In the winter, I love to snuggle up with a crisp, white fluffy duvet. In most of my projects, I opt to use white duvets because of the hotel-like feel and versatility. Since they go with just about everything, it’s easy to switch out your color scheme often through accent pillows and blankets.
I compiled my favorite white duvets at every pricepoint (list goes from high to low). Since good bedding can be few and far between, I thought this list might make your bedding shopping this winter just a tad bit easier!
Leontine Linens- Maxwell + Sadie
Queen Duvet- $585
What can I say about Leontine? It’s always been a favorite of mine and definitely worth every penny! Monogramming is a must on this bedding. I’m loving this neutral look of theirs- so chic!
Yves Delorme- Athena Collection
Queen Duvet- $550
I just specified the Athena bedding in the Lin color for a client’s master bedroom. Its 500 threadcount is what makes this bedding so luxurious and its clean-lined appearance is what gives this bedding such timeless appeal. What drew me to it in the first place were the horizontal and vertical stitched borders. Yves Delorme produces great quality bedding- and being in business for 160 years definitely proves that!
Bliss Living- Belgravia White
Queen Duvet- $465
This duvet is definitely one of a kind! With enormous asymetrical pleats and a combo of cotton, herringbone ramie, and white linen, this duvet packs a lot of textural punch!
Peacock Alley- Lyric Collection
Queen Duvet- $475
The Lyric Collection looks as peaceful as its name implies. Another 500 threadcount beauty, this bedding is imported from Italy and comes in white, sable and ivory.
SFERRA- Kelly Wearstler- Tides
Queen Duvet- $473
The Viceroy Anguilla had similar bedding to this when I stayed at there a few months ago and it was SO comfortable! This luxurious bedding by KW for SFERRA is made of cotton sateen that’s woven in Italy.
Bella Notte- Linen with Crochet Lace Duvet Cover in White
Price- TBD via your local retailer
With their only permanent showroom residing in Dallas, Bella Notte has become one of my favorite local bedding sources. I actually just got some of their bedding for my grandma and she is really loving it! For almost fifteen years, this easy-care luxury linen manufacturer has been providing their customers with high quality bedding that exhibits a “modern feel with a vintage edge”.
Williams-Sonoma Home- Classic Greek Key
Queen Duvet- $358
WS Home recently shut down its Plano location, so unfortunately now the only access we have to this bedding is online…but Dallas residents, don’t despair, as they have lots to choose from on their website! This greek key bedding comes in blue, chocolate and white, and is a modern take on the classic motif.
Restoration Hardware- Italian Hotel Satin Stitch
Queen Duvet- $249
I use RH’s duvets over and over. I pair them with funky pillows and custom bedskirts. I have this set in my master bedroom and have nothing but good things to say about it! It’s been great these past few years. I love this hotel bedding because it comes in tons of different color options and looks good in both modern and traditional settings.
Serena and Lily- Berry Border Frame
Queen Duvet- $230
I have been dying to use this berry border bedding! How much fun would this be paired with orange or navy? Such a fun colourway and the matching sheets are extremely adorable.
Pine Cone Hill- Classic Ruffle White
Queen Duvet- $115
This flirty ruffled edge duvet is a great option for a more feminine room. At 200 threadcount, this sweet looking bedding is machine washable and at an affordable pricepoint.
Pottery Barn- Pearl Embroidered
Queen Duvet- $99
This is a great duvet for the price! The pearl embroidery consists of tiny dots that come in multiple color options. The porcelain blue is by far my favorite and is so soft looking, it almost acts as a neutral.