8 fall bedding sets to get your room ready for the season

Find fall bedding to get you in you the spirit for autumn, from leaf patterned quilts to burnt orange colored covers

Bed Threads fall bedding terracotta and rust bedding set on bed with magazines and lamp
(Image credit: Bed Threads )

Cozy up with these stylish fall bedding sets to ring in the season. We’ve officially reached that time of year where warm colors are catching our eye, and the thought of lighting a pumpkin-spiced scented candle is becoming ever more appealing. Just as much, our breezy sheets are no longer cutting it and we’re on the lookout for fabrics snuggly enough to keep us warm when the brisk evenings arrive. Admittedly: we’re all just about ready for fall.

Perfectly timed, these fall duvet covers and quilt sets are the best way to get into the seasonal spirit. From nature-inspired patterns and prints to warm browns and terracotta colors, dressing your bed for fall should always be a stylish affair. And in soft materials, like velvet, brushed cotton, and corduroy, you’re sure to stay snug as we transition into colder weather. We’ve selected these fall bedding picks from some of the best places to buy bedding, so you’re sure to get a good night’s sleep too. 

Get in early and treat yourself to a fall bedding set (or two) now, before they all start selling out. You've been warned!

8 fall bedding sets we love this year


How to choose fall bedding

There are plenty of fall themed bedding options out here, from leaf-prints to bright orange hues and even some pumpkin patterns that work well for Halloween. To push your way through the masses of this popular bedding aesthetic, we'd suggest thinking about what your personal style is, and how you can put an autumnal spin on it. Do you prefer plain color? Do you have a passion for pattern? Or would you rather an autumn layer you can add to your existing bed set?

But it's not all about looks either. Fall is a transitional season, so the type of bedding you choose should also work well with the weather too. Consider the fabric of your bedding set or duvet cover to ensure you get your best sleep ever. Brushed cotton and thicker materials take over light breezy linens.

What is the best bedding for cold weather?

As the nights get colder it's a great idea to switch your sheets to more winter appropriate materials. Cotton covers are breathable, yet still warm to keep you at the right temperature, with brushed cotton offering a soft-to-the-touch finish. Velvet, corduroy or teddy-cotton fabrics are becoming more popular for their cozy qualities. Though if you're a hot sleeper, we'd recommend adding a quilt, bedspread or one of the best weighted blankets to your bed for an extra layer you can add or take off as you need. 


How we chose these fall bedding sets 

Aside from being totally pretty and appealing to the eye, these fall bedding pieces have great reviews and ratings. We've compared them for material, size, quality and ease of care. They're at great price points, with some more budget-friendly and other investment buys, all the while being the best quality to sleep in. Rest assured, you'll be buying from some of the best bedding brands on the market, including Bed Threads and Bed Bath & Beyond. We love these fall bedding options, and are sure you will too. 

Once you've chosen a fall bedding set that you love, your next fall purchase should be the perfect scented candle

Louise Oliphant
Ecommerce Writer

Louise is the Ecommerce Writer at Real Homes, specialising in sleep content so you can wind-down well. With prior PR experience working for a luxury bedding brand, Louise knows the importance of getting a great night’s sleep. Joining the other side of the desk as a full-time journo, Louise brings her bedding expertise to writing sleep buying guides across Real Homes, Ideal Homes, Livingetc, Homes & Gardens and Gardeningetc. Aside from helping readers get essential shut eye, Louise also writes shopping content for homeware items that’ll add a decorative edge to your space.With an eye for design that won’t snooze on style, but a budget that won’t quite stretch, Louise loves nothing more than a modern designer dupe. From coloured glassware to contemporary storage, anything to upgrade the bare space of her rented East London flat. 

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