Arguably one of the most important factors in getting quality sleep is your bedding. Say, for instance, you’re someone who likes to stay cool throughout the night. Breezy, linen-based bedding will help regulate your body temperature so you don’t feel overheated. On the flip side, 100% cotton sheets are ideal for those who like to stay warm while they slumber. In short, investing in the right bedding can actually make a huge difference to the overall quality of your snoozes.
Aside from getting a good night’s rest, top-notch bed linens also can stay with you season after season without needing to be replaced. And while bedding of this caliber is oftentimes synonymous with a hefty price tag, many companies are making luxury bedding options accessible and affordable.
Case in point: these outstanding brands below. All of them feature competitive pricing (such as free shipping or direct-to-consumer price tags) and on-trend styles, so that you can get sheets that feel good, look good—and cost far less than what you’d expect.
Hot sleepers seeking relief flock to Sijo Home’s bedding collection, a lineup that includes sheets, shams, pillowcases, comforters, and mattress protectors made from temperature-regulating cotton and cooling eucalyptus fabric. Another best-seller is the brand’s French linen bedding, a sustainably sourced, stone-washed breathable weave that comes in 10 colors.
Whenever you stop by Anthropologie, make sure to leave room in your cart for the retailer’s expansive bedding collection. We’ve spotted a number of deals hiding in their gem-filled section, including everything from washed organic percale duvet covers and vibrant textured quilts, Amber Lewis pillows, and more.
Senior Commerce Writer Kenya Foy swears by Fluff Co.’s ethically sourced, hotel quality linens and pillows. Choose from down alternative or all-vegan microfiber, down feather options, or purchase one of the super soft bundles, a duvet set and a plush robe combo. Keep a lookout for one of the brand’s frequent sales, which often offer up to 50% off markdowns.
A millennial favorite, Buffy offers eco-friendly products that keep you and the earth staying comfy. The brand’s signature fabric is made from eucalyptus trees, which are grown using much less water than cotton. An added bonus: eucalyptus is naturally breathable, so for all the sleepers out there over overheating, you can finally catch your Z’s cooly and comfortably.
Inspired by a trip to a picturesque hotel on the Amalfi Coast, Ariel Kaye set out to create linens that were just as comfortable and durable as the ones you would find in a five-star resort—minus the astronomical markups. Her brainchild is Parachute, a direct-to-consumer company that’s driven by its mission to create the highest-quality linens without using any toxins or environmentally unfriendly chemicals along the way (Parachute is Oeko-Tex certified, which is a designation even higher than organic). On the site you’ll find sateen, linen, and percale options that fit a more laid-back aesthetic. And since the brand cuts out the middleman, there’s no department store markups to be found. Pro tip: If you opt in for a bundle of a bedding set along with a duvet insert, there are even more savings to be had.
Direct-to-consumer brand Brooklinen was founded by husband-and-wife team Rich and Vicki Fulop after they came up short in a search for high-quality, affordable bed linens that also delivered a heavy dose of style. With their classic percale sheets starting at $99, lightweight down comforters starting at $199, classic duvet covers starting at $109, hotel-worthy bedding with fun, contemporary prints is at your fingertips.
Named for the word that means coyote-colored in Nahuatl, a Native American language spoken in central and western Mexico, Coyuchi is a destination for premium organic cotton bedding. All of its textiles are Fair Trade- and Made Safe-certified and they meet the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) based on their sustainably-produced cotton. While the eco-conscious brand isn’t the most inexpensive on the list, it still manages to maintain a number of low-to-mid price points: their Organic Crinkled Percale Sheet Sets start at $38, and if you keep tabs on their sales like we do, there’s practically always a bedding bundle deal you can take advantage of to treat yourself to the full Coyuchi experience.
This sustainable retailer is all about making extremely high-quality goods accessible to the masses, a feat accomplished by their cost-reducing, factory-direct setup. Quince has luxe travel accessories and clothing in their bag, too, but we spend an inordinate time wrapped up in their ethically woven duvets, comforters, pillows, and sheet sets (literally and figuratively). Why? A quick glimpse at the 1,600+ and counting 5-star reviews on their European linen sheet sets reveals that customers generally find the linen quality, durability, and comfort to be on par with pricier competitors.
Over the course of a decade, Carly Nance and Rachel Bently went from college freshmen-turned-friends to co-founders of Dallas-based home decor brand The Citizenry. The retailer puts globally-inspired designs on display through partnerships with artisans from Japan to Indonesia and everywhere in between, and this culturally conscious approach extends to their bedding products. If your sleeping style is best supported by an effortless, layered look that won’t break the bank, then the Citizenry’s selection should be a personal staple, if it isn’t already (the stonewashed linen collection or the super soft line of organic cotton options are great places to start). They’re also staunch fair trade advocates, so create a shopping account to track all the ways your financial support helps sustain fair wages around the world.
Snowe’s story began after founders Rachel Cohen and Andres Modak settled into their NYC home together. Seeking to enhance every aspect of their space, their vision was to create a brand of luxurious essentials that added refreshing comfort to the home. The brand’s products range from European-milled bed linens to lambswool, cashmere, and silk throws. To make your shopping experience even simpler, Snowe also offers a Starter Sleep Bundle, sure to take your bed-scape to the next level of dreamy comfort.
Nordstrom is one of our favorite department stores, mainly for the fact that we can always score free shipping and free returns on a vast selection of trendy home decor. And its bedding selection doesn't disappoint. There you'll find 100% lightweight cotton sets (perfect for cold sleepers or those who want something warm but breathable for the winter months), designer comforters, and even chunky throws to finish off your bed's new look.
A California-grown company, Brentwood Home prides itself on its Golden State production standards. Being Greenguard Gold Certified, the brand meets the highest standard for non-toxic sleep. With organic fabrics crafted by local artisans in Los Angeles, Brentwood’s selection of bedding exudes that California ease. Offering everything from yoga pillows to kids’ mattresses to luxury pet beds, the whole family can get in on some quality comfort items.
Named for the expression the "life of Riley," (referring to someone who lives a charmed life), this bedding brand stays true to itself by supplying its customers with comfort items that ensure a cozy existence. Believing in quality over anything, RiLEY sources fabrics from fourth-generation family-owned textile mills in Portugal, a hub for luxury textile manufacturing. Because of the company’s commitment to offering expertly crafted products at affordable prices, the life of Riley is made a teensy bit more attainable.
10 Grove founder Rana Argenio was drawn to the idea of creating products that would positively define the spaces we inhabit. Her fondest memories of scents, colors, and textures are all tied to the first place she called home, and for that reason her brand is centered on transforming spaces into sanctuaries, starting in the bedroom. The brand's selection of timeless designs (fashioned in breezy Egyptian cottons) were literally inspired by luxury hotel bedding, ensuring supreme comfort and quality. Crafted by expert artisans—not machines—10 Grove’s fabrics are Level 1 Oeko-Tex Standard certified, making them both safe for your skin and for the environment, so you can rest easy.
With an ethos of attaining inner calm and joy, Allswell lives up to its name, offering myriad goodies sure to take you to your happy place. From waffle bathrobes to basil sage coconut candles, Allswell has all the fixings for a spa-level experience you can get from the comfort of your home. To top things off, their selection of bedding boasts crisp percale sheets and textured woven duvets.
Here at Dwell, we love a good coastal oasis. Luckily for us, Serena & Lily are masters at refined nautical accents that look and feel luxurious. As an added bonus, many bedding essentials starting at under $200, including vintage-inspired, sophisticated bedding, bold shams, and an inviting flannel duvet cover that’s dying to be cuddled under.
Each pillow, duvet cover, and sheet set from California Cotton is ethically made, using only 100% organic materials grown by Fair Trade farmers. The company also gives a portion of all purchases to the Bay Area nonprofit Lava Mae, which helps give access to critical services to those experiencing homelessness. These additions ultimately make a big difference in the overall standard of these sheets. Hey, it's all in the details.
Scandinavian design darling Marimekko has bedding selections chock-full of prints you’d expect of this cult-famous fashion house. Larger-than-life florals, 1960s-inspired palettes, and geometric patterns all make the cut on a variety of sheet sets, duvet covers, and blankets so your bed will truly look like a piece of art.
You’re on the hunt for luxe bedding under $100. It's no easy task, but Birch Lane has your back. The Wayfair heritage brand has a seemingly endless amount of affordable bedding options that will barely cost you a Benjamin. Thousands of customers have taken particular notice of its hypoallergenic options that range from duvet cover sets to down comforters.
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