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Where Is A Good Place To Buy Bedding



The bedding that we choose for our bedrooms defines the space and sets the tone for we feel in the space. Not only will you be looking at it, but you're going to be living in it too. Here is where you will put your needs first for a bed that creates a sleep sanctuary. After a mattress, we like to think that the bedding you choose can make or break how you sleep.




where is a good place to buy bedding


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Of course, the question that comes to mind is where are the best places to buy bedding? Depending on your needs and budget, there are a lot of options. Are you after something simple or hoping to style a bed that resembles those in a five-star hotel?


Just one word of departing advice: please don't forget the mattress protector, and if you're curious about any bedroom design ideas, you have our permission, and that of experts, bedding is a great place to start.


Brooklinen's claim to fame may be their sheets, but we've tried almost everything Brooklinen has to offer, and they consistently wow us with a steady rotation of bedding basics, some fun accent pieces, and limited edition launches to really whet our appetite. The bedding encourages bundling, making it easy to make your entire bed from the retailers selection of inserts, duvets, sheets, pillows and blankets.


Anthropologie fully carries its whimsical bohemian brand identity into its home furnishings and bedding collections. In addition to its in-house creations and design partnerships, Anthro carries brands like Coyuchi, Sunday Citizen and Sijo and unique one-of-a-kind items with a focus on fair-trade, ethically made, and upcycled products. If you love exploring little details and bedding with a look that you really can't find anywhere else, for us, it's all about Anthropologie.


Boll & Branch built its identity around fair labor practices and organic materials. In fact, they're the first 100% organic Fair Trade Certified bedding company, well ever. Between unwinding in their Signature Hemmed Sheets, made from 100% cotton, or indulging with a fluffy down duvet insert, featuring ethically sourced down from USA farms, then cleaned with Bluesign certified detergent, making the down 2x cleaner than the government standard, and allergy-friendly, there is a product that will change how you think about bedding.


Sijo Home is an innovator in the bedding space with an emphasis on sustainability. Their original debut, the classic French Linen with a stonewashed feel and produced in small batches and sustainably sourced, while the soft and silky Eucalyptus is especially kind on hair and skin, and quite literally coolest sheets they offer. Only recently did Sijo incorporate cotton into their sheets, with their newest innovation, Clima, a cotton fabrication that incorporates phase change material to keep you warm when you're cold, or cold when you're hot.


The Company Store's bedding origins revolve around their down offerings, but today they have a wide selection of down, down alternative products and bedding materials. No stranger to bold colors, or prints, they typically offer a rainbow of color options and have a personalization program for monogramming. From wrinkle-free sheets and the coziest flannel to eco-conscious down bedding breakthroughs, The Company Store has lots to offer that you're bound to love.


Riley is another newish bedding company aiming to deliver the highest quality at the best prices. Riley has exclusive partnerships with Portugal's finest textile mills, many of which have been family-owned for generations, as well as global and US-based manufacturers. They love to tap into the expression of "Life of Riley," an enviable carefree, jet-set life, where relaxation is at its heart, and this bedding aims to do just that.


The spectrum of Citizenry's catalog spans furniture, rugs, and decor, sourced from over 3,000 artisans around the world, 22 countries if we're counting. But if you're after bedding, they're most renowned for the stonewashed linen, made of French flax and woven in the oldest, family-run linen mill in Portugal, while the handmade lumbar pillows are a bonafide staple for fans of the Citizenry. The Citizenry works with fair trade artisans around the world to bring global design and time-worn techniques to individuals intrigued and inspired by the craft. In fact, artisans and partners are paid two times the standard fair trade rate for their skills.


Cozy Earth may have originated around a fascination with a silk comforter, but it's their bamboo bedding that is the true standout: soft, airy, and temperature regulating. Cozy Earth worked diligently from start to finish with farmers to manufacturers to create from bamboo fabric and fiber is responsibly sourced, made of the highest quality, and avoids using any sort of chemicals in its fabric treatment. The fiber process also recycles water and does not release waste into the environment.


It's also incredibly telling that they stand behind their product and it's quality, that they offer a 10-year warranty on bedding, towels, and clothing against pilling, discoloration, and shredding. Pretty incredible considering some bedding experts recommend refreshing linens every two years. And you get a 100 night sleep trial to decide if they're up to your own standards.


For those on the hunt for wholly organic bedding, without fail, our minds immediately drift to Coyuchi's selection of percale cotton, linen, jersey and more . Since 1991, they've been ahead of the eco-friendly curve with their commitment to 100% organic fibers and a traceable supply chain. Their products come with a host of certifications including GOTS, GOLS, MadeSafe, Fair Trade Certified, and 1% for the Planet.


Woolwoom takes wool sourcing and production exceptionally seriously and is unique in offering a Wool ID Traceability Programme where wool used in any Woolroom bedding and mattress collections will be fully traceable back to a group of farms in the UK. Each product has a QR code that enables you to see down to the sheep that it came from.


Ballard Designs' is a decorator's paradise, with the ability to source everything for your home in one space. In addition to beautifully appointed bedding sets, the imagery (and catalogs) itself serves up immense bedroom inspiration, they also offer luxurious sheet options including Egyptian Percale and Belgian Linen. Many of these items can also be monogrammed as you please.


Frontgate is a sister company to Ballard Designs, and offers a robust selection of fashionable designer-quality bedding. The stylish bedding emphasizes detail and texture for a luxurious approach to bedroom styling. And when it comes to basics, they've mastered hotel-quality finds.


Matouk signifies American luxury: with almost 100 years in operation, family owned and operated, and artisan built. Matouk has the ability to customize your bedding to exacting specifications through their Bespoke Atelier and monogramming services. Matouk also has a licensing agreement with Schumacher to exclusively use its timeless prints across its textile offerings. It's not uncommon to find Matouk linens at a number of luxury hotels and resorts such as the infamous Colony Palm Beach in Palm Beach, Florida, or the brand new Equinox hotel in New York City.


These down comforters are filled with premium, ethically sourced European duck down with a 600 fill power and have a baffle-box construction to keep fill in place. Available in summer, all-season and winter weights.


Peacock Alley nails the look when it comes to elegant and refined bedding, without being so fussy that you wouldn't be able to live in your bedding. All textiles are sourced from around the world, especially Portugal before being sewn in a Dallas workshop. Coverlets and quilts are a signature component to a well-layered and appointed bed, with fine textiles and craftsmanship at the heart of every product.


Pine Cone Hill is an extension of textile designer Annie Selke's offerings as a bedding brand. Selke is not one to shy away from color and fun prints, but she does offer more neutral or refined options as well among a selection of quilts, sheets, duvets, and more. Pine Cone Hill also has a special textile collection with celebrity designer Kit Kemp, as well as its own monogram shop for personalization options. All products are crafted by artisans committed to fair-labor practices.


Sferra combines fine Italian craftsmanship with the highest quality materials and impeccable attention to detail. Originating in the late 1800s, connecting Italian lace to Americans, Sferra has grown into a textile powerhouse known for its quality and consistent innovation with cotton, like being the first to introduce long staple cotton or the rare cotton variations it cultivates with its SFERRA Giza 45 Egyptian Cotton bedding.


With everything from luxury mattresses and cozy sheets to soft comforters and even furniture, Nest Bedding is a great option for everything involving bedroom decor. You can snag a bed, nightstand and new bedding in one swoop, so go ahead and see what Nest Bedding has to offer.


Lyocell is a type of rayon that's super trendy in bedding because it feels substantially softer and smoother than cotton, and Tencel is a form of lyocell that's known for its sustainable production practices. West Elm's set is made entirely of Tencel and outperformed more than 14 other rayon sheets in our evaluations.


Besides its GOTS certification, it's also Fair Trade Certified, which focuses on ethics throughout the supply chain. So even though this one's a bit pricier than others, the brand works to improve the wages and working conditions at the farms and factories where it's produced.


Lexie Sachs (she/her) is the executive director of the Textiles, Paper and Apparel Lab at the Good Housekeeping Institute, where she researches, tests and reports on fabric-based products ranging from sheets, mattresses and towels to bras, fitness apparel and other clothing. She also evaluates luggage, rain gear, disposable paper goods and baby products. Lexie has more than 15 years of experience in the textiles industry and a degree in fiber science from Cornell University. Prior to joining GH in 2013, she worked in merchandising and product development in the fashion and home industries. 041b061a72


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