Bed Bath & Beyond Is Changing — And Lonny Editors Are Talking About It
A peek inside our Slacks.
You know we love discussing new brands, restaurants, and collaborations on the design scene. But what happens when old home goods resources become new again?
Bed Bath & Beyond is a nostalgic place — one that marks move-ins, new beginnings, and long, treacherous hours spent winding through aisles of towels and hampers. As necessary as this home goods hub is, it can be quite a miserable spot, too. Walking into one of these is like going into battle — one can only hope they come out okay, having avoided the completely unnecessary aisles of tumblers and mugs and who knows what else. So, when the Lonny team found out that Bed Bath & Beyond is actually having a moment of being, well, cool, we did what we do best: blow up our team slack channel. Here's what we had to say about the once-musty home store's revival:
WHAT? They do home tours?
Ooh I love that you can shop the pieces in the story too...
Wait this is awesome. So does Bed Bath & Beyond create content now?!
These stories actually feature some good modern picks, which is pleasantly surprising...
This whole thing is blowing my mind.
Yeah it's their new lifestyle site. We picked up one of their DIYs a few months ago, but it's actually really interesting/good.
ALSO look at this from the website: "Content is brought to you by the founders of Of a Kind, Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo. Their website sells the pieces and tells the stories of emerging designers and makers, and if you don’t know it, check it out—it’s part of the Bed Bath & Beyond family, just like your new favorite blog is."
Wait, I didn't realize Of A Kind was part of the BB&B family?
I looooooveee Of A Kind. So well-curated.
I also just saw that BB&B furnished Leandra Medine's house?
Who IS BB&B anymore?!
Seriously someone is doing some rebranding. And they're doing a good job because here we all are talking about it...
The Bed Bath & Beyond finds we're loving right now:
1. This reclaimed teak armchair will add a hint of modern bohemian to any living space.
Safavieh Bandelier Reclaimed Teak Arm Chair with Light Oak Finish, $236.99, Bed Bath & Beyond.
2. This mid-century piece is a perfect sofa for small spaces.
Bed Bath & Beyond Serta Artesia Sofa, $449.99 - $569.99, Bed Bath & Beyond.
3. A contemporary find, this modern chair looks best in twos. Imagine a pair of these in a neutral living room.
Bed Bath & Beyond Tov Furniture Canton Chair, $358, Bed Bath & Beyond.
4. We've mentioned before how much we love a vertical bookcase, and this find is no exception.
Bed Bath & Beyond Vertical Standing Bookcase, $129.99, Bed Bath & Beyond.
5. This nightstand is an ideal steal, complete with a mid-century build and plenty of storage space.
Bed Bath & Beyond Safavieh Retro Nightstand, $184.99, Bed Bath & Beyond.
Check out more modern Bed Bath & Beyond steals here.