Everyone wants to be comfortable. It’s true whether you’re seeking menstrual pain relief, moving to a state where you can use marijuana as you choose to, hunting down killer outfits that make you feel your best, finding the right strain for you, or transforming your home into a sanctuary. That last one is especially important during the winter months, when you’ll be spending a lot of time at home and using your text-bailing skills to avoid having to leave your comfort zone.
Making your living space the comfiest that it can possibly be requires dedication to details. Comfort isn’t just about a state of mind: It’s about having the right pillows, blankets, and heaters to get zen. To make things easier on you, we’ve compiled everything you need to have the most comfortable existence possible. Ease back into this list and enjoy!
Relaxonchair MK-II Plus
If you’re struggling to make yourself comfortable, this Relaxonchair, which provides a zero gravity full-body massage, will get you there. Like the picture says, it’s “FDA registered as medical device,” so you know it’s no joke. For $1,698 you can get it on Amazon with free delivery. Just don’t be surprised if you have to pry yourself out of there so you can have an actual life with a job.
If you want your whole body to be encapsulated in a hoodie, and you’re ready to embrace your inner man/womanchild, then the OneZip onesie is what you want. To relax totally and completely with no fucks given, all you need is $99.
Celestial Seasonings Sleepytime Tea
If you’ve never had Sleepytime Tea from Celestial Seasonings, you’ve gotta give it a try. Will it put you to sleep? Not really, unless you take the “Extra” version. Will it render you relaxed AF? Yes. With super chill ingredients like chamomile, lemongrass, and spearmint, it will definitely get you zoned out. For $3.99 at Celestial Seasonings or your grocery store, you can enter total bliss.
adidas Ultraboost Shoes
Dubbed “the greatest sneaker ever made” by Action Bronson, and worn by Kanye, the adidas Ultraboost is worth the hype and the supreme comfort. Ultraboosts don’t just look sweet with jeans and activewear, they’ve also got that ooh-ahh feeling when you put them on. This holiday season, adidas is offering a customizable version at a flagship store in NYC. The standard $180 version is still available at adidas.
American Giant Classic Full Zip Hoodie
By now, you’ve probably heard of American Giant’s $89 Classic Hoodie that, despite the high price tag, is “the greatest sweatshirt known to man,” according to Slate. One writer at Refinery29 even “wanted to hate” the hoodie due to its overhyped nature and the hyperbolic think pieces written about this simple item of clothing and couldn’t.
The hoodie simply lives up to the praise. And, you can feel good about the purchase. American Giant isn’t just about quality; the SF clothier makes its apparel here, in the U.S., using ethical production practices. These hoodies are available in women’s sizes, too.
PharMeDoc Total Body Pillow
Originally marketed for pregnant women, this PharMeDoc Total Body Pillow cuddles you from three different angles. Don’t be ashamed to use it if you’re not with child—many happy customers just bought the pillow to get better sleep.
Anything from Barefoot Dreams
There’s a reason Barefoot Dreams has made Oprah’s Favorite Things list several times. This company makes the most comfortable robes, blankets, and clothing made out of microfiber and bamboo. These CozyChic Ribbed Throws go for $147.
They’re not really beanbags since they’re filled with Durafoam, not beans, and the experience of a Lovesac is described like “sitting on a cloud.” Nobody ever said that about beanbags. The Lovesac comes in several sizes and is fully customizable.
Restoration Hardware Ultimate Luxury Plush Foot Duvets
Filled with plush and down, these slippers from Restoration Hardware have been called “life changing.” The company tried to discontinue them in 2014 but a fan uprising prevented that from happening, so you know they’re legit.
A kotatsu is a low wooden table with an electric heater underneath that is covered by a futon or heavy blanket. Like most things from Japan, it’s a brilliant and strange idea. Here’s an authentic-looking one for $437 on Amazon.