As the autumn leaves continue to fall, it’s tempting to bring the earthy colors of nature indoors. One easy way to update your interior for this chilly season: switch out your bedding! Fall holidays and gatherings bring company to your home, and there’s no better way to welcome guests than with a duvet cover in the shades of autumn. Once the company leaves, you’ll continue to enjoy the vibrant colors of your new purchase.
Today we’ve rounded up 12 beautiful bedding options for fall, including selections that are perfect for transitioning into the upcoming winter months. From rich tones of rust and gold to bold geometrics in unforgettable patterns, we’ve got you covered. No pun intended…
We begin with one of today’s biggest textile trends… tribal designs!
The Flint Jasper Duvet from Serena & Lily evokes Native American motifs in the shades of fall.
Duvets with Borders
Sometimes a bold outline is all it takes! The Coral Border Frame Duvet from Serena & Lily features crisp white bedding with a vivid red-orange border to define each corner and edge. A hint of fall is present in each powerful line, yet the fresh look of this duvet is perfect for all seasons.
Like the border look? Try a thicker outline with the Modern Border Tangerine Duvet Set from Dwell Studio. This hotel-style bedding will keep you comfy with its 400 thread count cotton!
Bedding Featuring Rich, Earthy Tones
Another popular pattern of today? The chevron! Except rather than being overly crisp, chevron zig-zags are now veering into blurry, gradient-evoking territory for a new spin on the design. For example, the Textured Atlas Duvet Cover + Shams in Cinnamon from West Elm offers an ombre-style take on this classic geometric pattern.
Like the deep, rich tones of the bedding above? Our next selection is just as enticing, thanks to horizontal stripes in shades of the autumn sunset. The Sedona Bed Linens from Crate & Barrel feature hand-guided embroidery for added texture.
Oh how we love ikat! Especially when it’s featured in shades of rich yellow, grey and blue! The 100% cotton Organic Winter Ikat Duvet Cover from West Elm is adapted from a watercolor design, and the delicate artistry definitely shows…
Handcrafted suzanis are traditional textiles that brides create for their trousseaus. And they’re exactly what inspired the Morena Suzani Embroidered Duvet Cover & Shams from Pottery Barn, with its irresistible blooms and vines.
Want to make one BIG statement that will capture the wonder of a modern safari? Live large with the King Elephant Duvet Cover from Thomas Paul. This hand silk screened selection is finished with piped edging for a colorful contrast.
Bedding with Stripes and Rectangles
We now celebrate the appeal of horizontal lines by spotlighting the Chinoiserie Duvet Set from Dwell Studio. Inspired by the beloved American designer Dorothy Draper (who had an affinity for stripes), this bedding is classic and chic. The mustard border pays homage to one of fall’s most famous tones, while crisp stripes make this duvet ideal for any season, including summer!
We now move from stripes to rectangles with the modern abstract bedding below. Bring on the red and orange! These shades are nicely calmed by neutral forms in colors like grey and mauve. Yes, the Donovan Bed Linens from Crate & Barrel are a wonderful display of color and Mid-Century modern style!
We couldn’t end this post without looking ahead to the holidays, could we? Why not purchase bedding that can transition to winter? The geometric Grace Bedding from Z Gallerie features a lattice pattern in icy blue and golden taupe. Accessorize with a fall pillow or a bedside bowl of glistening ornaments!
Our last pattern includes another gold-toned hue, this time in combination with cool grey (with touches of white and black mixed in to make the pattern pop). The Icon Bedding in Citrus & Grey from Z Gallerie is perfect for fall, or for accentuating the metallic festivity of the winter holidays!
Not sure you want to get an entirely new set of bedding for autumn? Try buying a couple of pillow shams, or set of sheets in fall colors. Sometimes all it takes is one accent to celebrate the new season. As you can see, today’s most popular patterns come in a range of colors. Happy shopping!