For boho and shabby-chic lovers, Anthro’s colorful prints, fringed throws, and ruffly duvets will surely delight. Multiple area locations; anthropologie.com.
With everything you need for a well-made bed, this site includes guides for choosing comforters, pillows, sheet fabric, and thread counts.
Graphic-print sheets, quilts, and duvets for the modern-minded, plus updated takes on floral and nature patterns.
This Old Town boutique carries linens by Haute Home and Matouk—and will monogram sheets and shams on-site. 309 Cameron St., Alexandria; 703-746-9702.
As it is with fashion, Neiman’s is the place for couture bedding. Our favorites: the luxurious faux-fur throws. Mazza Gallerie, 202-966-9700; Tysons Galleria, 703-761-1600.
Amy Rutherford’s offerings include John Robshaw exotic prints, Taylor Linens quilts, and blankets from Brahms Mount. 1117 King St., Alexandria; 703-838-0355.
The Bethesda shop focuses on linens, throws, and blankets made of Turkish cotton, plus vibrant, hand-sewn accent pillows. 7123 Bethesda La., Bethesda; 301-656-2302.
Mix and match Serena & Lily’s modern-preppy collections of stripes, patterns, and solids.
Choose from luxe bedding lines such as Matouk, Sferra, and Signoria Firenze, plus throws and pillows from one-of-a-kind textiles. 1529 14th St., NW, 202-234-2020; 2910 District Ave., Fairfax, 703-992-9494.
Owner Aimee Wedlake Lange will personally curate your bed, pulling from multiple brands for a custom look. 295 Sunset Park Dr., Herndon; 703-437-3500.
Classic French textiles for the bedroom—from soothing neutrals to saturated shades—never go out of style. 10301 Old Georgetown Rd., Bethesda, 301-897-5009; 6651 Old Dominion Dr., McLean, 703-356-3085.
This article appears in our March 2016 issue of Washingtonian.