Crisp sheets, cloud-like duvets, and someone else making the bed for you—a hotel bed always feels way more luxurious than our simple one at home. Fortunately, we can help you recreate the feeling of a five-star hotel bed in your own bedroom (at least, the linen aspect—there’s no bed-making robot that we know of out there… yet).
Cozy Earth Bamboo Sheet Set
You might not sleep in a mansion like Oprah, but you can recreate her bedding situation with Cozy Earth’s Bamboo Sheet Sets. Named one of Oprah’s favorite things, these luxurious sheets are made from 100 percent premium bamboo viscose. The soft fabric not only feels good, but also helps regulate temperature.
Cozy Earth’s sheets will get softer with every wash—and they are deliberately oversized so you never have to deal with the annoyance of a too-small fitted sheet popping off the mattress again.
Fishers Finery Pure Mulberry Silk Pillowcase
Wake up looking refreshed with Fishers Finery Pure Mulberry Silk Pillowcase. Made from 100 percent pure silk, these smooth pillowcases will prevent wrinkles and protect your hair from damage (and bedhead). The silk fabric also helps regulate temperature, keeping you cool at night.
Nolah Mattress AirFiber Pillow
Stuffed with a down-alternative filling that contours to your head and neck, and topped with a cooling cover, the Nolah AirFiber Pillow will rival the pillows at luxury hotels. Designed to support all sleeping positions, this pillow will be comfortable for side or back sleepers.
Sleep Number True Temp Sheet Set
Hot sleeper? Ditch the sweaty, sleepless nights when you upgrade to Sleep Number’s True Temp Sheet Set. Outfitted with the brand’s trademarked True Temp technology, these sheets will work all night long to adjust to a comfortable, cool, temperature for sleeping. The fitted sheet has an extra genius feature: hidden labels that tell you which corner of the bed they go on, eliminating the frustrating struggle of getting it properly on the mattress.
Casper Down Alternative Duvet
Somehow, hotel beds never seem too hot, even when you’re snuggled under lots of layers. Recreate the feeling at home with Casper’s Down Alternative Lightweight Duvet. This fluffy duvet is made with a TENCEL Lyocell fiber shell to keep you cozy (but not sweaty). The inside is made from an airy but substantial 100 percent recycled polyester that’s better for the planet (and allergies) compared to down.
Want luxury sheets at a fraction of the price? Check out Italic’s affordable selection of hotel-quality bedding. Italic uses the same manufacturer as Frette, Ritz Carlton, and the Four Seasons but is able to sell their bedding for significantly less by utilizing a membership-based model. Italic’s sheet sets are available in every type of material you can imagine—linen, jersey cotton, percale and more.
Want to wrap yourself up in your favorite cozy cashmere sweater to sleep? Brooklinen’s Heathered Cashmere sheets are the next best thing. This lightweight set is soft yet breathable so you won’t overheat. Made from a cotton/cashmere blend, these luxurious sheets can still be machine washed.
Target Performance Sheets
An 800 thread count sheet set at an under $100 price point? You can find it at Target, where their signature sheet set garners rave reviews at an affordable price. Made from 100 percent cotton, these sheets are breathable, durable, and wrinkle-resistant.
Boll & Branch Luxe
Boll & Branch’s bedding is notoriously luxurious, but their reserve collection is extra decadent. Available in a sheet or duvet set, the reserve collection feels like silk but is made from organic cotton and will feel noticeably softer the moment you climb into bed.
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