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Here at Domino, each new shift in season has us looking to refresh our bed setup. Why? As the place where you start and end the day, it establishes the tone for practically every waking and sleeping hour. Think of it as the design equivalent of following circadian rhythms: Fall calls for cozy, deeper-hued sheets; winter comes with cocoon-friendly woven blankets; while spring and summer bring a breezier approach. 

To welcome the sun-soaked warmth ahead, we’re turning to the new Calvin Klein Home collection for textured, tonal bedding that transforms your sleep space into a light, layered sanctuary. True to the brand’s minimalist yet luxe designs, the offering (which also includes plush bath essentials) spotlights premium materials, earthy colorways, and elevated details that work in any setting or season. 

Below, our editors share their favorite pieces—from a garment-washed coverlet to a plant-dyed duvet cover the color of a summer evening sky. 

Find Room to Bloom

Product photo of a black and white duvet set.
Orchid Cotton Sateen Duvet Set, Calvin Klein (starting from $250)

When it comes to bedding, I’m more of a minimalist than a florals kind of girl, but this modern, moody duvet set strikes both notes. The monochrome orchid pattern—pulled straight from the Calvin Klein archives—reminds me of a vintage tintype photo or an inky sun print and reverses to a contrasting design when you flip it over. So I get a bonus (ultra-fluffy) artwork in my bedroom. —Alexandra Redgrave, editor, creative studio 

Go on the Grid

White duvet on white background.
Essential Garment Washed Jacquard Cotton Coverlet, Calvin Klein (starting from $217)

I’m not a duvet person—I tend to prefer the personality and layering potential of blankets and quilts—so I’m often seeking new options to swap out on my bed. This jacquard coverlet’s grid stitch is exactly the kind of detail I’m drawn to—understated and versatile without disappearing. And the relaxed look that comes with Oeko-Tex–certified washed cotton makes me want to hop right in and snuggle up. —Samantha Weiss-Hills, managing editor, home and shopping

Create a Chill Zone

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Washed Percale Cotton Sheet Set, Calvin Klein (starting from $200)

As a longtime hot sleeper, I know how disruptive it can be to wake up in the middle of the night drenched and desperately searching for the cool side of the bed. So you won’t find me only mulling over sets with high-thread counts when shopping for bedding; I also look for breathable, matte materials, like this prewashed percale cotton set. The fabric sets the foundation for sweet dreams, but that crisp white color just might have a placebo effect, too. —Lydia Geisel, home editor 

Balance Earthy With Airy

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Organic Earth Cotton Sateen Duvet Set, Calvin Klein (starting from $250)

After accidentally purchasing a heavy, stuffy synthetic comforter last year—I know, I know—I’m on a mission to lighten up my bed in every sense. I can’t imagine a better pairing for my new extra-breathable insert than this cotton sateen duvet set. My two musts for bedding are a good thread count (this one is a solid 300) and a natural material (cue: soft organic cotton)—and this design gets extra credit for being made with plant-based dyes. —Lindsey Mather, digital director 

Cozy Up Every Corner

Product shot of cream-colored woven blanket.
Honeycomb Cotton Blanket, Calvin Klein (starting from $134)

After being plagued by color indecision for months, I’m leaning into a neutral palette for my home, starting with a splash of warm cream in my living room. And though this queen-size blanket may technically be for a bed, I love to keep something oversize on the back of my sofa for easy burrowing while reading or watching TV. The tailored knife-edge finish balances out the honeycomb weave’s more casual feel—plus it’s 100 percent cotton, meaning I can easily toss it in the wash after my dogs (inevitably) claim it as their own. —Lindsey DeSimone, senior marketing manager