There’s something about the changing seasons that makes me want to decorate each room anew. My husband and I recently completed our master bedroom, as well as a special room for our daughter, but I couldn’t help searching the web for gorgeous organic bedding. These picks are among my favorites, and they remind me that spring is in the air!
Ring of Asters Bedding
If we didn’t already have our gorgeous Amy Butler Bucharest bedding, we’d surely be saving up for this beautiful set from Anthropologie! It is feminine, but not frilly, with just enough color to fit the simple black, white and yellow color palette we used in our master. It’s definitely on the pricey end as bedding goes, but you can’t put a price on perfection, right? It’s not often that I’ll come across something that seems like it was so tailor made for a space that already exists. Price: $58-268
Stixx Bed Linens
I’ve never been a fan of “floral” fabrics, so when it comes to nature inspired prints, I’m more inclined to be drawn to something bold and graphic like this set from CB2. Although the branches featured on this gorgeous gray bedding may be bare, it is still a great way to bring nature indoors. It’s also pretty affordable, with a king duvet cover ringing in at less than $90. Price: $19.95-89.95
Organic Pin-Tuck Bedding
West Elm’s pin-tuck collection will forever remain on my list of favorites — or at least for as long as they are selling it. It has the sophisticated look of solid color bedding with the added bonus of gorgeous texture. And now that they have added new colors, including light amethyst (shown above) and sea grass, they are the perfect look for spring. And there’s always the option of bright white with splashes of color as accents. Price: $19-119
Scalloped Organic Patchwork Quilt
I haven’t been too keen on the overabundance of “Granny Chic” prints Pottery Barn has been selling of late, but I have to admit that this patchwork quilt has me a little smitten. It is bright and fresh, and all those bold prints pieced together has a bit of modern edge. Plus, it reminds me a lot of a patchwork quilt my late grandmother made for me, so I admit I’m a little biased. Price: $39-299
Organic Cotton Floral Print Collection
I never thought I’d be shopping Land’s End for organic bedding, but alas, more and more companies are realizing that green is the way to go. Remember a few paragraphs ago when I said I didn’t like florals? Well, this one doesn’t count.This particular design is a simple image with minimal colors, as opposed to the flower-covered nightmare it could be. It feels like fresh blooming flowers in spring, and there are also matching solids, so you can tone it down with a more subdued sheet set. Price: $24.50-99.50
Fern Duvet Cover
A post about spring bedding just wouldn’t be complete without a mention of Amenity. Their Fern design is among my all-time favorites, and I’m not just saying that because they are a past sponsor. I am honestly in love with their bold representations of nature, and Fern is organic design done right. If THIS doesn’t feel like spring, I don’t know what does. Price: $330-395
So, what home design projects are on your agenda for the spring? I’d love to hear about them!