Falling asleep — and staying asleep — is hard enough as it is. And when you add not-so-great bedding to the mix, that makes getting your full eight hours even more difficult.
Whether you're a hot sleeper prone to night sweats (no shame) or a sensitive soul looking for the softest fabric around, . Small differences like percale or sateen weave, 100% cotton or blended fabric, and of course price, can all affect when you should click "add to cart."
Based on the our most recent test conducted at the , the is our favorite all-around pick, but answer the questions below to get suggestions personalized just for you.
Best value: The super-soft microfiber is only $25 and has more than 32,000 five-star reviews on Amazon. It also shrank minimally in the wash and wrinkled less than most cotton sheets in our test.
- $29 for Twin Size
- $25 for Queen Size
- $29 for King Size
Splurge-worthy: Not only is the cotton in organic and Fair Trade Certified, but these linens also delivered on strength and softness.
- $200 for Twin Size
- $240 for Queen Size
- $250 for King Size
Super soft: The A blend of cotton and Outlast viscose fabric goes into the . The sateen weave also makes it feel even more silky-smooth.
- $125 for Twin Size
- $161 for Queen Size
- $179 for King Size
Cool and crisp: As opposed to sateen, percale is a grid-like weave that's light and breathable. The also sets itself apart amongst the other 100% cotton options in our test thanks to its pill- and shrink-resistant qualities. Bonus: You can buy it with or without a flat sheet.
- $229 for Twin Size
- $289 for Queen Size
- $329 for King Size
Smoother finish: Cotton blends, like in the , typically lie flatter than other options made with 100% cotton — an important quality that helps hotel sheets look so sharp!
- $217 for Queen Size
- $249 for King Size
100% cotton: still has a smooth look after laundering thanks to its wrinkle-resistant finish. The generously-sized linens can also fit bigger mattresses with room to spare.
- $192 for Twin Size
- $222 for Queen Size
- $252 for King Size
Jersey: While not part of our test, the has a four-and-a-half star rating if you're all about that cozy T-shirt feeling — and it's under $50.
- $31 for Twin Size
- $43 for Queen Size
- $50 for King Size
Linen: The French-made won out against other linen options in our Institute test. While not everyone loves the feel of this particular textile, if you know you love it, it's worth the splurge.
- $279 for Full Size
- $299 for Queen Size
- $329 for King Size
And if you want the best all-around pick ...
The won our most recent sheets test at the Good Housekeeping Institute Textile Lab. The cotton sateen fabric withstood washing and won points for its smoothness. The fitted sheet even has hidden tabs labeled "long side" and "short side" to make bed-making a snap.
We're not the only fans. At one point earlier this year, the brand had a ! Luckily they're back in stock now in tons of colors and patterns. Bonus: There's a 60-day, any-reason return policy if you don't totally fall in love.
- $129 for Twin Size
- $149 for Queen Size
- $169 for King Size