Hypoallergenic for sensitive sleepers
Naturally hypoallergenic, moisture-wicking fabrics and other hypoallergenic materials help allergy sufferers enjoy more restful nights.
Breathable for those who sleep hot
Breathable fabrics and other innovative materials are designed to enhance cooling comfort.
Better for you & the planet
We pride ourselves on a supply chain that's traceable from end to end. Our fabrics are grown without the use of GMOs or pesticides and other harmful chemicals.
Responsibly sourced fabrics
We only use natural fabrics that are sourced and crafted with the highest standards of economic, social, and environmental responsibility.
Frequently asked questions
We’re glad you asked! Machine wash your bedding in cold water, with like colors, on a gentle cycle. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low and remove promptly—we’ve made our bedding slightly larger to account for natural shrinkage after first wash. Mild, organic detergents work best.
Bedding products returned within 45 days of the delivery date will get a full refund to the original form of payment. There are no restocking or penalty fees for used products, but we do ask that you wash your used bedding before returning.
When most people look to upgrade their sleep quality, one of the first things they ask is “What is the most comfortable bedding?”. Comfort can be highly subjective, but there are lots of bedding options to suit every type of sleeper.
Sheet sets come in a variety of fabrics for all budgets and comfort preferences. If you suffer from allergies, hypoallergenic sheets like our organic cotton percale sheet set or linen sheet set are great options.
If you tend to sleep hot, natural fabrics like 100% cotton or linen are far more breathable than synthetic fabrics. They’re also better at wicking away moisture if you tend to sweat throughout the night.
Another thing to note is the thread count of sheets. According to the National Sleep Foundation, the sweet spot for thread count in cotton sheets is between 200 and 400. If you tend to sleep hot, a higher thread count may not be a great choice as it tends to trap body heat. Sticking to that sweet spot for thread count is a good way to ensure your cotton sheets won't feel too warm.