Must-have bed linen for autumn and beyond 

Nothing beats the feeling of fresh new sheets, and autumn is the perfect time to refresh your bedding collection. With the temperature dropping, the desire to hibernate is back. From crisp white high-thread count classics worthy of a five-star hotel, to decadent sets from Biba, lights out has never looked so appealing. 

 


1. Sophisticated florals 

Agent Provocateur Marlie Bedding

 

Floral bed linen can be something of a cliche, but the Marlie set from Agent Provocateur is a little bit different. A beautiful mix of soft silvers, whites and greys, the 300-thread count cotton sheets feature delicate, hand-painted hydrangeas - exactly what dreams are made of. 


Agent Provocateur, Marlie Bedding, £110

 


2. Go wild

Rita Ora Portobello Duvet Cover

 

Missing travels to exotic destinations? Bring the great outdoors in, with this clever racing cheetahs design from Agent Provocateur. A dusky olive green with flashes of bronze, silver and an edge of jet black, it's totally wild.  


Agent Provocateur, Haven Bedding, £110

 


3. Grown-up sequins 

Rita Ora Medina Duvet Cover

 

Transform your bedroom into a luxurious sanctuary with this delicate number – a rather opulent twist on the classic white bedding. Complete with ruffles of chiffon and silver sequins, it'll put even that evening clutch to shame.


Rita Ora, Medina Duvet Cover, £108

 


4. '20s decadence

Biba Serena Duvet Cover

 

Simple black sheets are given a Biba edge with an intricate frame of the brand's iconic gold logo. Perfect for those who like to keep their bedding classic, but with a twist. 


Biba,Serena Duvet Cover, £80

 


5. Fresh whites 

Hotel Collection Cotton Rich 1000TC Duvet Set

 

You spend a third of your life asleep which means you deserve the best, right? Crisp white sheets with a 1,000 thread count will make you feel like you've just checked in to that boutique bolthole every day of the week. 


Hotel Collection, Cotton Rich 1000TC Duvet Set, £70

 


6. Cult classic 

Ted Baker Duvet Cover

 

Calvin Klein is always a good thing, and if you're as big a fan of the underwear as we are, the brand's similar take on bedding is a must-have. Finished with CK’s iconic logo, this set gets that pared-back contemporary thing just right, while still managing to feel ridiculously inviting. 


Calvin Klein, Duvet Cover, £89

 


7. In full bloom

Ted Baker Fern Forest Duvet Cover

 

A twist on the traditional floral sheets, this moodier version from Ted Baker feels less twee, more statement. Mixing shades of grey for an on-trend ombre effect, with beautiful blues, reds, pinks and yellows, it will transport you straight to a woodland in bloom. The perfect antidote to a busy life. 


Ted Baker, Fern Forest Duvet Cover, £90

 


8.  Timeless simplicity

Hotel Collection Lars Duvet Cover

 

You can always rely on a classic stripe design to be big on versatility and practicality. Made of a blend of recycled yarns, this timeless set from Hotel Collection is great for master bedrooms and guest rooms alike and can be paired with almost any other accessories; think earthy tones, mustard yellows or even a dash of soft pink.  


Hotel Collection, Lars Duvet Cover, £60

 

 


9. Prep school 

Tommy Hilfiger Cozy Chic Duvet Cover

 

Picture the scene: it's Sunday morning, you've got a big coffee, a great book, fresh pastries. The only thing missing? This classic, preppy bedding from American fashion stalwarts Tommy Hilfiger, that'll give you the perfect excuse to loaf until lunchtime. Made from pure cotton sateen, the set gets bonus points for being reversible. 


Tommy Hilfiger, Cosy Chic Duvet Cover, £145

 


10.  A case of the blues 

Calvin Klein Wildflower Duvet

 

Thought to lower blood pressure and bring down your heart rate, blue is the ultimate tranquil colour, making it the ideal choice for a bedroom. Pair with white and it's the dreamiest colour combination of them all – giving a whole new meaning to those Monday blues. 


Calvin Klein, Wildflower Print Duvet Cover, £89