When shopping for sheets, you should really only have one criterion: softness. To ensure your bed feels as cozy as a teddy bear, we suggest shopping for sheets that are made of percale cotton, flannel, or stonewashed linen. These three materials have proven to be the softest on the market. Don’t believe us? Guess you’ll just have to crawl into bed to find out.
Garnet Hill Paintbrush Ticking Flannel Bedding ($28)
As the weather starts to turn, it’s time to spread out the flannel sheets. This pure cotton, ticking-striped set is made in Portugal, and is brushed on both sides for serious softness.
Restoration Hardware Stonewashed Belgian Linen Tipped Duvet Cover ($125)
When natural linen is washed with stones (a.k.a. stonewashed), its natural softness is enhanced. This contrast-tipped set will feel as soft as the set you inherited from Grandma, even on the first night.
Pottery Barn PB Classic 400-Thread-Count Sheet Set ($28)
After you pick out your monogram, you’ll sleep like an angel on these cotton percale sheets. Plus, you’ll never have to worry about ironing as they are treated with an easy-care finish.
What sheets do you think are softest? Let us know below.