The Best Cozy Bedding to Help You Transition From Summer to Fall

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It's time for Fall at Home: Hunker down, bundle up, and make the season as cozy as possible with our foolproof guide to autumn.

Now that fall is here and the weather is cooling down, it's time to switch up your breezy summer bedding for something a little cozier. Depending on where you live, fall bedding can mean anything from adding a simple throw blanket to your setup or topping warm flannel or sateen sheets with an even warmer comforter or quilt. Whatever you make of your bedding situation, fall is all about snuggling up in all the layers, so don't hesitate to go all out while you transition your decor to the new season.


Here are our top picks for cool weather bedding.

1. Allswell Organic Stripe Coverlet (Full/Queen), $125

This soft and textured coverlet is made of organic cotton and is cozy enough not just for cool weather, but all year long.

2. Crane and Canopy The Ultimate Luxe Down Alternative Dual Comforter, starting at $219

This comforter gives you the best of both worlds with two different warmth and weight levels (all-year and lightweight or lightweight and super lightweight) on each side thanks to the baffle-box construction that distributes warmth accordingly. This is especially great for couples who prefer different temperatures at night.

3. Coyuchi Cloud Brushed Organic Flannel Duvet Cover (Full/Queen), $248

Nothing says warm and cozy like a flannel duvet when the temp starts dropping. This one is made with 100% organic cotton and comes in five different shades, including a natural, undyed option to create the perfect canvas for layered bedding.


4. Parachute Puckered Quilt (Full/Queen), $279

Parachute's Puckered Quilt is soft, lightweight, and warm — just what you need for fall. It comes in a very autumnal terracotta color and adds a little texture to your space with a matelasse front.

5. Pottery Barn Velvet Handcrafted Box Stitch Quilt (Full/Queen), $279

It's never too early to break out the velvet bedding. This hand-quilted piece is sustainably sourced, certified non-toxic, made from 100% cotton, and is sure to keep you warm during the cooler months. It also features a box-stitch pattern to add more texture to your bedroom. Plus, you can buy matching quilted shams to complete the set.

6. West Elm Organic Flannel Space Dye Reversible Duvet Cover and Shams Set (Full/Queen), $239

This cozy duvet and shams set is made of 100% organic cotton "brushed and sheared for ultimate softness" from a family-owned business in Portugal. The reversible duvet features a space dye pattern on one side and a solid pattern on the other so you can switch up your look anytime.


7. Layla Sleep Bamboo Sheets (Queen), $195

The Layla Bamboo Sheets are made with 100% viscose from bamboo, meaning they're light enough to keep you cool during the summer but provide just the right amount of warmth for fall. Did we also mention they're super soft?

8. Pottery Barn Cozy Teddy Faux Fur Throw, $189

This faux fur blanket will make you feel like you're snuggling up with a giant teddy bear. It's extra plush and Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX certified, which means it was tested and verified free from more than 350 harmful substances.

9. Brooklinen Luxe Core Sheet Set (Queen), $159

Brooklinen's best-selling Luxe Sateen Sheets are customer favorites for a reason. The soft and smooth sheets are made of 100% long staple cotton, have a 480-thread count, and are OEKO-TEX certified. The Luxe Core Sheet Set also comes in fun limited edition fall patterns, like the one featured above and a few more like the Syncopated Dash in Terracotta and Topography in Terracotta.


10. The Citizenry Celeste Chunky Wool Throw, $495

For the extra chilly fall days and nights, this fair trade throw blanket is exactly what you'll want to wrap yourself in. It's handwoven with super soft undyed merino wool by the Artisans of Las Moras in Uruguay and is the perfect statement piece to drape over your bed or sofa.


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