Best Organic Bedding for Sweet, Eco Friendly Dreams

Discover the best brands for organic & non-toxic bedding – including organic cotton sheets and sustainable bamboo sheet sets; from eco luxury to affordable.

Best Organic Bedding Brands

When you crawl into bed for a much-deserved night of rest, the last thing you want to be worrying about is where your bed sheets came from.

The truth is that most bedding is made without regard for your health or the environment and may have been produced in factories with unethical working conditions.

We’ve done the homework for you and rounded up over thirty bedding brands that offer high quality sheets, comforters and other bedding products that are ethically produced using natural and organic fabrics. So you can sleep easy knowing your bedding is as safe and cozy as it feels!

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Why Buy Natural & Organic Sheets?

It always pains me to say that many of the products we buy for our homes and lives are not as safe as we think they are – either for our health or for the environment. This is even true of something as basic as the bed sheets you go to sleep with every night.

From a health perspective, your bed sheets may contain residues from harmful chemicals like pesticides, dyes, formaldehyde, phthalates and more. Some sheets are even infused with chemicals to make them wrinkle resistant or stain resistant. I bet you’d rather not have those things touching your skin!

From an environmental perspective, your bedding may be a huge resource hog and involve environmentally destructive processes. Conventional cotton uses up 30% of the world’s pesticides and the chemicals used to process and finish it adds to the problem. Polyester is a type of plastic that comes from petroleum, a non-renewable resource.

From a social good perspective, your sheets may have been produced using child labor or in a factory with unhealthy working conditions for its employees. Yeah, not something pleasant to think about, but it’s important to look for ethical bedding.

Natural and organic bedding is an important part of creating a healthy, non-toxic environment in your bedroom. Along with a non-toxic mattress (read more about how to buy a mattress and the best non-toxic mattress brands) and fresh, purified air in your bedroom, your eco-friendly bedding will set you up for a healthy night’s sleep.

Pros & Cons of Organic Bedding

Take a look at some of the pros and cons of organic bedding vs. synthetic bedding:

Organic Beddingproduced without pesticides or chemical coatingscan be more expensive
typically higher qualitywatch out for greenwashing (look for certifications)
longer lasting bedding
fabric is softer; more breathable and comfortable
Synthetic Beddingcan be less expensivemay contain chemical residues
readily available in storesfabric is not breathable
petroleum is a non-renewable resource
often less durable

Organic cotton sheets and pillows on bed

Natural & Organic Fabrics for Organic Bed Sheets

These are the sustainable fabrics to look for in your organic sheets and bedding:

  • Organic cotton: Certified organic cotton is grown without pesticides and using sustainable farming practices. 
  • Bamboo: Bamboo grows without pesticides and is a renewable resource that grows extremely quickly (up to 4 feet per day!)
    • Viscose is the type of fabric produced from bamboo. It does involve resources and chemicals to manufacture, but care is taken to produce it in a sustainable manner. Look for viscose from bamboo that has been produced in a closed-loop process (which reuses water and chemicals used to process the bamboo).
    • Bamboo is grown naturally, without pesticides, but it can not be certified organic. Look for Oeko-Tex certification for bamboo sheets. 
  • Eucalyptus: Sustainable eucalyptus fiber is used to create Tencel lyocell fabric. Similar to bamboo, eucalyptus fabric can not be certified organic but is grown without pesticides.
  • Organic wool: Certified organic wool is used in blankets and fillings for comforters

RELATED: How to Find a Chemical Free Mattress

Certifications for Non-Toxic Bedding

Since most sheets and bedding do not go through any special testing for safety or evaluations of environmental or social impact, it’s important to look for independent certifications to guide you to the best bedding choices. Here are some certifications to look for:

  • Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) – Internationally recognized as the toughest organic textile standard because it goes beyond verifying the organic farming process to include every step of manufacturing. Products must contain at least 95% organic fiber, use non-toxic dyes and not be treated with bleach, formaldehyde or any other toxic substances. Strict social and environmental standards are also required.
  • OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100 – A comprehensive, third-party testing and certification system for textile products at all stages of production. All components of a product are required to be free from a variety of harmful substances including formaldehyde, banned colourants, pesticides, heavy metals and more.
  • MADE SAFE – A certification that ensures products are non-toxic. Products are screened for a wide range of toxins including behavioral toxins, carcinogens, endocrine disruptors, heavy metals and more. In addition, MADE SAFE goes above and beyond by lab-testing products for safety.
  • GreenGuard Gold – Provides assurance that products designed for use in indoor spaces meet strict chemical emissions limits. Gold certification considers safety factors to account for sensitive individuals, such as children and the elderly.
  • Fair Trade Certified – A product certification that promotes equitable trade practices, working with farms and factories around the world to empower workers and improve wages, benefits and conditions.
Natural & Organic Bedding Guide - Coyuchi organic cotton sheets and duvet on bed
My Coyuchi organic cotton sheets and duvet.

Best Brands for Eco-Friendly Sheets & Bedding

In order to do a proper review of the best organic sheets, I received some product samples to check them out!

But more than simply sleeping on these sheets, I did a lot of research to find out more about these brands – how the products are made, the certifications they have, and their commitment to making safe and eco-friendly products.

First a few notes:

  • Most sheets are made overseas, not in the U.S. (I’m guessing for cost reasons.)
  • It is recommended to wash all new bedding prior to first use – which helps relax the fibers for a softer feel.
  • Cold water washing is better for the environment and has been shown to be just as effective as hot water for cleaning clothes.
  • Most sheet sets include a flat sheet, a fitted sheet and a set of pillow cases.

All of these organic bedding brands are made with natural fibers (most are certified organic) and other organic materials and produced without any harsh chemicals.

Coyuchi organic cotton sheet set
Photo courtesy of Coyuchi


Coyuchi makes thoughtfully designed bed, bath and home textiles that are both friendly to people and the planet.

  • Beautifully luxurious organic cotton sheets and duvet covers, as well as organic blankets and organic comforters.
  • Organic cotton fabric is minimally processed and colored using low-impact dyes (many fabrics are undyed).
  • Cotton sheets are available in percale, sateen, jersey and flannel fabrics and organic linen sheets are also available
  • Certifications: GOTS, MADE SAFE, Fair Trade Certified
  • My take: I received samples of Coyuchi organic cotton sheets and a lovely duvet cover. The sheets are 200 thread count and are very well made. The nature inspired print is beautiful – by far the prettiest sheets I own! (shown in the top image in this post but this exact style is no longer available) The duvet cover is made from woven fabric that feels like a blanket yet is backed with organic cotton percale, so you can use it with or without a top sheet.
  • Price: Sheet sets start at $198 for a Queen set. Full/Queen duvet covers start at $168. Comforters start at $248 for a queen.

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Saatva organic cotton bedding
Photo courtesy of Saatva


Luxury, organic bedding brought to you buy the company that makes Saatva, ZenHaven and Loom & Leaf mattresses (read more about those non-toxic mattress brands here).

  • This company makes both organic cotton and responsibly sourced linen bed sheets
  • Certifications: GOTS, Fair Trade Certified
  • My take: The Organic Sateen Sheet Set (300 thread count) arrived in gorgeous packaging (would make a great gift!) and are excellent quality sheets.
  • Price: Queen sets are $195.


bamboo sheets from Cariloha
Photo courtesy of Cariloha


Cariloha specializes in luxurious bedding and mattresses made from sustainable bamboo.

  • Bamboo fabric is super soft, very breathable and naturally odor-repellent. It’s 3 degrees cooler than cotton and wicks moisture away from the body, keeping you cool and dry all night long.
  • Cariloha is committed to promoting sustainable bamboo harvesting practices worldwide
  • Certifications: OEKO-TEX Standard 100, Fair Trade Certified
  • My take: I have the Resort Bamboo Sheets, with the sateen finish and they are wonderfully soft (400-thread-count but apparently they surpass the softness and durability of 1,000-thread-count Egyptian cotton.)
  • Price: Queen sets start at $199 for the Classic Twill and $239 for the Resort Sateen.

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Olive + Crate

Olive + Crate makes beautiful, practical bedding from sustainable eucalyptus fibers turned into TENCEL™ Lyocell fabric.

  • Eucalyptus sheets are moisture-wicking, hypoallergenic and as soft as silk.
  • Fibers come from eucalyptus trees that have never been sprayed with insecticides or pesticides
  • Certifications: OEKO-TEX Standard 100, USDA Certified Biobased (for the fiber)
  • My take: I’m obsessed with my TENCEL Eucalyptus Sheets because they are SO SOFT!!
  • Price: Queen sets are $190 (includes fitted sheet, top sheet and two pillowcases)

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naturepedic-sheets organic bedding


Naturepedic is especially known for their high quality natural and organic mattresses, but they make sheets too!

  • 100% certified organic cotton sateen
  • Certifications: GOTS, GreenGuard Gold
  • My take:  These 400 thread count sheets are very luxurious and I can tell they will hold up well over time
  • Price: Queen sheet set is $239

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Pact favorite tee organic sheets set


Pact is known for organic cotton underwear, tees and cozy sweatshirts but now they have added bedding to the mix!

  • Three types of bedding available – depending on your sleep style: Favorite Tee (extra soft jersey), Room Service (lightweight, buttery soft sateen) and Cool-Air Percale (a classic, cooling weave).
  • Certifications: GOTS and Fair Trade factories
  • My take:  The Favorite Tee sheets are so cozy – perfect for a Minnesota winter or for anyone who loves to snuggle.
  • Price: Queen size set is $140

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Aizome organic bedding


AIZOME creates bedding using the techniques of plant-based dyeing in the ancient tradition of Indigo dyeing, known as aizome.

  • 100% certified organic cotton colored with 100% plant-based dyes
  • Certifications: GOTS
  • My take:  The dark indigo sheets are so beautiful and soft to sleep on
  • Price: Queen sheet set is $289

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Antipodean organic bedding

Antipodean Home

Antipodean is an American small business borne out of New Zealand that makes regenerative organic bedding that is better for people and the planet.

  • Regenerative organic cotton sheets and Merino wool duvets
  • Certifications: ZQRX – the World’s first regenerative agriculture index, GOTS, OEKO-TEX
  • My take:  The sheets are high quality and the wool duvet keeps me warm without overheating.
  • Price: Queen sheet set is $189 (comes with free wool dryer balls)

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Organic cotton sheets from Nest Bedding
Photo courtesy of Nest Bedding

Nest Bedding

California based, family-owned company aiming to provide affordable eco-friendly bedding and mattresses by selling factory-direct with a low-overhead business model.

  • Carry both organic cotton and bamboo sheets, as well as mattresses and other bedding products.
  • Showrooms in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and Seattle
  • Certifications: GOTS and Fair Trade Certified (for organic cotton sheets), OEKO-TEX (for bamboo sheets)
  • My take: Great affordable brand! I have tried the Luxury Bamboo Sheets and the Organic Cotton Sheets from Nest and have been pleased with both. Both are 300 thread count.
  • Price: Queen sets start at $129.

happsy organic sheet set


This affordable organic mattress company, offers sheets to go along with their popular mattress-in-a-box.

  • Simple organic cotton sheets with no added dyes
  • Off-white color only
  • Certifications: GOTS, GreenGuard Gold, Made Safe
  • My take: A great value for a really nice, 300 count sheet set!
  • Price: Queen set is $99

My Green Mattress Organic_sheets

My Green Mattress

My Green Mattress is known for their natural and organic mattresses, and they recently added an organic cotton sheet set to the mix.

  • These 100% GOTS organic cotton sheets are soft and silky to the touch and have a light reflecting sheen (600 thread count)
  • Certifications: GOTS certified
  • My take: Very nice high quality sheets. I love the natural color (white is also available). 
  • Price: $149 for a Queen set.

Target Threshold Organic Cotton Sheets
Photo courtesy of Target

Threshold by Target

Target’s popular store brand Threshold offers budget priced organic cotton sheet sets.

  • Available in solid colors and prints.
  • Certifications: OEKO-TEX Standard 100
  • My take: A great entry point for organic bedding. I’ve had a set of organic cotton sheets (300 thread count) for quite a few years now. They are starting to show some wear and tear but have served me very well.
  • Price: $65 for a Queen set.

More Brands for the Best Organic Sheets

Here are a few other eco-friendly sheets and bedding brands that I have not personally tried but have good reputations for quality.

Avocado – Organic cotton sheets, linen sheets, hemp sheets and organic pillows (I own the pillows and they are wonderful!)

Boll & Branch – Organic cotton

Ettitude – Bamboo

Savvy Rest – Organic cotton

Parachute – Organic cotton

Eucalypso – Tencel from 100% eucalyptus

Delilah Home – Organic cotton and hemp

Cozy Earth – Bamboo

Sijo – 100% French flax linen and 100% eucalyptus Tencel

Under the Canopy – Organic cotton

SOL Organics – Organic cotton

The Citizenry – Organic cotton and French flax linen

Looma – Organic cotton and French linen

Plover – Organic cotton

Buffy – Eucalyptus lyocell

American Blossom Linens – Organic cotton

Grund – Organic cotton

The Company Store – Organic cotton

Do you have any favorite non toxic bedding brands? Let me know in the comments!

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  1. I don’t do anything specific.

    1. Katrina Brockavich says:

      We have not done anything yet to change our bedroom to eco friendly! Sheets would be the first thing I think we should change, as well as the pillows.

  2. I run an air purifier in my room.

  3. I was careful in choosing my new mattress because I wanted one without toxins.

  4. carol clark says:

    i run an air purifier cause we have allergies and i run an oil diffuser and i wash the sheets every friday or sunday and thats it

  5. Dan Dykstra says:

    We make our own soaps for washing our sheets and clothing.

  6. we use an air purifier

  7. Love all this info about organic options! I have a latext bed that came with organic sheets I love, but they will eventually need replacing… looking forward to trying some of these!

  8. I love my parachute sheets that are oeko-tex certified and super soft! My favorite is changing the sheets before bed then snuggling in with them all warm. I’d love to try some of these other brands too!

  9. We run an air purifier, humidifier, and use organic cotton sheets. And we have laminate flooring instead of carpet.

  10. Lesly Figueroa says:

    I used to friendly fabrics in my bed sheets a d washing them with natural soap

  11. Bridgett Wilbur says:

    I have never thought about it until recently about going eco-friendly.

  12. Chrissy Sparks says:

    I wash my bedding in eco friendly soap – Ive never tried organic bedding, would love to!

  13. I recently steered using a diffuser & next time I need sheets I’ll go with organic.

  14. Jessica To says:

    I have been looking at organic sheets but currently don’t do anything to make it eco-friendly.

  15. Tamra Phelps says:

    I guess my skin has become more sensitive as I’ve aged because I can’t take the heavily perfumed detergents anymore. I use cotton sheets (I haven’t tried bamboo yet) and I use detergents without perfumes, etc.

  16. Steve Weber says:

    We use dryer balls and eco friendly products to clean.

  17. Working on this but we do wash on cold!

  18. I use non-toxic cleaning supplies.

  19. We’ve started using organic sheets, although I would be interested in trying a new brand, and looking to replace my kid’s sheets. We are due for a new mattress in the next year or so, and have been researching more eco-friendly options.

    1. Robin Earle says:

      Really like HAPPSY with pillow top. Also bought a Birch queen mattress. A little firmer than we’re used to but happy about non-toxic piece!

      1. We have a Happsy mattress too – it’s awesome! Not familiar with the Birch brand of mattresses.

  20. Ruthanne Schraeder says:

    Ouch! The cost of many of those sheet sets are beyond my budget! I do buy organic cotton but did not check further than that for fair trade, etc. Definitely something I can do for next time. I do look for bamboo but usually too expensive. I shop at Winners in Canada.


    I have several plants in my bedroom and led light bulbs in the lamps

  22. I have added a plant or two to our room, but I want to also get organic sheets!

  23. I have a natural latex topper on my bed and currently have the Threshold brand sheets from Target – they are super soft! I’ll have to check out the other brands. And I’m looking forward to getting a completely non-toxic mattress in a few years.

  24. To be honest, I haven’t given much thought to the linens in my bedroom. These sheets would be a great place to start!

  25. Thank you for this! Especially for noting the Target price point!!!

  26. Great post! We are upgrading to a king size bed soon, so I’ll have to refer back to this post when it comes time to buy bedding. Thanks!

  27. Alyssa T. says:

    We have a few sets of organic sheets from Target. Also use allergy mattress protectors that zip and seal the non organic mattresses in. Unfortunately non toxic mattresses and most bedding are too expensive for us to afford.

  28. Sandy Klocinski says:

    Make sure stacks of papers don’t accumulate on my nightstand or piles of laundry on my chair. I am ruthless about what enters my room and organize what’s there. Recycle unnecessary papers. Donate unwanted or unused clothing. Give away excess bedding, too – homeless shelters are in need of gently used pillows, blankets, and sheets.

  29. Brittany Thomas says:

    We switched to kapok pillows last year.

  30. Happy to know there are options for my price point!

  31. We just got our first organic sheets last year and I fell i. Love. Would love to try another brand.

  32. I don’t really do anything eco-friendly but if there is any tips I wouldn’t mind reading and learning about it.

  33. Holly Thomas says:

    I use non toxic cleaners and removed the carpeting in my bedroom.

  34. Jeanne Coulombe says:

    We run a air purifier in our room and have no carpets I have allergies so we try and use organic in our room but it can be very costly .

  35. I try to use natural cleaning products and natural materials lie cotton

  36. I try to leave the window open on nice days, and keep plants in my bedroom to freshen the air.

  37. Terri Shaw says:

    I have an air purifier that I use in the bedroom.

  38. I run an air purifier, am working on decluttering, and buying 100% natural fiber textiles that can be recycled.

  39. Jillian Too says:

    I try to follow a minimalist design and avoid introducing any chemicals.

  40. courtney b says:

    we change our air filters every 2 weeks and keep it smelling fresh in there

  41. I use natural fabrics – and run an air cleaner.

  42. I try not to use harsh cleaning products and use more natural non-toxic products.

  43. Ashley Mains says:

    I use all natural cleaning products and candles!

  44. I use cotton bedding.

  45. We use an air purifier and essential oils for aromatherapy and cleaning.

  46. We use non-toxic cleaning products and do not have carpet in our bedroom.

  47. I only use natural fabrics on my bed and try to hang them dry whenever possible. No fabric softeners!!! (this was a big argument between the man and I, I swear he was addicted to Downy)

  48. aaron reck says:

    I look for recommendations from influencers and my friends and family about what they buy and stuff.

  49. Jeremy McLaughlin says:

    We use an air purifier in the room.

  50. We are very minimalistic and try ensure that the products we buy are environmentally friendly, sustainable and something I am comfortable having my kids around!

  51. We have an air purifier set up!

  52. Laura Rubenstein says:

    I use non toxic cleaners and dust with a washcloth and water so the dust does not spread

  53. Heather D says:

    We use an air filter and use green methods to clean.

  54. We stick with natural products as much as possible, and have lots of houseplants to work as natural air purifiers.

  55. Cassandra says:

    For years I’ve done my best to only purchase eco-friendly fabrics to wear on my body and use throughout my home. I switch between using hemp, linen and organic cotton sheets/bedding. I also run an air purifier and use eco-friendly products to wash all fabrics.

  56. Angie Bailey says:

    We use a humidifer in our bedroom.

  57. For the Environment and my family’s safety keeping our health from from deterioration. Love being Eco friendly!

  58. Kayla klontz says:

    I run a humidifier and I clean with eco friendly supplies.

  59. Sarah Mayer says:

    We make our own cleaning products as well as use non-toxic chemicals when we wash.

  60. Rebecca Weiss says:

    I would love to try out organic sheets for my bed! They sound like they would be a very nice wedding gift as well. We have some friends getting married in January.

  61. I clean most of my house using lemon and vinegar.

  62. Tiffany Banks says:

    We don’t really do anything :/

  63. Cassandra D says:

    To make my bedroom non-toxic and eco-friendly, I use incandescent lightbulbs and have tile as my floor covering.

  64. Isabella Reyes says:

    Switched to organic stuff for my home, and that includes bed sheets. I already have the bamboo sheets that I got from an online store. It’s not just organic, but really really comfy as well!!

  65. Shelly Hawkins says:

    I love parachute bedding and towels!

  66. Do you have any suggestions for kid friendly blankets/comforters? They have threshold sheets and right use just a blanket, but I want to get more of a bed set…but it’s hard to find fun prints in good bedding

    1. Hmmm…I need to do some more research on this – but you check out Garnet Hill and The Company Store and search for organic kids bedding. Best of luck!

  67. It would be nice if the list of brands is updated on a periodic basis. I recently used a brand called The Organic Factor and the bedding range is lovely.


    1. I do update this post occasionally as I learn about new bedding. Just added Aizome bedding!

  68. Why is West Elm crossed out> thank you

  69. Just an update, the Target queen set by Threshhold is $65 not $49.
    Also, I don’t buy sets, and know others who don’t, so it would be great to know which seller sells individual sheets.

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