Spring Bedding Trends You NEED to Try

Spring Bedding Trends You NEED to Try

Believe it or not, humans spend a third of their life sleeping. With the average life span being 72 years, that’s a whopping 24 years spent asleep!* With all that sleep, it’s no surprise that the design of the bedroom has become increasingly important, not only for comfort but for the eye as well. 

Bedroom design, just like fashion, goes through trends. However, design can be incredibly overwhelming, especially if you have little to no knowledge of where to start. That’s where we come in. We’re going to share 4 of this Spring’s most captivating bedding trends. 

Bedding Colors

When it comes to choosing colors for your bedding, it’s not just about what you like. To create a truly eye-catching and unique room, it’s vital to match your bedding to your décor and the overall design of the room in question. There are three color tones sweeping the bedding design world: Grey, Navy, and Neutral tones. 

You might be thinking to yourself that those colors sound a bit dull. Though they may not be the hot pink or banana yellow you were expecting, they serve a great purpose when it comes to design. These colors allow you to bring more color into the bedroom without becoming overwhelming. 

For instance, if you purchased a lime green bedspread, finding a complementary wall decoration, bedframe, or sheet set might be a challenge. Utilizing the enormous shade range of these three Spring colors, you can create the bedroom of your dreams with ease. 

Statement Pieces

Do you remember what we said about opting for neutral bedding? This next trend is where it will come in handy. Spring is all about statement pieces! What is a statement piece? It is a piece that is the main-eye catching focal point of a space. 

Choosing a neutral color palette allows you more freedom to customize other areas of your bedroom. The easiest and most effective way to create a statement in the bedroom is with your sheets. There are a plethora of colors when it comes to bedding. Whether you prefer bright colors, muted hues, or rich jewel tones, there is bedding that will help you make a statement. 

Saving the Planet

With the globe taking massive measures to reverse global warming and save the planet, it’s no surprise that the bedding industry has followed suit. This Spring is all about bamboo viscose. 

First, bamboo viscose bedding is able to regulate temperature and cool the body. It’s soft, yet durable fibers allow air to pass through easily, wicking away moisture and excess body heat. This a lifesaver for anyone who becomes overheated easily or experiences hot flashes during sleep. 

Next, bamboo viscose is hypoallergenic. It resists odors, stains, fading, and wards off common household non-living allergens. You’ll save time and money with less washing, too. 

Last and certainly not least, bamboo viscose is a great mindful option. Bamboo is one of the fastest-growing renewable sources on the planet and uses less water than cotton. Believe it or not, bamboo doesn’t just grow in China. In fact, there are 1,718 species of bamboo that grow on all continents except Europe and Antarctica.* 

Keeping Your Bedding Simple

Ditch the 10 decorative pillows, because Spring is a time for simplicity. The materialism of the 2010s has come to a close as people opt for a “less is more” minimalistic approach to decorating. Invest in classic pieces constructed to last a lifetime and keep your bedding simple for a timeless, elegant look. 


However you choose to decorate your bedroom, pick bedding that fits your aesthetic. Invest in pieces that last in a style you enjoy. Your bedroom is your safe haven, so it’s important that no matter the trend, you decorate in a way that makes you happy. 

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Monet Moore

Written by Monet Moore