Warm up with orange bedding when the chill of fall sets in. We find orange in autumn’s glowing sunsets, ever-changing leaves, and the omnipresent pumpkin spice. Why not use this cozy color as inspiration for a beautiful, inviting bedroom? Let’s bring a sense of fall to the bedroom by using this sunny shade in your fall bedding, starting with a vintage floral fabric and gorgeous block print fabrics.
From delicate tangerines to blood oranges and shades of copper and rust, orange is a versatile color that works with so many other colors: yellow, red, purple, mossy green, creams, beiges–the list goes on!
Find orange bedding in vibrant fall colors
When you top your bed with an orange duvet cover in a vintage floral pattern, you not only create a focal point, but you also grant yourself flexibility to mix and match your sheets, pillows, and accessories. In other words, you can create a space that’s completely cozy and wonderfully vibrant–just your style.
This orange duvet cover celebrates autumn’s palette and keeps you warm on chilly nights. A celebration of fall colors, our Orange Blossom print features yellow, orange, plum, sage ,and grey on a cream background. It’s perfect fall bedding!
Autumn weather varies, so dress your bed the way you dress yourself this time of year: in layers! Top your bed with this lightweight gold, purple, and orange bedding that won’t weigh you down. It’s a great alternative to a fall comforter set if you live in a warmer locale.
The creamy background brightens while the delicate floral design resembles intricate filigree, making an elegant, stylish bed.
Hues of mango, rose, and grassy green positively glow in this stunning floral print that’s great for mixing with Orange Blossom.
Rich fall colors round out the look
The chill of the air mixed with the nostalgia of the season makes us want to snuggle under the covers. Lay throw blankets at the foot of your bed and toss on a few pillows that share Orange Blossom’s colors—it’s ok, they don’t share patterns! For drama, honor the rich jewel tones of the season; for something more organic, choose shades of orange, sage, yellow, or cream.
Trading window treatments for the season is a quick and easy way to carry the beauty of fall into your bedroom. These orange curtains brim with gorgeous orange color and gilded accents.
Cover a pillow or two in purple block print pattern as a simple, yet unexpected addition to your fall bedding. This pillow accents the touches of purple in the Orange Blossom duvet cover for a pretty twist.
The color of juicy plums, these purple sheets will definitely instill a sense of romance and a touch of drama when paired with the Orange Blossom. Purple with orange bedding just rings of the autumn time!
Lay a blanket spun with golden, organic cotton across the foot of your orange floral duvet cover to remind you of the glow of autumn afternoon sunshine pouring through the window.
Add fall decor that appeals to your senses
Part of the fun in decorating for fall is to find fragrances, textures, and trinkets that summon every good and nostalgic feeling you associate with the season. These additions help us to settle into our homes and feather our nests before the chill of winter sets in. From gathering around the bonfire to walking through the apple orchards and indulging in your favorite fall drink, autumn invites us to treat ourselves to its ample seasonal delights.
White Flower Farm
Hang a wreath above your bed, on a mirror, or on the back of a door to set the stage for the harvest season with this bountiful wreath.
Lindsay Lucas Candles
With notes of clove, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, orange, and vanilla, your bedroom will smell like the perfect fall day all season long.
Head to the woods (or just your own backyard) and gather some fall bounty to fill one of these glass vases. They’ll look fantastic with your orange bedding.
Lulu and Georgia
An earthy, burnt orange rug conjures images of pumpkin patches and bonfires. This particular rug can work in any style, from traditional to boho and farmhouse to minimalist thanks to its tonal texture.