Whether you’re a renter or homeowner, when it comes to your bedroom, the easiest way to give your sleep sanctuary an overhaul is with a new duvet. Clearly, we’re not the only ones seeking joy (and perhaps a little solace) in the form of fresh bedding: at Marks & Spencer, online sales of bedding are currently up a whopping 100% on this time last year.
So, from sustainable fabrics and feel-good colours to perk-you-up prints (we figured you could probably find a plain white one quite easily if that’s more your vibe), we’ve rounded up our favourite bedding sets to shop now. We figured you can all probably find a plain white duvet should you
Gingham: not just for summer dresses.
Brushed Cotton Gingham Bedding Set, £29.50-£59, Marks & Spencer
Choosing just one La Redoute duvet was seriously difficult, but we couldn’t resist these punchy retro florals.
Joan Floral Print Duvet Cover, from £25, La Redoute
Stripes, bows and 100% organic cotton. A little on the spendier side, but worth it for Toast’s eco and ethical credentials.
Organic Cotton Pyjama Stripe Duvet, from £89, Toast
The breakout trend of lockdown, even duvet covers are going tie-dye.
Batik Print Duvet Cover set, fro £19.99, H&M
We defy you not to smile every time you see those tassels.
Eula Duvet Cover set, from £22.99, Wayfair
Quite literally the polka dots of dreams.
Penny Duvet Cover set, From £19, Habitat
Anyone else feel calmer just looking at this colour?
Alexia Duvet Cover set, from £49, Made.com
Candy pink stripes + rattan = bedroom goals.
Chelsea Stripe Duvet Cover set, from £50, John Lewis
The minimalist’s way to do a printed duvet.
Faces Print Duvet Cover set, from £24, Urban Outfitters
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