When fall rolls in bringing cooler weather, it’s time to pull out your warmer bedding. Take your fall and winter bedding to the next level by adding some new items from this roundup of the seven latest fall bedding ideas and trends.
1. Velvet bedding
A rich blue velvet, complemented by platinum metallics warm up a space in time for fall. Image: Elms Interior Design
Pale grey velvet pillows and duvet cover work well with existing bedding in nearly any color. Image: ORA Studio
Layers of crushed and printed velvets on the headboard, throw pillows and blanket add a warm, luxurious look to this contemporary bedroom. Image: Nicola Holden Designs
The fall fashion runways featured quite a bit of velvet clothing and accessories. What better place to add the velvet trend than at the place you spend eight hours per night? Velvet is soft, plush, warm and inviting. A duvet, some decorative pillows or a throw blanket in a rich color adds a touch of cozy fall style to your bed.
Here are our favorite Velvet bedding and accessories to add to your bedroom:
3. Velvet Quilt
6. Velvet Drape
2. Cable knit bedding ideas
A soft and oversized cable knit blanket in an oatmeal color warms up this bedroom. The velvet pillows in a warm rust color adds to the modern feel of the bed. Image: Alphapex
A cable knit throw blanket runs along the end of the bed and some cable knit floor cushions give this bedroom a cool vibe. Image: Reed Design Group
Add some extra personality to your bed with a chunky, cable knit blanket. Image: Tailored Space Interiors
One of the freshest fall bedding ideas is the use of the cable knit texture. It gives a contemporary bedroom some whimsical and vintage personality, while keeping you warm and cozy this fall. You don’t need a lot to get the look; simply add a cable knit blanket or throw pillow to your bed.
Is there anything more cozy than cable knit? Here are our favorite cable knit products for your bedroom:
3. Down bedding
Layers of down bedding, covered in high thread count covers, create a fluffy yet warm bed for fall. Image: AAA Development
A heavyweight down comforter keeps you warm even in the coldest nights. Matching square Euro shams and a down bolster pillow add to the cloud-like luxury. Image: Studio Thayer
Feathers and down are the warmest bedding options because they hold heat so well. Light and fluffy, they also add a cloud-like feel to your bed.
To create a dreamy bed for fall, start with a featherbed underneath your fitted sheet. Then add a down comforter of the weight of your choice, depending on how cold it gets. There are many options of down pillows and bolsters you can also choose. Cover all with stylish pillow and duvet covers that can be switched out as you need.
If you’re allergic to feathers, there are down bedding alternatives that replicate the feel without the feathers.
Some of our fluffiest and coziest down and down-alternative accessories are highlighted below:
- Goose All Season Down Alternative
- Feather Pillow Inserts
4. Quilted fall bedding
Add a quilt and a couple of quilted pillows to update your bed for fall. Image: Webb & Brown-Neaves
Layer quilted blankets and throws on your bed in different textures and colors to create a bed you won’t want to get out of. Image: John Lewis
The quilted pattern of the blanket is repeated in the throw pillows and tufted headboard to create a cool, mid-century style bed. Image: La Cantina Doors
When shopping for quilted bedding, mix and match the set in two contrasting colors for a signature look. Image: John Lewis
A geometric pattern is repeated throughout the bed, pillows and headboard. Image: FiyPa Architecture
One of the best ways to give your bed a warm and contemporary look for fall is by adding quilted …read more