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    19 Luxurious Bedding Options You Won't Believe Cost Less Than $200

    Including enviable options from Parachute, Buffy, Sunday Citizen, and more.

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    1. An irresistibly soft Barefoot Dreams microfiber blanket to replace the one you started quarantine with ohhhhh, 18 months ago. 2020 + 2021 have been rough for all of us — home goods included.

    Tyler William Parker / Barefoot Dreams, Ericlarsen / Barefoot Dreams

    Promising review: "Worth every penny!! I just ordered my fourth. I sleep with one of these throws every night and explain to my family and friends how much comfort it brings me!! My pup loves it too." —Kara W.

    Get it from Nordstrom or Barefoot Dreams for $180 (available in 11 designs).

    2. A flannel velvet duvet cover that — like the My Little Pony you cherished in elementary school — has been brushed SO many times, it's buttery 🧈 soft to the touch.

    a blue flannel duvet cover
    The Company Store

    Promising review: "This is my second time purchasing one of these. These velvet flannel duvet covers are simply superior to other 'premier companies' that offer flannel duvet covers. They are heavyweight, EXTREMELY soft, brushed velvety cotton flannel that washes and dries with very little shrinkage. I live in a cold climate where winter comes early and this duvet cover allows for the heat to be kept at a low temperature (I hate sleeping in a hot room) yet remain snuggly warm. It also has corner ties to keep the duvet in place. Fabulous purchase!" —Juliette

    Get it from The Company Store for $129+ (available in sizes twin–king and in 11 colors). 

    3. A plush quilted comforter you might as well buy two of because you *will* be dragging it back and forth between your couch and bed.


    Kotn is a small Toronto-based brand that specializes in sustainable, timeless designs. They currently work directly with 2,390 small-holder farmers and a portion of proceeds from every order is donated to fund and build primary schools in the Nile Delta and Faiyum, Egypt. So far, they've funded 10 and built seven.

    Get it from Kotn for $150 (one size only).

    4. A set of geometric Parachute percale sheets if you're already loaded up on plain options and could use something with a lil' pizzazz.


    Get them from Parachute for $80+ (available in sizes queen–Cal. king).

    5. A cooling down alternative mattress pad for those who get the night sweats no matter the season. This waterproof topper will not only keep you cool with moisture-wicking Tencel lyocell fabric, but it'll also prevent any perspiration puddles from leaking into your actual mattress.

    West Elm

    Get it from West Elm for $80+ (available in sizes twin–Cal. king).

    6. A set of Frette classic hotel shams because while you can't afford to stay at the Ritz-Carlton every night, you *can* update your own linens to at least feel like you do.

    two pillows with crisp white shams

    Get a set of two from Frette $80+ (available in three colors and two sizes). 

    7. A Tuft & Needle quilt that the brand claims is "more comfortable than Grandma’s." Only one way to find out, right?

    Tuft & Needle

    Get it from Tuft & Needle for $175+ (available in sizes full/queen–king/Cal. king and in three colors).

    8. A Sunday Citizen lumbar pillow — made with top-notch memory foam — so you can prop yourself up in bed to watch TV without complaining of a backache the next day.

    the waffled lumbar pillow in burnt sienna
    Sunday Citizen

    Get it from Sunday Citizen for $80 (available in seven colors). 

    9. A ribbed Mongolian cashmere throw that just sounds wildly expensive no matter how you describe it. It will sound like a humblebrag if a friend asks how it's so incredibly soft and you explain, "Oh, it's 100% cashmere," but that's just facts!

    cream-colored cashmere throw on a wooden armchair

    Promising review: "This throw is the perfect size for throwing over the couch or the bed, cuddling up with while watching a movie, or just wrapping around yourself when you want to feel extra cozy. I love it!" —Jenna F.

    Get it from Quince for $139.90 (also available in gray). 

    10. A Buffy Cloud comforter so supremely comfortable, you'd debate trading your firstborn child for just a few more minutes in bed.

    the white comforter on a bed

    The Cloud is a great pick for eco-conscious shoppers, too. Each comforter is make with Earth-friendly eucalyptus and ~50 recycled plastic bottles. Buffy also rounds out their responsible business practices by encouraging customers to donate returns (instead of shipping them back) and offsetting all CO2 emissions that are generated from their shipments.

    Promising review: "Amazing!! I prefer this over the ones at hotels!" —Blake J.

    Get it from Buffy for $129+ (available in sizes twin/twin XL–king/Cal. king).

    11. A Casper pillow or two because you haven't replaced yours in ohhh, three or four years? If they have sweat marks and unexplained stains...they're a lost cause, boo.

    a model on a casper pillow

    The popular anti-clumping pillow features a cotton cover with a breathable percale weave that allows for ample airflow. It's also removable, so you can throw it in the wash whenever it needs a refresh.

    Promising review: "Every morning I've woken up with this pillow has been amazing. It's like sleeping on a cloud all night long. I haven't had any neck pain and I've had the best, most restful sleep I've had in years. I can't wait to purchase a bed after I save a little more." —Melissa Klar

    Get it from Amazon or Casper for $65+ (available in two sizes and packs of one or two).

    12. A set of sustainable sheets that feel like silk even though they're made from 100% bamboo — a plant I would not have thought to categorize as soft.

    The bamboo sheet set in sage green

    I have this set (in the sage color pictured here) and they're soooo silky. I've recently turned into a sheet/linen snob and, as such, I have to say I am very pleased — especially with the deep pockets which prevent the fitted sheet from popping off every time I move.

    What's included: One fitted sheet, one flat sheet, and two pillowcases (except twin sets, which come with one).

    Promising review: "Love my new sheets! Super soft and silky, fit very comfortably over my mattress topper as well. I never used to use a flat sheet but now I do because it feels like being in a silky envelope :)))" —Camille E.

    Get them from ettitude for $168+ (available in sizes twin–Cal. king and 11 colors/patterns).

    13. A care-free linen bed skirt if you're looking to hide the fact that you use that space for storage — and not the cute everything-in-its-own-basket kind of storage.

    the cream bed sheet

    MagicLinen is a small bespoke-linens brand based in Vilnius, Lithuania.

    Get it from MagicLinen for $177+ (available in sizes queen–king and in three colors).

    14. A Slip silk pillowcase that will prevent you from flipping and re-flipping your pillow in a desperate bid to chase the cool side.

    A model holding the pillowcase in pink marble

    I've actually been sleeping on one of these babies for months now and it's definitely made for a more restful night. I have seen slight changes in my skin and hair (particularly the latter — it's been much silkier and was even commented on by my stylist) but, honestly, the best part is how cool and crisp it is. As my boyfriend says, "The entire thing is like the cool side of the pillow."

    Promising review: "I resisted buying this because of the cost. I finally caved after bleach was left on my hair too long and it broke off. This pillowcase is worth every penny! I have absolutely no hair breakage when I wake up. It’s amazing." —Holly

    Get it from Amazon for $89+ (available in two sizes and 12 colors).

    15. A faux-fur weighted blanket filled with Earth-friendly glass beads ready to slash your stress and help ya sleep. Unlike most of its competitors, you can even throw it in the washing machine!

    a model using the honey-colored weighted blanket

    Comma Home is an eco-friendly lifestyle brand that donates 10% of their sales to local organizations that help the homeless.

    Their 60-inch x 80-inch throw comes in 15- and 20-pound options. They recommend the first for those between 100 and 150 pounds and the latter for those 151+ pounds.

    Promising review: "This blanket is a game changer. I was extremely suspicious of weighted blankets. I tried one several years ago and really didn’t like it. This blanket has completely changed my mind. It’s extremely high quality, evenly weighted, and is so cozy. The faux fur is very soft and my cats love snuggling in it with me. I would definitely recommend this to anyone, especially with severe anxiety like mine... I will be ordering another!" —Alaina

    Get it from Comma Home for $169+ (available in two weights and colors).

    16. A set of muslin pillow shams so you can give your bed a new look without sinking hundreds of dollars into all new linens.

    the white pillow shams
    Muslin Comfort

    Muslin Comfort is a woman-owned business based in California.

    Promising review: "We've purchased three blankets and now our first set of king shams. Of course they are fantastically generous in size and comfort. Love these products!!!" —Jessamine M.

    Get it from Muslin Comfort for $44.99+ (available in three sizes and colors).

    17. A linen duvet cover that delivers a low-fuss, lived-in look and all-season comfort with a breathable weave that keeps you warm in winter and cool in summer.

    Bed Threads

    I got this duvet cover about a year ago now — from luxe Aussie linen brand Bed Threads — and I instantly fell in love. The linen is thick but breathable and just looks so, so chic even when it's crumpled up (I sleep burrito style).

    Promising review: "The best linens I’ve ever owned; I’ll never sell myself short on bedding again. I’m crazy about my sleep and I sleep so good with this bedding. Worth the price 100%." —Shelby R.

    Get it from Bed Threads for $170+ (available in sizes twin–Cal. king and 19 colors/patterns).

    18. A luxe duvet cover with tailored navy blue borders that'll make you feel like you live in a 5-star hotel. If that wasn't your absolute dream when you were a preteen watching The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, then we are very different people.

    the blue and white duvet and sham set
    Crane & Canopy

    This set includes two matching shams and I'd be remiss not to mention that the duvet has a hidden zipper closure so you don't have to worry about re-buttoning it every morning!

    Get it from Crane & Canopy for $139+ (available in sizes twin/twin XL–king/Cal. king).

    19. And a eucalyptus sheet set that could easily pass as silk. You know that feeling when you shave your legs, lotion up, and then crawl into bed? That's what these sheets feel like 24/7 even if you haven't bought a razor since pre-quarantine times.

    the sheet set in snow with a forest green duvet

    Sijo is a small, woman-founded home brand from Anni Stromfeld and Jacob Xi (friends since middle school!). The brand is all about affordable luxuries from sheets and loungewear to candles and aromatherapy. They've partnered with the Joyful Heart Foundation — a nonprofit that supports women who have been victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and abuse — and donate a percentage of their sales to fund education and advocacy programs.

    I've recently forayed into being a Sheet Snob™ and I have to say these are some of my absolute favorite. They are SO freaking soft, cool to the touch, and they don't pop off the corners of my bed even though I have a pretty thick mattress topper and — perhaps more pertinent — a BF who seemingly practices tae kwon do in his sleep. I have the set in forest green and have to say the color is particularly *rich* looking, too.

    Promising review: "I love these sheets! They are so soft! I ordered one set and loved them so much I had to get another set. I got rid of all of my other sheets because I knew I would never use anything except my eucalyptus sheets." —Karen B.

    Get them from Sijo for $145+ (available in sizes twin–Cal. king and in eight colors).

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