Jonathan Adler's First-Ever Bedding Collection Will Completely Revamp Your Bedroom

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Photo credit: Jonathan Adler
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It's official: Jonathan Adler has made his debut between the sheets. Since founding his eponymous brand in 1993, the potter and interior designer has wooed us with his iconic prints and lavish color play, and now, your bed can get in on the fun with the first-ever Jonathan Adler bedding line.

The collection is the result of years spent finding the best mills and fabrics and the proof is in one touch. Whether you choose percale for its breathable cotton, or sateen for its silky, supersoft finish, or even linen for an effortlessly breezy touch, you'll fall in love with the feel—not to mention the chic style.

“Other bedding? Boring,” says Jonathan Adler. “Ours combines fabulous colors, punchy patterns, and fine fabrics from the best mills in the world. It took years to get this collection right—and it's worth the wait if I do say so myself. Move over Dr. Ruth—there’s a new mensch in town helping banish the boredom from your bedroom.”

Photo credit: Jonathan Adler
Photo credit: Jonathan Adler

A mastermind in mixing colors, Adler believes the best way to spicing up things in your bedroom is as easy as swapping out old bedding! "The easiest thing to do is to pick colors that are complementary. Grey walls? Try blue bedding–blue is a wonderful color that works with every other color. White walls? Try grey bedding ( grey is the couple’s therapy of colors) it squashes all marital beef," Adler explains.

Good news: a minimalist can kind home in this collection as well! Colors range from classic white and ivory to the next wave go-to's like ochre and persimmon. The colors and collection are buildable, allowing customers to ditch basic and create interesting palettes that will add a pop to even the most relaxed decor.

Head to the nearest Jonathan Adler store or jonathanadler.com for bedding that only gets better with time. The prices range from $48 for a percale pillowcase set to $398 for a linen duvet set. There's even a quilt you'll bring just about everywhere in your home! Below, we chose our favorite pieces from the line that is sure to whisk us away into luxurious, blissful sleep. Why settle for cloud nine when you can elevate your space instead?

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