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Usually cheaper than the other types of cloth, cotton is the viable and most commonly used type of fabric for bedding and bed sheets. Out there may compromise the meaning of bedding—just a piece of cloth that would cover the entire mattress before settling on top of the soft, lovely bed.

A silky duvet cover set with a high thread count that comes in 15 different colors. Sateen-woven bed linen sets made in a blend of lyocell and cotton are both very soft and pleasant against your skin as well as have a glow and luster. Cotton bedding sets woven from pure cotton are soft against your skin and actually even get softer after every wash.

“When it comes to bedding, invest in the best sheets you can afford,” she told us. “With regard to fabric, opt for a high-quality option that will stand the test of machine washing. Other reviewers are equally pleased with the quality and price of the Brooklyn Bedding Brushed Microfiber sheets. If organic cotton and Fair Trade standards are important to you, the Boll & Branch Signature Soft Solid Hemmed Sheet Sets will help you sleep easy.

All the sheets are made from long-staple cotton or Belgian linen, and the company’s bedding is Oeko-Tex certified, so you know your sheets are free from strange chemicals. If linen is your bedsheet material of choice, the best is from MagicLinen The Lithuanian company may be a little-known brand, but its sheets rival those from established players in terms of price and quality. We chose these sheets as our top pick in our guide to the best cotton sheets In our testing, these sheets had a soft hand feel right out of the packaging and they were cool and soft to sleep on.

L.L. Bean’s wonderfully smooth 280-thread-count Pima Cotton Percale Sheets are durable, comfortable, and just the right weight to give you sweet dreams all year round. Sateen sheets (not the same as satin, which is a fabric, not a weave) have more threads running vertically than horizontally, creating fabric with a slight sheen and a very soft, silky feel. Made from 100 percent Belgian flax linen, sleepers can avoid any discomfort that might come with the first nights sleep on linen sheets — these arrive pre-washed so your first night can be just as soft as every other.

While the complaint with most linen sheets is the initial rough feel of the fabric, you won’t have to worry about that with this set.

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