Spring is that time of year where everything is in a transitional stage…our clothing, our skincare, even our décor. Spring bedding is another area of your life that’s in the midst of change because you’re likely to start feeling the shift in seasons. If you’re ready for a change like us, check out what we’re upgrading our bedding this spring with these delightfully fresh and light finds.
Linen is our favorite textile for the warmer seasons, and this new “Clay” color from Parachute is at the top of our wish list.
Hemp is a great option if you’re trying to be more sustainable in your home décor purchases. We love this sunny buttercup yellow color, but it’s also available in four other spring-ready shades.
These velvet pillow covers add cozy, inviting touches, elevating neutrals with rich shades of gold, pink and copper.
This lightly textured cotton weave duvet is topped with all-over roping in a central floral pattern we love. It is also available in a dreamy Chartreuse.
You had us at “Dusty Lilac.”
This light throw blanket is perfect for transitional spring nights when the weather can’t make up its mind.
Add a pop of florals to your layered bed look with this cozy quilt.
Soft stripes on a cozy linen duvet make for a perfectly neutral bedding set up. It is available in five perfect neutral hues.
These delightful pom-pom pillows add a fun dash of whimsy to your spring bedding.
This fun geometric duvet cover is a great option for infusing a bit more color into your space without an overwhelming pattern.
This lightweight and cheerful quilt will instantly brighten your space.
This snuggly mix of linen and cotton is a perfect lightweight layer to add to your bed. It is also available in Coral.
A soft and dreamy duvet cover that’s also reversible so you can change your bedding with your mood. It’s also available in six colorways.
Is there anything more perfectly spring than a fresh green hue? Bring the beauty of nature indoors with this set.
A soft butter yellow is a unique way to add neutrals to your bedding with a spring-inspired twist.