Rust, terracotta, ocher and bronze are just some of the rich and cozy colors we expect to embody the best bedding for the fall. But this year, the seasonal launches are surprisingly cooler — from Parachute’s newly debuted Slate Blue to Brooklinen’s mottled navy flannel. Among the unexpected autumn hues, we also see an influx of unusual patterns and textures; dimpled waffle quilts and ruffled stripe quilts mixed with velvet and wool pillowcases. Discover our guide below to the latest and greatest of our favorite brand’s freshly released collections worth a fall bedding review.
Flowers for the fall? Tomorrow bets on it. Batik Floral, that just launched today, September 16, is the brand’s first foray into block print patterns on linen. “My intention with this collection is to bring a new sense of depth with pieces that feel fresh but are also rooted in the same heirloom quality,” said Stephanie Clear, creative director and co-founder — a sense to be achieved through the layers on top of each other. vintage-inspired textiles with striped or textured duvets in Willow, a warm hazel and neutral ecru. “Our new duvets should feel like they’re part of your home forever.”
For those not so hot — or, for those with incredibly drafty bedrooms — the fresher fall weather offers the opportunity to wrap your bed (and your body) in soft washcloths. Brooklinen’s new cooler flannel colorways are a happy medium for both scenarios, as it’s made to be more breathable without sacrificing coziness. We take a cue from the brand and combine the green checkered comforter with the speckled blue sheet set.
It’s Gingham galore at Coyuchi – we’re obsessed with everything from the classic checkered pattern to the patchwork version. For the latter, we love how the bottom of both the Ashbury and the seascape are decorated with a neutral bottom for easy styling, so all you have to do is fold the corners for a clean look. Plus, you can’t go wrong with any new color 300 thread count percale sheets; they all look like they were pulled straight from these top layers.
Our deputy editor-in-chief Julie Vadnal has already swapped out her summer bedroom setup with Blu Dot’s Cascade Duvet Set in Loden Green, part of the brand’s first bedding collection. But it’s not the only texture offering — there’s one too ruffled blanket together with a popple duvet cover. And, quilting stitches In abundance. Linens aside, we also welcome any. only. To kiss. The contrasting piping is a satisfying detail.
Forget what you know about traditional flannel sheets – lumberjack-inspired throws and dark colors – Serena & Lily just gave their own luxe coastal update. Belvedere is a line of brushed cotton with a velvety soft feel for duvet covers, sheet sets and pillowcases. We love the elegant combination of classic checks in chambray blue and contrasting trims.
The Citizenry’s fall drop is all about warming layers. We drape a cozy alpaca throw or grid-patterned mesh quilt at the end of our beds, then complete the look with woven pillows upholstered in eclectic patterns. Our personal favorites are the dark denim look Isidora made in Uruguay and the more colorful Verbenawith embroidered details that can take ten days to sew by hand.
Parachute’s most recent drop, Slate Blue, is an unexpected yet refreshing fall shade inspired by the California coast. Less blue and more light grey, this new linen offering is an exclusive collaboration with Nordstrom. We would go all in and bundle the duvet cover and sheets together for a monochromatic look.
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