Bookish Bedding Ideas For Reading Nerds

Most readers love to share their love of reading with the world. Be it with their clothing, accessories, bumper stickers, or pet names, readers love sharing and showing their bookish pride. When decorating your home, why not add a bit of bookish flair? Especially with bedding—many readers, myself included, like to read in bed. One can never have too many blankets or pillows in my opinion.

These ten bookish bedding ideas should get you started.

Celebrate your favorite horror author with this blanket featuring some of Stephen King’s many titles.

 

Make a nod to your ever-growing TBR stack with this humorous Mount TBR pillow.

 

Cozy up under this quilt featuring a whimsical bookcase. Handmade and made to order, this quilt is perfect for book lovers.

 

Twelve little girls in two straight lines—this nostalgic duvet cover features the original cover art.

 

This beautiful blanket features scenes from classics by Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Harper Lee, and others, in soft colors. Custom options allow you to choose size and fabric.

 

Enjoy better sleep under this blanket providing comfortable weight with a plush book-print design.

 

 

Brighten up any bedroom with these colorful pillowcases, featuring iconic Superhero phrases. These pillowcases available in standard or king size.

 

This precious printed blanket is perfect for little readers, but is also available in larger sizes as well.

 

Add a nautical touch to any bedroom with this linen-feel pillow featuring the notorious whale and a quotation from Melville’s Moby Dick.

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Courtney Rodgers: Courtney is a Texas-based writer and editor, who holds a B.A. in Theatre and Creative Writing. In the past ten years, she has traveled to exactly ten different countries, performing, teaching English, and eating foods she would never eat back home. Courtney's greatest accomplishment is keeping her houseplants and rosebushes alive. Twitter:@wednesdaythinks Website: courtneyrodgersediting.com