The positive/negative vibe is fresh and clever. Toss in red pillowcases for even more fun. Cotton sateen.To buy: $129 for full/queen, crateandbarrel.com.
Slightly acidic tones give a girlie pattern some edge. Break up the saturated colors with an ivory throw. Cotton.To buy: $300 for full/queen, pineconehill.com.
Energizing and playful. To dress it up, try mini polka-dot pillows in any of the pattern’s colors. A worthy splurge. Cotton percale.To buy: $705 for queen, gracioushome.com.
A modern interpretation of a traditional tribal pattern. Nice with a yellow throw pillow. Cotton sateen.To buy: $200 for full/queen, bloomingdales.com for stores.
Brings to mind a beautiful shirt from a bespoke tailor. Envision it on a walnut platform bed. Pale gray reverse. Cotton.To buy: $410 for full/queen, yvesdelorme.com for stores.
Whipstitching gives this ethnic pick casual charm. Toss a turquoise throw on top. Cotton percale.To buy: $440 for queen, johnrobshaw.com.
It’s like lying in a field of wildflowers. Made of flannel, but lightweight enough to use year-round.To buy: $108 for queen, garnethill.com.
A charming bed frame (get it?) of intricately embroidered elegance. Exceptionally soft. Cotton.To buy: $495 for queen, gracioushome.com.
A striking blend of shadowy landscape and rich embroidery. Cotton sateen.To buy: $186 for queen, anthropologie.com.
Nubby mini medallions feel luxe, but the price is unbeatable. Cotton.To buy: $119 for full/queen, westelm.com.
Pricey but gorgeous, it’s a tactile treat, down to its coconut-shell buttons. Adds instant chic to a traditional bed. Linen.To buy: $582 for full/queen, coyuchi.com.
Graphic, earthy, and understated, with the bonus of being guy-appropriate. Cotton percale.To buy: $310 for full/queen, includes two standard shams, dwellstudio.com.