Look, this linen duvet cover from West Elm may be on the pricier side at $199, but you deserve nice things in your life, especially when it comes to your bed, where you spend a third of your entire life. Buying this cozy cover was one of the best splurges I've ever made—I mean, just look how ~weathered and heathered~ it is! It makes my bedroom seem crisp, clean, and more grown-up. Plus, if you're splitting the cost with your partner, it basically costs the same as eating a few bougie brunches that, unlike this duvet cover, don't gently caress your face every night.
As if I didn't already want to dive into my bed at all times, this thing is soft and homey, drawing me in even more and making me feel super-snuggly. It closes with buttons, too, which I find cozier than a zipper that'll inevitably get caught on the fabric and tear it, and it's linen, so the fabric is breathable and doesn't make me feel like I've set myself on fire in the summer. The one downside about linen is that it wrinkles easily (though, that does make it look more relaxed and lived-in), but if you want to get rid of those pesky lines, it's safe to steam or iron. You deserve this. —Tom Vellner
Get the queen/full-sized duvet cover for $33-$189 or a king-sized cover for $189 from West Elm.