Echo Jaipur Bedding


echo jaipur comforter echodesign Echo Jaipur Bedding I am in love with this gorgeous bedding by EchoDesigns.  The colors are bold and beautiful, and the pattern is divine.  I love the spa blue with the tangy yellow and saturated berry.  I’m thinking I’d paint the walls in . . .




an icy blue like Benjamin Moore’s Woodlawn Blue HC-147.    Dark hardwood floors would pair beautifully.


echo jaipur comforter via yovia Echo Jaipur Bedding




A great ceramic gourd lamp like this green one from HomeGoods would look great on either side of the bed on dark wood sidetables. Green Ceramic Table Lamp by theproperhunt Echo Jaipur Bedding



Or maybe some bolder yellow curvacious lamps from HomeGoods, like this: Yellow Lamps via apartment therapy Echo Jaipur Bedding





Photo Credits:  EchoDesigns, HomeGoods, Apartment Therapy.

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Comments

  1. Vicky Riddle says:

    Hey Kristie, Is the gourd lamp something similar to what you were talking about for Glynn’s office as a desk lamp? Still waiting on carpet, but hope to get soon!!!

    • Drue McGinn says:

      Hey Kristie, I love the bedding and it’s in my room right now but I’m having a very hard time finding curtain that would match perfectly. I have light yellow walls and beige carpet. Any Suggestions?

  2. Vicky,
    Yes, I had in mind something like that. Hope you get your carpet in soon!

  3. I LOVE this bedding, too! It matches my new wall color perfectly. However, I cannot find the standard shams anywhere! I bought the queen duvet from linensource.com. I even emailed customer svc at Echo Design who reported that none of their retailers had it in stock anymore. I’m so disappointed and am tempted to buy a twin cover, cut it and make my own shams! Still searching in denial which is how I landed on your blog. If you know where I can get the coordinates for this bedding I’d greatly appreciate your leads!
    Thanks!
    Nikki

  4. Hi Kristie! We love your ideas on how to create a whole look around the Jaipur bedding! Thank you for the inspiration :) I’m also writing to Nikki to respond about the Standard Shams. Yes – we’ve had a lot of demand for this bedding but I can tell you it IS on order and we will be re-stocking this as soon as we can. We will be glad to notify you via email or you can always check our Facebook page http://bit.ly/EchoDesignFacebook or feel free to email me at AskADesigner(at)echodesign(dot)com Thanks!

  5. Hey! I just found this website while I was looking for this bedding for my daughter. I found everything I needed on Amazon, except the euro shams. I am going to paint her room the color you sugested and cross my fingers that all will turn out beautifully. Thank you.

  6. Hi there! The complete Jaipur bedding collection is back in stock now at http://www.echodesign.com – and this pattern is also available in bath accessories too! Thanks again :) Happy days! -Jennifer

  7. Jennifer – Thank you so much for giving my readers the update about your bedding collection being back in stock now! Can’t wait to check out the coordinating bath accessories!

  8. I purchased this bedding. I bought the duvet cover, with tons of pillows. I love it and am completely redecorating my bedroom around it. My problem is that I need a bedskirt and it appears you cannot buy the matching skirt separate from the comforter set. Does anyone have any ideas on what to do? I cannot replace my furniture – I just bought it!!

    • Laura,
      You could always purchase a plain white bedskirt – there is white in the bedding, so it would look as though it actually came with the bedding. Or is the comforter large enough to use without it, cleaning stuff out from under your bed? I often buy the next size up (king) for full or queen beds so I don’t have to mess with the bedskirt. Thanks for stopping by The Decorologist! :)

    • Hi Laura, got my bedskirt at Bed Bath Beyond, sold seperately. Purchased the entire collection from Macy’s,com and Painted my walls the perfect seafoam green as in the bedskirt from Sherwin Williams #2035-50
      The color makes me smile every morning.

  9. Hi Ladies, I just purchased this bedding setting for my master bedroom and am having the hardest time finding artwork to go over my bed. I’m going for a calming lux feel. Does anyone have any suggestions?
    My walls are painted a buttery yellow and I have a mix of dark brown (night stands) and blond (dresser) furniture.

  10. Cindy Ellis says:

    What color curtain would you suggest. My daughter who is a senior in college has purchased the bedding set and has one window in her bedroom and would love a “red” curtain to match the “red” in the comforter–any suggestions? thanks for your help–cindy

    • Cindy, I think it might be difficult to find the right “red” or raspberry for that bedding set – it would probably be easier to find spa blue panels that would match, maybe in a raw silk?

  11. I’m also using the echo jaipur bedding. I was considering painting my walls grey. What do you think? In our master bath, if it matters, we have sea foam colored tile.

    Thank you

  12. I have also purchased the comforter set and thought gray would be a good neutral color for the walls but the previous owners of the house put a wallpaper border at the top of the walls and sanded down the area under the border. Any ideas what I could do with the the top 10 inches of the wall instead of hanging another border? A border would be hard to find to coordinate with the design.
    Thanks
    Christi

    • Ugh – border is awful. You might want to consider getting someone to skim coat your walls with drywall compound to fix that – otherwise, the only think I can think to do is to install a wide piece of plywood and top with a bit of crown moulding – you’d have some awesome moulding, but that would take some $$ and effort. Good luck!

  13. Do any of you have pictures of the way you’ve designed your room around the bedding set? I’m having such a hard time finding the right accessories and curtains to go with the bedding. I would love to get inspiration from what you guys have done. Please?? :) I love the bedding and dont want to give up on it.

  14. Beth Edwards says:

    Hi there! came across this blog, and wanted to put my two cents in on this bedding set. We just purchased this set for our master suite. I love reds and my husband loves browns and greens. Somehow we both fell in love with this set, and purchased all components except the sheets and bedskirt. The bright colors on their own do enough for the room, so we decided to take the hints of taupe and chocolate brown found throught the pattern and use those colors for drapes, sheets blankets and bedskirt. As well as towels for the bathroom (to go with the matching shower curtain). Our bed is iron in a taupe/silver with matching side tables. We found some inexpensive eastern looking artwork with similar colors at a big box retailer. It all came together great!

  15. I am a bit late to this party, but I just scored this bedding on mega discount and I am absolutely in love. I only purchased the duvet cover (so far) because I don’t want to be too matchy matchy. I so appreciated all of the comments and your write-up when deciding to purchase.

    My question is this: I am freshly out of law school, on a tight budget, and living in a very white white white apartment that can’t be painted. I purchased this duvet in large part because it is so bright and colorful. However, now I’m at a loss for what to do with the painted furniture I’m still sporting from my school days. I have two brown dressers, a navy nightstand and a bright green nightstand. None of this looks awful, but it doesn’t look great either.

    Any advice that you can give will be so so appreciated!

    • Emily,
      You could choose one of the colors from your bedding (maybe the spa blue/green color) to paint your furniture. Actually, paint on furniture always goes on lighter than you’d expect, so go a shade or 2 darker than the color you choose from the bedding. Paint (prime first!) your side tables and one dresser the same color, then choose a complimentary neutral color for the other dresser. Maybe a light gray? I’d then go to HomeGoods or TJ Maxx and find a pair of fabulous ceramic lamps for your bedside tables. Think oversized, not puny and choose something like the bright yellow ones I included in the post. Hope that helps!

  16. Bought this bedding a year and half ago, and it has been in storage waiting for my 20 year old to move into her apartment. She really wants white furniture, but is afraid it won’t look good – what do you think?
    Also she really wants to accent the room with the red, but not so sure about curtains.
    Hoping to make a padded headboard for her also.
    Any and all suggestions are needed. She really wants a pulled together and complete look.
    Thanks.

    • Jo, this bedding will look great with white furniture. The background of it is white (not cream), so it’ll tie in beautifully. If she chooses to accent with red, I suggest she choose a red on the pink side (almost raspberry) rather than one with an orange or brown undertone. Nothing better than a nice, padded headboard!

      • I found some great material at JoAnns to match the red PERFECTLY… planning on sewing some easy curtains for my daughters room… not a sewer… so hopefully it will look good????? :)

        • Leigh-Anne says:

          Cheryl, would you mind sharing the name and brand of the fabric you found at JoAnns. I am in the process of redoing my daughters room with this bedding and have been looking for some coordinating fabrics! Thank you so much!

  17. What do you think of using this bedding for two young girls (7 and 5)? Although the print is a little grown up, I thought they could grow into and I might be able to do some more “kidish” things in different parts of the room. Plus I hate just about every set of children’s bedding that I’ve seen, as it looks too babyish. They will be sharing a room and have bunk beds, so my other concern is that with having to use two of the same comforters it might be too matchy matchy.

    • i think it’d be a nice departure from the expected kids’ bedding – maybe you could choose different-colored sheet sets for the girls and a coordinating blanket for the end of the beds so they aren’t exactly the same?

  18. Alpa Patel says:

    I love your website so much. You also have a very nice way of explaining stuff even to someone like me who is very bad and matching colors. I love this bedding and would love to us eit in my guest bedroom. The room currently is all white and the lighting is some were between a dark room and a bright room. I have a adjacent study room which is painted blue and I don’t want to use a similar color for this room. The question I had was can I use the exact yellow from the bedding on one wall (accent wall) were the headboard of the bed rest and leave the rest of the walls white? My furniture is dark brown. To tone the color down I could use a white bedsheet and bed skirt. If you think Yellow wont work can you suggest another color for the accent wall. Thank you so much for your help.

  19. I have this bedding in my master bedroom and I absolutely love it. I found beautiful teal lamps at Home Goods that match it perfectly. I’m really struggling with what to put on the walls.

    Any ideas?

  20. I was curious if this will look good with my master bedroom furniture? It is black with a dark wood top. Also, what art work would you suggest? And color of walls?? Thanks!

  21. Tammy Coleman says:

    I have been looking for curtains and/or material to make a curtain for this set.  What color yellow or red would look best? The walls are creme on top with the bottom part of the wall the spa blue color. Sheets are the spa blue/green color. I was hoping for red curtains, but either red or the yellow will do. Please help.  She has had a bare window for 6 months now.

  22. I just bought this comforter for my guest bedroom. I have three pieces of random old wood furniture that my husband brought from his apartment in this room. The three pieces are beautiful but the wood is not. I need suggestions on what color to paint the walls and also what can I do with these pieces of furniture? Also, I have an old door I am planning on painting and using as a headboard. Any suggestions?!?!?!

  23. Jessica Broussard says:

    My four year old son cut the bed skirt! Yes, cut the bed skirt!!  I'm on a mission to buy a new one but not having any luck.  Anybody know where I could find just a bed skirt?  Btw I love this set!!!

    • Danielle Sims says:

      I bought this comforter set in King and my bed doesn’t require a bed skirt so I put it up for auction on ebay if anyone is interersted in the king bed skirt only. It is brand new.

  24. Danielle Sims says:

    I bought this comforter set in King and my bed doesn’t require a bed skirt so I put it up for auction on ebay if anyone is interersted in the king bed skirt only. It is brand new.

  25. Please suggest a wall color I can use with the Jalpur bedding????I was thinking of a gray.Any ideas would help me .Thanks

  26. Samantha says:

    Hi! My roomate purchased this bedding for our dorm this Fall. I’m trying to match the bedding without buying the same (it’s a wee bit expensive for my wallet!). Any suggestions??

  27. Hi there – I’m really leaning toward purchasing this bedding, but worried it will be too much yellow or the yellows will clash as my walls are yellow. Kind of a #2 pensil yellow. The blinds are cream colored. Any thoughts??? Thanks!

  28. Trudy DeFelice says:

    I also bought the twin Echo Jaipur Bedding. Can you give me a paint shade or number in the beige or sandy shades of color? I am wondering if I should go with the darker or lighter shades. I am planning to go with the nubby linen type draperies.

  29. Jennifer says:

    I also have this bedding. I currently have red (stained look over pine from Ikea) furniture, and I would like input on whether to paint the furniture or the walls or both? If I kept the red furniture, what wall color and curtain color could I use? Or, if I painted the red furniture, what color should I paint it, and what wall color then?

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