MASCULINE BEDDING FOR MEN
You’ve finally landed your ideal job, and you can’t wait to embellish and customize your own
space. You’ve got a cool mid-century modern vibe going on, hung some interesting art on the
walls, tucked a few houseplants here and there, and you even bought a rug for the living room.
Everything is going swimmingly.
However, most men have little idea how to decorate their bedrooms, particularly the bed. Most
people would settle with a plain, all-black bedspread made of polyester, together with
inexpensive matching black sheets and pillows, making their bed appear more like a black pit
than the focal point of their bedroom.
What distinguishes a duvet from a comforter,
bedspread, and blanket?
Duvet covers are the beautiful fabric shams that surround the duvet, which should not be
confused with duvets. The fluffy white object is the duvet itself.
Consider it like this: The “pillow” is the duvet, and the “pillow case” is the duvet cover. The
“cushion” with the color or pattern sewed on is what is typically referred to as a comforter in the
context of bedding, making it impossible to wash without taking the entire item to a dry cleaner.
Because they are much simpler to wash than a bedspread, duvet covers are fantastic. Just like
with sheets, remove the duvet cover from the duvet and wash it in the same manner. An easycare duvet and duvet cover are the best option for bedding.
Bed sheets and blankets
A bedspread often has no filling, unlike a comforter or duvet; it is more like a blanket. A second
technique to dress up your bedding is to layer two blankets or quilts that go well together. For
instance, a superior plain blanket over top of a blanket with a traditional pattern. This is a carefree choice as well. The top layer can be be taken off during the warmer months.
Your decision should be based on your preferred sleeping position and the seasonal temperature
variation in your area. It could be more sensible to use a mid-weight duvet and blanket in
combination if you have chilly winters and hot summers so you can remove a layer when it
Duvet covers and comforters for men
Duvet Cover in Chambray Washed Cotton by Eikei
As a general guideline, select fabric with an unusual, textured appearance if you like a duvet
cover in a solid hue. The smooth, stonewashed look of this otherwise basic gray duvet
immediately increases its aesthetic appeal. Think at how uninteresting this light gray cotton
duvet cover is in comparison.)
Duvet Cover Set with Stone & Beam Washed Linen Stripes
The rough appearance and feel of linen goes nicely with a traditional striped design. It would
look great in a man’s bedroom with an industrial, mid-century contemporary, or modern
farmhouse theme because its pattern and texture is so adaptable.
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Geometric Modern Duvet Cover from NANKO
Seeking a pattern with more impact? Consider this Rivet duvet cover and matching shams. To
break up the repeated dot pattern, place a white lumbar cushion with black or blue stripes (like
this) in front of the two decorative pillows.
Grey So texture Duvet Cover
If you’re looking for a deeper gray, this modern, textured duvet cover is a more expensive
alternative to the Eikei duvet cover that was previously mentioned.