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Everything at Brooklinen Is 20 Percent Off Right Now

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Brooklinen — makers of some of our editors’ favorite linen sheets — turns six years old this May, and in celebration, just about everything on their website is 20 percent off. And since the weather’s finally getting warmer, now’s a good time to stock up on their airy linen bedding, a plush robe to live in for the next few months, or perhaps some towels and comforters for a bit of a refresh. Below, some of our tried-and-true favorites, all of which are on sale with the code BDAY (that’s automatically applied at checkout). One note: We’ve featured prices for queen-size bedding, to make comparison shopping a bit easier, but other sizes are available.

The linen sheets that won over former Strategist writer Lauren Levy, despite her initial skepticism. She said, “The Belgian flax here is stonewashed for an immediately worn-in feel that only gets softer over time and with each wash. It’s so cozy, so soft, that you’re more likely to find little puffs of rogue linen stuck on your hair or in your beard than feel coarse strands poking you in the night.”

From $135

These luxe sateen sheets are all-time Brooklinen best sellers for a reason. Former Strategist writer David Notis bought them last April and described them as “really soft” without “the shiny look other sateen sheets sometimes get.”

Another linen hit we’d recommend if you’ve been searching for a cooling duvet cover.

A duvet cover that interior designers love, which we’ve recommended before for a “crisp look and feel.”

A lightweight down-alternative comforter if you want the comfort of down without overheating.

We own one of these elegantly stitched quilts (which have a tendency sell out on the site) and can vouch that they are the ideal summer to winter mid-weight blanket, in a goes-with-everything white.

If you’re in the market for both a new quilt and new shams, now is a good time to spring for the set.

An extra-soft blanket that comes in a variety of neutral colors.

And a fringed wool option at a slightly lower price point (Corgi not included).


We included Brooklinen’s loungewear in Don’t Dillydally when it was first released, and still think the pieces would make appropriately comfy “sloungewear” to wear around your apartment and to the bodega.