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All the Best Brooklinen Cyber Monday Deals

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If you’ve been eyeing some new sheets or a plush robe at Brooklinen the past few days, this is your last chance: Brooklinen’s Cyber Monday sale — a continuation of its 25 percent off sitewide Black Friday sale — ends today, November 28. Per the brand, this the biggest Cyber Monday sale it’s had to date, with just about all full-price items 25 percent off; last year’s sale was only 20 percent off. (The only exclusions are products from partner brands and already discounted pieces.) So if you’ve been thinking about upgrading to its super-plush towels, silky bedsheets, supportive-yet-soft pillows, or fluffy bathrobes, now is the time to hit it.

To help you make the most of Brooklinen’s sitewide sale, we rounded up our most stood-behind Brooklinen picks below — lots of which would make excellent gifts and all of which come highly recommended by Strategist staffers, interior designers, and even a Michelin-starred chef. Some colors and sizes have already sold out, though, and these deals really do end tonight, so as always, don’t dillydally.

When writer Lauren Ro went on a hunt to find the best bath towel, Brooklinen’s Super-Plush towel quickly rose to the top. It’s our favorite overall pick with very high absorbency and fast-drying Turkish cotton fibers. Architectural designer Madelynn Ringo goes so far as to call it “more robe than towel … incredible at soaking up water, and the threads are really durable, no snagging.”

If you want a clean and crisp duvet cover that won’t break the bank but will give you the look and feel of a hotel bed, Ro recommends this percale option — especially if you’re looking to complete a quintessential all-white bedding look. But if you prefer something more tonal, it’s also available in 12 other colors and patterns.

Brooklinen’s down pillows are available in three different density levels: plush, mid-plush, and firm. They’re all on sale, but we’re fans of the plush version, which is their cushiest option. It’s completely filled with Canadian-down clusters — and is great for stomach sleepers.

If you’re ready to buy linen sheets but don’t want to spend a fortune, former Strategist senior writer Lauren Levy says these feel like “an angel’s kiss” and made her “fall in love with linen sheets.” They’re made in Portugal from European flax, which gives them an immediately worn-in feel that only gets softer over time and with each wash.

We named these our favorite sateen bed sheets after Strategist staffers, interior designers, and even a Michelin-starred chef sang their praises. They have a silkier (and more substantial) feel than percale, according to Ro, and interior designer Molly Schoneveld says, “They feel like butter and still look and feel great after many times in the wash.”

Brooklinen Super-Plush Robe

This is the incredibly fluffy bathrobe that Strategist writer Ambar Pardilla loves so much that she convinced at least two people to buy it. It’s made of the same material as our favorite towels, so according to Pardilla, it’s truly a “​​bathrobe — I go straight from wearing it to lotioning up without needing a towel to wipe away leftover water.” It’s so cozy, in fact, that Pardilla has “been known to accidentally nod off in it after a particularly late shower.”

And for the waffle-weave diehards, writer and digital creator Carrie Carrollo recommends this robe, which is plush and bouncy with the perfect weight to dry off without feeling smothered.

This is what made me believe in the powers of a silk pillowcase: It never sticks to my face after I’ve slapped on my skin care and is incredibly soft but not slick. And unlike most silk pillowcases, it comes in funky new patterns every season. (I’m partial to the celestial print, which is available year-round and is on sale.)

Interior designer Linda Hayslett recommends Brooklinen’s down-alternative comforter because of the long-staple cotton-sateen shell’s softness and fluffy looks. It comes in three different weights and each is filled with hypoallergenic recycled PET microfiber.

Another highly rated down alternative: Brooklinen’s hypoallergenic pillows, which provide the same level of comfort as their down pillows but are made with recycled plastic bottles. There’s only one level of support, but it’s available in three sizes — standard, king, and a square Euro size.

For hot sleepers who still want a nice-looking bed topper, this quilt is both pretty and functional. It’s even hand-sewn — Brooklinen says each one takes about six days to make — and comes in either neutral or bold colors.

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All the Best Brooklinen Cyber Monday Deals