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New Spring Bedding Designs for 2013

‘Tis the season for spring bedding! Why not freshen up your home with today’s newest patterns and styles? What’s hot this season? Soothing blues, bold reds and oranges, as well as a hint of mustard yellow. From florals to ikats and abstract designs, spring bedding for 2013 is fresh, modern and ready to bring home.

Whether you switch out your bedding every few months or you’re simply looking for something new, you’ll be delighted with this season’s latest finds as you transition to spring. We’ve included amazing pictures, vivid descriptions and helpful links to purchasing information should you wish to buy one of today’s featured selections. Enjoy browsing the latest bedding below…

Floral Spring Bedding

We begin with a series of diverse florals, including the Sketch Duvet Cover + Shams in Ivory and Maple from West Elm. This pattern boasts the look of a hand-drawn sketchbook floral design, and its radiant red hue has the power to brighten any room for the new season!

Spring floral duvet cover

These Lula Embroidered Bed Linens from CB2 showcase a botanical pattern in organic cotton percale. Shades of chartreuse and green celebrate nature’s most beloved colors, and free-form embroidered detail brings the design to life:

Embroidered floral bed linens

Our next featured bedding set is the Organic Sakura Duvet Cover + Shams in Thistle from West Elm. White cherry blossom branches pop against a background of slate blue. This comfy organic cotton bedding is made in India:

Cherry blossom bedding for spring

Another powerful yet soothing white-on-blue pattern can be found on the Margot Fleur Medallion Quilt from Pottery Barn, complete with a floral medallion pattern inspired by 16th century Ottoman silks. This ornate concept is brought down to earth with the help of a soft quilted design.

Floral medallion bedding

 Ikat Bedding for Spring

Nothing says spring like a powerful ikat. For a striking contrast in color, check out the Organic Bead Print Ikat Duvet Cover + Shams in Dark Ember from West Elm. Mod meets ikat in this design, thanks to a pattern of linked beads on organic cotton. A powerful red-orange hue will wake up your space.

Ikat bead print duvet cover

Now for one of the season’s trendiest colors: mustard yellow. The Trina Turk Ikat Bedding below is available at Macy’s. An abstract design features button accents and piped edges. The set includes a comforter or duvet cover and two shams:

Mustard yellow ikat bedding

We now switch to an azure shade with the Vivian Ikat Duvet Cover & Sham in Blue from Pottery Barn. In the style of traditional ikat, this pattern on a linen/cotton blend is extra crisp when paired with white sheets and pillowcases:

Spring blue ikat bedding

Abstract Spring Bedding

Now it’s time to get abstract… Because some of this season’s best modern patterns are made of shapes and squiggles! Like the Ripple Duvet Cover + Shams from West Elm, with its ink blot-inspired circle motif. The bedding features curves on one side and a plaid design on the other for contrast.

Mustard yellow abstract spring bedding

The Talk Bed Linens from CB2 were created by Chicago-based designer Noël Ashby. Orange lines pop on a bright white background. When it comes to describing the pattern, the CB2 site does it best: “Ashby translated the rhythmic hum and pulse of conversation into an expressive abstraction of nonstop chatter, the words disappearing into a network of visual noise.” Whoa…

Vibrant orange spring bedding

Ready to get your stripe on?! These Rajika Bed Linens from CB2 feature both velvet bands and cotton stripes, as well as an alluring blend of colors like grey, mint, yellow, brown, orange and navy:

Striped bed linens for spring

We end with the Nico Collection from Serena & Lily. This Art Deco meets Chinoiserie print boasts calming colors such as grey, moss green and aqua. The pattern’s fan shapes are modern yet retro at the same time, don’t you think?!

Art Deco-style bedding for spring

Which patterns above are your favorite? Do you enjoy the peaceful calm of powder blue, the vivid radiance of reds and oranges, or the golden sunny tones of mustard yellow? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below…


Kate Simmons

Kate Simmons is a freelance writer and design blogger with a love of all things decor. She spent her childhood writing stories and working on interior design-themed DIY projects. Kate’s published writing reflects her special interest in how design has changed through the decades. Her blog Mirror80 ( http://mirror80.com/) explores the fashion and [...]

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