There's up to 60% off Pottery Barn Teen bedding – here's what you need for the perfect dorm room setup

Save on sheets, shams, quilts, comforters, and everything else you need to style your (or your kid's) dorm room in the Pottery Barn Teen bedding sales

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College kids, you're in luck. Pottery Barn Teen just launched not one, not two, but three dorm room bedding collections, so you can spend the whole summer styling your dream dorm in your mind's eye.

There's the LoveShackFancy x Pottery Barn Dorm collaboration, which is all pinks, blues, and whites, with little feminine finishes. There's a special section for the Lilly Pulitzer collection, which spotlights prints and patterns in bold, sunny shades. If you want to keep it classic, simply shop the Pottery Barn Dorm collection: you'll find all the essentials, refreshed and restocked.

To help you bring your dorm room ideas to life, and stick to your budget, I've hand-picked the best bedding at the best prices from all three collections. I'm talking chic sheets, fluffy comforters, cozy quilts, stylish throws, and plush pillows – you could save up to 60% on your dream dorm bedding.

Pottery Barn Teen bedding sales

One practical point before we start. I've listed the price for each product as it stands in Twin XL size, since that's the standard size of a college dorm bed. If you know you're sleeping in a Twin, a Full, or a Queen (you lucky thing), then you'll need to check the price on the Pottery Barn Teen site.

Sheet set deals

Comforter deals

Quilt deals

Blanket deals

Throw pillow deals

Your average dorm bed has seen better days. Whether this year's mattress is firm and inflexible or soft and sagging, it won't give you the spinal support and comfortable cushioning you need. Before you go back to school, I suggest you invest in the best mattress topper for dorm beds: that way, you can totally transform the feel of your bed without incurring the wrath of your RA.

Emilia Hitching
Sleep Editor

Emilia is our resident sleep writer. She spends her days tracking down the lowest prices on the best bedding and spends her nights testing it out from the comfort of her own home – it's a dream job. Her quest to learn how to sleep better has taken her all around the world, from mattress factories in Arizona to sleep retreats in Scandinavia. Before she joined Homes & Gardens, Emilia studied English at the University of Oxford. She also worked on the other side of the aisle, writing press releases for regional newspapers and crafting copy for Sky.