15 of Our Favorite Places to Buy Sheets and Bedding
Objectively speaking, there’s no better feeling than crawling into bed and burrowing under your covers at the end of a long day. The only thing that can make it even better is a set of good sheets. As in, not just random sheets you inherited from a friend, but quality sheets that you chose specifically for yourself (check out our guide on how to buy sheets for our favorite tips). Luckily, the number of brands out there selling high-quality sheets is ever-growing, and no matter your budget, there are plenty of options if you’re looking to up the cozy factor in your bedroom. Below we rounded up 15 of our favorite places to get a fresh set of sheets (and more!) you’ll never want to leave.
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Note: All prices are listed for size Queen.
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Parachute has expanded beyond bedding in recent years, but the main attraction is still sheets and bedroom essentials. The Cali-based brand is best known for giving customers the option to forgo a top sheet and for featuring a range of materials to choose from. Not only can you find the usual percale and sateen cotton, but you can also buy sheets in brushed cotton, organic cotton, and linen.
West Elm is known for its modern mix of chic home goods, but its bedding section is just as noteworthy. The brand sells tons of different patterns and styles, as well as a variety of different bedding types, and all at mid-range prices. You’ll find everything from linen and organic cotton to velvet and even TENCEL. In particular, we love the Cotton Cloud Jersey Sheet Set, which makes a simple base for any style.
If you don’t already know, European fashion retailer H&M has a home section that’s actually pretty robust. You can get all sorts of decorative items from H&M Home — throw blankets, elegant vases, wall mirrors, and so much more — but the budget-friendly bedding is particularly worthy of your time. There are lots of basic, affordable sheet sets, including plenty of bedding essentials you can buy individually. Plus, you’ll find some gorgeous duvet cover sets, like this washed linen option.
You may not have heard of SOL Organics, but if you’re into ethical goods, you should put the brand on your radar. Their goal is to make “textiles with integrity,” so all of their sheets are made with organic cotton using ethical processes. If you’re trying to live more sustainably, start with the Crisp Percale Sheets, which are made from 100 percent certified organic cotton with a 300 thread count and a percale weave.
Nordstrom also has a surprisingly good home section, especially if you’re in the market for bold bedding patterns. Whether you’re looking for sheets with big, bright flowers or ones with stark black-and-white stripes (like the cotton sheets pictured above), it’s a good bet you can find them at Nordstrom.
Ah, Target, our favorite place to stop for “just for one thing” and leave with 25 things. We wouldn’t blame you if one of those 25 things is a new sheet set. The retailer has a spectacular selection of sheets in a variety of textures, and all at super-affordable price points. The Performance Sheet Set from Threshold is their most popular, made from 100 percent cotton with a soft, silky 400 thread count. It comes in a bunch of different styles, like blue florals and gray plaids, so you’ll have no trouble finding one you like — not that you were worried about finding something you like at Target.
Crane & Canopy was one of the first DTC bedding brands, and they stand out for offering a whole lot beyond the popular minimalist all-white bedding options. There are tons of different styles and bold patterns to choose from, but if you want something with a dash of personality, you can’t go wrong with Grey Wavelet set. Made from 100 percent cotton sateen with a 400 thread count, this set feels super luxurious.
We talk about Brooklinen a lot, and the bedding is totally worth the hype. While the brand sticks with the classics (percale, sateen, linen, and cashmere), they offer a nice range of colors and limited-edition patterns to add extra style to your bedding basics. If you’re not sure where to start, we recommend the Classic Core Sheet Set, which has a luxe feel at a relatively low price. Bonus: The brand recently launched utility bedding, so you can outfit your entire bed in Brooklinen.
Looking for affordable sheets that still feel luxurious? Macy’s has literally thousands of options in seemingly every possible color. The Charter Club Damask Stripe Sheets are one of the more popular options, giving your bed a nice pop of color and pattern without going overboard. They’re made from 100 percent Supima cotton with a 550 thread count, so they’ve got that soft, plush feel plus lustrous stripes that add an extra bit of style.
Another eco-friendly brand, Coyuchi makes organic goods for a “clean, environmentally conscious home,” and that includes organic bedding. The flannel sheet set is made with thick, 6-oz. sheets for warmer, more durable bedding that keeps you cozy all night long. And when you buy the Queen size, you save 10 miles of driving emissions and 2,150 days of drinking water!
It probably comes as no surprise to hear that Pottery Barn has excellent bedding, but did you know they’re home to some of the best organic options, too? With a section dedicated to organic and sustainable bedding, Pottery Barn’s collection features dozens of pieces all made with GOTS-certified or Fair Trade certified, 100 percent cotton. For a subtly stylish pick you can feel good about, try the Pearl Organic Percale Sheet Set.
Those who appreciate luxurious bedding are certainly familiar with Boll & Branch. Known for their sheets (including flannel and percale options), the brand has incredible bedding for every room in your house, including the nursery. A favorite pick? The Flannel Bonfire Stripe Sheet Set, which features elegant geometric lines and the ultimate bedding luxury: a wrinkle-free design.
Urban Outfitters may not be the first place that comes to mind when thinking of sheets and bedding, but don’t underestimate this boho darling. Its bedding section is top notch and includes colorful duvets, comforters, quilts, sheets, pillowcases, and bedding sets. And if you’re someone who loves fun patterns, Urban’s got plenty, including the popular, Insta-friendly Jungle Sheet Set.
California-based Ettitude is one of the best sources for silky bedding at a great price. They offer sheet sets, comforters, mattress protectors, and more, all made from 100 percent organic bamboo that’s as kind to the earth as it is to your skin. Perfect for hot sleepers, the Bamboo Lyocell Sheet Set provides a comfortable experience no matter the season.
Snowe is one of our favorite up-and-coming attainable luxury brands. With a range of home essentials that are made to last, the brand is expensive but worth the splurge. Its commitment to quality is especially evident in the bedding offerings, particularly the linen sheet set, which is made using a special air-washing technology for extra softness. Aside from linen, they also make percale and sateen sheets.