At Lulu and Georgia, our mission is to bring beauty to your home—and a beautiful home also means a functional one. Creating a bed that you’ll look forward to retreating to each night and will love the way it looks when it’s made can be a tricky balance. Our bedding collection features all of the foundational pieces that you need for a good night’s sleep and beautiful layering pieces to add style.

Start with the Base Layers

Before you start thinking about what exactly you want your bed to look like, consider what you want it to feel like. The different materials of bedding will help inform your base. We consider the base to be sheets, pillowcases, and a duvet cover. Typically, we like for the sheets and pillowcases to be the same material but the duvet could be different depending on your preferences. There is much debate about whether or not to use a top sheet but again, it’s totally up to you. Depending on the season or the look you’re going for, a top sheet can be a nice additional layer but if you’re looking for a bed that’s easy to make each morning, then you may want to skip it.

Bedding Materials

Woven from flax, the natural fibers keep you warm when it's cold and cool when it's hot—lasting comfort that gets softer with every wash.
Sateen & Bamboo
In addition to its soft, silky feel, sateen bedding is wrinkle-resistant for that smooth finish when you make the bed. A good choice for cool sleepers.
This eco-friendly fiber offers a breathable fabric that's soft from the first touch and made to last. Great for hot or cool sleepers.
Cotton Percale
Percale feels crisp and cool, like the fresh side of your pillow. Its closely woven fibers are breathable and lightweight, making it ideal bedding for warm sleepers.

Layer Up

Once you have your base in mind, then it’s time for the fun part. This is where you can really start to consider how you want your bed to look. Accents like coverlets, quilts, and shams give a bed that perfectly polished look. Consider this an area to mix in different textures, colors, or patterns to add some dimension to the room. 

Minimal and Sleek

If you’re looking for a simple bedding look that’s easy to make each morning - we love going minimal with decorative pillows, a duvet, and a crisply folded throw. If you have the extra time, tucking your duvet into your bed frame adds a touch of hotel-worthy polish. Since this look is so minimal, we love using a more decorative pillow case to level it up.

Layered and Tailored

If you’re looking for a more layered bed that still looks polished, we like to start with two pillows stacked on either side of the bed. From there, accent pillows can provide shape, color, and texture. You can go more maximal here with multiple accent pillows or keep it simple with one long lumbar or bolster. Percale bedding is great in this look as it’s a bit more refined and crisp.

Organic and Undone

If you like the look of a bed that looks ready to sink right into, using layers of drapey linen is the way to go. In this look, we stayed within a set color palette and layered on two different throws in different colors to add additional volume. It’s full and cozy without being overly fussy.

Bold and Patterned

If you’re looking to go for something a bit bolder, using pattern as the main feature of the bedroom is a great way to make a statement. This can be especially fun in a guest room. We let the bedding speak for itself in this look but you could definitely layer on a throw for added texture and warmth.