Don’t underestimate the power of a wool topper. It keeps you toasty warm when your duvet won’t cut it and adds a fashionable layer to the foot of your bed. This one is made of wool sustainably produced and woven in Canada. It earns extra style points for the three-stripe design and heirloom whipstitching border.
Quilts are back—big time! But rather than sporting big, bold, and busy designs, the new crop is scaled down and stylish. This geometric pattern from Louise Gray is minimalist and modish, yet still delivers that handcrafted heirloom quality you’ll want to pass down.
At first glance the geometric gem appears to be all triangles, but look closer and you’ll see six layers of organic cotton handcrafted in India—it even features the hand-stitched name of its artisan maker. In short, it’s a statement quilt with layers of texture and personality.
This vintage-inspired quilt pattern brings to mind the peaks of the Pacific Northwest. Seattle-based Plover uses only 100% organic cotton grown in pesticide-free fields plus low-impact dyes—so this blanket is planet-approved. The only thing missing is the fresh scent of pine.
Sure, a duvet cover will extend the life of your duvet, but this timeless cover does so much more. The soothing ombre color palette, a blend of gray, white, and sand, seems to flow like the ocean. And like fine wine, linen only gets better—and softer—with age.
This made-in-America blanket tells a story: The geometric border echoes patterns found in Native American weavings, the colorful bands of coral and turquoise pay tribute to semi-precious stones and the art of jewelry making, and the bison skull represents the power and endurance of the people and its lands.
Some throw blankets are born to blend in while others are made to stand out. This pop of color belongs in the latter camp. Designed by Dutch husband-and-wife duo Scholten & Baijings and crafted in lightweight merino wool, it feels as good as it looks atop a bed.
San Francisco designer Erica Tanov collaborated with Bay Area artist Emily Payne to create a bedding collection based on Payne’s wire sculptures. The result: a “lantern” pattern in an earthy palette that’s simultaneously rhythmical, whimsical, and sculptural—and totally mesmerizing. It will hypnotize you straight to sleep.
To sink into a perfectly rumpled linen-topped bed is beyond dreamy. Much more than a duvet cover, this timeless topper envelopes your bed in tone and texture, not to mention temperature control—linen is warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Available in button closure or invisible zipper.
Who says your bed can’t be a work of art? Woven on manual looms by artisans in Brazil, this handmade wonder blankets your bed in a standout design indigenous to the region. It looks almost too good to slip under, but once you’re snuggled up in it you won’t want to leave.