It’s that time of year… the season where we swap our textiles, layer on the cozy bedding, and snuggle in for the cold winter months ahead. I actually really look forward to changing our bedding this time of year. As the air chills and the snow begins to fall, I enjoy cuddling into our warm flannel sheets each night, getting cozy under wool blankets, and feeling the comforting weight of heavier bedding. This year, I made some bedding updates and thought it would be fitting to share. Today, I compiled a giant roundup of my favorite classic & cozy bedding items for the holiday season and cold winter months, as well as a peek at the new sheets & duvet I picked out for a couple bedrooms here at home. Click through to check it out, if you also have bedding on the brain…
As some of you know, we’re having holiday house guests, so I wanted to upgrade our largest guest room with new sheets. This time around, I really wanted a pattern and something other than plain white. These sheets are so beautiful in person, have a luxe silky hand, and are honestly much better than I expected them to be. I’m actually considering grabbing another set. They’re that good!
In our primary bedroom, I traded our chambray linen duvet for this super soft flannel number. It’s heavier woven cotton flannel and I really love the windowpane pattern. It feels timeless to me, and I know we’ll enjoy it for many years.
Are you a fan of flannel bedding? I feel like flannel just gets better and softer with time. We still love our flannel sheets I bought years ago! It’s definitely my go-to bedding fabric for the winter months- especially given we live in snowy Utah.
Shop my finds by clicking directly on each item below, or use the numbered links at the bottom of the collage…
01: patterned sheet set // 02: white flannel sheet set // 03: chambray flannel sheets // 04: red trimmed sheet set // 05: gray plaid sheet set // 06: blocked duvet set // 07: oatmeal sheet set // 08: faux fur blanket // 09: isle blanket // 10: heather duvet set // 11: brushed flannel sheet set // 12: embroidered sheet set // 13: down alternative duvet set // 14: thermal blanket // 15: border frame sheet set // 16: cotton flannel set // 17: cashmere duvet set // 18: hotel bedding set // 19: greek key border set // 20: herringbone blanket // 21: plaid duvet set // 22: ombre fur blanket // 23: bouclé lumbar pillow // 24: goose down comforter // 25: flannel windowpane sheet set // 26: flannel sheet set // 27: temperature regulating blanket // 28: color blocked duvet set // 29: duvet cover
I’d love to hear your top picks and favorites from the roundup. Fresh bedding is something I love investing in and keep for the long haul. It instantly freshens a room, can really elevate how a bedroom feels, exudes a bit of luxury, and is fun to switch each season. My linen closet isn’t just for towels and bath products- it’s filled with gorgeous bedding.
Another thing I quickly wanted to point out is bedding details. A great way to enhance dressing a bed or designing a guest room that feels like a luxe hotel room is by choosing bedding with embroidered or customized details. These tiny touches can really make a bed feel and look special or thoughtful.
There you have it… all of the bedding I’ve saved and loved for the holiday season and winter months ahead! I hope this roundup was fun and inspiring. It’s always amazing to me how bedding can make such a big impact on a room… even just crisp, clean sheets. There’s something so nice about good bedding!
I’ll be taking all of next week off from the blog for Thanksgiving! We’ve been busy bees at the Tuesday Made shop carefully wrapping up all of your orders, so I’ll be working over there full-time next week and also want to enjoy time with family and friends! I hope you’re able to gather with your loved ones and do the same next week. I’ll see you back here on Monday, November 29th, with lots of fun holiday related things to share. As always, thank you for being here. I appreciate it more than you know. Cheers to the festive and cozy season ahead, my friends! Have a lovely weekend.