And So To Bed: The Best Bedspreads for Shabby Chic Sleeping Style

The main feature in a shabby chic bedroom is the bed. Decorated with plenty of cushions and a sumptuously inviting quilt, it can transform an entire room. Here are some of our favourite quilts and bedspreads to give you the ultimate shabby chic look… and a wonderful night’s sleep!


Delaney Velvet Bedspread - Laura Ashley
Delaney Velvet BEdspread Laura Ashley

This gorgeous Delaney Velvet Bedspread from Laura Ashley (£122.50) is one of the most beautiful bed covers we’ve come across. Measuring 200 cm x 200 cm, it covers a double bed comfortably and is perfect for these cold winter nights.



Vintage Finds Bedspread – BHS

You won’t be wishing winter away with this Vintage Finds Bedspread from BHS. Not only is the design of red roses and birds on a white background absolutely adorable and stylish, it’s also reduced from £90.00 to £35.00. Talk about a bargain!




Pied a Terre Hand Stitched Bedspread - House of Fraser
Pied a Terre Hand Stitched Bedspread – House of Fraser

For something a little more bold and daring how about the Pied a Terre Hand Stitched Bedspread in Fuchsia? It is the perfect quilt for those who want to add a bit more colour but want to keep it simple at the same time. Made of 100% polyester and measuring approximately 150cm x 200cm, it is available from House of Fraser for £60.00.


Sheherezade Reversible Cotton Quilt - OKA Direct
Sheherezade Reversible Cotton Quilt – OKA Direct

This Sheherezade Reversible Cotton Quilt from OKA Direct (£275.00) is great for a more laid-back room. It’s lightweight, so is fantastic for those warm summer nights or to use as an additional layer when it’s cold. It’s reversible which makes it brilliant for those who like to be able to switch it up a bit occasionally, and is simultaneously elegant and chic.


Emelie Comforter – The White Company

If you’re looking for something simpler, go for this Emelie Comforter from The White Company. It’s designed to go over a duvet, and can keep you cool in the summer months and cosy in winter. It can go in most bedrooms, no matter the design, thanks to the neutral colours used.




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