Summer is a tricky time for die-hard duvet fans. If you're like me, you crave weight on top of you as you sleep. This gets tough around June when snuggling under a comforter becomes an inferno. If you're looking for an attractive way to sub out your duvet for something that is still going to feel substantial, then I got you — try any of these coverlets, which range from light to mid-weight.
A limited-edition Parachute creation, we're loving the desert-y hues of this garment-dyed linen quilt.
With just the right amount of quilted detailing and an absolutely to-die-for hue, this Cultiver bedcover is our top choice. While it might be a pricier side, trust us, Cultiver's linens are worth the investment.
Okay, so if you are in the market for something lightweight that still completely covers your bed, try Coyuchi's matelasse blanket, which is irresistibly soft. Bonus: It's got stripes on one side and color on the other so you can reverse whenever you get bored.
Go on, have some damn fun with your summertime bedroom look. This leopard print coverlet from Target is just the spunky touch to give your space a real wow-factor.
Looking for something sweet but neutral? Try CB2's textured geometric coverlet, which has just enough weight to keep you cool but also cozy.
This woven cotton fabric will be just a touch heavier than a top sheet, for those balmy nights were you still need a bit of coverage.
Anthro itself says this is the ideal topper for the warmer seasons. The secret? Washed French terry, which is super breathable.
Waffled, stonewashed cotton not only looks super chic on a bed, it's also a great design for breathability. Layer it with a top sheet if you want just a bit more warmth.
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