For couples, it can sometimes be hard finding bedding that suits both people (hands up who’s partner has said no to anything remotely floral?), but if you look carefully there are some good options that should suit everyone. Here are some ideas for gender neutral bedlinen.
White Seersucker bedding
White bedding is a great choice if you’re having difficulty agreeing on colour schemes and is the perfect base for a gender neutral decor scheme. This seersucker bedding proves that white certainly doesn’t have to be boring, as the weave and button details add texture and depth. Team it with other neutral accessories, such as a throw for the bed, lampshades or a piece of art for the wall.
The Finley collection mixes shades of indigo blue with soft grey and white. It’s suitably masculine without being overpowering and the look could be lightened by teaming it with silver or chrome lighting and accessories. The duvet cover set is currently priced from just £11.99, with coordinating curtains priced from £19.99.
Jigsaw Romantic Bird bedding
Grey is a good colour to use for gender neutral decor. Why not bring some shades of grey to your bedroom with this Jigsaw Romantic Bird set. The duvet is reversible, so you can mix and match between patterned and plain.
Blue Indi collection
The Blue Indi collection of bedlinen and curtains from Dunelm Mill is fresh and stylish. The patterned stripes on crisp white provide just the right amount of colour without it being overpowering and you can team it with a matching bed cover if you wish.
Bath Stripe duvet cover
If your other half isn’t averse to a little bit of colour, then this Bath Stripe duvet cover from Joules might suit. Reminiscent of vintage striped deck chairs, the jaunty design features a good mix of colours. For the super fussy, the fact that it’s reversible and plain on the other side might just swing it. Alternatively, you could tone down the small amount of, ahem, pink in it by teaming it with a mustard throw or blue cushions.3