This year, the fall bedding we love takes its cue from fashion. We're jazzed about the current collab of Target with designer and artist Justina Blakeney, whose high-style, boho aesthetic always feels on point. Our favorite is a tribal spread and shams, inspired by a vintage African textile she spotted at a market in Paris. A linen set from Parachute, in fashion-forward moss, reminds of a perfectly drapey top and trousers. Linen in the right color feels right in fall and winter, and the drape of the textile makes a bed look relaxed---in the chicest of ways. We couldn't be more excited about Williams Sonoma joining forces with the House Of Scalamandre to bring their bold and classic zebra print to bedding, wallpaper in this print covers a bathroom's walls in our office. The unique pattern in deep red and black makes a statement atop a bed, and we're ready to jazz things up while we spend more time at home. Nude and flesh-toned looks were part of many of the fall/winter collections. West Elm's quilt and shams in velvet have just the right amount of sheen in a color that feels elevated and most certainly, à la mode. Dark florals have been the flower print of choice for the last few seasons when it comes to clothing, found on nearly every runway. Urban Outfitters does it right, in stark black paired with muted green and blush. Always a fashion classic, the pinstripe feels special in the bedroom. A grey-blue striped duvet by Winnetka, Illinois-based brand Piglet promises bedding created in the "the pursuit of sincere comfort". Founder Jessica Mason tells us, "my favorite of our bedding colors varies quite a lot based on my mood and on the time of year. In the winter I love to create a cozy little nest atmosphere in my bedroom with the darker colors, but at the moment I am loving our Midnight Stripe". -Tamara Rappa
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Think menswear, and a classic button down shirt: add other classic touches. Make it urban by adding accessories and lamps in silver, brass, and gold.
Inspired by an African textile, you'll want to layer on the color, and add even more global flair.
Let this linen do its thing by draping your bed in casual-cool. We imagine a tall glass vase of calla lillies at bedside.
Let this delightful print be the statement earring or shoe of your home decor. You'll have to tone it down elsewhere, but that's part of what we'd love about a bedroom wild with zebras.
This look can go girly or it can remain understated and unisex, depending on the sheets, bedsides tables, and accessories you'll pair with this quilt and its matching shams.
These flowers feel fierce---not fussy, and unusually rich. These bedroom blooms will create a cozy space, especially when paired with a shag rug.