Stylish celebrities—from Lena Dunham to Brie Larson to Dakota Fanning—already flock to Sleeper for their feather-cuffed pajama sets and breezy linen dresses, all of which are designed to be worn in (and out of) bed. As of today there’s even more to love: The brand just launched its first-ever collection of housewares.
The set includes an array of multipurpose items, from a ceramic toothbrush holder that doubles as a vase to an embroidered towel that can be used as a tablecloth (but its folk art design makes it pretty enough to display, too). Rounding out the collection are three scented candles, a soap tray, and a dish towel.
Sleeper founders Kate Zubarieva and Asya Varetsa, both former fashion editors in Russia and Ukraine, used the latter country as inspiration for the towels’ naive-style bird and floral hops motif. In Ukrainian culture, birds act as guardian angels and hops are a symbol of protection.
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