fabulous set of bed linens.
There is nothing better than crisp white bedding. Well, except for crisp white bedding that looks somewhat squidgy. I adore this set.
Swirling dots of black on white and vice versa make up this bedding set. It would be perfect paired with a wood headboard.
Pink and orange is such a fresh color scheme for a girl's room. I love the geometric print on this one that keeps it from looking too sweet.
Hmmm, no matter how much I brainstormed, I'm quite sure I would not have come up with the idea of artichokes on my duvet cover. However, it's so cute it's genius.
A perfect stripe is essential when mixing and matching bedding. Try this duvet with a tiny-print sheet and monogrammed shams.
I like to have neutral bedding and then add color in small doses with things like throw pillows or lamps on the nightstand. This dotty duvet is just right.
Palm Beach meet Palm Springs in this vibrantly patterned duvet cover from Happy Chic master Jonathan Adler.
This is quite possibly one of our favorites! It offers a bit of masculine style with color mixed in.
Mark Bed Linens