14 best bedding brands to buy — inc. labels loved by Oprah, Ashley Tisdale, and Kourtney Kardashian

Dreamy sleep essentials from the best bedding brands, including celeb favorites

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Searching for the best bedding brands? Let's face it, there's nothing dreamier than a fresh set of sheets. If you're looking to change up your bedding set — here's where to shop.

Switching up bedding is one of my favorite ways to make my sleep space feel brand new. There are so many different styles out there, from plain ones that can be layered with complementing pillows and throws, right up to bold and bright ones that command all the attention in the room.

Whether you're looking for that luxe feel or just want to make an impact, we've done all the hard work of scrolling through the internet for you for all the best bedding sets. From affordable ones that you might find in your local mall, to specialized bedding brands — we've got you. Oh, and there are also organic, eco-friendly, and celebrity-approved brands, too. 

The best bedding brands in 2024

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We have tested bedding from most of the brands above, in our own homes over several weeks, sleeps, and washes. That has meant a lot of snuggling up every night to vouch for the material quality, coolness, and coziness of each set.

In instances where our team couldn't get their hand on the bedding, they looked at third-party reviews on the retailer sites and used their bedding expertise to make sense of the specs.

Best affordable bedding brands

These mid-range bedding brands are nice and affordable, offering unique on-trend sets that you can pick up online. Their ranges change by season so that you can keep your room up to date. You can buy more than just bedding and sleep stuff from these brands, too. 

1. Amazon

A Bedsure beige queen size comforter on bed in neutral bedroom with marble effect side table

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With Amazon, the question becomes, "What does it not sell?" The retailer is your one-stop shop for everything for your bedroom — sheets, comforters, mattress protectors, toppers, pillows, throws, and the list goes on. Reinforce your picks with the extensive network of reviews (confirm authenticity with photo reviews) and bestseller lists to get a feel for what's trending. It's got a real high-low mix ranging from Amazon Basics, Mellanni, Utopia Bedding, California Design Den, and Madison Park, to name a few.

2. H&M Home

Cotton Sateen King/Queen Duvet Cover Set in white with black trim

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Originally known for its affordable fashion, Swedish brand H&M's bedding offering has grown extensively over the past few years, becoming a firm favorite with interior lovers (me!) for its on-trend affordable furnishings. It has a core range of linen duvet covers, as well as inserts, that tend to come in the season's must-have colors. From fashion-conscious ginghams to leopard print spots, you can bet on H&M to jump on the current TikTok interior trends. 

3. Anthropologie

Anthropologie Textured Piazza Quilt in white in boho style bedroom with wooden headboard and ladder

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Anthro's vibrant selection of beautiful bedding will have your space looking like a catalog. Make a statement with their printed duvet covers, embroidered shams, and hand-sewn quilts, or layer up your bed with throws and decorative pillows. Browse through the tremendous selection of colors and textures. Verdict — every piece feels special. It's the perfect place for Boho chic and feminine bedding with flair.

4. Nordstrom

A floral, colorful bedding set with a wooden headboard and nightstand

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If you love Nordstrom for its fashion, the retailer's home selection will not disappoint, with a perfect mix of designer names, up-and-coming brands, and of course, the in-house label: Nordstrom at Home, for foundational items like pillows, comforters, and high-quality sheet sets. Nordstrom also sells Matouk, as well as DKNY, Boll & Branch, Bole Road Textiles, Peri Home, Pom Pom at Home, and Marimekko.

5. Target

Threshold™ - 5pc Modern Stripe Comforter Set Off-White on bed in white airy room

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Target has always been a reliable source for all your dorm room essentials. You can literally grab everything you need for less than 50 bucks. Threshold (Target's own line) has nailed a collection of cheap sheet sets in fun prints and designs, from florals to geometrics, and they aren't bad in quality at all. The perfect pick-me-up to take to college, your new place or to keep for when friends come to stay, they've got great value bedding basics you can rely on. Chilly apartment or college bedroom? Look out for those heated throws!

6. Wayfair

A white bed in a white bedroom

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Wayfair is another example of a home site that has absolutely everything, catering to all styles and all budgets. Wayfair has excellent filtering options that let you shop according to color, pattern, material, warmth layer, product styles, and a host of other categories, so you can find what you're looking for faster. It's also useful to know that Wayfair is almost always running sales, making it a great time to browse the sale sections to see what's on markdown. For that "snuggled in" feeling, it's a great place to shop for weighted blankets, and for sleepovers, dash over for a daybed cover. If it's your first time shopping on the site, have a look at brands like Wayfair Basics, Union Rustic, and Latitude Run.

The best specialized bedding brands

These retailers specialize in bedding and sleep — some even sell mattresses in a box, mattress toppers, pillows, duvet inserts, mattress protectors, and other accessories. This means these sheets are of super high quality, but they do come at a high price tag. We've listed each brand's most affordable sheet set, just so that you can get an idea of the price. If you want to splurge on a set that you want to last for years to come, then here's where to shop.

7. Brooklinen

Classic Core Sheet Set in graphite color in bedroom with big plant, wooden bed frame and white fluffy rug

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A big-time (award-winning) favorite, Brooklinen has everything you need for a restful night's sleep —and a stylish one. With sheet sets, shams, comforters, pillows and toppers in every material and colorway imaginable, there's something for everyone. Not many brands, I believe, get the balance between quality and style, right. You might have to spend a little more on a set, but it will last you for longer. Plus, don't forget that if you sign up for their newsletter you get 10% off and free shipping on orders over $100.

8. Parachute

Percale Sheet Set in moss color in bedroom with biege walls and a white bed frame

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Designed with ultimate relaxation in mind, Parachute offers a curated collection of bedding essentials that raise the bar when it comes to comfort. Think breezy linen sheets, cool cotton, and plush pillow top mattresses you just want to trust fall into. The vast choice of colors on offer is just as chic for an effortless-looking bed you'll struggle to get out of. With a commitment to ethical manufacturing, you can snooze with peace of mind. Eco-warriors, be assured that you've got free carbon-neutral shipping and returns, too. Plus, if you're looking for a celebrity-inspired look, it's well-documented that Ashley Tisdale loves the brand.

9. Ettitide

Ettitude Signature Sateen Sheet Set in almond color in same color bedroom

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Despite its rapid regeneration, bamboo fabrics can get a bad rap for excessive chemical use during production. Not Ettitude, though. The eco-friendly bedding company created its own special process, dubbed Clean Bamboo, that uses a non-toxic solvent and recycles 98% of the solution up to 200 times to turn raw bamboo into the silkiest material. Seriously, the brand's sateen sheets, made completely from bamboo viscose are among the most buttery-soft we've slept on, while the bamboo mattress protector is both breathable and waterproof! 

The company operates according to the 17 sustainable development goals part of the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Just last year, Ettitude sheet sets saved over 275 million gallons of water and prevented 875 thousand kilograms when compared to cotton, and nearly 80,000 plastic bottles were recycled to make the down alternative comforter. They also achieved carbon neutrality in 2021 and are working to become plastic-free.

10. Sunday Citizen

A beige bedding set on a dark wood headboard

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Sunday Citizen was born out of catering to hotels wanting luxury blankets that could withstand the test of time, and it carries this refined but affordable approach through still today. The key to this fourth-generation family business’ success? Keeping softness and happiness in mind. So, if your first priority is being comfy, this is the store to shop for quiet luxury essentials without the price tag. And, say you do want that hotel-from-home experience, they sell bath robes too. Just saying.

11. Riley

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Riley promises five-star hotel quality sheets crafted in a fourth-generation, family-owned textile mill in Portugal, emphasizing quality and craftsmanship. The direct-to-consumer model helps keep prices reasonable, and the brand also follows the growing flat-sheet optional trend. In addition to seasonal releases and special edition colors, the hallmarks of the brand are its percale sheets and down offerings, but in reality, they offer a robust range. One of the biggest perks? You can shop hassle-free with a 60-day trial and free shipping, and the brand also offers a rewards program. 

12. Casper

Casper SuperSoft Sheet Set up close in oatmeal color

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Home to some of the best bedding buys on the market — from pillows to mattresses — Casper offers high-tech bedding at a reasonable cost. As well as super cozy pillows, the hybrid mattresses are pretty popular — and for good reason. Available to shop together along with stylish sheet sets, protectors, and more, if you're looking for a fuss-free bedding bundle that has more than the essentials, this is it. On the fence on whether to click 'buy'? You've got a 30-night trial, with free shipping and returns.

The best eco-friendly bedding brands

If you're making a conscious effort to help the environment, then opt for an eco-friendly bedding brand. These brands below specialize in organic bedding bamboo products and more. All of which will help you sleep better and with zero guilt. For each brand, we've listed their most affordable sheet set because eco-friendly sheets are expensive, FYI.

13. Cozy Earth

Cozy Earth Bamboo Sheet Set in white on bed in white room with flowers on bedside

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Editor-approved by former Real Homes' EIC Melissa Epifano, this ultra-luxe bed brand, Cozy Earth will look after both you and the planet. Kind on the skin and the planet, it's known for having silky smooth bamboo sheets that get softer with every wash. Yes, you heard it right — no piling here. But forget that for a moment because this sustainable bedding brand is making movements when it comes to bamboo. Bringing this material into the mainstream, cozy Earth makes me question why I'd ever switch back to cotton. Well, maybe the price. Spend $50 to qualify for free shipping.

14. Boll & Branch

Signature "No-Flat-Sheet" Sheet Set in white on bed close up

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The bread and butter of Boll & Branch, besides its strict commitment to 100% organic cotton, is the Signature Hemmed Sheet set, a light and airy sateen that sleeps incredibly smooth and gets softer with each wash. Meanwhile, the brand's down products are responsibly sourced from farms in the U.S., and triple-washed with environmentally safe, Bluesign® certified detergent to create a cleaner, longer-lasting loft. It's actually two times cleaner than the government standard.

All products (including pillows, comforter inserts, mattresses, and accessories) are produced in fair trade working conditions, working with a network of 12,000 cotton farmers. The sustainability efforts of Boll & Branch also save 90% of the water used in conventional farming methods. The company uses third-party certification to confirm that its products meet the standard for organic farming. Sign up for the newsletter for 15% off.

Meet our testers

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Annie Collyer

There's nothing Annie loves more than a new bedding set, and she has tested a bunch for us, for our bedding shopping guides. She often switches her home decor colors for the season and uses bedding, cushions, and throws to do so. Annie has has also written for Ideal Homes, Homes & Gardens, and Livingetc.

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Louise Oliphant

Louise was previously our ecommerce and sleep editor, but now she works over at our sister brand Homes & Gardens. Louise previously tested all of our sleep products, from mattress toppers to bedding sets, and this list features some of the brands that often feature in the top spots of our shopping guides.

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Jaclyn Turner

Jaclyn was also our ecommerce editor, focusing on sleep content. Jaclyn reviewed a whole host of mattresses for us, plus pillows and bed sheets, and much more. Jaclyn featured some of her favorite brands in this list. She has also written for Livingetc, Homes & Gardens, Apartment Therapy, The Kitchn, The Spruce, The Spruce Eats, and MyDomaine.

Aside from deciding which product you're after, which would typically come from what needs replacing, there are things to look for when choosing the best bedding for you. These include finding the size you need, the material that works with your needs, and which color will go with your at-home aesthetic. As a main marker for finding the right bedding though, we'd recommend working out your budget. How much are you willing/can afford to spend? This will dictate where you shop since brands often cater to different price points. 

Annie Collyer
Head Ecommerce Editor

Hi! I'm Annie, and I'm the Head Ecommerce Editor at Real Homes. I've been part of the Real Homes team since 2018, when I joined as Deals Editor. Along with covering major sales events — from Black Friday to Amazon Prime Day — I review home must-haves so that you can buy with peace of mind. Mostly focusing on home fragrance and sleep, as well as a few vacuum cleaners, I've tested pretty much every item you can think of that you need in your home. I live on the outskirts of the city in a two-bed apartment with my husband and my pug, Doug. So I am always searching for compact alternatives and ways to save floor space. What about when I am not typing away? Well, you'll find me enjoying an iced coffee (no matter the season) and trying out the latest brunch spots the city has to offer, or booking my next holiday. Where else can you find my words? Livingetc, Homes & Gardens, Ideal Home, Gardeningetc, and Woman & Home.

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