Whether you've lived together for years or are cohabitating for the first time post-nuptials, you and your new husband or wife deserve a luxurious retreat.
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Is there anything better than coming home to a luxurious, spa-like master suite after a long day at work? Your bedroom should be an oasis, but if you're feeling bored by less-than-exciting linens, an old, lumpy mattress from your fiancé's bachelor days, or towels that have lost their soft, plush feel due to a few too many trips through the wash, it's time to think about upgrading. Luckily, your wedding registry affords you the perfect opportunity to do just that.
While there's nothing wrong with creating a gift list packed with the standard must-haves—fine china, new luggage, and every kitchen appliance you could ever need—we think spending some time curating a selection of items for the ultimate bedroom (and bathroom, if you're lucky enough to have an en suite) is a worthwhile endeavor. Sure, a high-end espresso maker is something you've always wanted, but a cozy down comforter and a pillows are things you'll use and see every single day. And the more comfortable and elevated you make you bedroom, the better you'll sleep each night. Who doesn't want to be more well-rested in the months leading up to the wedding?
To help you get started, we're highlighting the essentials necessary for the most luxurious master retreat. From the comfiest, most supportive mattress and hotel-quality bedding and spa-like robes, add these gifts to your registry and you'll have the most enticing bedroom on the block. Worried that getting out of bed each morning would be a whole lot harder with these items in your space? Don't worry, we have a suggestion for that, too.
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Did you know your mattress should be replaced roughly every ten years? If you two are still sleeping on your old queen from college, it's time for an upgrade. The Casper Wave, which was designed with troubled sleepers in mind, will help you get your best night's sleep ever. Designed to keep you cool and comfortable, you'll fall asleep on this ultra-breathable foam mattress in no time.
Casper Wave, from $2,995 for a Queen-Sized Mattress, casper.com.
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Transform a basic white duvet into the ultimate bedding set. Cuyuchi's organic linen bedding—woven from French flax—is as good to the planet as it'll feel on your skin each nice. The dying method the brand uses is environmentally-friendly and results in the prettiest muted tones.
Cuyuchi Organic Linen Chambray Duvet Cover, $498 for a full/queen, coyuchi.com.
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Air Purifying Fan and Heater
Your bedroom should be a relaxing retreat, right down to the air you're breathing. This inventive air purifier removes 99.97% of pollutants and allergens, and also keeps your room warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
Dyson Pure Hot+Cool HP01 Purifying Heater + Fan, $499.99, dyson.com.
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Incredibly soft and incredibly beautiful, Riley's sheet sets will encourage you to hit the snooze button every single morning. For the warmer months, you can't go wrong with sateen, but the flannel will keep you warm and cozy all winter long.
Riley Sateen Sheet Set, from $149, rileyhome.com.
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Don't forget to upgrade your bathroom, too. Weezie Towels, made from 100% organic cotton, are so fluffy and absorbent. They're not just functional—you get to choose your preferred piping color and can even add monograms to show off your newly-married status.
Weezie Towels Starter Pack, starting at $230, weezietowels.com.
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Do you want a TV in your room, but don't want it to look like there's a TV in your room? It's time for you to meet "The Frame," Samsung's television that lets you turn your basic television into a work of art. Choose to display an engagement or wedding photo or your favorite piece of art when your TV isn't in use—we promise, you can't tell the difference.
Samsung "The Frame TV," from $1,999.99, Samsung.com.
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This all-seasons down comforter means you never have to switch out your bedding come summer. Extra fluffy and entirely cozy, you'll feel like your laying down on a cloud each night.
Brooklinen All-Seasons Down Comforter, $349 for a queen, brooklinen.com.
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Are you and your partner on entirely different morning schedules? Never let a noisy alarm clock disturb the other's sleep again. This alarm clock mimics a natural sunrise, which gently wakes you from even the deepest REM cycle—without that jarring feeling that comes from using a standard alarm. Bonus: It also helps you fall asleep with its sunset simulating effect.
Phillips Somneo Sleep and Wake-Up Light, $199.99, usa.phillips.com.
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Dirty laundry is a part of everyday life, but your hamper doesn't have to be an eyesore. This option from Kvell Home comes in five colors and can be folded to be the correct size for your needs.
Kvell Home "Rollo" Hamper, $60, kvellhome.com.
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The best part about staying in a hotel? The robes. Make your own bedroom more resort-like by adding a matching set to your registry—this waffled-one was inspired by the spa.
Parachute Home Waffle Robe, $119, parachutehome.com.