interiors & styling

Pillowcase & Throw Pairings for Fall

chic-bedroom Fall is in full swing and the holidays are right around the corner, which means it’s finally time to cozy up your home and bust out the heavy bedding! Each season when I’m making the switch, I think of how nice it would be to trade things out year-to-year. The easiest way to update your neutral bedding –  adding texture and interesting pattern – is with pillowcases and throws. 

pillow-and-throw-pairings-for-fall 1. dark blue nami sham + 2. mohair throw // 3. supima pillow sham + 4. quincy throw blanket // 5. flannel striped pillowcase + 6. burgundy plush throw  // 7. scalloped edge pillowcase 8. moss knit throw

I’m back to posting on coco+kelley, and today I shared so many fun bedding combos you won’t want to miss. Consider this your complete guide to stylish, comfortable, and inviting winter bedding pairings you’ll want to snuggle in for months to come. Here’s a little peek of one pairing set above. Click over for the full post and many more pillowcase and throw pairings! For a complete roundup of throws only, click here (Jacqueline pulled together an awesome roundup). For more of the above bedroom, click here. Happy bedding shopping!

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  • Reply
    Allison
    November 10, 2016 at 4:05 pm

    love these combinations! I need to change up our linens for fall, we have not been in the fall mood until this week since the weather in Texas has not been very fall like! haha.

    • Reply
      Sarah
      November 10, 2016 at 5:14 pm

      Fingers crossed fall comes to Texas sooner rather than later ;) It’s been unseasonably warm here, too!

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