The new year is a great time to shop for bedding, as all the new stock from the holiday season goes on clearance. Whether you're looking for high-end Italian sheets or places to search for cheap deals, here's our guide to the best bedding stores.
Best High-End Bedding Stores
- John Robshaw: Trained as a painter, John Robshaw has an eye for color and texture. His love of traditional Indian and Southeast Asian textiles translates into a collection of rich, vibrant bedding that's crafted using traditional printing, dying and weaving techniques.
- Les Indiennes: Mary Mulcahy founded Les Indiennes after discovering the ancient Southeast Asian art of Kalamkari. Hand-blocked patterns decorate textiles made from organic, sun-bleached cotton. All of the dyes used are Aryuvedic, made from plants, roots, earth, and rock.
- Sanford Burrows: Designed by Jill Sanford Burrows, this collection is embroidered with modern decorative patterns. Sheets, duvets, and shams are made in Italy with 100 percent combed Egyptian cotton woven with single-ply yarns in a 210-thread-count.
- Fold Bedding: Available through Wallter, Fold is a collection of modern wool bedspreads with overlock stitching that creates a "folded" surface pattern. It comes in over 20 colorways and drapes over your bed — no tucking needed.
- Missoni Home: Their bedding collections are like their clothes — bright, colorful, and available in the classic Missoni zig zag. The Home Collection is a collaboration between the world-renowned fashion house and Italian company T&J Vestor, a leading home fabrics and furnishings company.
- Matteo Home: Founded by Matthew Lenoci in 1996, Matteo is a Los Angeles-based store that sells simple bedding made from ultra-high-quality fabrics. Made in Italy and sewn in the LA workshop, Matteo is sold through ABC Carpet & Home, Design Public, and other retailers.
- Jiti Bedding: Designed by Goga Bouquet, Jiti bedding is made in the USA from 100 percent dupioni silk. The colors are super-saturated, and styles are inspired by Goga's travels to India and Costa Rica, two centers of bright and colorful textile design.
- Matouk: This luxury bedding company is based in New York City and has been around since 1929. They specialize in high-quality textiles, like 600 thread count Egyptian cotton woven in Italy, and there are a few collections: classic, traditional, and casual/contemporary.
Best Mid-Range Bedding Stores
- Area Home: Area is a New York company that makes really nice bedding and home accessories. Swedish founder, Anki Spets, started the company in 1990 to continue the Scandinavian tradition of good design for everyday.
- Marimekko: Available through Marimekko concept shops, webshops, and Crate and Barrel, this Finnish bedding is a colorful classic. Comforters, sheets, and pillowcases come in long-lived patterns including Unikko florals, Ginkgo/Biloba botanicals, Kaivo mod patterns, and Tuuli branches.
- Unison: Husband and wife team Robert Segal and Alicia Rosauer were trained in Finland. When they returned to the US, they began producing their own modern, bright bedding, and they've since broadened their line to include other home textiles and furnishings.
- Jonathan Adler: Available in a bunch of different bright, 60s-style patterns, Jonathan Adler's bedding collection is available again through his store, after being pulled from Bed, Bath, & Beyond. The new collection is 100 percent cotton percale with 400 thread count.
- Garnet Hill: By far our favorite bedding collection at Garnet Hill, Eileen Fisher's line is a simple, modern mix of cotton, cashmere, and silk bedding. The color palette is limited to a few tones each season — this year, it's rich ivories, blues, and golds.
- Twinkle Living: Wenlan Chia, the woman behind Twinkle designs, started out in fashion and moved into home furnishings. Her company sells a mix of bedding, rugs, jewels, and ready-to-wear clothing collections. The bedding collection is full of playful patterns.
- Calvin Klein Home: Calvin Klein has a number of spare, modern bedding collections, ranging from the CK Home line available through his store to less expensive lines for Macy's. Like the clothing, the bedding is subtle and complements a wide range of styles.
- DwellStudio: A leader in modern textile design, they're a consistent high-quality source for bedding (and if you're on a budget, they have a less expensive line at Target). Every year, they introduce a few new collections and update old lines in new colors.
Best Budget Bedding Stores
- Macy's: They carry several affordable lines — including collections from Calvin Klein, Martha Stewart, and Ralph Lauren — and their generic Hotel and Style&Co Collections aren't bad either. They frequently have sales on bedding, and you can score good deals both online and in stores.
- Crate and Barrel Outlet: Their online outlet has a rotating selection of deeply discounted bedding, and you can sometimes find Marimekko duvets and shams on clearance. They also have a brick and mortar outlet in Chicago, where marked down bedding is a frequent find.
- The Company Store: They could easily go under the "mid-range" section, but because of their frequent sales and deals, we've included this bedding catalog in the budget list. They're a good place to shop for solid sheet sets and discounted basics online.
- Bed Bath & Beyond: While not everything there is great, their pure beech sheets are an Apartment Therapy best product. Derived from the Beechwood tree in Europe, they come in Jersey Knit and Sateen styles, both affordably priced.
- Designer Linens Outlet: They have some ugly stuff, but they also carry discounted designer goods from brands like Amy Butler and Nautica. Their inventory is frequently updated, and if you keep checking back, you'll eventually stumble across a great find on deep discount.
- Target: They're everywhere, they're affordable, and they've revolutionized the concept of designer labels for the masses. We like the DwellStudio line for bright colors and patterns, Thomas O'Brien for modern masculine style, and the Shabby Chic collection for traditionalists.