The 12 Best Places to Buy Luxury Bedding in 2020

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Our Top Picks

Brooklinen

"You can purchase sheets, comforters, and duvet covers together in stylish mix-and-match bundles."

Linoto

"Woven from fine Belgian and Italian linens, these luxury sheets, pillowcases, and duvet covers offer a soft yet sturdy feel."

Parachute

"Their washed-out, neutral bedding collections are a modern minimalist's dream come true."

Boll & Branch

"The brand's best-selling, 100 percent cotton fabric is a notably soft and drapey material."

Jungalow

"Each of their unique pieces features vibrant hues, bold patterns, rich textures, and playful details."

West Elm

"You’ll find bedding made from high-quality fabrics like organic cotton, Tencel, linen, and flannel."

Pottery Barn

"A great source for both luxury sheet sets and basics, many of which can be monogrammed for a personal touch."

Serena & Lily

"If you're unsure about your picks, you can schedule a complimentary design consultation for expert recommendations." 

Coyuchi

"This California-based brand has been producing high-quality, sustainable linens since 1991."

Under the Canopy

"Choose from a variety of (surprisingly affordable) shams, sheets, blankets, and other linens—all made of 100 percent organic cotton."

Bed, Bath & Beyond

"This budget retailer has a surprisingly good selection of luxury bedding from designers like Vera Wang, Frette, and Waterford."

Neiman Marcus

"They carry upscale bedding made of the most luxurious materials, including alpaca, cashmere, cotton, and silk."

We spend about a third of our lives sleeping, so why not treat yourself? Sometimes, you have to set yourself up with upscale products to get the best shut-eye. Needless to say, investing in high-quality bedding is definitely justifiable. However, with all of the retailers on the market, it can be difficult to find the best ones. We scoured the internet to bring you the top resources for purchasing cloud-like comforters, super-soft sheets, plush pillows, dreamy duvets, and more.

Here, the best places to buy luxury bedding:

Brooklinen

Heathered Cashmere Sheets
 Brooklinen

Brooklinen has only been around since 2014, but the direct-to-consumer bedding brand has really made a name for itself in the luxury linens market. By cutting out the middleman, the manufacturer is able to deliver top-quality bedding at reasonable prices. You can get sheets, duvet covers, pillows, comforters, quilts, blankets, and even kids' bedding in a variety of deluxe fabrics (including linen, heathered cashmere, and luxe sateen).

If you're really looking to splurge, the heathered cashmere collection is just as opulent as it sounds. It's breathable, beautiful, and exceedingly soft. With the luxe sateen line, you'll get 480-thread-count bedding with rich, lustrous weave. No matter which option you select, you'll love slipping into your bed after a long day.

Linoto

Linoto Sheets
 Linoto

The luxury bedding from Linoto is woven out of fine Italian and Belgian linens. While all of the brand's offerings are high quality, you'll find the most luxurious options in the organic collection. Woven from certified organic flax yarns, the sheets are first washed in eco-friendly laundry soap, then carefully pressed, packed, and shipped to your door in plastic-free packaging. 

You can also get flat sheets, fitted sheets, pillowcases, duvet covers, shams, coverlets, and bed skirts. The materials are soft and breathable yet sturdy and long-lasting. All bedding comes in standard sizes, but you can also special-order custom sizes. Though Linoto's organic line is only available in ivory, the other collections come in 29 different colors.

Parachute

Parachute Quilt
Parachute 

Like Brooklinen, Parachute is a relatively new direct-to-consumer brand offering premium linens and home goods. When you browse their bedding, you'll find top sheets, fitted sheets, pillowcases, shams, duvet covers, quilts, blankets, and bedding sets—all crafted by artisans from high-quality, globally sourced materials. Choose from gauzy, cloud-like cotton, Bohemian diamond stitch, cozy waffle weave, crisp percale, smooth sateen, or European flax linen.

All pieces are available in standard bed sizes and come in a range of neutral hues, including white, taupe, terra cotta, and charcoal gray. Plus, Parachute has an Oeko-Tex certification, meaning all products are made safely without any synthetics or harmful chemicals.

Boll & Branch

Boll & Branch Bedding
Boll & Branch 

Boll & Branch is a high-end manufacturer and retailer of bedding, mattresses, and bath linens. The brand's best-selling signature fabric is a notably soft and drapey material. With the flannel collection, you'll get cozy and dense yet breathable and ultra-soft bedding. The percale line is crisp and cool, offering a smooth and structured feel reminiscent of hotel linens. And the 500-thread-count premium luxe fabric has a silky-soft feel and features couture detailing.

The standard and flannel collections come in an array of colors and styles. While the percale and luxe lines have fewer options, the neutral styles are perfectly beautiful and versatile. In the spirit of creating quality products that benefit those who farm the raw materials, all bedding from Boll & Branch is made with 100 percent organic cotton.

Jungalow

Jungalow Bedding
Jungalow

Bedding from Jungalow includes luxury quilts, quilt sets, throw blankets, duvet sets, and sheets, all made of 100 percent cotton. Browse collections from multiple designers, including Jungalow founder Justina Blakeney and Like a Lion. Each unique piece features vibrant hues, bold patterns, rich textures, and playful details—we're talking zig-zags, botanical prints, intricate quilting, and tassels.

West Elm

West Elm Bedding
West Elm 

While you may know them for their furniture, West Elm also hosts a variety of luxury bedding options. You can get everything from duvet covers, shams, and coverlets to blankets, sheets, and quilts to turn your bedroom into a highly stylized sanctuary. West Elm carries bedding in various fabrics, including certified Fair Trade breathable Belgian flax linen, lightweight organic cotton, and rich velvet. The selection includes tons of chic neutrals, as well as bolder styles, so there's something for every type of bedroom.

Pottery Barn

Pottery Barn Bedding
Pottery Barn

Pottery Barn is another tried-and-true resource for premium bedding. With a broad range of choices from a variety of designer lines, it won't take long to find something you love. Fabric options include traditional cotton, Belgian linen, percale, hemp, and silk. As for style, you can filter by solid, patterned, and textured designs, as well as hotel-style and holiday bedding. 

If you prioritize sustainability, there's plenty of certified non-toxic, Fair Trade, and organic materials too. Whether you need a duvet cover, sheets, shams, a mattress pad, a bed skirt, a quilt, a coverlet (or all of the above), you'll find it here.

Serena & Lily

Serena & Lily Bedding
Courtesy of Serena & Lily 

With their well-curated selection of effortless, coastal style pieces, Serena & Lily has quickly become many people's go-to site for furniture, rugs, lighting, and more. But what you may not know much about are their bedding offerings, which include everything from classic white sheets and other essentials to higher-end embroidered duvet covers and shams.

If you're unsure of where to start—trust us, there are a lot of options!—you can even consult Serena & Lily's complimentary design advice service. Simply send over pictures of your current set-up (along with your goals for the space) and an advisor will get back to you with mood boards, room plans, and more.

Coyuchi

Coyuchi Bedding
Courtesy of Coyuchi.

Organic bedding is all the rage right now, but it's certainly nothing new—just take Coyuchi, a California-based brand that first started producing sustainable linens in 1991. While their offerings have changed since then, each piece is made with the intent of evolving alongside both past and future collections (and neutral enough to complement your existing bedding). Translation: high quality, versatile linens in a variety of colors and fabrics, including crinkled percale, relaxed linen, and 300 thread count sateen.

If you're looking to make other areas of your space more sustainable too, Coyuchi has a variety of other luxe offerings, including robes, kitchen and bath towels, loungewear, and even face masks. A win-win for both you and your home!

Under the Canopy

Under the Canopy
 Courtesy of Under the Canopy

Under the Canopy is another retailer that prides itself on providing high-quality, sustainable bedding. Here, you'll find sheets, blankets, shams, and quilts made with 100-percent organic, Fair Trade-certified cotton that only gets softer with time.

Of their best-selling items, we would recommend their light cotton sheet set, which comes in a variety of muted neutrals (including Ivory, Stone, Mint, and Grey). They're surprisingly affordable, so you won't mind picking up an extra set—or two!

Bed Bath & Beyond

Bed Bath & Beyond Bedding
Bed Bath & Beyond 

Bed Bath & Beyond carries an impressive selection of high-end comforters, duvet covers, quilts, sheets, and bedding accessories, like throw pillows, blankets, and bed skirts. When you browse online, you'll find products from premium lines like Piper & Wright, Waterford, Ugg, and Vera Wang. Whether you're partial to cotton, microfiber, linen, flannel, sateen, high thread counts, or performance fabrics, Bed Bath & Beyond has bedding that'll align with your personal preferences.

Neiman Marcus

Neiman Marcus Bedding
Neiman Marcus

If you're willing to spend a little more on luxury bedding, you might want to head over to Neiman Marcus. Here, you'll find the standard offerings, crafted for superior comfort from the finest fabrics (including alpaca, cashmere, linen, and silk). Some of their most notable designers include Austin Horn Collection, Avasa Home, Bovi Fine Linens, Evangeline Linens, and Ralph Lauren Home.

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