Nice hotels invest a lot of money into bedding.
Because guests notice sheets, pillows, the duvet and of course the mattress. I can’t count how many times I’ve remarked “wow, these are great sheets” in hotels. Of course, it helps that the beds are usually really nice too.
Here’s the thing. You can create the hotel sleeping experience at home. I know we’re overdue for bedding upgrades. Because bedding isn’t cheap, I’m taking my time researching it. Below I set out a list of online stores that sell all kinds of bedding. This list is as much for my use as yours.
Our list of 42 Top Bedding Stores Online
2 featured bedding stores
We kick off our list with two very prominent home and garden stores that you may not be aware of having a huge selection.
Houzz Bedding: Houzz, a monster player in home and garden, is now one of the biggest home and garden online retailers seemingly overnight. Their offerings include a huge array of bedding. If you’re looking for new bedding, Houzz is a must-stop-by site to check out their offerings.
The remaining list is in alphabetical order.
1. Amazon Bedding: Amazon’s eclectic picks and price ranges are popular with homeowners and who doesn’t want to relax on freshly laundered pillowcases while watching Amazon Prime movies? Stuff sells fast, so if you see it, grab it.
2. Anthropologie: In addition to wildly successful apparel lines, Anthropologie sell stylish and high end bedding that attracts people who think out of the box and everywhere else. No pith helmets required to roam Anthropologie, but plan to spend time checking out these eclectic finds: .
3. Big Lots: Do you recognize this chain’s orange logo, but had no clue Big Lots also sells linens via a website? Big Lots is a magnet for bargain shoppers, so shop here if you’re on a shoestring budget.
4. ABC Home and Carpet: Ignore the carpets when you browse ABC because there are enough styles of linens on this shop’s menu to hold your attention! ABC carries brands you may not find elsewhere, so if you like your bedding unique.
5. All Modern: This aggregator is a one-stop shop for those starting from scratch who seek a bed, mattress and seasonal linens necessary to stock a linen closet: https://www.allmodern.com/bedding/cat/bedding-c29047.html. You’ll recognize brand names attached to these products, but there are plenty of generic linens in the mix.
6. Bed, Bath and Beyond: The name says it all and you can use the coupons you’ve received to purchase anything you need for your linen closet, including themed bed-in-a-bag sets designed just for kids, dorm rooms and even romantic boudoirs:
7. Boll & Branch: According to folks at Boll & Branch, 4,072 shoppers have reviewed their signature soft sheets (preferred, they say, by 3 U.S. presidents). You may agree, but plan to take out your plastic in return for this much luxury: .
8. Brooklinen: This cyber shop’s claim to fame is selling “insanely comfortable sheets at a price that won’t keep you up at night.” Brooklinen founders don’t believe in luxury markups or mystery manufacturers, so if you like authenticity, browse until you drop [off to sleep].
9. Brookstone: The folks at Brookstone say that you will “never get up on the wrong side of the bed again with luxury bedding” from their extensive collection. Shop by price or bedding type to save time and effort.
10. Burlington: Once upon a time, it was the Burlington Coat Factory. These days, find linens at astonishing mark-downs. If you’re eager to snap up name brand sheets, comforters, mattress pads and more, see what’s currently available here.
11. Century21: A mall fixture in certain parts of the U.S., Century21 is now a thriving online conduit for bed linens that include essentials like quilts, duvets and comforters. Plus up your order with matching sheets. Why go to the mall when you can stay home and order?
12. Company Store: Opened in simpler times back in 1911, The Company Store’s brand is its heritage, which is why you can’t go wrong browsing their quilts, blankets, throws and comforters. Peruse their flannel sheets to achieve the ultimate comfort when winter arrives.
13. Costco: Got your membership card? Get the same wholesale pricing you enjoy when you shop Costco’s brick and mortar emporiums, but without leaving the house. Costco’s sustainability commitment could turn you into a card-carrying frequent shopper.
14. Crane & Canopy: What will you find on the Crane & Canopy website? “Things that make you go ooh!” Shop a dizzying array of goodies in delicious colors and styles from the website that offers to teach you how to make a bed.
15. Domino: Are you so crunched for time, online shopping is a luxury? Relax. Domino exists. This site aggregates bedding, bringing together linens from around the globe so you don’t have to search endlessly to find what you’re looking for.
16. Dormify: Get a lesson in proper grammar before sending your scholar off to college by shopping the Dormify website where picky students find styles they adore. This business is run by moms who have “been there and done that.” Count on them to select trendy items appealing to this crowd.
17. Dwell Studio: You have probably run into this brand’s closest relatives: Wayfair, Joss & Main, All Modern and Birch Lane. Product selection isn’t as robust as Wayfair’s, but that doesn’t mean you can’t fall in love with bedding items featured exclusively on Dwell.
18. eBay: Who says you have to stop with bedding when you’re seeking to dress a bedroom? In addition to quilts, duvets, and sheets, pick out a dresser and a bed from the resource that has turned malls into dinosaurs. Tap this link to find exactly what you’re looking for.
19. H&M: Don’t let the menacing ceramic cougar scare you when you visit H&Ms bedding section. He’s not there to frighten anyone. Scroll and browse to your heart’s content, but allow lots of time as there are usually 700 home-related products on display.
20. Hayneedle: Don’t let the name of this online resource scare you; there are no needles. Find soft, luxe, colorful additions for your bedrooms. These linens are on-trend, so you don’t have to browse last year’s styles to find what you seek.
21. IKEA: Speaking Swedish isn’t required, but it helps to be a minimalist since IKEA linens mimic the brand’s iconic furnishings. IKEA focuses on sustainable textiles, so if you lose sleep worrying about the environment, shop here.
22. Joss & Main: This trendy member of the Wayfair family is a favorite of décor magazine editors because prices and styles appeal to upwardly-mobile trend setters. Shop by category and unearth the look you crave without having to liquidate your stock portfolio.
23. Kip & Company: Oh, baby! This Australian bedding hub, launched by three moms in 2012, is the place to go for offbeat kids’ linens, but adults don’t get short shrift. If you’re playful, adventurous and understand that taking life too seriously is no way to live, check out the site’s sale page for bargains.
24. Kohl’s: Discover all of the deals, styles and selection Kohl’s is known for online and forget about parking. Iconic brands proliferate, so take a virtual stroll through this collection.
25. Linenshed: If the idea of sleeping on “the softest, most refined fabric” appeals to you—100-percent pure flax linen—Linenshed bedding should top your wish list. Imagine sleeping on French linen sheets that didn’t come off an assembly line and create the cocoon you deserve.
26: Macy’s: For nostalgia buffs, the name Macy’s says it all. If you shop the stores, Macy’s website will double your delight. Load up on quality bedding options and shop cyber sales where everything old and established is new again.
27. Nordstrom: Nordstrom’s online boutique replicates an in-person spree, minus pushing a cart and worrying about dodging foot traffic. Classic Nordstrom linens include duvets, comforters, sheets and quilts you may not find elsewhere.
28. One King’s Lane: If you’re desirous of making your home your castle, One King’s Lane buyers are happy to help you find bedding treats everyone in your family like royalty. Shop by style, brand or artist. You can also choose between new and vintage linens on this site.
29. Overstock: Believe the advertising when Overstock tells you that their name is about more than just closeouts. Save money and unearth bargains while creating a bedroom look that’s worthy of a home and garden magazine spread.
30. Parachute: Duvet covers profiled on the Parachute website look so cushy, landing on them doesn’t seem like an outrageous idea! Soothing color palettes are this website’s benchmark so if your bedroom design is more sanctuary than slumber party, browse these finds.
31. PBTeen: Must you be a teen to shop for bedding on this on this website? Not really. But this Pottery Barn offshoot delivers on styling you won’t see coming and going. Give your teen’s bedroom a personality and she may take a phone break.
32. Pine Cone Hill: This resource features linens designed by Annie Selkie, so you can skip department stores and find her clever designs by going directly to her site. If the urge to curl up with a cat and read a book strikes as you browse these products, that’s no accident.
33. Pottery Barn: The Pottery Barn brand put down deep roots in Chelsea, New York in 1949, but it remains a contemporary force to be reckoned with as it continues to attract an eclectic audience. The Pottery Barn online experience remains as iconic as their distinct retail shops.
34. Rejuvenation: Bedding on the Rejuvenation website is “rooted in timeless design.” Curators scour family-owned businesses and artisans to locate quality, classic bedding that can be found only on the Rejuvenation website.
35. Snowe: Snowe founders Rachel Cohen and Andres Modak believe that shoppers who are fond of eating cereal in bed shouldn’t get short shrift on style. If this sounds like your philosophy, cruise the Snowe website to see what surprises await on their “Go to Sleep” page.
36. Spring: Find top brands and designers on the Spring website page dedicated to anyone who likes to snooze in linens that are filled with personality. Native American themes and cuddle-worthy blankets are just the beginning of the Spring story.
37. Target: Pronounce it Tar-get or Tarje, you’ll be right on target if you shop this store’s website where both proprietary brands and designer linens can be found. Sign up for promotional campaigns and you could snag the bedding you crave at rock bottom prices.
38. Urban Outfitters: When shoppers refer to merchandise displayed on the Urban Outfitters website, they use words like “cool,” “outrageous,” “distinct” and “eclectic.” How can one online retailer be all things to all shoppers? Preview their bedding options and the answer will be clear.
39. Walmart: Compile a list of online bedding sources without including Walmart? Our list would be incomplete. Choose from Walmart’s proprietary brands (e.g., Pioneering Woman; Home and Gardens), have your purchase shipped to your home or opt for in-store pickup if you’re in a hurry.
40. West Elm: This offshoot of Pottery Barn has a distinct vibe, so don’t look for styles that mimic those found on other PB websites. Not only will you find contemporary linens in a variety of textiles, but you can tap this site for free design services too.
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