Our edit of the best bedspreads to cuddle up under in winter.
If there was ever a time to get snuggly, then this is it. The evenings are feeling shorter and darker than ever and we’ve been hit with another lockdown which will mean spending a lot more time inside.
Although we love doing this with throws and cushions, when it comes to the bedroom, a bedspread is essential to make sure your bed is warm and looking its best. There are lots of ways to style this accessory: try layering several bedspreads on top of each other to create a textured look, using a mix of colours, or keeping things minimalist with a single calming hue.
Here is our edit of the loveliest bedspreads on the market, hand-chosen to include a range of colours and materials.
Urban Outfitters Anika paisley quilt
Bring some patchwork magic to your bedroom with this paisley quilt which features a beautiful mix of colours and patterns.
It’s soft and cosy, but can be bunged in the washing machine whenever you need to.
Lisa Corti floral-print bedspread
The striking floral motifs which decorate this quilt are inspired by traditional Japanese flower arrangements.
This piece is handcrafted from soft cotton by artisans in India, who use an ancient block-printing technique to achieve the bold pattern.
Jungalow natural hamsa quilt Set by Justina Blakeney®
Artist Justina Blakeney interprets the hamsa (also known as the hand of Fatima) in her own special way, drawing inspiration from her personal collection of amulets.
This ancient symbol represents protection, happiness, luck, health and good fortune.
Goodhood patchwork quilt
This 100% cotton quilt is handmade in Japan with a geometric patchwork pattern.
It gives a cool edge to a usually twee accessory.
Molly Mahon tulip quilt
Molly Mahon is an independent print designer based in East Sussex whose playful prints have been on our must-buy list for a while.
This piece is versatile and brilliant, working as a light duvet in the summer and an extra layer in the winter.
Smallable Kalam reversible quilt blue
We’re mesmerised by this swirling blue pattern, but if you fancy something a bit plainer for a while, just turn it over.
On the reverse side you’ll find smart stripes in navy and white.
Sarah K blue daisy quilt
This beautiful cotton quilt is block-printed with a pretty blue and green daisy design, featuring a striped border.
You can turn it over for a different pattern and enjoy a stripy reverse side, too.
Oliver Bonas printed quilted velvet double bedspread
This patterned bedspread is edged with a dusty pink velvet trim which has a gorgeously vintage feel.
It goes perfectly with the white art-deco shell print which covers this soft furnishing.
Soho Home Adeline bedspread
Soho Home has really raised the bar with this reverse stitch sage cotton bedspread.
We particularly like the tonal hand-tied onion tassle trim across the front edge.
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Megan Murray is a senior digital writer for stylist.co.uk, who enjoys writing about homeware (particularly candles), travel, food trends, restaurants and all the wonderful things London has to offer.