Best Bedding

The right bedding can be tough to find, there are so many factors that come into play from material quality to price and more. So, we set out to uncover bedding made in the USA coming from the best manufacturers in the nation. Below, you’ll find our top picks, details on each one, what we liked, what we didn’t like, and all of the factors that we considered in our research.

Our Findings

After extensive research, we found five manufacturers that are producing top notch bedding right here in the USA. These brands produce everything from sheets, to comforters, bedspreads, blankets, duvets, and more, and their customers love them. We eliminated quite a few companies from our consideration after we found some issues with consistent quality and customer service. Our top recommendations below excelled in both of those categories. Read about each of our picks below, and happy shopping!

Top Recommendations

Best BeddingBest for:
Victor Mill Bedding CollectionsStyle Variety
Brahms Mount BlanketsBlankets
CozyPure Organic SheetsOrganic
American Made Dorm & Home BeddingDorm Room
Bates Mill Store BedspreadsTraditional Bedspreads

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Best Bedding for Style Variety

Victor Mill Bedding Collections


Victor Mill makes some classic bedding options, and rose above the competition for quality and style options. Choose from over 20 different bedding styles on their online store! Every bedding order is made one at a time, so it’s really easy to customize your order for what you want. Because they are custom made, delivery takes a little longer than normal, about 2-3 weeks. However, the wait is worth it in terms of quality. We love how comfortable each piece of these bedding sets are. All bed sets (with the exception of the twin) come with two shams and one comforter. Sizes include: twin, full, queen, king, and daybed. If you’d like a bed skirt to go with it, they are sold separately, but can be easily found on their website under the name of the bedding style that you select.

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Things we like:

  • Style variety
  • Custom made and handcrafted
  • Comfortable
  • Strong material

Things we don’t like:

  • Longer delivery times

 

Best Blankets for your Bed

Brahms Mount Blankets


Brahms Mount has been producing high quality blankets in the Maine headquarters since 1983. Blankets are handwoven on antique shuttle looms by their experts, resulting in a quality that is tough to match compared to some other big name blanket brands. They come in a variety of materials – cotton, wool, linen, and a few blended options. They also have a ton of styles and patterns to choose from. Every option we tried is incredibly comfortable! We loved the cotton options for warmer months, and the wool blankets for the winter.

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Things we like:

  • Handwoven
  • Cotton, wool, and linen options
  • Pattern variety
  • Super comfortable

Things we don’t like:

  • Slightly more expensive

 

Best Organic Sheets

CozyPure Organic Sheets


CozyPure Organic Cotton sheets are some of the most comfortable sheets we’ve come across in our research, and it just so happens that they have no synthetic blends in them. They come with a slight wrinkle in them, but that’s on purpose – they aren’t finished with formaldehyde chemical treatments that are typically used on other sheets to get a wrinkle-free finish. These CozyPure sheets come in a classic cream color that is soft to the touch and perfect year round for any room or bed. They come in both 300 and 400 thread counts, both of which are very comfortable. These organic cotton fabrics breath very well too, which helps if you’re a hot sleeper. If not, pair your sheets with other sleep products from CozyPure like their organic wool comforter.

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Things we like:

  • Soft to the touch
  • Breathes well
  • Classic cream color
  • Free of any synthetic blends or chemicals

Things we don’t like:

  • Slight wrinkle in them (comes with any organic sheets)

 

Best Bedding for Dorm Rooms

American Made Dorm & Home Bedding


American Made Dorm & Home Bedding is perfect for any new college student. They have over 30 different styles and patterns to choose from, and possibly the best part is they will deliver straight to your home or dorm room! Your bedding will ship within 24 to 48 hours as long as it’s in stock. If you want a duvet or comforter as well, some of those are custom made and take a couple of weeks to get to you. American Made Dorm & Home loves manufacturing in the U.S. too – “it started with a desire for high quality dorm bedding that could be delivered straight to the student’s dorm,” says Elizabeth Garfield, an employee there. “Our needs for quality and fast turn around made it clear immediately that manufacturing in the US was the only option.” When we asked what their customers love about them most, she pointed to their dedication to customer service. “We help all of our customers to ensure that they get exactly what they want and need, working with them to design the dorm of their dreams.” They have adjusted their sizes as well to fit the twin XL mattresses that you typically see in most dorm rooms, and the material is very durable (yet comfortable) to help survive the wear and tear that comes with college. Lastly, and probably most importantly, bedding from American Made Dorm & Home is very affordable. Overall, this is a wonderful option for an affordable, comfortable, and stylish bedding for your dorm.

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Things we like:

  • Reasonably priced
  • Plenty of style options
  • Fits dorm beds well
  • Quick delivery straight to your dorm

Things we don’t like:

  • Comforters and duvets take longer to ship

 

Best Traditional Bedspreads

Bates Mill Store Bedspreads


These cotton bedspreads from Bates Mill really shined for their patterns and material quality, great for a more traditional room in your home. Bates Mill has three different categories of woven bedspreads, including: matelassé bedspreads, basic woven bedspreads, and terry bedspreads (which also go by popcorn chenille or candlewick). They have standard sizes with a 21-inch drop for twin, full, queen, and king beds. If you have a California king or another unique bed size, they have custom sizing options so you can get the bedspread that fits perfectly. Another perk that stood out vs. other products – Bates Mill bedspreads are machine washable! Easy to clean and keep them looking new for a long time.

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Things we like:

  • Unique patterns and several color options
  • High quality woven material
  • Custom sizing options

Things we don’t like:

  • None

Recap: Best Bedding Made in the USA


Related: Mattresses made in the USA, pillows made in the USA


Factors We Considered

Material Quality and Thread Count

First and foremost, we looked at material quality of all the bedding options out there. Bedding is a long-term investment, and getting tears or rips in your new sheets or comforter is always super frustrating. We looked for strong stitching, high thread counts for sheets, and material strength to make sure your bedding stands up to the wear and tear of life.

Comfort

Obviously you need your bedspread and other items to be comfortable, and there are a few main factors that come into play. First, for sheets, is thread count. Thread count is the number of threads (both horizontal and vertical) per square inch, and the higher that number the softer it’s going to feel. For comforters and duvets, the type of material really makes all the difference, so we primarily looked for bedding made out of Egyptian cotton or Pima cotton.

Style and Variety

Style is super important to make sure your bedding fits with your room and home! We looked for stylish patterns for everything from traditional to contemporary. We also made sure that each of our top picks had some variety to choose from, since everyone’s taste is different.

Customer Service

Picking out bedding is not an easy process, so having a helpful staff is always a plus. Here are some of the customer service factors we looked at.

  • Delivery times
  • Appetite for custom adjustments
  • Product warranties

Value

Of course, we want to make sure that you’re getting the best bedding for your money. We eliminated several brands from consideration where we felt that their product quality did not live up to their price. You should be getting the best deal possible while not sacrificing on quality.