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Our Favorite Robes, Bedding, and More From Parachute Are 20 Percent Off Right Now

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If you’ve been wanting to refresh your bedding and home décor, Parachute’s Memorial Day sale offers the perfect excuse to spruce things up. We’ve been singing the praises of their sheets and bathrobes for years, and now you can get (practically) everything for 20 percent off.

To save you the hassle of searching through hundreds of items, we’ve rounded up some of our top picks for the bathroom, bedroom, and more (you can also check out our Parachute brand guide). You’ll find Strategist-approved linen sheets, a hotel-quality mattress, and an actually nice-looking canvas dog bed — all designed with the quality you’ve come to expect from the retailer. This is Parachute’s only sale before Black Friday and Cyber Monday, so make sure to take advantage of the discount, which ends on May 30.


“It’s positioned as a luxury, hotel-style mattress, and it really feels like one,” says former Strategist senior editor Margaret Rhodes of this firm option that was included in our one-stop-shop review. The mattress is designed with more resistance in the center for back support and more softness at the top and bottom for pressure-point relief.

According to SleepingOcean founder Alex Savy, this down-alternative topper will cushion your mattress with a material that’s lighter (and less restricting) than memory foam and latex.

European white down fills this comforter that’s as warm as it is fluffy. Double-stitched seams make it sturdy, while baffle-box construction keeps the down evenly distributed.

A new insert should be accompanied by a new duvet cover — like this Egyptian-cotton one that, as Chris Black says, “doesn’t add any heaviness to my comforter (keeping me cool).”

Parachute Down Pillow
From $104

Trade in your sad, deflated pillows for these supportive-yet-airy down ones that were named the best overall choice in our expert review. The fill is composed of 85 percent down and 15 percent down-and-feather fibers; the exterior is 100 percent sateen. Soft, medium, and firm densities are available.

This Strategist-tested-and-approved set was crowned the best overall pick in our review of linen sheets. Sweaty sleepers will love that the breathable fabric gets softer over time.

From $111

If, like interior designer Kate Lester, you prefer a more traditional, crisp cotton sheet, try these percale ones that she says are “lightweight and durable.”


Not many robes can have had a waiting list nearly 2,000 people long, but this Turkish-cotton one did — and it was named the best less expensive option in our Best in Class review. A favorite of many Strategist readers, this not-too-thick but very warm robe has been a best-seller multiple times.

This lightweight (but cozy) robe was named the best overall waffle-knit selection in our roundup of house robes. “It’s thin, while feeling cushiony enough to give you those comforting spalike vibes,” says Alisha Ramos, founder of Girls’ Night In. For those who find the classic robe a bit too plush to do anything but sit around in, this lighter alternative won’t saddle you with excess weight.

From $39

Interior designers identified these thin and moisture-wicking towels as the best waffle option in our poll of experts. Home stager Meridith Baer describes the honeycomb weave as “fast-drying and very soft.”

From $11

Chris Black includes these plush bath towels, which he prefers in simple white, in his travel must-haves. (He also suggests gifting the bundled version to newlyweds.)

If your bath mat has seen better days, replace it with this machine-washable rug available in standard and runner sizes.


For a rug that pulls your room together, this basket-woven one is a favorite of former Strategist writer Hilary Reid, who notes that the 100-percent-wool composition adds a touch of texture.

Dog beds can be an eyesore, but this two-tone stonewashed-canvas cushion is a subtle addition to any room. Depending on your dog’s weight, you can choose the small (up to 35 pounds) or large (up to 75 pounds) version.

This hand-braided palm-leaf hamper comes with a lid to keep dirty laundry out of sight. The natural shade suits almost any room, while the black version adds a bit of edge.

If plastic storage bins aren’t to your taste, these minimalist canvas baskets will elevate (and organize) any room. They come in three sizes, so you can pick a small one to hide under the bed or a taller one to tuck into a corner.


Designed to match the classic bathrobe mentioned above, these slippers use the same plush terry fabric and have rubber soles — so you don’t slip.

If you’re a socks-and-slippers person, Parachute has you covered with these cozy, upcycled-cotton crew-length socks that come in gray, raisin, and flax.

Match your new linen sheets to these breezy pajamas that can be styled as separates for a casual look.

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The 20 Best Items from Parachute’s 20-Percent-Off Sale