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Designer Nicole Richie, celebrity DJ and fitness influencer Hannah Bronfman, and The Bachelor star Nick Viall are just a few stars who have cozied up in Brooklinen’s luxurious and affordable bedsheets — and starting today, everything from the New York-based bedding brand is on sale.
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Brooklinen’s Black Friday sale gets you 20 percent off sitewide, which means you can save big on the brand’s organic bedding, its maximalist printed towels and robes, the new laundry collection and other fresh arrivals in classic and limited-edition colors. The discount applies to bestsellers, bundles and everything on Brooklinen.com.
Brooklinen’s Last Call section, meantime, gets you up to 50 percent off the brand’s organic percale sheet sets, select Flannel Core sheet sets, feather down pillows, robes and loungewear. Brooklinen says this is its biggest sale of the year.
The sale also marks a great time to stock up on seasonal items and gifts for Christmas, Hanukkah, birthdays and more.
Below, we’ve rounded up the best deals from Brooklinen’s epic Black Friday sale. From organic sheet sets to insanely soft tees, see our top picks below, then shop the entire blowout online here.
Brooklinen Organic Hardcore Sheet Bundle
Brooklinen Organic Hardcore Sheet Bundle (reg. $493)
Brooklinen Super-Plush Bath Towels
Brooklinen Super-Plush Bath Towels (reg. $79)
Brooklinen Organic Bed and Bath Bundle
Brooklinen Organic Bed & Bath Bundle (reg. $363 and up)
Brooklinen Checkerboard Robe
Brooklinen Robe (reg. $125)
Brooklinen Down Comforter
Brooklinen Down Comforter (reg. $189 and up)
Brooklinen Linen Duvet Set
Brooklinen Linen Duvet Set (reg. $314 and up)
Brooklinen Luxe Sateen Core Set
Brooklinen Luxe Sateen Core Set (reg. $159 and up)
Brooklinen Pendleton Pattern Throw Blanket
Brooklinen Pendleton Pattern Throw Blanket (reg. $389)
Brooklinen Prospect Tee
Brooklinen Prospect Tee (reg. $28)
Brooklinen Heathered Cashmere Duvet Set
Brooklinen Heathered Cashmere Duvet Set (reg. $378 and up)
Brooklinen Reversible Linen Quilt
Brooklinen Reversible Linen Quilt (reg. $339 and up)
Best Brooklinen Sheets: Percale, Linen, Sateen, Cashmere
We’re fans of Brooklinen’s bedsheets that feel luxurious yet won’t break the bank. Sheet sets range from the five-piece Classic Core Sheet Set to the Heathered Cashmere Core Set, and they come in a range of materials and designs for every type of snoozer.
Hot sleepers will love the Classic Percale, which has a 270 thread count and features a crisp and matte finish to keep your bed cool. The best-selling Luxe Sateen has a 480 thread count and feels soft and buttery-smooth, so they’re gerat for most types of sleepers.
For the summer, the brand’s airy Washed Linen sheets are made of European flax with a weight of 145 GSM (grams per square meter), so they’re breathable for warmer days but cozy enough for cool nights. Fall and winter sleepers can go for the super-soft Heathered Cashmere (which has a weight of 125 GSM and made of 95 percent cotton and five percent cashmere) or the breathable and cozy Brushed Flannel (140 GSM) that’s ideal for cooler environments or slumberers who run cold.
The best part: Everything meets meets Oeko-Tex Certified Standard 100 guidelines, so fabrics are tested for harmful substances, color fading and acidity to ensure the health of factory workers and consumers alike. All organic materials also have GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certification and meet ecological and social manufacturing guidelines that are reviewed by an independent third party. Down pillows and comforters are certified by the Down Association fo Canada (Downmark), and the brand’s relaunched lightweight down comforters use Global Recycled Standard-certified (GRS) recycled duck and goose down.
Shop the Brooklinen Black Friday sale now at Brooklinen.com. Deals are live now but items are moving quickly so we recommend adding to your cart soon.
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