This Week’s Best Anthropologie Bedding Deals Include 30% Off Patterned Percale
Complete the look with a discounted duvet.
Updated Feb 2, 2023 2:31 PM
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When it comes to our favorite online haunts, Anthropologie is beloved for sumptuous quilts and colorful sheet sets. We’ve been known to shop the retailer’s vibrant textile offerings at full price, but snooping around its amply stocked sale section has proven fruitful for snagging some excellent deals on bespoke-quality bedding. (That’s why we decided to make our deep dives into the current selection more of a monthly thing.) Below, shop the top eight we’re eyeing now, from appliquéd quilts to reversible duvet covers. Be sure to check back, too; we’ll be keeping this page filled with the latest and greatest discounts as they drop.
Of the printed percale on sale at Anthropologie, this leafy motif in a golden green is our favorite. At first glance, the $105 price tag for a twin XL (one of two sizes still left in stock, so hurry!) may seem steep, but upon closer inspection you’ll realize it’s a steal. Not only does the entire set include both a flat and fitted sheet, it comes with a standard pillowcase, and everything is made from 100% organic percale. Breathable and cool, this type of cotton weave feels crisp to the touch, not unlike an oxford button-down. If that sort of stiffness turns you off, revel in the fact that reviewers confirm the sheets soften up a little more after every wash. One shopper even writes, “I have read that a lot of people say these are not soft, but they are one of the best sheet sets I have ever owned. They have the thickness of Gram’s ironed cotton sheets. The crispness of laundry hung outside. I had guests in town this weekend, and they loved the sheets so much they ordered a set for themselves!”
If you prefer your sheets to feel softer and look shinier, turn to sateen. Luckily there are still a couple of sets also on clearance at Anthropologie. Sateen is like silk but without the upkeep and price tag—especially when you throw on the 30% off discount—and this special cotton treatment will add a luxurious layer to your bed. Scoop up a pair of glossy pillowcases in Saxon, a playful print of jumping zebras in blush-y tones, or a complete set of bloom block-print Holly in a saturated ochre. Reviews report these are vibrant in color, stay ultra-smooth to the touch, and remain in place. Romantic ruffles more your style? Don’t worry, we found those, too. And while all are totally worthy of the full-price splurge (new pattern choices here), scoring them on sale is even more satisfying.
We also found flannel hanging out in the sale section. We love that this particular set is blended with linen so it’s not overly warm. The soft, naplike texture, a result of the fabric being brushed by craftsmen, elevates the neutral color. Commenters love the thickness and feel: “Grab an extra set while you are at it. So soft. I was worried I might get too hot sleeping on these, but I was so wrong. The kids and I argue about who gets to sleep on the pillow. I love the color, and it fits really nicely on the pillow as well.”
These cotton-linen shams are sold in eight sumptuous shades, but only the bright blue denim and bold chartreuse are sporting discounts for now (31% off). It’s the details—like an embroidered edge and subtlety striped reverse side—that really won us, and other shoppers, over. One reviewer notes the shams seem to run a little on the large side but are otherwise exactly what they expected to receive from Anthropologie: well made with high-quality fabrics.
For that decorative flourish your bed may be missing, an Amber Lewis design can’t be beat, especially when it’s 33% off. Muted tones and woven textures combine on the cotton front in a stripy pattern. “Gorgeous pillow; the fabric is high quality and the design is just the right bit of bold while still being versatile,” one reviewer reports. Our favorite part is that the fill isn’t sold separately for this one—simply unbox and place it among all your other pillows.
This geometric pattern by Canadian brand Lemieux et Cie is certain to be the center of attention (and it’s already the attention-grabbing discount of Anthropologie’s bedding sale). The vivid burgundy and freehand-style pattern on woven cotton make it a standout among the other comforters and covers at Anthropologie. We also love how on the flip side the duvet is a solid rust, making a styled bed look easy with a simple fold. While some reviewers weren’t as dazzled by the colors, others wrote of their love. “Of course, there might be slight fading in the future due to its vivid burgundy color; however, I have absolutely zero problems with this duvet. It complements my room so well—I washed it before first using it, and I didn’t notice any color fading at all: 10/10 recommend!” one shares.
A patchwork quilt that looks heirloom, let alone one that combines different patterns and earthy shades, is always a find. The twin is all that’s left of the Dusk Appliqué Quilt at Anthropologie, but its charming stitching and floral motif offers up a transitional textile for the tween years. And since it’s made entirely of cotton, it’s likely to last through their teens, too. If you’re in need of something larger, the top-rated embroidered Joaquin Quilt (also made and filled with supersoft cotton) in a sunny yellow still has queen and California king sizes in stock.
We’re paying no mind to the single review lamenting the Alma’s color (the gray is more mauve, they warn), as we prefer the blue-and-green combo anyway. Subtle, raised dots in a gridlike pattern on this cotton duvet isn’t the only visually arresting detail that caught our eye. We’re also drawn to the contrasting velvet trim. It’s still available in a full and queen (both are 30% off) during Anthropologie’s bedding sale.