Bed Bath & Beyond's New Line Could Give Brooklinen A Run For Its Money

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Our go-to "everything" company, Bed Bath & Beyond, introduced their new line of bedding and bath products called Nestwell, and it's taking all of the guesswork out of finding the right blankets, linens and towels for your needs. Seriously. If you are looking for new sheets but are completely lost as to what material is right for you, no worries—Bed Bath & Beyond has an informative quiz to help you find it, while also providing insights to the kind of sleeper you are and tips to help you sleep more soundly. The brand's high-quality line is the perfect place to start to give your bed and bath the spring refresh it deserves.

Our current favorites are the Washed Linen Cotton Duvet Cover Set paired with the Medium Warmth White Down Comforter for maximum comfort, and so we don't get too hot going into this warmer weather. The new line has 66 products to choose from that range from shower curtains and bath linens to mattress pads and duvet covers and inserts. You can get your favorite picks for 20 percent off because, yes, this new line is included in Bed Bath & Beyond's famous 20 percent off coupons.

Though Nestwell just launched this week, a few bestsellers are already emerging, such as the Down Alternative Pillows in soft, medium and firm support, the Hygro Cotton Bath Towels, Egyptian Cotton Sateen 625-Thread-Count Sheets and the Cotton Comfort Waterproof Mattress Pad. If you're looking to add some comfort to your home, these products are a great place to start.

The Nestwell collection is getting a lot of attention right now, mainly because of its affordability and simplistic designs. The sleek styles, combined with Nestwell's neutral and muted colors, are perfect for minimalists—or anyone getting into Japandi design. If you are looking for an in-home revamp, grab the matching colors in the different products to create a very put together look in your home.

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Olivia Dubyak

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Olivia Dubyak is PureWow's Commerce Editor and textbook Capricorn. She studied journalism at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but has gone from New York City to...
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