The bedding you use affects your sleep quality and mood. That’s why we recommend investing in bedding you love and will last a long time.

A bedding set includes a duvet cover (or comforter), pillowcases, and sheets. You can also purchase shams (pillow covers) and blankets.

Whether you prefer the cooling feel of linen or the sateen richness of flannel, you can find the right sheets for your bed.



Sheets are the first thing you notice on a bedding set, and they can make all the difference in how well you sleep. Choosing the right material, thread count, and weave is essential for cozy comfort and long-lasting quality.

The best sheets are made of 100 percent cotton and feature extra-long staple fibers—Egyptian cotton or pima (also known as Supima) are premium options. For a crisp, cool feel try sheets woven with a percale weave. Sheets woven with a sateen weave are soft and luxuriously smooth, but they’re more prone to snagging, Link klicken.

Quilt sets include a comforter and two standard pillow shams (twin size has one sham, full and queen have two, and king size has two shams). If you want to add some texture to your bed look for a set with a tufted or brushed chenille design. For example, the Ink+Ivy sheet set has a geometric pattern that adds visual interest and dimension to your sheets.


The design of the bedding set is important as it gives a first impression about your style. For example, if you like to showcase your style credentials, you should buy bed sheets and duvet covers in bold colors that don’t fade after frequent washings. Likewise, if you prefer a minimalist look, then go for a neutral color that will blend in with the rest of your bedroom.

It’s also a good idea to switch up your bedding for the seasons. Sheets that may seem summery can still work in spring and fall, while adding a throw and blanket makes the bed cozier for winter. In addition, you should choose a sheet set that is resistant to fading, shrinking and wrinkles to keep it looking fresh and neat throughout its lifetime. This ensures that it will be easy to launder and maintain.



Bed sheets are not only an essential part of your sleep routine, but they also play a role in the overall comfort of your home. Choosing a set that is soft, smooth, and breathable can improve your sleep quality and provide the best night’s rest possible.

You can also add a layer of warmth by adding an insulating blanket to your bedding. The thickness of this blanket should be based on the climate where you live and the season. For example, a light quilt may suffice for warm summer nights while a heavier cotton duvet and flannel sheet will keep you cozy during colder months.

Choosing the right sheets can be difficult because there are many options, including fabric type, thread count, and weave. To help you find the perfect sheets for your bed, check out this Sheet Buying Guide for an in-depth look at these factors and more.


Buying a bedding set can be more cost-effective than purchasing the items separately. However, it’s important to understand the factors that influence pricing reasonableness, such as fabric quality and design complexity.

A good set of bed sheets can have a huge impact on the sleep quality of the user, as well as their overall mood and health. It is therefore important to invest in a quality product that will last.

Sheets should be able to withstand repeated washings without losing their softness or color, but not all materials are created equal. Some fabrics have a tendency to bleed dye during washing, which can transfer to other clothing and stain the mattress.


Made with organic cotton, these sheets from Saatva performed highly in our testing. The company also offers other options for natural materials, including percale and sateen — both a weave type that promotes breathability. This set of bed sheets includes a flat sheet, fitted sheet, and one pillowcase in sizes that correspond to standard mattress dimensions.