7 spring bedding options that'll breathe new life into your bedroom

Pastels, florals, and whites, oh my!

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Let's state the obvious: it's been a long winter, but the upside to that is spring is right around the corner. Now, if you're anything like me, you're already thinking about ways to breathe new life into your bedroom. 

But, if you've already exhausted the obvious choices: investing in the best mattress, the best mattress topper, and pillows, then you're in the market for an alternative route? We're here to show you the way. 

The solution? Spring bedding. 

The time has come! It's out with the old and in with the new! And, what better way to do that than by lightening up your bedding options — literally. 

We're talking pretty pastel shades, sateen silky-smooth sheets, and yes, florals for spring— because what else could be possibly more groundbreaking than that? Nothing. 

So, if you're ready to dive in head-first, get ready! Here are seven spring bedding options that earn our stamp-of-approval. 

1. Invest in a sumptuously soft velvet quilt for when the weather is in-between nights. 

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Velvet Josie Quilt (opens in new tab) starting at $208, at Anthropologie

Spring weather is a bit everywhere, and with all of its gorgeous, sunny days, we're likely going to face a handful of chilly nights, and when dealing with those "in-between" phases, it's essential to have a quilt like this one (opens in new tab)on hand. Its sumptuously soft velvet provides enough warmth and comfort, while its feminine florals keep your mood bright as ever. 

2. Opt for a duvet that's both delicate and dreamy

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Embroidered Daisia Duvet Cover (opens in new tab) starting at $278, at Anthropologie

With a button-closure and an oh-so-soft cotton fabric, this embroidered duvet (opens in new tab) will soothe your mind and lull you to sleep on repeat. 

3. Be bold with this paisley print 

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Penrose Paisley Quilt (opens in new tab) starting at $178, at Anthropologie

Handstitched by highly skilled artisans in Jaipur, India, this colorful quilt (opens in new tab) features a stunningly precise paisley print that's unmatched. 

4. Try this monogrammable must-have

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Monique Lhuillier Daphne Organic Percale Sheet Set (opens in new tab)starting at $169, at Pottery Barn

With a chic cambric appliqué framing its border, this 200-thread organic cotton sheet set (opens in new tab)is available in two different shades and can be monogrammed, making it an absolute must-have. 

5. This set of silky-smooth sheets

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Luxe Core Sheet Set (opens in new tab) starting at $139, at Brooklinen

Featuring a rich, buttery-smooth weave, this best-selling sateen sheet set (opens in new tab) is the upgrade we all need. With one fitted sheet, one fitted flat sheet, two pillowcases, and a slew of shades, all including a luxurious 480-thread count? It's a necessity. 

6. Reach for this affordable everyday option

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Microstripe Printed Organic Sheet Set - Hearth & Hand with Magnolia (opens in new tab) starting at $27.99, at Target

Made from 100% organic percale cotton that's smooth and soft, the sheets (opens in new tab) are the affordable option that'll keep you warm and comfortable all-year-long. 

7. This universally flattering set suitable for all ages

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Easy Care Printed Pattern Sheet Set - Room Essentials (opens in new tab) starting at $22, at Target

Constructed from a delicate and breathable fabric, this sheet set (opens in new tab)offers users year-round warmth and durability, as the neutral and bright color choices unite just the right amount of decorative accent to your bedding. 

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Brittany Romano

Brittany Romano is a Shopping Editor, based in New York City. From her start as a fashion market assistant at Marie Claire to building a highly profitable commerce vertical at Us Weekly and AMI brands, Brittany has produced award-winning content covering everything from celebrity beauty hacks to must-have items from online sales. She is a graduate of New England College. When she isn’t writing, you can find Brittany indulging in yet another DIY project or cheering on her beloved Boston Bruins.