6 of the Best Bed Sheets, According to our Homes Editor
You’ll be hitting the snooze button to stay in these cozy linens.
The key to a comfortable bed? Picking the perfect set of sheets. There’s nothing more satisfying than hoping into a bed made up with a fresh pair of sheets at the end of a long day. (Where do you side on the top sheet debate?) But choosing the best set can be overwhelming—there’s an overflow of what seem to be quality options on the market. Which sheets are worth the splurge? Are budget-friendly bed linens just as cozy as the expensive options? (If you decide on the bargain set, try this hack for making them extra soft.) When it comes to what type of material, it depends on personal preference. (As for color, we suggest sticking with white sheets because they’re easier to wash.) Read on for six of our homes editor’s favorite sheets.
Mellanni Bed Sheet Set
Touted as wrinkle, fade, and stain resistant, these hypoallergenic sheets are a best-seller on Amazon with over 50,000 customer reviews. This four-piece set is available in 39 different colors. ($25; amazon.com)
Southern Living 800-Thread-Count Sateen Sheet Set
Maybe we’re biased, but we love this sheet set from Dillard’s Southern Living home collection. The super-soft sateen material provides a luxe sheen. (from $160; dillards.com)
280-Thread-Count Pima Cotton Percale Sheet Set
The luxe pima cotton material stays extra soft from wash to wash and season to season. Choose from eight neutral colors. ($109; llbean.com)
Organic Tic Stripe Sheet Set
If you’re looking for printed sheets, we suggest this subtle striped set from Joanna Gaines’ Hearth & Hand line at Target. Pair these 100% cotton sheets with a solid comforter. ($60; target.com)
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PB Classic 400-Thread-Count Organic Sheet Set
Add a set of these classic white sheets to your linen closet. Personalize them by embroidering a monogram on the hem (which also makes for a great gift!). (from $109; potterybarn.com)
Classic Core Sheet Set
Brooklinen recommends these breathable cotton sheets for “hot sleepers.” The best part? The fitted sheets come in “short” or “long,” so they’re sure to fit your mattress (especially great for grads in need of “twin XL” sheets for dorms!). ($129; brooklinen.com)