June 10, 2023

If you’ve been looking to level-up your bedding situation, we’ve got just the things: Cozy Earth, an editor– (and Oprah!) favorite at Underscored, just launched their Linen Bamboo Box Quilt and Linen Bamboo Box Quilted Shams, and they make for the ultimate addition to a cozy-yet-cool night’s sleep.

The perfect bedding for year round use, this breathable yet cozy quilt is available in four colors — charcoal, white, light gray and natural — and ideal for layering.

Coordinate your quilt and pillows with shams that match the Linen Bamboo Box Quilt. Though shams are often decorative, these ones are soft enough to earn a permanent place on your bed.

Famous for its bedding, bath and beyond, Cozy Earth’s newest quilt and matching shams are made of a luxurious blend of bamboo viscose and French flax linen that’s sure to keep you bundled up in chilly temps and cool as a cucumber during summer months. The material is said to have better moisture-wicking properties than cotton, so you’ll never wake up in a cold sweat again. The material is designed to resist pilling, so it stays baby-soft for as long as you need it to.

Borrowing from the super on-trend quilted puffer jacket we’re seeing across city streets, this bedding features a unique boxed design that makes for an influencer-approved upgrade to any bedroom. The quilt, at $360 a pop, comes in four soothing neutral hues that are sure to lull you right to sleep from natural to light gray in sizes twin, queen and king, while the shams, priced at $130 for two, come in sizes standard or king that you can either match with or color-block against your new Cozy Earth quilt.

The brand’s two new drops are both Oeko-Tex-certified, so you can feel even better about adding them to your bedroom setup. Plus, they’re machine-washable, so they’ll stand up to all kinds of nighttime adventures (and in-bed snacking) you might throw their way.


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