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17 Master Bedroom Comforter Ideas

Comforters are...well, comfortable. They're cozy and warm and the perfect blanket for cold winter nights, so you want one in your master bedroom. The thing is, you don't want just any comforter for the grandest bedroom in the house. You want something luxurious and warm that's also beautiful and maybe even regal, depending on your bedroom style. Browse through these Master Bedroom Comforter Ideas to make sure you have the best for your room!


1) Egyptian Cotton

One of the most important decisions you can make about your comforter is the material. You don't want a pretty and fancy-looking comforter that's scratchy and hurts to sleep with! Egyptian cotton is a soft and durable material that makes an excellent blanket or comforter, and when it comes to furnishing your master bedroom, you want nothing but the softest materials. If you have a dog sleeping on the bed with you, you'll want something durable so that you don't end up with a ragged comforter and little balls of blanket filling everywhere.

2) Rustic

If your house has a rustic theme, you'll want the master bedroom to feel like a small cabin. One of the cheapest and most effective ways to make your bedroom match a theme is to get blankets or sheets that match it. They cost less than arranging a large number of decorations and full-sized paintings, but they cover a large area and help make your theme apparent. For a cabin-themed room, you can get a rustic comforter like this one.

3) DIY Make One Yourself

If you can't find a comforter that looks right, you might have to make one instead. Making your own comforter might seem like a daunting task, but there are many advantages, and you don't want to skimp when it comes to decorating the master bedroom. If you make the comforter yourself, you can choose any pattern or image you like and ensure that it fits your theme. This way, you're not settling for something that isn't quite right. If you're not a sewing expert, you can use this video tutorial to get started.

4) Deep Colored Patterns

Deep colors tend to look rich and inviting and give a cozy and luxurious impression. If you want your master bedroom to look regal, one way to do it is to pick a comforter with a dark pattern that matches the room's color scheme. Patterns work best if you have wood walls or if the colors in the design match the colors of the walls and carpeting. For example, you can use a dark green comforter set like this one in a rustic bedroom or in any room with a lot of wood or dark green furnishings.

5) Ruffle Patterns

If you want your master bedroom to be elegant and fancy, you'll need a comforter that's plush and decorative. The bed is the centerpiece of the room, so you need the bed to match any theme you design. For a fancy room, think about getting a comforter with a ruffled pattern like this one from Amazon to make the bed look elegant and help make the entire room feel luxurious. This set comes with pillow shams to match so that you won't have to search for matching pillows.

6) Revitalize Old Comforters

If you already have a comforter, you don't need to throw it out, particularly if you can't find the perfect replacement. If you're struggling to find a comforter that looks just right and don't want to replace your old one yet, you can actually reuse the old comforter and change the way it looks. In this tutorial, Cindy from DIY Beautify describes how she took an old comforter and a blanket and made them into a new comforter. Think about expanding your search to find a blanket you like and sewing it onto a comforter the way Cindy did.

7) Vintage or Retro

A master bedroom should have some element of timelessness since they're often passed down from one generation to the next if a family lives in the same home long enough. If you want to give the impression that your home has been in the family a long time or even just make the home feel timeless, vintage or retro comforters are a good way to make the master bedroom seem like it's been occupied longer than it has. You can buy a comforter set like this that's designed to look vintage, or shop around until you find a vintage one.

8) Gold

If you want your master bedroom to be glamorous, you don't want neutral colors and stale vintage furnishings. Instead, look for plush and bright comforters like this gold one. Gold is a great choice for a glam master bedroom, and you can get a gold comforter like this with a deep, rich color that’ll make the room look regal. If you aren't a fan of gold, you can look for a silver or deep grey comforter for a glam bedroom instead.

9) Vintage

If you want to create a vintage or old fashioned look for your master bedroom, you might be running into a problem. You can find tables, chairs, and other furniture in an antique store or even at tag sales, but do you really want to buy somebody's old comforter? A vintage comforter might be important to complete a vintage theme, so try using these directions by Jolie Kerr to get a comforter clean, no matter how dirty it was.

10) Navy and Grey

If you don't have a clear theme set in your mind, you might need to go with some neutral colors, but neutral doesn't mean bland! Navy and grey are neutral colors that can create a bold and rich look. While they look good in any master bedroom, a deeper grey and navy will create a masculine look, so if you're a woman or couple, you might want a lighter grey like the color on this comforter from Amazon.

11) DIY Blanket Chest

Comforters are warm and cozy, but they can be a problem in the summer since they're too hot for most people in warmer weather. That said, it's a master bedroom, and you don't want it to look cluttered and dirty, so you don't want to just toss the comforter off every night. Think about building a nice blanket chest to store your bedding in, and buy a set of lighter blankets that still match your theme to use in the summer. You can use this video to learn how to make a nice blanket chest.

12) Floral

A lot of vintage wallpapers, upholstery, quilts, and comforters are floral. Flowers have been a go-to decoration for a long time, and most people like the way they look. If you want a pretty and slightly old fashioned look, any floral comforter will improve an old fashioned themed room. Try getting a bold flowered comforter like this one from Amazon to match a vintage room but still make a unique look. The comforter has birds and deep colors to make it stand out from other floral comforters.

13) DIY Duvet Cover

You might be thinking about a duvet, but you've settled for looking for an inexpensive cover instead. If that's the case, you can still make a beautiful duvet that makes your master bedroom look amazing. Check out the instructions in this article from Our Pastimes to learn how you can make a custom duvet cover to turn a comforter into a gorgeous duvet. One of the greatest things about this craft is that you'll have many more options when choosing how you want the cover to look.

14) Solid Color

It's easy to underestimate the value of a simple, solid-colored comforter, but they're great decorating tools, and if you're not a skilled interior designer, they're easy to match to your theme; just pick a comforter in a color that you have a lot of. If you have grey walls, get a grey comforter. If you want to add a little more dimension, try similar colors instead of an exact match. For example, if your walls are brown, orange, or any fall color, you can get a pumpkin-colored comforter like this one from Amazon.

15) Reversible

Your master bedroom is an important part of your home, and you want it to look nice all the time, but that can be a problem if you're in a rush in the mornings. Reversible comforters like this one from Amazon are a great way to speed up the process of making the bed since you don't have to worry about which side is up, and if you're really in a rush, you can drape them over the whole bed, and it won't look terrible.

16) Down

You're probably thinking about finding a comforter that looks good and matches any theme you have for your master bedroom, but the appearance isn't the only thing that matters. Have you thought about what should be inside your comforter? If you haven't, we'd suggest goose down. Down comforters are some of the softest and warmest kinds, and you want only the best for your master bedroom. If there's a place to splurge on a good blanket, the master bedroom is it. You can read about the benefits of a down comforter in this article by Did You Know Homes.

17) Ethnic

If you have an eclectic bedroom or if you like to include decorations from a variety of cultures, your comforter doesn't have to be an exception to this. You can get an ethnic comforter like this or choose a comforter with patterns that are common in a particular culture. Whatever you choose, it can create a bright and unique look that very few master bedrooms or homes will have, and the variety of patterns and styles will give you something fascinating to look at and enjoy.


Did this article help you pick a comforter or inspire you to make something unique? Tell us what you've decided to do in the comments below. We'd love to hear about it!


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