We Asked 5 Designers to Pick the Most Stylish Bedding, and Here’s What They Said

published Feb 27, 2024
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It’s no secret that having the best bed sheets can make it easier to get an actual good night of sleep. In addition to finding a set that’s made in a comfortable material — not to mention fits within your budget — you’ll probably also want to snag sheets that, well, simply look good. 

With so many brands, styles, and patterns to choose from, hunting for beautiful bedding can feel like falling down a digital rabbit hole. But in order to help, I asked a few interior designers for their top picks. Their favorites below run the gamut from splurge-worthy essentials to surprising brands, but all are completely beautiful.

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Los Angeles-based designer Linda Hayslett loves Coyuchi’s “stylish and comfortable” bedding because it suits a range of styles, from traditional to modern. “They aren't loud with their bedding, which can have subtle patterns,” she explains. “But a bed is supposed to be calming to get you to sleep, so what better way than a well-balanced bedding in look and comfort.” Plus, these sheets are made with GOTS-certified organic cotton, so you don’t have to compromise on sustainability.

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Zara Home+

Zara might not be the first spot that comes to mind for sheets, but Molly Torres Portnof of DATE Interiors is a big fan of the retailer's home extension for beautiful, budget-friendly bedding. “I love Zara Home's washed linen bedspread because it's as soft and textural as it is affordable,” she shares. “It also pairs so well with more saturated colors and patterns.” (Zara Home has a lot more to offer than great bedding — check out these editor-approved essentials.)

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Lulu and Georgia

While you can never go wrong with a set of crisp white sheets, Sarah Sherman Samuel’s collaboration with Lulu and Georgia is perfect if your design style leans more maximalist. “It checks all the boxes in tonal colors that can be easily coordinated together or with other favorite bedding lines, and I love the quiet details of the trim and piping that accentuate the organic silhouettes,” says Candace Shure of Shure Design Studio. “And the patterns and design details are chic and whimsical at the same time; scalloped edges, tigers, and ruffles, oh my!”

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If you want to make your bedroom feel like a luxury hotel suite, consider splurging on high-quality sheets. “The Yves Delorme bedding is universal and has a clean and sophisticated feel,” says designer Emily Del Bello. “It allows you to have a fresh sense as your base, and then you can play with a throw color for the pillow without competing while still remaining interchangeable. Classic bedding never goes out of style.” Finished with a thin border, Yves Delorme’s Athena sheets offer a polished je ne sais quoi from dusk until dawn.

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Tribute Goods

There’s no shortage of places to look for great sheets, however designer Mary Patton recommends going off the beaten path. “The most stylish and unbelievably comfortable bedding is Tribute Goods,” she says. “My favorite collection is the Double Hemstitch, but they are all really beautiful.” If you really want to enhance the look of your bedding collection, Patton also recommends the brand’s Hermès Scarf Pillows, which she calls “an investment, but truly works of art."