Bed and Bath Basics



This collection of bed and bath accessories is just what you need to create a space that's cozy and welcoming. From quilts, sheet sets and shams to towels, bath mats and countertop sets, enjoy a variety of colors, patterns and textures that enhance the aesthetic of your ensuite, master bedroom or spa bath. What's even more: the featured designs are versatile, meaning it's easy to refresh the look of your personal hideaway whenever you're ready for a change of scenery. Want to learn more? Read on for additional bed and bath styles.



Sheet Sets for the Bedroom



When it comes to bedding, only the finest quality fabric makes its way into your home. For instance, luxuriously soft cotton is woven into the fitted sheets, flat sheets and pillowcases—providing a comfortable place to rest when napping or settling in for the night. If you prefer a more breathable options in the warmer months, opt for linen-based bedding instead. Either way, percale and sateen weaves are the ideal fit for your lifestyle. Not sure which colors to go with? Consider your personal style. For those who love a classic look, opt for sheets in neutral hues of white, beige and cream, while shades of teal, blue and pink offer up a more eclectic approach. Use patterns to spruce up the bed as well. Think traditional geometric, floral or striped motifs that coordinate with other decor throughout the room—curtain panels and rugs included. Another benefit: the sheet sets are featured in sizes that range from twin to California king.



Duvet Covers, Quilts, Shams and More



With your sheet set in place, it's time to add layers to the bed. Start with a quilt for extra warmth, then add a coordinating sham or two for a decorative look. Stick with solid hues for a traditional take, or make a bold statement when mixing and matching different patterns and colorways. If you're seeking something warmer, think about a duvet in a decorative cover instead. One with ties at each corner holds the insert in place, while others that feature intricate embroidery or applique designs catch the eye. For a lighter touch when the weather turns warm, consider throwing a linen coverlet or bedspread into the mix as well.



Bedding Essentials



Be sure to fill your bedroom with the basics, too. For instance, duvet inserts and pillows made of a down or feather-down material provides a soft coziness, while down-alternative is ideal for those in need of a hypoallergenic or environmentally-sound option. Something else to keep in mind: extending the life of your bedding for as long as possible. Not sure where to start? Keep a set of mattress pads and pillow protectors on hand. Then, round out the bed with box springs and on-theme bed skirts.



Bath Essentials



When it comes to the bathroom, be sure to fill it with items that complement its tranquil feel. For instance, an assortment of ultra-absorbent towels that are folded nearby help you dry off right out of the tub. As an added bonus, they come in an array of colors and patterns—making it easy to give your spa bath the occasional update. Don't forget about a coordinating shower curtain, too. In any case, machine wash for even more convenience. If you want to experience comfort underfoot while standing in front of the sink, use a bath mat or rug. Think one made of cotton to enjoy a bit of softness or take a different approach with another made of wood tiles instead.



Bathroom Organization and Storage



Keep your bathroom clear of clutter with versatile storage solutions, including bath towers, cabinets and shelving strategically located throughout the space. If you're more concerned about keeping the countertops clean, consider a bath accessories set that includes a toothbrush holder, soap dispenser and tumbler. In need of portable storage? Consider canisters and trays, too. For those working with a smaller bathroom, opt for a set of stackable bins. Not only are they easy to arrange, they also hold everything you need for your morning routine—hair products and nail tools included. No matter your style, this collection of bath accessories is just as easy to use in a master bath as the powder room or half bathroom.