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We Slept on Lots of Linen Sheets to Find the Best Ones

Welcome to Sleep Week, which we’re devoting to all the things that help us get better shut-eye. We’re talking to experts and testing products ourselves to get those precious eight hours a night.

A bed made with linen sheets — the Strategist reviews the best linen bedsheets.

Excellent sheets, by Morrow Soft Goods. Photo: Morrow

Last summer, we tested and wrote about the best linen sheets. This particular bedding product had recently taken on a life of its own, and there were so many companies — new and old — making sheets out of flax that we felt like it deserved an analysis.

Since then, even more brands have sprung up. So naturally, we decided to update this guide. For the first go-around, Lauren Levy and Margaret Rhodes sleep-tested sheets from several different brands, including newer lines like Parachute and Brooklinen as well as beloved standbys like West Elm and Matteo. This second time around, I pitched in with the very taxing work of sleeping on a handful of linens from other brands that have come to our attention.

All three of us have tried Parachute, and would all agree that for the feel, the price, and the color options, it’s one of your best bets. But Lauren also loved Matteo, a company based out of Los Angeles that also does linen clothing and home goods. As for Margaret, she’s found a new love: a small company called Linoto that makes the most substantial sheets she’s tried so far. If you’re contemplating linen sheets and want details, here are the ones we endorse, starting with the newest additions up top. (Quick note: As we did with our recent mattress-buying update, we’re listing full-size sets at the starting price.)


Simone: The Parachute sheets were sturdy and Casper sheets were soft. But, perhaps, Snowe’s linen sheets offered the best of both worlds. In fact, I’ll go one step further: These sheets are the softest I’ve ever slept on. My last apartment’s washer-dryer didn’t dry so well, so I would end up slinging my sheets over closet doors to dry them. Most linen sheets air-dry a little stiff and starchy, but the Snowe sheets impressively preserved their ripply, breezy softness. Now they get dried in a harsh industrial laundromat dryer, and they roll out of there just as delicate and structurally sound as they day I first unfurled them. They appear built to last. Everyone praises linen’s breathability as a solution for sweaty summer nights, and the Snowe sheets were substantial enough to use alone. But with cooler nights on the way, I’m confident that Snowe sheets will be a warming cocoon. A note about sizing: It is generous. If you have one of those super-tall mattresses, it won’t be an issue — but I do find myself cinching up excess fabric underneath the mattress so they feel more taut.Snowe Linen Sheet SetFrom $300FROM $300 AT SNOWE

Verdict: Snowe’s palette is limited — just three shades of white, gray, and pale blue — and they’re a smidge pricier than your West Elms and Brooklinens, but if you are still on the fence about linen feeling soft, buy these.


Margaret: I read about Linoto in a few other roundups, and then saw that the sheets are actually all made in a workshop located nearby, in upstate New York. Linoto offers more product range than anyone else I’ve seen: The 100-percent-linen sheet sets come in a rainbow of color choices (I tried these in the terra cotta color), and the heavier Belgian Eco and Organic Linen sets come in white and flax.

Linoto’s founder, Jason, has included a wealth of information on the site about the mills and chemicals (or lack thereof) that Linoto uses, and I’d recommend that anyone check it out. For a quicker review, I’ll say first that upon unboxing these, they immediately felt heavier and more like the idea of an heirloom sheet than other I’ve encountered. A lot of other brands do an enzyme prewash to give sheets a lived-in feel before that’s actually true — Linoto doesn’t. I actually got to talk to Jason about the best ways to break in the sheets, and besides just regular washing and time, he recommends adding a little hair conditioner to the wash in lieu of fabric softener. Anyway, these have the right ratio of soothing to crisp, and the sheets hold their shape after several nights of sleep. It’s hard to imagine they won’t last for ages.Linoto 100% Pure Linen Sheet Set$367$367 AT AMAZON

Verdict: If you want heirloom-level linen, buy.


Margaret: You ended up taking the linen sheets from Casper, which are brand new to the company as of late September. Thoughts?

Simone: I picked up a set of Parachute linen sheets and a duvet earlier this summer right around the time you and Lauren first covered linen sheets. I found them to be incredibly sturdy feeling, but also at times a little too thick, in that I’d have to kick them off if it got too hot, though softness was never really an issue. The Casper sheets also come out of the box feeling incredibly soft, as in you don’t need to wash them three times before you use them — though I did give them one pretest wash. What I noticed immediately was a super lightweightness (the sheets identify themselves as “Airy”) without a bit of stiffness; they come completely broken-in in a good way. It’s the kind of softness you really only get from a well-loved T-shirt; there is nothing scratchy about these sheets. The other thing is the fit — they’re just the right size, which sounds not that remarkable, but certain linen sheets can run a little baggy.Airy Linen Sheet SetFrom $290FROM $290 AT CASPER

Verdict: If you kind of miss those jersey sheets you slept on in college, but want an upgrade, buy these.


Margaret: Cultiver is an Australian brand that’s sort of a peer to Parachute and Brooklinen, but is further along in terms of the breadth of homeware products they offer. I’d heard of them but will admit that I only realized we needed to check them out after seeing that Wirecutter named them the best linen sheets. And they turned out to be lovely: They are definitely on the soft side, like Morrow or Casper, rather than the hearty-textured side, like Linoto and Parachute. (I will say, they also run on the baggy side.) But I think Cultiver most stands out for having lots of colors, and for mixing those hues so carefully. Like, it’s one thing to sell purple linen sheets and another thing entirely to sell a berry-stained color that could somehow pass as a very interesting neutral.Cultiver Linen Sheet SetFrom $385FROM $385 AT CULTIVER

Verdict: These cost a bit more than some other sheet sets here (and only come in queen and king sizes), but they offer the widest range of non-boring neutral colors, so buy if that matches your needs.

Sea Me

Margaret: Sea Me is yet another just-launched linen sheets company. It was kind of obvious already that there’s this direct-to-consumer boom in bedding, but Sea Me’s arrival, to me at least, signaled proof that the wave is a big one. Anyway, I wanted to try stuff from this company, which is from Ukraine, for two reasons: (1) They sell products in absolutely beautiful colors, particularly this emerald green, and (2) the price point is a smidge lower than some other startups, and accessibility matters.

I wasn’t able to try the actual fitted and top sheets from Sea Me, but I did get to check out the duvet cover and shams, so can comfortably, assuredly say that the hand (and body) feel of their linen is nice: sturdy, which is now the way I prefer linen. No scratchiness. I’d compare this to the other hefty sheet-makers like Linoto, Parachute, and Coyuchi.Sea Me Fitted SheetFrom $95Photo: Copyright 2017. All rights reserved.

The mossy emerald green that I love. The pieces are sold separately, so those who don’t like a top sheet can skip it and save $95.FROM $95 AT SEA ME

Verdict:Buy! These cost a few bucks less than others. And then you can own something from a not-yet-ubiquitous brand. The catch is that shipping is $40, because Sea Me is international. So it would be wise to buy a full set and make it worth it.

More Strat-endorsed linen sheet sets

Margaret: You wrote about linen sheets on the Strategist first, making you the resident expert. Should we first establish why they’re so incredible?

Lauren: I used Brooklinen sheets first, and those made me fall in love with linen sheets. They feel so light, it’s almost like you don’t feel it. It’s just brushing against you when you sleep. If you’ve only used cotton or whatever, you can’t even compare it to the feel of linen sheets.

Margaret: I’ve been trying to come up with the vocabulary to describe it, and people always say it’s breathable; it’s cool to the touch. But I still don’t feel like I have the right word to describe how it feels like such an embrace.

Lauren: It’s like an angel’s kiss.

Margaret: There’s a live quality to it. You feel like you’re being whispered against. Which makes me sound like a psycho, but —

Lauren: But it’s true.


Linen Core Sheet SetFrom $249

Seen here in cream; Brooklinen’s sheets also come in a range of earthy tones including a bright moss shade and a rich pomegranate.FROM $249 AT BROOKLINEN

Verdict: You can’t go wrong with Brooklinen. We say buy, so long as you aren’t looking for a bright color.


Lauren: There is a tactile-ness to good linen, which is one reason I love Parachute. If I’m picking favorites, these are one of my top two. In a weird way, the most important thing to me is the color options because if I don’t want cream sheets, then I don’t want to be limited to just that. I put aesthetics above a lot of things. So I bought Parachute sheets in coal, and have the duvet cover in fog.

Margaret: I tried Parachute as well, and was especially curious about it because I think it’s become the go-to brand. Like when Simone wanted linen sheets, her friend who’s a fashion buyer told her to just get the West Elm ones, but Simone was like, “No, I just wanted the Parachute ones.” She got the fog color, but the coal color we both have is great — there’s something so relaxing about waking up with all that darkness around you. You can get away from the light that bounces off white sheets.

Lauren: I also think the price is right on Parachute. I would have bought Matteo from the jump, but I wasn’t ready to spend $430 on sheets.

Margaret: The Parachute sheets feel a bit more like what I imagine European heirloom sheets to feel like. They have that heavy, grainy, but still really soft feeling. They felt great right out of the box, like they had been washed many times already.Linen Sheet Set in “Fog”From $169

Parachute’s “fog” color is the one if you’re interested in a cool, placid, hazy bed environment. Add a top sheet and it’s $279.FROM $169 AT PARACHUTELinen Sheet Set in “Bone”From $169

A nice nonwhite option.FROM $169 AT PARACHUTELinen Sheet Set in “Coal”From $169

The “coal” sheets both of us are obsessed with.FROM $169 AT PARACHUTE

Verdict: We both think Parachute is the best all-around company, factoring the middle-of-the-road price, the substantial feel of the linen, and the color options. We say buy.


Margaret: What about Matteo? It’s been around longer and is definitely a known go-to for seriously good linen. (Its sheets also cost considerably more.) It has 18 colors — was the color swatch on its website faithful to the color you got?

Lauren: Well, it sent white ones. But that’s a good question. It would make me nervous to choose a color online and buy them. With just the “fog,” you can tell what you’re going to get. But at the same time, 18 colors — killing it. I fell in love with the Matteo sheets because they’re so light. They feel like a thin nothingness that’s also incredibly soft and cozy, whereas the others have a heavier quality.Linen Sheet SetFrom $495

Heads-up: Matteo’s queen and king sets are currently on sale at Huckberry.FROM $495 AT MATTEO LOS ANGELES

Verdict: Matteo makes the closest thing to a Status Sheet, among the brands on this list. It shows up in the price, though, so this sale is an especially good one. We say buy while they’re on sale — or put them on a registry and hope you get lucky.

West Elm

Lauren: I’m curious to hear about the West Elm. Multiple interior designers recommended them to me when I first did this post.

Margaret: They were across-the-board great. I thought they felt a little crisper than the others — just enough that they had a bit more of that just-washed, clean-sheet feeling. It was still better and softer than the regular percale Casper sheets I’ve been sleeping on, but for linen, it was the cleanest feeling.

Lauren: That, I think, is nice for people who are not sure if they want to go full linen. And other ones get wrinkly, so maybe you can fold these and make your bed in a more crisp way.

Margaret: It’s dip-your-toe-in linen. Maybe you get them for the guest bed in the house, so your guests don’t get full linen, but just a little. Also, the elastic on the fitted sheets was a lot tighter, so it snapped under my mattress in this very satisfying, at-attention way. Which was nice because I hate it when a sheet bags out and gets loose.

Lauren: I have a lot of opinions on the fittedness of the sheets. Every queen-size and king-size bed is the same, so they should all be fitted. I will note that the Parachute ones I have are baggy. But the Matteo ones are immediately the right fit and they stay tight.

Margaret: It’s also worth pointing out that the West Elm ones are currently on sale (with the code FRIENDS), so you can get a queen set for under or around $200. Plus, I don’t know, if you’re getting married and you’re registering at traditional stores instead of Zola, you can add these.Belgian Flax Linen Sheet Set$239 now 25% offFrom $179FROM $179 AT WEST ELM

Verdict: West Elm’s options are a super-solid, entry-level linen sheet. Especially with the current (and likely recurring) sale, we say buy.


Margaret: So I tested Morrow, or More-oh. Maybe it’s tomorrow, but without the to. Like you get in your sheets and wake up tomorrow. Anyway, these are phenomenal and they are soft in a downy way. Jean Godfrey-June recommended them as well. I got them in greige, and that was so much nicer than other regular cream-colored sheets I’ve slept on in the past. I like that flaxen, undyed look. I also really like that they come in just one full set with the fitted and top sheets and pillowcases because a lot of other places sell the sheets piecemeal —

Lauren: Asking if you want a top sheet? Everyone wants a top sheet! I use a top sheet, 100 percent.

Margaret: The crazy thing is, some people don’t. My best friend hates them, so for her to buy linen sheets from one of these other companies and save almost $100 on the top sheet is a deal. But I love a top sheet and give major props to Morrow for selling one sack of linens, one and done.

Lauren: To your word on greige: I’m declaring white sheets over. We can all be more creative than that.

Margaret: Your fog sheets are a great new neutral. There’s another way to keep it clean without paper white.

Lauren: I think that’s why millennial pink blew up — people just needed something different.Heirloom French Linen Sheet SetFrom $275FROM $275 AT MORROWHeirloom French Linen Sheet SetFrom $275

Yes, Lauren just declared white sheets over. But if you’re not done with them yet, here you are.FROM $275 AT MORROW

Verdict: These are exquisite, especially if you want something on the softer end of the spectrum. We say buy.


Lauren: So what’s up with Coyuchi?

Margaret: Coyuchi is a California company that started in the ’90s, and I wanted to try these because they have an interesting business model. Now that there’s this new wave of interest in bedding, they’re trying to reinvent things with a subscription model so that you sign up and pay a little bit each month, and then over time you get new ones. You can pay $39 a month for a queen set of linen sheets and then get new ones every 12 months. Or $19 a month, and get new ones in 24 months. When you return them, they upcycle the old ones. They use all kinds of crazy machinery and liquefied carbon dioxide at some factory and then “refresh” the fabrics. I read that in Fast Company, not just on their website, so I don’t think it’s just marketing.

Lauren: I kind of love that.

Margaret: These felt great, too. Sturdy, substantial, and soft enough out of the box that I’m sure they’ll get even better. Just as good as Parachute and West Elm. The top sheet also has a really subtle but really nice stitching detail on it: tiny contrast stitches across the top. I liked that. Also, Moon Juice founder Amanda Chantal Bacon recommends this line because they hold up well over time.Organic Linen Chambray Sheet Set (Queen)From $548

Squint and you can see the stitching detail I’m so fond of.

Best linen bedding sets: bedsheets, duvet covers and pillowcases

Eco-friendly, sustainable, and simply stylish – why linen should be your next bedding buy

The bedroom is a place you want to look chic but in a relaxing, informal way; after a long day you need somewhere inviting and comfortable to lay your head and promote a restful sleep.

The best linen bedding will do that and more. Offering a subtle luxury, linen’s list of benefits are an impressive roll call of everything you could want from the perfect all-season sheets, from delivering a better sleep to being the most sustainable material to choose.

Eco-friendly and 100 per cent natural, flax only requires rainwater to grow. The superhero plant made into linen fabric is breathable, hypoallergenic and incredibly resilient.

Tricia Guild, Founder and Creative Director at Designers Guild, says:  “Linen is one of the world’s oldest natural fabrics and has been highly prized for centuries for its smooth, crisp qualities – it is a breathable fabric, meaning that it’ll keep you warm in winter and cool in the summer.

“It is much loved for good reason and the good news is it just gets better with age – its structure is highly unique so it actually gets softer with every wash and of course it’s a stylish and sustainable choice. Linen is harvested from the flax plant and almost evert part of the plant is used in the process, leaving little to no footprint. Plus, as it’s made from 100% natural fibres, its biodegradable.”

Known for its temperature-regulating properties, linen is the perfect choice for a peaceful and healthy sleep, no matter the season.The flax plant is also naturally anti-allergenic and bacteria-resistant, so it’s recommended for those with dust or skin sensitivities.

Linen’s crumpled nature and rustic, organic charm also makes it ideal for a get-up-and-go lifestyle; it’s meant to be lived-in and laidback, and doesn’t require any ironing.

Jessica Mason, Founder of Piglet in Bed, says: “Sleeping in natural fibres can have a big impact on the quality of our sleep which plays a huge role in our general wellness. Linen bedding, in particular, is known to help regulate the body’s temperature while we sleep. The long natural fibres that make up this breathable fabric absorb moisture more effectively than other materials, considerably reducing the temperature fluctuations that wake us up at night.READ MOREBest dumbbell sets for weight training at home

“The relaxed styling of linen resonates really well with a generation who has grown tired of being told that beauty needs to be polished and perfect.

“We want our homes to fit around our real lives and for many of us that means bedding that feels super-soft and comfortable when we are watching Netflix in the evening and still looks fantastic when we rush off to work in the morning without making the bed.”

We’ve rounded up some of the best linen bedding sets below so you can easily make the switch to a more sustainable snooze sanctuary – and a dreamier night’s sleep.

Washed linen duvet cover – La Redoute

Sizes: Single, double, king, super king
Colours: 22
Set includes: Sold separately
Machine wash: 40°

Snuggle up in all-natural bedding with this pre-washed 100 per cent linen duvet cover with a relaxed, laidback aesthetic. Lightly crinkled, there’s no ironing necessary and there’s an extensive range of 22 colours to pick from to suit all tastes. We love this  rich and on-trend amber hue for a modern, earthy feel, reminiscent of a sun-baked desert shade.

From £80 for a duvet cover | La Redoute | Buy it now

Also available: pillowcasesflat sheetfitted sheet.​

Biella cool grey and mist bed linen – Designer’s Guild

Sizes: Single, double, king, super king
Colours: 19
Set includes: Sold separately
Machine wash: 40°

What’s better than one lovely linen duvet cover? Two for the price of one, of course. This range is reversible, meaning you can give your room the occasional refresh – without spending a penny. Designer’s Guild is renowned for its quality, and these super-soft sheets are no exception. This light and dark grey combo is sleek and stylish, but there’s a host of bold, bright and beautiful colours to choose, from fuchsia and coral to teal and emerald.

From £110 for a duvet cover | Designer’s Guild | Buy it now

Brisa linen bedding set – Made

Sizes: Double, king, super king
Colours: 10
Set includes: Duvet cover and two pillowcases
Machine wash: 40°

Like your duvet to feel like a cosy cocoon? This hypoallergenic Portuguese linen is the perfect choice for a second-skin snooze set. A soft-focus dusky pink palette is subtle yet warm, making it ideal for a tranquil bedroom. Pair with a dark grey backdrop for an ultra-chic finish.

From £99 per set | Made | Buy it now

Light grey linen double duvet cover set – Habitat

Sizes: Double, king, super king
Colours: nine
Set includes: Duvet cover and two pillowcases
Machine wash: 40°

Effortless and understated, this grey linen bedding set is great value without compromising on quality. Sleek and chic, yet crumpled and relaxed, it’s the ideal combination for any bedroom. Crafted with 100% Portuguese linen, it’s insulating, breathable and lightweight while being extraordinarily durable at the same time.

From £140 per set | Habitat | Buy it now

Natural Bed Linen Collection – The Conran Shop

Sizes: Single, double, king, super king
Colours: seven
Set includes: Sold separately
Machine wash: 40°

Earthy and organic, this snooze-inducing set from The Conran Shop is really channelling the natural texture trend that’s so on-point right now. Not only is the European flax-fibre linen more sustainable than other bedding materials, the stone hue also brings the outside in, and helps to create a relaxing, biophilic sleep sanctuary. This collection is also suitable for tumble drying, making freshly-laundered sheets even easier. Is it bedtime yet?

From £149 for a duvet cover | The Conran Shop | Buy it now

Mafalda Bed Linen – Urbanara

Sizes: Single, double
Colours:  six
Set includes: Duvet cover and two pillow cases
Machine wash: Up to 60°

If you’re a fan of grey but want to warm things up a bit, this linen bedding set with a green tinge is just the ticket; it nails the back-to-nature trend while also being a timeless tone. The set is finished with simple wooden buttons, and crafted from 100% Portuguese linen, making it a top-quality choice that will last for years to come.

From £99 for a duvet cover | Urbanara | Buy it nowREAD MOREBest food subscription boxes 2020

Lazy linen bundle – Loaf

Sizes: Double, king, super king
Colours: eight 
Set includes: Duvet cover, two pillowcases, fitted sheet
Machine wash: 40°

Loaf’s lazy linen comes in a handy bundle, which works out cheaper than buying each piece separately. The no-fuss, no-iron, crumpled-chic linen bedding set is soft and comfortable, and comes in a host of pretty pastel hues. We love this so-now hint of mint for a fresh bedroom feel.

From £245 per set | Loaf | Buy it now

Washed linen duvet cover set – H&M Home

Sizes: Double, king
Colours:  seven
Set includes: Duvet cover and two pillowcases
Machine wash: 60°

Love linen but on a budget? H&M Home has got you covered. At £79.99 for a double-sized set, it’s one of the most affordable on the market, but with the upside comes the downside: it sells out quickly. Keep pressing refresh if you find that’s the case, as it’s often restocked too. It comes in seven on-trend hues, from white and grey to dusky pink and ochre. A 150 thread count is the optimum for linen and, with a 104 thread count, this isn’t the best quality on the list but it’s brilliant for the price point. Hit  snooze, and enjoy that cosy lie-in…

From £79.99 per set | H&M Home | Buy it now

The linen sheets – Eve Sleep

Sizes: Single, double, super king
Colours: Navy/white, white/light grey, light grey/dark grey, light grey/yellow
Set includes: Duvet cover, two pillowcases, fitted sheet
Machine wash: 60°

Easy like Sunday morning… this crumpled reversible linen bedding set oozes all the calming, lulling vibes. Enjoy breakfast in bed with the weekend papers in your informal bedding just made for lazy lie-ins. Stonewashed for superior softness, they’re ready to dive straight into – and all at a fantastic price.

From £103 per set | Eve Sleep | Buy it now *on sale now from £209

Deep teal basic bundle – Piglet in Bed

Sizes: Double, king, super king
Colours: 11
Set includes: Duvet cover, two pillowcases, fitted sheet
Machine wash: 40°

Rich jewel tones are ideal for creating a sumptuous feel, while the crinkled finish injects a dash of effortless insouciance. Made from 100% natural stonewashed French flax, this linen bedding gets softer and softer with every wash.

From £261 per set | Piglet in Bed | Buy it now

100% linen bedding – John Lewis

Sizes: Double, king, super king
Colours: 7
Set includes: Sold separately
Machine wash: 40°

John Lewis is always a great go-to for sheets, and its linen bedding lives up to the expectation. Elegantly understated, it’s breathable, ages well and helps to deliver a luxurious, undisturbed sleep. Available in seven covetable colours, there’s something to suit every taste, too.

From £80 for a duvet cover | John Lewis | Buy it now

Grey French linen bundle – Loom & Last

Sizes: Double, king
Colours: Grey, white
Set includes: Duvet cover, two pillowcases, fitted sheet
Machine wash: 40°

With a mission to deliver the “softest sheets imaginable”, Loom & Last have hit their goal and then some. How? The flax plants hail from the rolling fields of Normandy and are top of the crops. This results in longer, smoother fibres, that ultimately create an ultra-comfortable, non-scratchy finish.

From £237 per set | Loom & Last | Buy it now

Washed linen bed linen – Heal’s

Sizes: Double, king, super king
Colours: seven
Set includes: Sold separately
Machine wash: 40°

Doze off into a dreamy snooze with these indulgent soporific sheets. This luxurious linen is finished in a trendy vintage pink, and embellished with pretty mussel shell buttons. It’s an easy-breezy set that’s made for a stylish yet cosy sleep retreat.

From £159 for a duvet cover | Heal’s | Buy it now


For expertly managing to combine a pleasing price point (£140 for a double duvet and two pillowcases), snug appeal (just the right amount of crumple), great quality and an extensive colour chart (hello 22 shades and counting), La Redoute’s linen bedding boasts a lot of box-ticking prowess. If you’re looking to splash out, The Conran Shop’s linen bedding is sumptuous, stylish and practical – we love how you can throw it in the tumble dryer fora super-easy laundry day.

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