The 10 Best Organic Sheets of 2022

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Invest in a set of top-quality organic sheets, and you’ll sleep better knowing your bedding is free from harsh chemicals. Before you consider any of the certifications that bedding companies offer with their finished goods, it’s important to prioritize your sleeping style. “It starts with texture, goes down to temperature, and then what you’re comfortable supporting or looking for in how the good is made,” says Anna Brakefield, co-founder of Red Land Cotton. “There’s so much more to consider when looking at sustainability and creating a more greener, and ethically produced product, especially when looking at the bedding market.”

We sent organic sheets from the most popular bedding brands to our team of product testers, who washed, ironed, and slept on them for over three weeks. Our favorite set, the Avocado Suvin Organic Cotton Sheets, are GOTS certified—made with 100 percent organic Indian Suvin cotton—and offer a unique, luxury feel.

Here are the best organic sheets on the market.


Final Verdict

The Avocado Suvin Organic Cotton sheets are our top choice because they comfortable, GOTS certified, and OEKO-TEX certified. Our runner-up is the PB Classic Organic Percale Sheet Set, which offers a crisp feel and comes in classic colors.

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Over 3+ weeks, our team of testers used some of the top organic sheet options on the market. They slept with them in their own homes and laundered them to see how they held up with time, then ranked them on quality, texture, durability, breathability, and value. We combined their insights with our writers’ and editors’ independent research to bring you this list.

Third-party certifications

The most-discussed factor when it comes to buying organic sheets is whether a set has third-party certifications confirming that it’s organic or pesticide-free. Brakefield advises consumers that are interested in purchasing sheets with organic certifications should also look into how the fabrics are made and what practices specific brands use for finishing and sizing sheets. Finished goods listed as “Made with organic…” are only required to have at 70 percent certified organic materials.

Look for the GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certification to ensure that the material used is organic, was processed without pesticides or herbicides, and was manufactured in an ethical environment. Another common certification is from OEKO-TEX, which evaluates the toxicity of the end product.

“OEKO-TEX stays up to date on scientific, health, and technical information, updates its criteria annually, monitors for regulatory compliance, and uses the strictest standards and methods to test and verify claims,” says North American GOTS representative, Lori Wyman. “For this reason, checking for our labels is one of the easiest and most reliable ways to assure that the product you’re purchasing is safe.”

Our top pick, the Bampure 100 Percent Organic Bamboo Sheets, for example, is constructed with OEKO-certified fabrics.

Fiber material

If you want an organic sheet set, pay attention to its material. Cotton organic sheets are very common, but you may also see bamboo, linen, and silk. Microfiber, however, doesn’t make the list, since this polyester-based textile is processed with plastics and chemicals that don’t belong in organic sheets.

Weave

The Bampure sheets are made from a super soft sateen weave that our testers loved. However, there are quite a few different weaves you can shop, according to your preference.

“While both are made from cotton, percale and sateen offer slightly different feels and finishes based on how the materials are weaved,” explains Ruthie Osswald, Senior Associate of Design and Product Development at Brooklinen. “Percale is a traditional one-yarn-over and one-yarn-under weave that creates a matte finish and cooling feel, while sateen is a one-yarn-under and three-yarn-over weave that is more tightly woven and heavier in weight, making for a silkier, smoother feel and slightly warmer finish.”

Jersey sheets are cozy and great for chilly weather; linen sheets tend to have a rougher weave but many people like the natural feeling.

FAQ

  • Organic sheets are sheets manufactured in an eco-friendly way, meaning they were made without chemical additives. Buying organic bedding ensures no pesticides, chemical fabric treatments, or harsh chemical cleaning agents were used to make the product.

  • Wash organic sheets separate from your other laundry to give them room to spread out while being washed thoroughly without getting crushed. Run them through a gentle cycle on cool or cold water—hot water could cause them to shrink, depending on the material. Above all, though, follow the care instructions printed on the label of your product to best care for your organic sheets.

  • Because organic sheets are totally free from harmful additives, they are considered hypoallergenic—a big bonus for those of us with seasonal allergies and/or sensitive skin. Their production is also much easier on the planet compared to the production of standard sheets because the process does not involve harsh chemicals and uses organically-grown materials, like cotton, that don’t use pesticides.

This article was edited and researched by Cristina Sanza, a lifestyle writer specializing in home products and organization hacks. To keep our product picks current and help you choose the best organic sheets, she reads customer reviews, third-party articles, and brand websites. To make this list, she considered the weave and fiber material of each pick, as well as any third-party certifications. She also collected insight from experts in the field and our own team of testers. Additional reporting was done by Lauren Murphy, a freelance writer whose work has also appeared on Hunker and the Huffington Post. Emma Phelps, an Updates Writer for The Spruce, also offered additional support for this roundup by speaking to Anna Brakefield, the co-founder of Red Land Cotton, a family owned and operated bedding business. Brakefield offers a unique, expert perspective on bedding by having previous professional experience in marketing and branding, and working on her family’s North Alabama cotton farm, which supplies all of the fibers for Red Land Cotton’s bedding.

Disclaimer: Curated and re-published here. We do not claim anything as we translated and re-published using google translator. All images and Tattoo Design ideas shared only for information purpose.

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