Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Bedding for Every Budget

Jess Ann Kirby shares her favorite sustainable and eco-friendly bedding options for every budget.

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Eco-friendly bedding fit for a Queen (on a king, haha). This girl loves linen sheets and I don’t blame her because they’re a dream to sleep in. There’s so many sustainable and eco-friendly bedding brands popping up, seriously I had a list of about 35+ going before I narrowed it down. Ultimately the ones that ended up in this post are either brands I’ve shopped with or that I’ve heard good reviews about from multiple people. Bedding in general can be pricey (not exaggerating when I say a bedding brand with sheet sets at $1000+ reached out the other day to partner, and they weren’t even eco-friendly!). Needless to say I declined, but eco-friendly bedding doesn’t have to be crazy expensive. I do think there is something to be said for quality, and often you get what you pay for, but this list is a good mix of quality, sustainability, and price points for every budget. Here are my picks for sustainable and eco-friendly bedding for every budget.

Boll & Branch

You’ve probably heard of Boll & Branch by now, particularly if you listen to podcasts (their ads are everywhere). I got a set of their organic cotton sheets and a duvet about a year ago. The bedding is definitely great quality and has held up well against lots of washing. I’m interested in trying their linen bedding and they also now carry bath towels and a mattress.


Don’t take my word for it, just see the 14,000+ reviews of this naturally mold and mildew resistant comforter made from 100% eucalyptus fiber (lyocell) and filled with 100% recycled polyester spun from bpa-free, PET water bottles. It comes in two weights, the Breeze (for hot sleepers) and the Cloud. They also offer a “try before you buy” so you have 7 days to decide if you want to keep it or not. They make a duvet cover too.

Jess Ann Kirby opts for neutral pink sustainable bedding for a cozy summer look.

The Citizenry

Warning, browsing The Citizenry website may result in wanting EVERYTHING. This is one of my absolute favorite home decor brands. They focus on collaborating with local artisans around the world, each item is handcrafted available in limited quantities, and they are committed to providing fair wages, and happy working environments for their artisan partners. We have the stonewashed linen bed bundle and it’s so soft and luxurious. They stand up to washing incredibly well. Their organic cotton bundle is very reasonable for what you get too.


CB2 is one of my favorite home decor brands but they also happen to have some really great eco-friendly bedding and starting at very reasonable prices. Their organic percale sheets are GOTS-certified which means no pesticides, no chemicals, no preservatives, only 100% organic cotton, inks and dyes.


Dubbed the Netflix for bedding Coyuchi has a vast selection of eco-friendly options. You can purchase products or join their Coyuchi for Life membership program which starts at just $5/month for everything from bath towels to sheets. You’ll receive fresh new linens based on the membership you select and your old ones will be upcycled or recycled. They have organic linen chambray sheets, organic mattress pads, organic duvet covers and more. They also have a great selection for babies.

Jess Ann Kirby suggests shopping for sustainable, eco-friendly bedding at The Citizenry, Buffy, CB2 and West Elm.


Snowe is a one stop shop for everything from dinnerware to bedding. Their Oeko-Tex Certified linen sheets are made in Italy with a proprietary technology that relaxes the linen fibers making them extra soft. The softexture duvet cover looks incredibly cozy. I recently bought their lightweight down alternative comforter and can’t get over the quality for the price. They also have bundles which will save you up to 15% off. They also have 100% recyclable packaging.

West Elm

I can attest to the coziness of West Elm’s belgian flax linen duvet cover and sheets (along with Nora and Fuji). They are crisp and cool but soft and cozy. They also have a vast selection of organic cotton bedding that’s free of harmful pesticides and chemicals and fair trade certified. This king sheet set is on sale for under $110 and this double cloth blanket looks like the perfect light layer for your bed in the summer months.

Jess Ann Kirby uses linen bedding for an eco-friendly option for summer.

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  1. Rach wrote:

    I’ve been looking into sustainable bedding, but ahh it’s been so overwhelming. Thank you for this post! So helpful!

    6.10.19 | Reply
  2. Thanks for sharing these! So many fantastic pieces and brands to choose from!

    I hope you have a great Monday,

    6.10.19 | Reply
  3. Tiffany wrote:

    Thanks for sharing! Just curious, how are these listed? What are the budget categories for each retailer? Is it listed from least budget friendly to worst?



    6.10.19 | Reply
    • Lisa P wrote:

      @Tiffany, my thoughts exactly, I would have preferred a listing of price ranges so I could just click on what fit rather than having to investigate each site. The title here is misleading.

      8.30.19 | Reply
  4. Courteny wrote:

    I had been eyeing Coyuchi sets for half a year and when I finally committed to the USD purchase (the CAD exchange rate is terrible right now), I found out that they don’t ship outside the US. Thanks for rounding up other sustainable brands that do ship to Canada

    6.11.19 | Reply
  5. Love the subtle, gentle and romantic colors! I’m a huge fan of sustainable, eco brands and even more so if their products are so cozy and beautiful like this bedding. These beddings would look incredible with one of eco-friendly Sukhi rugs beside the bed. Sustainable + sustainable = texture and layers heaven 😀

    8.5.19 | Reply
  6. Kamille Vee wrote:

    Wow, thank you for sharing! I gotta try of those, so many bards to choose from 🙂 Do you happen to know how to keep sheets tight too?

    9.16.19 | Reply