The 13 Best Luxury Sheets of 2020

Upgrade Your Bedroom (And Your Sleep) With One Of These 13 Luxury Sheets

The 13 Best Luxury Sheets of 2020

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We're of the opinion that when it comes to one's bed, no dime should be spared.

After all, what you sleep on has a major effect on how well you sleep, so why not pamper yourself with a splurge-worthy setup? If you spend a lot of time in bed bingeing Netflix, scrolling through Instagram, or FaceTiming with friends, it's ly you already have a mattress topper, some cloud- pillows, and a cozy comforter. In order to give yourself the most satisfying sleep one could ask for, though, there's another item to check off your list—luxury bed sheets.  

No matter how comfy your actual bed is, good sheets—we're talking a hotel-worthy set—is the icing on top of a luxurious sleep experience. And whether you love the feel of fine silk or prefer 100-percent cotton percale, there’s an investment-worthy option out there.

With a luxury feel and aesthetic, Brooklinen's Linen Hardcore Sheet Bundle easily steals our top spot. While they're not cheap by any means, the sheets set the standard for comfort and quality. Plus, each set is customizable and when bought as bundle (rather than piecemeal), you save a serious chunk of change.

Brooklinen's sheets are made from 100-percent Belgian and French flax, and they're OEKO-TEX certified—meaning they're free of harmful chemicals.

Each sheet set is dyed in small batches, giving your linens a true one-of-a-kind look, too. Every linen bundle comes with a core sheet set, a duvet cover, and two extra pillowcases.

Should you want to mix and match patterns and colors, there are 11 to choose from!

A luxury sheet set doesn’t have to cost serious coin. If you're looking for a sub-$100 set that'll upgrade your bedroom without draining your bank account , the Malouf Double Brushed Microfiber Sheet Set is the way to go. As their name suggests, the sheets are made from double-brushed microfiber which is soft, supple, and breathable enough for hot sleepers.

As if that's not enough, the set is also hypo-allergenic and wrinkle, stain, pill, and fade resistant. The playful sheets come in nine colors lilac, ivory, blush, and ash, and each set comes with one flat sheet, one fitted sheet, and two pillowcases. One thing to keep in mind: The set is only available in queen and king sizes.

If you have a few extra dollars to spare, why not get yourself the best of the best? Not only are these sheets made Matouk's ever-popular Milano cotton percale, but they're also hemmed with a zig-zag appliqué (inspired by Moroccan tile) that's cut from the finest sateen.

As we're sure you've glanced the price by now, let us say yes, they're quite pricey.

But we promise you're really getting good bang for your buck as the airy, lightweight, 600-thread-count sheets are not only extremely breathable, but you don't have to worry about any harmful toxins or dyes hiding in your sheets as they're OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified.

Another thing to love? You get to fully customize your set—so you can leave out (or stock up on) whatever colors you'd from honey and champagne to pool and silver. For an even more luxurious touch, you can add a personalized monogram, too.

  Courtesy of The White Company 

Ah, cotton, a tried-and-true classic that’s sure to keep you comfy. Before you go buying any old cotton sheet set, though, it's important to know that they're not all created equal. That's why we're lobbying for you to reserve a spot in your linen closet for The White Company's Savoy Flat Sheet Set.

While you can buy The White Company's pieces individually, you can also pick up the entire collection in one fell swoop. That includes a button-fastened duvet cover, flat sheet, fitted sheet, two classic pillowcases, and two Oxford pillowcases that have an extra decorative border.

Every piece is made of 400-thread-count Egyptian cotton and the duvet is finished off with a tasteful cording that drapes oh-so satisfyingly over your bed. The set is sold only in crisp white, but you can choose from four different cord colors including navy, mink, silver, and white.

If you want something a little more crisp and cool to the touch, we're all about Parachute's Linen Sheet Set.

It’s crafted in Portugal from fine European flax and it features a breathable, durable finish.

These sheets are perfect for both cool and warm sleepers due to their ability to adjust to temperature, plus the brand's sheets are OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified and don't use artificial softeners.

While their non-toxic construction is definitely high on our priority list, there’s another major reason why we’re obsessed with this set. Un many luxury sheets, this set doesn't go for an overly sophisticated, hotel-esque design, instead it embraces a basic, all-white look that can easily mesh with any aesthetic.

Don't think that means you're getting skimped on quality, either— there's no doubt that these sheets have a luxury feel.

Parachute also offers a wide range of color and size options with sets (which come with one fitted sheet and two pillowcases) available in neutrals bone, blush, and coal in sizes twin XL through California king.

If money is no object and a sateen set is what you're after, let us point you in the direction of Sferra's Giotto Collection.

The company—which is known for producing the highest grade of Egyptian cotton—has been pumping out fine textiles since 1891, and their sateen sheets show off every ounce of their celebrated craftsmanship.

The set is handcrafted in Italy and made from 100-percent extra-long-staple cotton which delivers a luminous sheen and luxurious drape.

The Giotto collection includes duvet covers, shams, pillowcases, flat sheets, fitted sheets, and bedskirts.

Since pieces start at well over $100 and go for as much as $865, it's a plus that you can purchase them individually.

Whether you go for everything at once or you slowly build your collection, the customizable set is available in a number of warm and cool hues honey, champagne, ice, and flint.

Want to feel you're wrapped up in your favorite sweater all night long? Grab this cashmere set from Brooklinen ASAP. The sheets—which are made from a combination of cotton and Himalayan cashmere—are plush and will have you feeling you're sleeping on a literal cloud. While the heathered material is certain to keep you warm, it's not too stuffy, either.

These sheet sets come in four different colors and four sizes, and every set comes with one flat sheet, one fitted (which is also marked on the sides to help you identify which end goes on the “long” and “short” sides of your bed), and two pillowcases. The latter are outfitted with envelope enclosures which mean you can say goodbye to open ends and frustrating pillow spillage.

There is a time and a place for flannel patterns, and usually, it’s not your bedroom decor. That said, you can get the look and feel of your favorite flannel pajama set—just without the pattern. When the temperatures start to drop and you're ready to cozy up in thicker sheets, grab this set from L.L. Bean.

While the brand may be better known for bean boots, their Ultrasoft Comfort Flannel Sheet Set is a major win. The set is made from an extremely soft 100-percent brushed cotton flannel and it's OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified.

The high-quality sheets stand the test of time, too, as they resist fading, shrinking, and pilling, and are made to get softer with each wash. The velvety sheets are available in four sizes and eight colors from mariner blue and driftwood to mineral green and sunlight.

Grab a set or two and you'll. have no trouble weathering a cold winter.

When it comes to silk, there's no getting around cost. For a high-quality, decadent sheet set, you're just going to have to invest—plain and simple. THXSILK's sheets cost a pretty penny, but they're made from luxurious 100-percent 22-momme mulberry silk. Essentially, momme is to silk sheets what thread count is to cotton sheets, and a 22-momme density is luxury quality.

THXSILK's bedding set is breathable and not only extremely sleek and smooth, but also great for hot sleepers as it has natural moisture-wicking properties.

They’re also hypoallergenic and anti-bacterial, so you won’t have to fret about any allergy flair-ups.

The sheets are available in four sizes and 11 colors and each set comes with one flat sheet, one fitted sheet, and two pillow shams.

If an organic set is what you're after, take a look at Coyuchi's offerings. The brand embraces an environmentally friendly ethos with a focus on organically grown, minimally processed bedding, apparel, and textiles.

Their percale linen sheets are made from 100-percent GOTS-certified organic cotton that's grown in China and woven in Portugal.

Since the 500-thread-count percale is made from superfine single strands of yarn—as opposed to a multi-ply yarn which is spun together—it's also exceptionally soft, strong, and cool to the touch.

Coyuchi's sheets are finished off with miDori bioDry—a USDA-certified bio-based softener which not only makes them even softer, but also ensures they're moisture-wicking. Each set comes with one flat sheet, one fitted sheet, and two pillowcases.

Looking for a set that keeps you and Mother Nature happy? The fibers in Cultiver's Linen Sheet Set are derived from flax plants grown in Belgium and France.

Flax is a highly sustainable crop that's not only resilient, but requires far less water and pesticides than cotton. After the flax is picked, dyed, and woven, it's then put through an enzyme stone wash.

This process greatly speeds up the softening process and makes the sheets exceptionally smooth.

Each of Cultiver's linen sheet sets comes with one flat sheet, one fitted sheet, and two pillowcases (with the exception of the twin, which only comes with one pillowcase).

If you’re looking to grab just one item from the set, there's also the option to individually shop the pieces. As far as color options go, there's no need to fret as the sheets come in 17 fun colors and patterns.

Personally, we're obsessed with the sage hue as it works well a neutral alternative to our usual white sheets.

Whether you’re dealing with seasonal allergies or just feeling way too stuffy in your usual sheets, this set is an absolute lifesaver.

Buffy—a direct-to-consumer brand known for its eco-friendly and environmentally sustainable options—offers their sheet set in six pleasing pastel colors.

The sheets are made of a cool-to-the-touch eucalyptus material which is a serious game-changer for those whose allergies are easily triggered by synthetic fabrics.

The sheets are not only hypoallergenic, but also resistant to dust, mites, and mold. They’re designed to get softer with each and every wash, too, which is a positive for every sleeper—allergies or not. Your purchase won't just upgrade your room, either.

Buffy's eucalyptus material is sourced from Australia and grown with ten times less water than cotton, so you're doing the environment a major favor.

The brand only uses natural dyes made ingredients gardenia and pomegranate, too, so there's no need to fret about any chemicals that could harm you or the planet.

Courtesy of Bed Bath & Beyond 

Let’s be real: sometimes, all we want is an aesthetically pleasing sheet set in a color that matches our decor. Whether they're from a trendy direct-to-consumer brand or flaunted all over Instagram? Well, that doesn't matter. If that's where you're at, allow us to introduce you to Wamsutta's 625-Thread Count PimaCott Sheet Set.

The simple, straightforward set is available in more than 40 colors from charcoal and lavender to sage and taupe. Color isn't the only thing these sheets bring, either: the set feels super luxurious thanks to its 1,000 thread count.

Each set is made from a certified pure pima cotton that's grown in San Joaquin Valley, California. This cotton features extra-long and dense fibers which not only allow for more vibrant colors, but create a softer, more durable sheet.

Most sets include one flat sheet, one fitted sheet, and two pillowcases, with the exception of the twin set which only includes a single pillowcase.

Source: https://www.mydomaine.com/best-luxury-sheets

The Best Sheets for 2020

The 13 Best Luxury Sheets of 2020

Your guide

  • Christine Cyr Clisset

To find the best sheets, we’ve washed, dried, stretched, rubbed, and slept on dozens of sets, and we think most people will be happy with the L.L.Bean 280-Thread-Count Pima Cotton Percale Sheet Set. And if you prefer smooth sateen, plush flannel, or airy linen, we have other recommendations to help you get a great night’s sleep.

If you a cool, crisp feel to your bedsheets, these are comfortable, very breathable, and reasonably priced. Available in twin, full, queen, and king, and offered in eight neutral colors.

$150 from L.L.Bean
(queen set)

Pros:Con:
Made of breathable and cool 100 percent pima cotton that’s Oeko-Tex certifiedAll percale feels a bit textured, may feel rough to some people
Hold up over time and become softer with more washes
Our favorite sheets for four years

Why we them: If you prefer the feel of flannel, we don’t think you can beat the performance and price of L.L.Bean’s Ultrasoft Comfort Flannel Sheet Set. Of the 10 sets we tried for our guide to the best flannel sheets, the L.L.

Bean set ranked among the plushest while never feeling clingy. These sheets are expensive, but that’s because they’re made of high-quality long-staple cotton, which means they should last you many years if you care for them properly.

Some Wirecutter staffers have used these sheets for years and rave about them.

  • The seams are securely stitched, which we think will help these sheets stand up to years of use and washing. Photo: Michael Hession
  • The L.L.Bean Ultrasoft flannel sheets have a soft, plush texture, but they don’t cling to the skin some other flannel sheets. Photo: Michael Hession
  • The seams are securely stitched, which we think will help these sheets stand up to years of use and washing. Photo: Michael Hession
  • The L.L.Bean Ultrasoft flannel sheets have a soft, plush texture, but they don’t cling to the skin some other flannel sheets. Photo: Michael Hession

Flaws but not dealbreakers: In our tests, these sheets shed more lint than other sets. We suspect that they will become less plush over time, but that probably won’t happen until after many years of use.

Available sizes: twin, full, queen, king

Supersoft, well-made, and reasonably priced, these flannel sheets will keep most people toasty and happy on cold winter nights.

$120 from L.L.Bean
(queen)

Why we them: Everyone should own at least a couple of sets of soft, breathable cotton sheets, and L.L.Bean’s 280-Thread-Count Pima Cotton Percale Sheets and JCPenney Homes 400 TC Wrinkle Guard Sateen Sheets have been our favorites for four years running (read more in our guide to the best cotton sheets).

They feel nicer than sets twice the price and wear exceptionally well. L.L.Bean’s percale set feels cool and crisp, reminiscent of boutique hotel bedding, making it ideal for warmer temperatures. The JCPenney sateen set has a silkier, heavier texture that makes it a little warmer; the sheets are nearly wrinkle-free and also come in a California king.

We think that both sets make a solid base layer for dressing your bed year-round.

  • The embroidered-hem finish on the JCPenney Home sheets is nearly identical to that on the more expensive Cuddledown sheets. The detail adds to the luxurious feel of these sheets. Photo: Michael Hession
  • The L.L.Bean sheets wrinkle a little more than our sateen picks but no more than any of the other top-ranking percale sets that we tried. Photo: Michael Hession
  • Photo: Michael Hession
  • The embroidered-hem finish on the JCPenney Home sheets is nearly identical to that on the more expensive Cuddledown sheets. The detail adds to the luxurious feel of these sheets. Photo: Michael Hession
  • The L.L.Bean sheets wrinkle a little more than our sateen picks but no more than any of the other top-ranking percale sets that we tried. Photo: Michael Hession

Flaws but not dealbreakers: Some people find L.L.Bean’s percale set rough. But all percale feels a little textured; if you prefer supersmooth fabric, get a sateen set. The only (minor) complaint we have about JCPenney’s sheets is that we noticed some mild static cling when folding them.

Available sizes: L.L.Bean percale set comes in twin, full, queen, and king. JCPenney Home sateen comes in full, queen, king, and California king.

If you a cool, crisp feel to your bedsheets, these are comfortable, very breathable, and reasonably priced. Available in twin, full, queen, and king, and offered in eight neutral colors.

$150 from L.L.Bean
(queen set)

If you prefer soft and smooth, drapey sheets that resist wrinkling, this set feels luxurious and is better than sets twice the price.

$60 from JCPenney
(queen set)

  • We've spent more than 625 hours over six years researching and testing cotton sheets. Here's what we recommend.

Why we them: Many of the cheaper sets we tested for our cotton sheets guide felt scratchy or cheap, but not the Threshold Performance 400 Thread Count Sheet Set.

The Threshold Performance sheets aren’t quite as nice as our favorite percale and sateen sets, but in our tests they performed better than sets four times the price. Because they’re made of sateen, the fabric is very smooth with a nice drape.

We particularly recommend them for cool temperatures, or if you’re partial to very soft fabrics.

  • These sheets drape as nicely as sets four times the price, and feel soft and durable. Photo: Michael Hession
  • The Threshold Performance set has a nice three-layered edging detail on the hem of the pillowcases and the flat sheet. Photo: Michael Hession
  • These sheets drape as nicely as sets four times the price, and feel soft and durable. Photo: Michael Hession
  • The Threshold Performance set has a nice three-layered edging detail on the hem of the pillowcases and the flat sheet. Photo: Michael Hession

Flaws but not dealbreakers: Pet hair, lint, and other fibers tend to stick to the fabric, but the sheets clean up nicely.

Available sizes: twin, full, queen, king

These sateen sheets from Target are almost as soft, durable, and wrinkle resistant as sets we’ve tried that cost four times the price.

$50 from Target
(queen set)

Why we them:If you’re looking for twin XL sheets for a dorm room, the Bed Bath & Beyond Heartland HomeGrown 400-Thread-Count Solid Sateen Sheet Set is good enough (and cheap enough) for a few semesters. In fact, we found the Heartland sheets to be as soft as sets we’ve tried that cost three times the price.

Because they’re made of 100 percent cotton, they’ll breathe better than the cotton-polyester sheets commonly found in college linen packages.

The Heartland set comes in some nice solid colors, but if you want more fun, quirkier options, we feature a number of printed sets in our full guide to the best twin XL sheets for your dorm room.

The Heartland HomeGrown sheets feel as soft and smooth as sets that cost three times the price. Photo: Kyle Fitzgerald

Flaws but not dealbreakers: They wrinkle a little more than other sets we’ve tried, and we think that their solid-color options are a bit muted.

Available sizes: twin, twin XL, full, full XL, queen, king, California king

These 100 percent cotton bedsheets feel softer and more breathable than sets that cost three times the price. They come in eight solid colors.

$35 from Bed Bath & Beyond
(twin XL)

Why we them: We didn’t find a perfect set of linen sheets (many suffer durability issues), but for their softness and wide range of colors and prints, we recommend Cultiver Linen Sheets.

As we cover in our guide to the best linen sheets, this fabric tends to be slightly scratchy, but the Cultiver set was softer than others we tried. This set also receives fewer owner reviews complaining about the sheets wearing thin.

If you’d to feel the fabric before you purchase, you can order swatches in any color.

  • Cultiver’s fabric was in the midrange for weight/thickness. It’s thin enough to see a hand through the fabric, but feels more substantial than the West Elm or Pottery Barn linen sets. Photo: Rozette Rago
  • Linen sheets will always look more rumpled than cotton options. Photo: Rozette Rago
  • Cultiver’s fabric was in the midrange for weight/thickness. It’s thin enough to see a hand through the fabric, but feels more substantial than the West Elm or Pottery Barn linen sets. Photo: Rozette Rago
  • Linen sheets will always look more rumpled than cotton options. Photo: Rozette Rago

Flaws but not dealbreakers: any linen sheets, these wrinkle very easily (although not worse than other sets we tried). If you hate the look of wrinkled or crumpled bedding, you may not these.

Cultiver’s sizing is more limited than other brands’.

Also, Cultiver doesn’t offer a warranty, and its return policy is pretty standard: the company will accept only unused, unwashed, and unmarked sheets within 30 days of you receiving them.

Available sizes: queen and king sets; twin, queen, king, and California king fitted sheets; one-size queen/king flat sheet

This is one of the softest sets we tried, it’s sold by the piece, and it comes in a wider range of colors and prints. We’ve also heard fewer complaints about the fabric wearing thin prematurely.

$385 from Cultiver
(queen set)

  • After considering dozens of linen sheet sets, and sleeping on seven sets on our own beds, we’re confident Cultiver’s Linen Sheets are the best.

We’re commonly asked about sheets made from bamboo (viscose rayon), microfiber, and other alternative fibers. After spending 13 hours researching the many different types of alternative sheeting fabrics, we think that most people are better off sticking with cotton or linen.

Bamboo viscose can feel very soft against the skin, but it’s produced with a solvent that can cause air and water pollution (and cause serious health problems for factory workers).

Microfiber sheets tend to be pretty affordable, but washing that fabric contributes to polluting lakes and oceans with synthetic threads.

Lyocell, another type of rayon often branded as Tencel, seems promising because it’s less environmentally impactful, but sheets made from that fiber tend to be more expensive than cotton. In the end, all of our experts recommended sheets made from cotton or linen anyway, so we’ve decided to pass on testing these other sheeting fabrics.

If you’re committed to organic growing practices, seeking out organic cotton sheets can be worthwhile. Keep in mind, though, that organic cotton won’t necessarily make a better sheet (we explain more about this topic in our sheets buying guide). We’ve tested some organic cotton sheets, but none of them beat our favorite sets.

We do, however, recommend a couple of sets that are Oeko-Tex certified, which means they should be free of potentially harmful substances such as heavy metals, formaldehyde, and plasticizers.

The Riley Percale Sheet Set and the Cuddledown 400 Thread Count Cotton Sateen Bedding set, which we recommend in our cotton sheet guide, both hold that certification.

These sets might be a better choice for people with extremely sensitive skin.

  • We've spent more than 625 hours over six years researching and testing cotton sheets. Here's what we recommend.
  • To get a great set of sheets, thread count matters. But it’s not the main criterion you should use—the quality of the cotton and the yarns matters more.
  • Bed sheets accrue body oils, skin flakes, and an assortment of other gunk. Washing them regularly (and correctly) will get rid of that buildup.
  • If you’re searching for the best Egyptian-cotton sheets, you’re probably looking for the wrong thing. Here’s what you need to know about good-quality sheets.
  • If you’re confused in the bedding aisle, this guide will help you choose the best year-round sheets for your bed.
  • We tested three of the most expensive sheets sets available—ranging from $1,000 to $2,000—to see how they compared with the cotton sheets we already recommend.

Source: https://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-sheets/

11 Best Bed Sheets to Buy 2020 – Top Rated Sheet Sets for Your Home

The 13 Best Luxury Sheets of 2020

Quality sheets are the key to a good night's sleep. After all, it's impossible to get comfortable if you're wrapped up in scratchy material or a fabric that makes you feel hot.

And since nothing's worse than investing in bedding that constantly needs to be replaced, you'll also want ones that are long-lasting.

The good news: We've tested dozens of sheet sets and have found the ones you'll love sleeping in.

The Textiles Lab at the Good Housekeeping Institute evaluates sheets for fabric strength, washability, fit, and more. We also called in consumer testers to help us find the softest and most comfy materials in a blind comparison. Read on to learn more about our winners from years of ongoing tests, but to summarize, the best sheets to buy in 2020 are:

Best Overall Sheets: Brooklinen Luxe Core Sheet Set
Best Value Sheets: Mellanni Bed Sheet Set
Best Organic Sheets: Boll & Branch Solid Hemmed Sheet Set
Best Hotel Sheets: Marriott Signature Sheet Set
Best Wrinkle-Resistant Sheets: Cuddledown Hotel Sateen Sheet Set
Best Crisp Sheets: Parachute Percale Sheet Set
Best Temperature-Regulating Sheets: Slumber Cloud Stratus Sheet Set
Best Luxury Cotton Sheets: Wamsutta PimaCott Sheet Set
Best Sweat-Wicking Sheets: Bedgear Dri-Tec Sheet Set
Best Flannel Sheets: JCPenney Micro Flannel Sheet Set
Best Linen Sheets: Saphyr Pure Linen Sheet Set

When it comes to shopping for sheets, it mostly comes down to personal preference. You can check out our sheets buying guide for more information, but here are a few things you'll want to consider:

What sheets material is best?

100% cotton is the most popular choice because it feels soft and natural, but cotton/poly blends are usually more durable, less prone to wrinkling, and less expensive.

If you're opting for cotton, long-staple fibers ( Egyptian or Pima) are often smoother and more durable, but be warned: there have been instances of brands falsely labeling sheets with these premium fibers.

You can also choose linen or polyester, which are less common but feature unique properties (and we've included in our list below).

What is the best thread count for sheets?

The truth is that thread count isn't super important, especially if your sheets are not 100% cotton, but we often see top quality sheets in the 300-500 thread count range.Instead, we find that the fabric weave of sheets is what makes a big difference to consumers. Here are the most common sheet constructions:

  • Percale: A basic weave that feels light and crisp.
  • Sateen: A satin weave that feels silky smooth. In our evaluations, testers tend to prefer sateen.
  • Flannel: Soft, cozy sheets that add extra warmth.
  • Jersey: A stretchy material that feels a T-shirt.

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Best Overall Sheets

Luxe Core Sheet Set

These popular sheets were top performers in our tests and have an easy-shopping platform, making them our Textile Lab's top pick.

 The 100% cotton sateen fabric was strong, didn't pill easily, washed well, and was called “smooth” by our consumer testers.

You'll find that making your bed is much easier thanks to its clevertabs labeled “long side” and “short side” on the fitted sheet. Plus, there are thousands of reviews online from users who call them the “best sheets ever.”

Available sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, California King

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Best Value Sheets

Bed Sheet Set

After seeing this Amazon bestseller available for only $25, we couldn't wait to test it ourselves — and it did not disappoint! Our panel loved the soft, buttery feel of the polyester microfiber and more than 40,000 online reviewers agree.

Plus, the sheets were generously sized, hardly shrunk in the wash, and wrinkled less than most cotton fabrics. Just keep in mind that the synthetic material might not be as breathable as natural cotton, and those who prefer a crisp sheet might find it too soft.

Available sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, California King, and Split King

Best Luxury Cotton Sheets

500 Thread Count PimaCott Sheet Set

PSA: Many sheets labeled as long-staple cottons, Egyptian or Pima, don't actually have these premium fibers that make them softer and more durable.

This set, however, is DNA-tested to ensure you're buying what you paid for.

It was also a top performer in our evaluations: Though it was prone to wrinkling, the 100% pima cotton sateen fabric was strong, pill-resistant, and nicely-sized, and our panel said it was soft and felt great.

Available sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, California King

Best Hotel Sheets

Signature Sheet Set Marriott $284.00

$217.00 (24% off)

Many hotel chains offer their own line of bedding, and this set from Marriott stood up to the test.

It's pricier than other styles, especially for a cotton/polyester blend, but the percale weave fabric proved strong, had an excellent fit, and felt soft according to our testers. It also laundered well with only some wrinkles and hardly shrank in the wash.

Available sizes: Queen and King

Best Wrinkle-Resistant Sheets

Hotel Sateen Sheet Set Cuddledown cuddledown.com

$192.00

If you hate the look of crumpled sheets, this set had the smoothest appearance after laundering thanks to its wrinkle-resistant finish.

It's also Oeko-Tex certified so you don't have to worry about unsafe levels of chemicals. The cotton sateen fabric is combed for extra softness, and our testers gave it top marks for feeling smooth.

It wasn't among the strongest fabrics, but it still proved to be durable and was generously sized, fitting our test mattress with room to spare.

Available sizes: Twin, Full, Queen, and King

Best Crisp Sheets

Percale Sheet Set

This percale fabric is for those who prefer an airy, crisp feel. The 100% cotton fabric was pill-resistant, strong, and had minimal shrinkage in the Lab's wash tests.

Though it wrinkled easily and wasn't rated as soft as the smooth sateen options, that can be expected for this type of breathable weave.

The bottom sheet fit onto our test mattress well, and for added convenience, you can purchase the set with or without a flat sheet.

Available sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, California King

Best Temperature-Regulating Sheets

Stratus Sheet Set

If you sleep hot, this set's sateen fabric can help keep you at a comfortable body temperature throughout the night.

It's a blend of cotton and viscose with Outlast technology that stores and releases your body heat as you sweat. It was also a softness favorite among our consumer testers, who said they wanted to keep it for themselves.

The fabric was strong and fit our sample mattress well, though it did shrink in the wash.

Available sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, California King, and Split King

Best Sweat-Wicking Sheets

Dri-Tec Sheet Set

The polyester fabric from Bedgear feels just your favorite activewear: It's super smooth and designed to wick moisture to help keep you cool at night.

 And because it's synthetic, it was one of the strongest sheets in our test, hardly pilled or shrunk on the wash, and fought wrinkles better than most others.

It doesn't feel your traditional cotton sheet and some of our testers were skeptical, but they rated it among the softest in a blind comparison.

Available sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, California King, and Split King

Best Flannel Sheets

Micro Flannel Sheet Set

This flannel set is a must-have for a cozy, warm bed. It was both the softest and the strongest flannel in our test, earning top marks from consumer testers and wowing our experts with its durability scores. Despite some pilling that can be expected with flannel, it washed well with hardly any shrinkage. 

Available sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, California King

Best Organic Sheets

Solid Hemmed Sheet Set Boll & Branch amazon.com

$240.00

This set is GOTS certified, which means the entire manufacturing process is organic (not just the growing of the cotton). It's also Fair Trade Certified, which focuses on ethical standards during production, wages and working conditions. 

On top of that, it delivered in our quality tests: The 100% cotton sateen fabric was strong and generously sized, even after some shrinkage in the wash. Though it wasn't the softest, consumer testers still scored it higher than others in our test.

Available sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, California King, and Split King

Best Linen Sheets: Saphyr Pure Linen Sheet Set

Starting from $279

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If you enjoy sleeping on linen, this is your ultimate sheet set. The fabric proved to be super strong and tear-resistant in our tests. Plus, it had only slight shrinkage and fit our sample mattress with plenty of room to spare. It's the most expensive set in our roundup, but this French-made bedding is certainly splurge-worthy.

Available sizes: Full, Queen, and King

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Source: https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/home-products/best-sheets/g3038/best-sheets-reviews/

The 14 Best Bed Sheets to Buy in 2020 – Top-Rated Sheet Sets

The 13 Best Luxury Sheets of 2020

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Ah sleeping, my absolute favorite pastime. And just any other hobby, you can’t perform at your best if you don’t have the right equipment—the nap queen needs the best bed sheets money can buy.

And no, I’m not talking about the best flannel sheets or the best silk sheets or the best cotton sheets or even the best bamboo sheets. This list right here is about la crème de la crème, the GOAT of all ze GOATS.

The greatest sheets in our world’s brief history.

After searching far and wide, I’ve narrowed my list down to the 14 best sheets for every type of sleeper.

Prefer to cuddle up in something cozy and warm? I got you! Need the coolness of breathable and silky smooth fabric? I didn’t forget about you! Or maybe you’re really only in this game for aesthetic reasons? Now you know I got you! Dare I mention that there are price points to fit every budget? Someone! try! and! stop! me!

Self-care is super important right now, so go ahead and shop the best sheets from this list—and while you’re at it, I recommend looking into the best down comforters and the best pillows for side sleepers. Sweet, restorative dreams, kiddos.

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1 Degree 5 Bamboo King Sheet Set

DreamFit amazon.com

$209.99

Sure, this set is a tad on the pricier side, but these bamboo sheets are oh-so soft, environmentally sustainable, wrinkle-resistant, AND machine-washable. In other words, worth every single penny. 

2 4 Piece 100% Mulberry Silk Bed Sheet Set

ZIMASILK amazon.com

$409.00

If you wanna feel a literal princess every time you slide into bed, then you need silk sheets. These will set you back a substantial part of your paycheck, but the material is so good for your hair and skin because it is ultra gentle and doesn’t absorb any moisture. Also, the pink hue = super dreamy. 

3 170 Gram Flannel Cotton Bed Sheet Set

Pinzon by Amazon amazon.com

$57.52

These polka-dotted cuties are made  velvet flannel, so prepare for ultimate softness on top of ultimate coziness. Perfect if you want your bed to be a zen oasis, but bad if you already have a hard time getting up and at ’em in the morning. 

4 Classic Core Sheet Set

Brooklinen brooklinen.com

$99.00

This staple sheet set comes in more than a dozen different colors and patterns so you can easily find something to match your bedroom style. You’ll feel you’re lounging in a luxe hotel bed thanks to the breathable 270 thread count weave, which is ideal for hot sleepers. 

5 T-Shirt Jersey Sheet Set

Urban Outfitters urbanoutfitters.com

$99.00

If you’ve never experienced the magic that is T-shirt jersey sheets, I urge you to make up for lost time right away. Picture your favorite, super-soft-from-sleeping-in-it-every-single-night T-shirt, and now imagine being able to fully cradle your whole bod in it for 8 hours at the end of every day. Sounds pretty sweet, no?

6 4-Piece Silk Bedding Set

LilySilk lilysilk.com

$838.00

Just when you thought sheets couldn’t get any more high-end, enter: these 100% silk white sheets. They’re pricey, yes, but also so soft, you’ll want to spend all day in between ’em. Just please, for me, kick your drinking-red-wine-in-bed habit first, okay?

7 300 Thread Count Organic Cotton Bed Sheet Set

Pinzon by Amazon amazon.com

$55.99

If there were an award for Perfectly Pink sheets, this organic cotton set would take home the gold medal. They’re lightweight, breathable, and extremely durable, and the fabric has been brushed to peach-fuzz-levels of soft. 

8 800 Thread Count 100% Extra-Long Staple Cotton

Threadmill Home Linen amazon.com

$79.99

If you’re trying to be more environmentally responsible with your purchases, consider this set, which is made in a factory that’s entirely powered by solar and wind energy. Plus, the packaging is completely plastic-free—these long-lasting sheets arrive wrapped in a reusable tote. 

9 Microfiber 1800 Thread Count Percale Egyptian Set

Shilucheng amazon.com

If you haven’t peeped the price tag, now’s the time to do it. Love me yet? Amazing sheets don’t have to cost you an arm, a leg, and your firstborn child. On top of that glorious detail, these sheets have racked up nearly 1,700 5-star reviews. Yeah, they’re *that* good. 

10 Printed Geo Sheet Sets, 500 Thread Count

Charter Club macys.com

$39.99

These are among the highest-rated sheets in Macy’s entire collection. Customers rave about their cool design (you can mix and match colors), the fact that they don’t wrinkle after washing, and the super soft pima cotton fabric. 

11 100% Egyptian Cotton Sheets

Comfy Sheets amazon.com

Don’t the words “Egyptian cotton” give you major Cleopatra vibes? Get your regal on in these top-quality silky smooth sheets made from superfine microfibers. 

12 Signature Cotton Heavyweight Velvet Flannel Sheet Set

Pinzon by Amazon amazon.com

$70.99

Never shiver through another night again. This heavyweight velvet flannel will keep you warm all winter long. And get this: apparently, they only get softer the more often you wash them. Weird, suddenly I’m…in the mood…to do laundry? 

13 6 Piece Hotel Luxury Soft 1800 Series Premium Sheet Set

Danjor Linens amazon.com

$24.65

This set looks and feels *way* more expensive than the under-$30 price tag would have you believe. But don’t take my word for it. Read through the 6,500 5-star reviews yourself. 

14 Fringed Pasha Percale Sheet Set

Anthropologie anthropologie.com

$218.00

Chic look ✔️

Soft feel ✔️

Tassels ✔️

Made using eco-friendly methods ✔️

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Source: https://www.cosmopolitan.com/lifestyle/g31275980/best-bed-sheets-to-buy/