The 14 Best Places to Buy Bedding in 2021

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Best Places to Buy Bedding

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Our Top Picks

Brooklinen

"This well-loved brand is the place to find stylish, high-quality sheets and bedding bundles at accessible prices."

Parachute

"You'll find modern, minimalist bedding that's designed with versatility in mind."

West Elm

"This is a go-to retailer for chic, responsibly-sourced bedding."

Bed Bath & Beyond

"Find everything you need for comfy bedding at every budget."

Overstock

" Brimming with high-quality and affordable bedding, mattresses, pillows, and more."

Pottery Barn

"The place to create a timeless bedroom look with luxury bedding and basic essentials."

Restoration Hardware

"Features modern and sophisticated bedding that creates a hotel-quality experience at home."

Casper

"Stock up on chic bedding in soft colors to go along with your comfy new mattress."

Anthropologie

"The place to go for boho-chic bedding in eye-catching prints, colors, and textures."

Serena & Lily

"Offers crisp, coastal-inspired style in shades of white, blue, and gray."

Pine Cone Hill

"Focuses on comfort, color, and understated elegance, so there's something for everyone."

Garnet Hill

"If you're looking for colors and patterns, start your search here."

The Company Store

"They're most known for their comforters, but the sheet collections are just as impressive."

Macy's

"There are prints and patterns galore, although the styles veer more traditional than trendy."


​When it comes down to it, it seems like we spend most of our lives either at work or in bed, doesn't it? So it stands to reason that we should feel extremely motivated to make our beds into a total sanctuary—a retreat from the world that is comfortable, cozy, and stylish, too.

Whether you're just furnishing your first place or ready to upgrade the bed you've had for years, we've got you. We're breaking down our favorite (and most highly-recommended) places to shop for bedding both in stores and online—from boutique brands to department stores.

Here, the best places to buy bedding.

Brooklinen

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What we like
  • Relatively affordable prices

  • Limited edition designs

  • Last Chance sale section

What we don't like
  • Can't request fabric samples

Following in the footsteps of successful DTC (direct to consumer) brands like Warby Parker and Everlane, Brooklinen is an online bedding company (with one store location in Brooklyn) that's trying to change how we shop for bedding. Sheets, comforters, and duvet covers can be purchased together in stylish mix-and-match bundles so you can choose a combination of patterns and solid colors that suit your style. They also supply pillows, blankets, and candles to complete your perfect bedroom.

What Editors Say

"I am a big advocate of Brooklinen's bedding sets and have bought at least five different sets in the last several years. I love that I can rely on this brand for an array of subtle, modern patterns that seem created for my generation rather than my grandparents'. I also really appreciate that Brooklinen doesn't force me to buy a top sheet that I'll never use, and that their customer service is top-notch (I once accidentally tore a fitted sheet and they quickly sent me a replacement)." — Mélanie Berliet, General Manager

Parachute

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What we like
  • Good range of on-trend colors

  • Top sheet is optional

  • 10 brick and mortar stores nationwide

  • Can order fabric swatches

What we don't like
  • Last Chance sale section can only be shopped by members

  • No patterned options

Designed in Venice Beach, California, and manufactured by artisans around the globe, Parachute's bedding collections are a modern minimalist's dream come true. Sheets (available in percale, sateen, and linen) and duvet covers are all in washed-out and neutral hues like white, beige, light blue, and subtle pinstripes. Since launching with bedding, Parachute has expanded to include bath linens and bed frames, plus throw pillows, tabletop linens, and more—all with their signature beachy, coastal vibe.

Parachute first made a name for themselves by marketing a bed setup without a top sheet—just the fitted sheet and a super-soft duvet, so you can buy individual top sheets or pillowcase sets and build your collection from there, or opt for a set with a fitted sheet and pillowcases.

West Elm

West Elm
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What we like
  • Lots of options, including hard to find fabrics

  • Large sale section

  • Store locations nationwide

What we don't like
  • Range of color options varies depending on product

  • Short return window

With a wide selection of modern bedding, West Elm is a go-to for chic sheet sets, duvet covers, blankets, quilts, and more. You’ll find bedding made from high-quality fabrics like organic cotton, TENCEL, linen, and flannel, to name a few, and the muted color options are sure to complement your bedroom decor. This is a great place to find stylish bedding for babies and kids, too. Prices vary, and the store often offers discounts. 

Bed Bath & Beyond

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What we like
  • Frequent discounts

  • Store locations nationwide

  • Same day delivery for some products from local stores

What we don't like
  • Quality is hit or miss

For bed basics and beyond—you'll find whatever you're looking for at Bed Bath & Beyond. You can literally build your bed from the ground up if necessary; they have frames, mattresses, memory foam toppers, canopies, and of course—sheets, duvets, and blankets. Prices range from basic and affordable to luxury investment bedding, like Frette at Home sheet sets.

Overstock

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What we like
  • Wide selection of affordable options

  • Filters make it easy to search

  • Frequent discounts

What we don't like
  • Online only

  • Short return window

  • Quality is hit or miss

Another great place to source your complete bedding needs, Overstock is brimming with affordable and high-quality options for mattresses, bed frames and headboards, sheet sets, duvets, and pillows.

It can be overwhelming to browse their giant selection, but Overstock has given you a head start by sorting their sheet collections by fabric as well as size, and further filters on the side of the page allow you to select thread count, price, and brand. Mattresses can be shopped by "bed in a box," sets, memory foam, hybrid, and even latex.

Pottery Barn

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What we like
  • Good range of organic/eco-friendly options

  • Store locations nationwide

  • Collaborations with top designers

What we don't like
  • Short return window

  • Unclear supply chain

For a timeless, classic bedroom look, Pottery Barn should be your go-to source for linens, sheets, blankets, and bed skirts. Not to mention their beds and headboards are sophisticated and, naturally, a bit of an investment. You'll find luxury sheet sets and basics as well, many of which can be monogrammed for a personal (and preppy!) touch.

RH

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What we like
  • High quality materials

  • Can order swatches

What we don't like
  • No budget-friendly options

  • Website hard to navigate/filter

Modern and sophisticated, Restoration Hardware's bedding offerings are hard to resist. We love their hotel collection sheets and duvets that will make every night feel like a getaway. Our favorite designs are pure white with rich embroidery on the borders that can be personalized, too.

Casper

Casper
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What we like
  • Good range of color options

  • Also available on Amazon and at Target

What we don't like
  • Only three types of sheets available

  • Only the sateen sheets are OEKO-TEX certified

By now you've probably heard of Casper, and you might even own one of their mattresses—made famous because they arrive at your door in a box small enough to carry and fit through any doorway. Naturally, Casper soon developed pillows to accompany their mattresses, so it makes sense that the innovative brand has just launched its own line of bedding, including sheet sets, duvets, and mattress covers.

The sheet sets come in three fabric options: Supima, sateen, and airy cotton. Their soft, washed-out colors include minty green, faded charcoal, nude, and of course, crisp white.

Anthropologie

Anthropologie
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What we like
  • Boho-chic bedding in eye-catching prints

  • Store locations nationwide

  • Carries other brands including Coyuchi and Peacock Alley

What we don't like
  • Can be a bit pricey

  • Bedding cannot be returned to stores, only mailed back

For boho-chic sheet sets, duvet covers, throw blankets, pillows, and more, Anthropologie has you covered. The store offers a wide selection of bedding in eye-catching prints, colors, and textures, like embellished sheet sets and fringed duvet covers. Prices vary, and it’s a great place to find a statement piece to upgrade your bedroom decor.

Serena & Lily

Serena & Lily
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What we like
  • High quality

  • Several patterned options

  • Can order swatches

What we don't like
  • Limited colors (mostly blue and white)

  • Expensive

Serena & Lily is the place to find bedding with crisp, coastal-inspired style. There’s a collection of white sheet sets with beachy blue embellishments and patterns, or you can opt for solid sheets in colors like sky blue or fog gray. Duvet covers, shams, and other items also feature lots of crisp blue and white styles and neutral tones. You can outfit your entire bed with an essential bedding set, which includes a duvet cover, sheet set, and sham, or just pick up a comfy new sheet set.

Pine Cone Hill

Pine Cone Hill
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What we like
  • Easy to shop by category

  • Lots of patterns and colors

What we don't like
  • Can be a bit pricey

With a focus on comfort, color, and understated elegance, the bedding collection at Pine Cone Hill has something for everyone. The sheet sets are easy to shop by category: solid, printed, classic white, flannel, embroidered, luxury, etc. The store also has everything you need to make your bed super comfy, including duvet covers, comforter sets, coverlets, pillows, mattress pads, and more. 

Garnet Hill

Garnet Hill
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What we like
  • Has extra-deep sizes

  • Lots of patterns and colors

  • Unlimited returns

What we don't like
  • Most sheets are unavailable as a set

Looking for a company that focuses on sustainable, eco-friendly fibers? Head over to Garnet Hill, where you’ll find bedding made from linen, TENCEL, organic cotton, and more. Much of their bedding is OEKO-TEX certified and free from harmful substances, and you can find sheet sets, duvet covers, quilts, coverlets, shams, blankets, and other essentials in a range of colors and prints. Hint: One of the company’s signature products is their all-season European flannel sheet sets.

The Company Store

The Company Store
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What we like
  • Deep pocket and wrinkle-resistant options

  • Tons of color options

  • Referral program

What we don't like
  • Not every collection can be purchased as a set

The Company Store is a great place to shop for cozy comforters, bed linens, pillows, mattress toppers and pads, and other bedding basics. They're most known for their variety of down and down alternative comforters in a range of weights, sizes, and colors, but their sheet collections are just as impressive.

They have sheets in all types of materials and colors, with a mix of sets and individually-sold bedding basics. Many of their top sheets, fitted sheets, and pillowcases are sold separately, which comes in handy if you prefer sleeping without a top sheet, for example. 

Macy's

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What we like
  • Store locations nationwide

  • Frequent sales and deals

  • Tons of brands to shop

What we don't like
  • Quality is hit or miss

What you might call the "OG" on our list of the best places to buy bedding, Macy's has everything. There are prints and patterns galore, although the styles veer more traditional than trendy, and the Martha Stewart and Charter Club collections are must-sees. Macy's should be your go-to for all the basics like down comforters, mattress pads, and basic sheets.

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This article was edited and researched by Cristina Sanza, a lifestyle writer specializing in home products and organization hacks. To keep our retailer selections current, she reads customer reviews, third-party articles, and brand websites, and includes some of her favorite places to shop for bedding.

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