Hi, and happy Tuesday! I’ve been updating my Amazon storefront this week (I try to do it at the beginning of each month) and thought my previous bedding post could use an updated roundup. The majority of the bedding packed into this post is super affordable, has rave reviews, would work year round, and looks much higher end than it actually is. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again- a beautiful and cozy bed is all about layering. You don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars to create a beautiful bed vignette that makes you want to sink into it each night. Click through for some classic budget-friendly textiles to layer on your bed. You know I’m all about mixing high & low! These would work well with any aesthetic and could easily be layered from room-to-room. Oh, and if you missed my bed styling formula, check that out here!
Textiles are one of those home items I keep forever. I have a linen closet upstairs that is packed full of extra blankets, quilts, sheets, duvets, pillows, and throws. I’m constantly swapping things out seasonally, grabbing a blanket on the go, making beds for our house guests (we’re excited to start hosting family & friends again), or finding old favorites to snuggle up in. I never get rid of my cozy textiles- they seem to get better with age and even the really worn ones still come in handy for outdoor picnics, concerts, using for the dogs, or camping. Does anyone else do this too? Please tell me I’m not the only one who hoards blankets.
Click directly on the bedding below to be redirected to the source- or use the numbered links below the collage to shop…
01: striped sheet set // 02: wool throw // 03: taupe duvet set // 04: coop home pillows // 05: blue lumbar // 06: cotton blanket // 07: grey quilt // 08: tassel pillows // 09: grey sheets // 10: tassel throw // 11: crisp bedding set
There are so many great options in this one, it’s difficult to choose a favorite. If I had to choose a couple standouts, I’d pick #6- the cotton waffle weave blanket. It’s 100% cotton, is under $40, comes in multiple colors, and would be a versatile piece for layering. You could use that anywhere. It also looks super soft and cozy! I also really love a classic embroidered duvet or bedding set- like #11. It gives sophisticated hotel vibes, looks crisp, and fits the budget. There are also multiple color options. That one feels very timeless to me! Which are your favorites?
I also wanted to report on our new mattress! Awhile back in a Noteworthy post, I shared that we took advantage of a big sale and bought a Sleep Number bed… that was back at the end of May. Well, our bed was finally delivered a few weeks ago and so far, we’re loving it! Shoutout to Lauren who reassured me on our decision, but it has been really great. Emmett & I both feel like we’re already getting better sleep, and we’re still trying to hone in our numbers and figure things out. If you have a Sleep Number and have tips, please share. I feel like that was a splurge worthy investment.
If you’ve missed any Amazon Finds posts, I’ll link the list below. You can always see my top picks and favorites in my Amazon storefront, as well! As I previously mentioned, I try to keep that updated with new things each month. It’s a fun way to curate my finds and share good resources I uncover.
- Baskets & Storage
- Plumbing Fixtures
- Area Rugs
- Kitchen Items
- Faux Plants, Greenery, & Botanicals
- Blankets & Throws
- Bathroom Fixtures & Accessories
- Patio Finds
- Beds & Headboards
- Wall Mirrors
- Affordable Barware
- Dog Beds
- The Best Amazon Lighting
- Finds for the Laundry Room
- Shelf Styling Objects
- Finds for the Bath
- Gift Wrap & Packaging
- Holiday Decor
I hope you’re all having a great week so far. Let me know if you have any bedding or textile questions in the comment section below. I’d be happy to help! Is there anything specific you’re looking for and would appreciate sources for? I can add that to my home roundup list, if you’d like?