Winter Bedding Trends. As the colder nights roll in, bedding trends often emphasize creating a warm, cosy, and inviting sleep environment to combat the chill of the season. Darker, warmer colours, heavier fabrics and, of course, Christmas-theme designs. Here are a few ideas for your winter wonderland bedroom!
Winter Bedding Trends
Dive in to warm, rich colours. Deep, warm colours like burgundy, forest green, navy blue, and rich plums are in vogue for winter bedding. These hues create a sense of cosiness and can help make the bedroom feel snug and inviting. Plush and Textured Fabrics. Texture is key in winter bedding trends. Go for materials like faux fur, velvet, and flannel for added warmth and tactile comfort. These fabrics can be used for duvet covers, blankets, and decorative pillows.
- Winter Stags
Blue and brown combinations are always nice and this one’s no exception. Nice design, we like this one.
- Nordic Scandi
Welcome to Christmas 1982! If you were a child of the 80s, you probably had clothes in burgundy and grey!
- Teddy Bear Duvet Cover
This looks awesome! We think the colours are a bit ‘meh’, but it just looks so cosy!
- Egyptian Cotton Pinch Pleated Quilt
A slightly more ‘classic’ appearance to this one. Deep blue with pleated pattern.
Heavier, Layered Fabrics
Layering is a practical and stylish approach for winter. Start with a warm, insulating base layer like flannel sheets and then add blankets, quilts, and a duvet for additional warmth. Mixing and matching textures and patterns can add visual interest. Winter brings the Christmas season, and festive bedding with prints like snowflakes, reindeer, or holiday ornaments can help set the mood. These prints can be used on sheets, pillowcases, and duvet covers.
Incorporating cable knit and chunky weaves in throw blankets or decorative pillows adds a cosy, winter cabin feel to your bedroom. Faux fur is a popular choice for adding a touch of luxury and warmth. Faux fur throws and pillow covers create a plush and inviting atmosphere.
Natural fibres like wool and cashmere are known for their warmth and insulation. High-quality wool or cashmere blankets can be a sophisticated and functional addition to your bedding. Deep, moody shades like charcoal gray and deep brown are trending in winter bedding. These colours create a sense of warmth and intimacy in the bedroom.
More Winter Bed Linen Ideas
- Forest Fauna Duvet Cover Set
Green and gold, a classic colour combo.
- Teddy Fleece Duvet Cover Set
‘Not sure polar bears are ‘teddies’, but it does look comfy!
- Brushed Cotton Nordic Scandi Duvet Cover Set
More Nordic inspired design for a warming winter bedroom!
- Brushed Cotton Christmas Patchwork Duvet Cover Set
Timeless Christmas design. Patchwork quilt in red and grey.
Flannel pillowcases are not only soft and warm but also comfortable to rest your head on during cold nights. Electric or heated bedding options, such as heated mattress pads and electric blankets, are becoming increasingly popular to provide extra warmth on chilly nights.
Scandinavian design with its clean lines, neutral colours, and minimalistic approach is also making its mark in winter bedding trends. The focus here is on simplicity and functionality.