I’m a huge Christmas fan. It’s not even Christmas Day that I like the most. It’s the run up to Christmas – the excitement, the decorations, the frivolity, the cheesy Christmas films, the hope! I love decorating my house and how it feels in December. It’s so cosy and pretty (or if you want to be trendy, hygge). The past couple of years I’ve noticed a new trend for festive homeware too, towels, blankets, bedding, oven gloves – you name it.
Now I’ve been toying with the idea of getting some festive duvet covers and pillow cases the past couple of years but I’ve been in two minds about it. Firstly, because it seems like extreme commercialism, like I’m getting sucked into buying any yet another thing. And secondly, because it’s relatively expensive and I’m only going to be able to use them for a month or so of the year and then it’s another damn thing I need to find space to store. BUT, they are so damn cute and it’s Christmas so what the hell eh?! I can’t resist it anymore. You only live once and pretty duvet covers are fun. Plus, we spend more time in the bed than in front of the Christmas tree anyway. So here’s my top picks of the best Christmas bedding this year…
Best Christmas bedding
Most of the prices are quoted are for double sets and is correct at the time of publishing.
If you are a lazy online shopper like me then Amazon have lots of great options, including this winter tree set (affiliate link), £24.99.
This Sleepdown Christmas Trees bedding (affiliate link), is really modern, trendy and reversible. It’s an absolute steal at £15.99 from Amazon.
The kids will also love this Bedlam Xmas Polar Bear with Christmas Trees Reverse Duvet Cover Set (affiliate link) – a mega bargain at only £16.90. This also comes in a really nice pink design.
If traditional colours and a Nordic style is more your thing then you can’t go far wrong with this set from Amazon (affiliate link) for £19.99.
This traditional design Warm & Cosy Brushed Cotton Flannelette Duvet Cover Set (affiliate link) looks super cosy for those cold winter nights. £19.99 from Amazon.
Marks and Spencer
I love this reversible bedding set from M&S (affiliate link) this year. It has two nature-inspired designs to choose from, you can switch between a pine leaf print or a festive holly pattern. £22.50 for a double set.
You can’t go wrong with this classic brushed-cotton checked bedding set from M&S for £39.50 (affiliate link). I love brushed cotton bedding in the winter. It’s so cosy.
This reversible ‘driving home for Christmas set’ from Asda is excellent value for money at just £12 for a double set with both sides being super cute.
Dust some Disney magic over your bedroom with this reversible Mickey tartan duvet set from George Home for £18. One side features a Christmas tree collecting Mickey, while the other side presents a classic tartan backdrop with yellow mouse stamps. There is also a coordinating range!
Which is your favourite? Do you have festive duvet covers or do you think it’s a step too far? Let me know in the comments!
If you liked this post you might like some of my other Christmas posts this year including:
- Memories from Christmas in my childhood
- Ultimate guide to the best Christmas films for families with young children
- New Christmas films to watch this winter
- 15 ideas for Christmas gifts for children
- Christmas gift ideas for adults that you can buy online
- 10 Pokemon gifts for kids you can buy on Amazon
- 10 best unicorn gifts for kids
- Great gift ideas for 7 year olds
- 10 great gift ideas for 4 year olds
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