The 10 Best Organic & Sustainable Bedding Sets For 2022

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There's nothing sweeter than a good night's sleep—and nothing that helps restore us better than a comfortable bed situation. Our main priority though? Natural, safe, and nontoxic bedding.

Listed below are sustainable and organic bedding brands that offer a range of organic sheets and organic comforters, perfect for every member of the family. These brands use eco-friendly materials, including organic cotton, bamboo, linen, and Tencel. And each company is dedicated to ethical labor practices, ensuring that your bedding set is made thoughtfully and without causing harm to people or the planet.

A helpful tip: Though many of these bed sets are an investment, most brands offer payment plans so you can budget the cost over time while still prioritizing your health and getting your best night’s sleep!

Upgrading your entire bedroom? You might also like our guide for the best organic mattresses.

*Article updated November 2022



1. West Elm

Best For | Stylish and textured bedding, build-your-own sets
Organic Materials
| GOTS & OEKO-TEX certified organic, sustainable fill
Price Range | $29.50 (sham) - $449 (king set)

West Elm is a powerhouse known for its modern, clean styles, including its 100 percent organic cotton, Tencel, and linen bedding sets, all made in certified Fair Trade facilities. The seasonal styles and neutral colors of these sheets are perfect for any room, and the organic duvet covers (woven from GOTS certified textiles into gorgeous textures), are our personal favorites! Shipping is free and returns are easy peasy.


2. Pact

Best For | Affordable organic bedding, Jersey fabric, crib sheets
Organic Materials
 | GOTS certified organic cotton
Price Range | $20 (sham pillowcase) - $240 (duvet cover & sham set)

Whether you’re outfitting your bed in Pact’s sheets, shams, or duvet covers, the company’s soft fabrics are all made with 100 percent organic cotton in a Fair Trade certified factory. Choose from crisp percale, smooth sateen, or stretchy jersey—however you most like to sleep! Pact doesn’t use harmful pesticides and fertilizers, so there is little to no water pollution or waste. (You can see more details on each product’s page!) The brand also sells crib sheets so your baby can have the best, too.


3. Under The Canopy

Best For | Down alternative comforters, duvet & sheet sets
Organic Materials
| GOTS & OEKO-TEX certified organic cotton, nontoxic dyes
Price Range | $22 (pillowcase set) - $300 (down alt comforter & pillow bundle)

Under The Canopy has a wide selection of organic cotton covers and fair trade linen sheets. With accessible pricing and a longstanding dedication to organic bedding that stands up to rigorous certifications, these bedding sets are perfect for your all-natural home. No dangerous chemicals, harm, or toxins here…just quality sheets in pretty pastels. Plus ree shipping and simple returns!


4. The Citizenry

Best For | Linen bundles
Organic Materials
| GOTS & OEKO-TEX certified organic Turkish cotton, sustainable stonewashed linen
Price Range | $55 (pillowcase set) - $575 (cal king linen bundle)

Whenever we’re looking for dreamy, sustainable, and ethical bedding, we head to The Citizenry. From stonewashed French flax linen duvets to organic Turkish cotton bundles, you can find whatever you need for your best night’s sleep. All products are ethically made in partnerships with artisans and family-run mills around the world, where employees are paid more than double the average wage, and The Citizenry’s bedding is fair trade certified by World Fair Trade Organization. Enjoy free US shipping and free 30-day returns.


5. Avocado

Best For | Organic linen, hemp, & superfine sheets
Organic Materials
 | GOTS certified organic
Price Range | $25 (organic mini pillowcase) - $769 (cal king deep pocket superfine sheets)

Mattress industry leader Avocado is rounding out its incredible home goods with bedding. Made of GOTS certified organic linen, hemp, or cotton, you can find the best organic sheets, pillowcases, duvet covers and inserts here, all of which are fully climate negative. And if you’re looking to splurge, we suggest the organic superfine bedding sets crafted with 1,000 threads per inch. Meticulously made and incredibly comfortable, try this B Corp’s bedding out for 100 nights or your money back. Avocado is also MADE SAFE & Fair Trade Certified.


6. Coyuchi

Best For | 100+ options, throws & blankets, shams
Organic Materials
| GOTS certified organic
Price Range | $28 (junior pillowcase set) - $598 (cal king sheet set)

Coyuchi has the softest organic bedding that you’ll dream about (no pun intended) all day long. Organic cotton and linen are crafted into countless bedding designs, from the diamond-stitched comforter to African Ikat styles. Add a touch of comfort to your living room, too, with the classic blankets and throws. With styles for baby to teen to parents, Coyuchi bedding is safe for everyone. Enjoy free shipping on orders over $300 as well as free returns from this Fair Trade & MADE SAFE certified brand.


7. Looma

Best For | Sateen & flannel bedding sets
Organic Materials
 | GOTS & OEKO-TEX certified organic, plant-based dyes
Price Range | $45 (pillowcase set) - $480 (French linen bundle)

For buttery soft bedding you’ll fall into night after night (or for an afternoon siesta), Looma’s best-selling bedding is it. Its signature sateen is sewn from GOTS certified organic Himalayan cotton that will get better with every wash, or you can go for cozy flannel or natural linen for an equally luxurious night’s sleep. Looma only partners with fair trade factories, and for each bed set sold, the team supports a month of girls’ education in India (10,000+ months and counting!). Looma bedding comes with a no-questions-asked forever warranty.


8. Boll & Branch

Best For | Embroidered sheets & sets
Organic Materials
 | GOTS & OEKO-TEX certified organic
Price Range | $38 (sham) - $658 (king quilt bed bundle)

Boll & Branch’s stunning sateen sheets will have you feeling both cozy and cool—we’d know because we reviewed Boll & Branch ourselves! The 100 percent organic cotton bedding feels like sleeping on a comfy cloud, and we love the embroidered and eyelet options here for added elegance. Boll & Branch was named the first-ever linen manufacturer to be fully Fair Trade Certified, and the packaging is FSC-certified recyclable. Free shipping, free returns, and a 30-night risk-free trial—what more could we ask for?


9. SOL Organics

Best For | Affordable organic bedding bundles
Organic Materials
 | GOTS & OEKO-TEX certified organic cotton
Price Range | $30 (pillowcase set) - $379 (cal king linen bundle)

SOL Organics stands for “sustainable organic living,” and this brand's affordable organic bedding will have you resting in pure bliss. These soft sheets are Fair Trade Certified and made with 100 percent organic cotton (and sometimes linen). We are obsessed with the soft hues and the cost-effective bedding bundles, which come with a fitted sheet, a flat sheet, two pillowcases, a duvet cover, and two pillow shams starting at just $169. SOL offers free shipping over $50 and 30-day trials. Ethereal, ethical, and easy to love.


10. Saatva

Best For | Hypoallergenic natural bedding
Organic Mater
ials | GOTS certified organic cotton
Price Range | $115 (twin percale sheet set) - $415 (cal king linen set)

Saatva makes sheets for every kind of sleeper. Those who run hot can take their pick between the airy, all-natural Belgian linens that get softer over time or the crisp, cool percale sets that are crafted from 100 percent GOTS certified organic cotton. For those who prefer warmer bedding, the 300-thread count sateen sheets are luxuriously silky and soft. And because all of Saatva’s sheets are naturally hypoallergenic, they’re great for sleepers with sensitive skin, too. Saatva provides free shipping and free returns within 45 days. No matter what you choose, it’s natural bedding you’ll enjoy for years to come.


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