So lush and vivid, it almost makes us feel bad to think about the amount of drool that will eventually saturate these Plover Organic sateen sheets.
Available at ploverorganic.com, $285-$305.
The left eyeball shows the hours, while the right tracks the minutes — which means this goofy clock is constantly rolling its eyes at how much you overslept.
If sleep hits midsentence, this nifty finger bookmark will point you in the right direction.
Available at momastore.org, $7.
Instead of leaving a handwritten note on a pillow, drop a preprinted bedside manners card on the sheets. You’ll still get all the credit.
Available at shop.nubegreen.com, $8.
Nothing says “life of leisure” like a nautical stripe, which makes these Rag & Bone boy shorts ideal for when the only thing on the agenda is a little more shut-eye.
Available at barneys.com, $55.
A bathrobe can double as jammies. End of story.
Available at net-a-porter.com, $58.
A midnight snack becomes a nearly formal affair when you prance to the fridge in this stunning silk and chiffon bodysuit.
Available at ssense.com, $195.
This cute plaid pajama set is a nice departure from your ponytail-and-zit-cream look.
Available at stevenalan.com, shorts, $78; top, $138.
Burn a bit of balsam fir incense to transform your bedroom into a cozy log cabin in the woods.
Available at shopterrain.com, $8.
It ain’t pretty, but this one-piece sure is comfy and brings back childhood memories.
Available at llbean.com, $49.
Spritzing A Versailles Afternoon will not turn your one bedroom into a palace, but it will smell of carnations, tuberose, orange blossom, and tangerine.
Dried lavender bunches provide a bit of aromatherapy and let you avoid the potential hazard of leaving candles burning all night.
Available at 3rliving.com, $16.
Inspired by Cheema’s travels through India, this handwoven throw keeps you warm while sparking daydreams of exotic trips.
Available at shophorne.com, $260.
A racy teddy is less Frederick’s of Hollywood and more Black Swan when it’s made of draped jersey.
Available at kikidm.com, $195.
It’s okay if you still sleep with a stuffed animal. We don’t judge.
Available at brookfarmgeneralstore.com, $35.
Patchwork always has a warm, homespun feel, but we dig the modern, preppy look of this seersucker quilt.
Available at urbanoutfitters.com, $168.
A cushiony bolster in a loud print props you up while you watch those equally noisy Real Housewives.
Available at anthropologie.com, $68.
It’s not like anyone needs a reason to hop in the sack, but a cheery pillow cover makes a bed much more inviting.
Available at rubiegreen.com, $75.
Sometimes, you want to go back to bed for reasons other than sleeping. This sexy set drops the hint.
Available at jennaleigh.com, bra, $98; panties, $66.
The ultimate lounge pant surpasses frumpiness with a narrow cut and ankle zippers — making it okay to wear them out of the house.
Available at jcrew.com, $49.50.
Gryphon: New and Selected Stories, by Charles Baxter, gives you the satisfaction of knowing what happens at the end before turning out the lights.
Available at amazon.com, $15.
We can get down with a girly ruffle when it’s distressed and in muted shades. We plan to write angsty poetry while lounging on our Matteo pillow.
Available at matteohome.com, $75.
Technically an eye mask is for sleeping, but the come-hither look you’ll have when wearing this saucy number will make getting shut-eye a little tougher.
Available at agentprovocateur.com, $150.
The soft light from this Sang Jin Lee lamp is perfect for curling up with a good read. It doubles as a book rest in case you’re too lazy to put yours away.
Available at elementalstore.com, $100.
Those fluffy slippers most of us shuffle around in look geriatric compared to this lounge version of the famous mouse shoe.
Available at net-a-porter.com, $195.