17 Organic Bedding Brands for a Cozy Sleep [2024]

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It’s hard to beat the feeling of getting into a warm bed in the evening.

Ideally, you want your entire bedroom, from your curtains to your bedding, to help create a healthy sleeping environment where you can get your eight-plus hours every night.

A key part of the recipe to a great sleep is your bedding.

To help you on your search for the ideal bedding, we’ve brought together some of the very best eco-friendly and organic bedding options.

Most of these come in a range of sizes, and can suit most budgets. Naturally, you can expect to pay slightly more than you would buying them from a non-sustainable store.

Also looking for a new organic mattress? Check out our favorite eco-friendly mattresses here.

Here’s the list:

1. Pact

Sustainability: Organic cotton bedding, saving 91% less water compared to conventional cotton. Bedding is made in a fair trade factory.

At a Glance: Organic cotton duvet sets, fitted sheets and pillowcases

Ecothes Rating: 4.2/5

Price: $$

Pact is a USA-based brand on a mission to produce high quality eco-friendly bedding, reduce their carbon footprint and improve the quality of life for people working in their supply chain.

They use organic cotton, which uses 91% less water than conventional cotton. Their packaging is recyclable and you can choose to carbon offset your delivery.

Pact partner with fair trade factories, which provide safe working environments, and supports communities.

2. Coyuchi

Coyochi's organic bedding

Sustainability: GOTS certified, Fair trade ethically made. 1% for the planet company. 

At a Glance: Contemporary organic bedding, Duvet covers, Pillow cases, Sheets and Blankets

Price: $$-$$$

Coyuchi were the first to bring organic lines to the market over 30 years ago. They use organic cotton which can save up to 91% water in production and reduce carbon emissions by up to 46% compared to conventional cotton. Organic cotton is also softer and free from harmful pesticides and chemicals.

Coyuchi’s bedding is soft, crisp and comfortable. They have a range of styles, in different sustainable fabrics such as organic percale and linen.

3. Aizome

Aizome nontoxic bedding shown in a Japanese style bedroom

Sustainability: 100% Plant-based natural bedding created from natural dyes and GOTS-certified materials.

At a Glance: Nontoxic bedding, Organic duvets, natural fitted sheets, pillowcases, comforters, and pillows

Price: $$

If you’re looking for entirely organic and 100% plant-based bedding – Aizome should be top of your list. The Japanese brand is on a mission to create luxury bedding without harmful or synthetic dyes.

Aizome instead is focused on using only natural materials like GOTS-organic cotton and natural dyes formed from medicinal herbs. Thanks to the properties of the natural materials used in Aizomes nontoxic bedding, Aizome’s bedding is naturally antibacterial and will stay fresher for longer.

Sleep peacefully, knowing your bedding doesn’t contain any harmful chemicals. Oh, and their bedding is super high quality too!

4. Ethical Bedding

Ethical Bedding organic bedding

Sustainability: Certified B Corporation, which creates organic eucalyptus bedding, which uses 95% less water than conventional cotton. Ethical Bedding is made ethically and ensures all products are vegan and cruelty-free.

At a Glance: Duvet sets, fitted sheets, pillowcases, comforters, and pillows

Price: $$$

After trying Ethical Bedding’s organic Bedding, we’re converted to silky smooth Eucalyptus bedding.

We’ve tested their kingsize bed set in Wheat, and we love how breathable the fabric is and are obsessed with the silky smooth texture of the Bedding.

Ethical Bedding creates its organic Bedding from renewable Eucalyptus trees grown responsibly in biodiverse forests governed by the Forest Stewardship Council. Ethical Bedding’s sheets are hypoallergenic and suitable for those with sensitive skin, thanks to being free from any harsh chemicals or pesticides.

5. Grund

Grund eco friendly bedding

Sustainability: Organic cotton, responsibly made in Portugal. No harmful dyes used. 

At a Glance: Duvet sets, fitted sheets and pillowcases

Price: $$

Grund America are based in North Carolina, and their goal is to produce high quality linen whilst focusing on conscious consumption.

Their eco-friendly bed linen has a high quality feel for a great nights sleep. Produced from organic cotton, this ensures no harmful pesticides have been used in the process. 

6. Undercover Bedding

Undercover eco friendly bedding

Sustainability: TENCEL™ bedding, Organic cotton (GOTS certified, sustainable fabric alternatives.

At a Glance: Duvet sets, fitted sheets and pillowcases in really chic patterns and colours!

Price: $$$

Undercover are creating some of the most sought after bedding designs, made from sustainable fabric such as TENCEL™ and Organic cotton.

Their bedding is breathable, temperature balancing and super smooth and soft. 

7. Takasa

Takasa organic cotton pillow cases and bedding

Sustainability: Natural fibers, ethically handmade, bespoke bedding

At a Glance: Duvet sets, fitted sheets and pillowcases in calming colors

Price: $$$

If you’re looking specifically for hypoallergenic bedding, we recommend you take a look at Takasa.

Their bedding is handmade ethically, and their brand is climate-neutral. The brand doesn’t use harmful dyes or nasty chemicals, so you know you can have a safe and calming sleep.

8. Dip & Doze

Dip and Doze eco friendly bedding

Sustainability: 100% Organic cotton (GOTS), fair-trade certified.

At a Glance: Brand specialising in high quality organic bedding. Sheets, duvet sets, duvets and pillowcases.

Price: $$

Dip and Doze are dispelling the myth that a higher thread count means higher quality bedding.

Their organic cotton bedding is produced in a fair trade supply chain, ensuring your bedding is produced both ethically and sustainably.

They get great reviews on product quality and long lasting crispness even after washing. Their bedding sets come in a range of chic styles and colour, perfect to spruce up any bedroom.

9. Delilah Home Sustainable Living

Delilah Home sustainable hemp bedding

Sustainability: 100% Organic Hemp and 100% Organic Cotton bedding

At a Glance: Fitted sheets and pillowcases, mattress protectors and organic mattresses

Price: $$$

If you’re looking for something different, Delilah Home is a sustainable living company, producing eco-friendly bedding from hemp, as well as organic cotton.

Hemp is a renewable material, meaning their 100% organic hemp sheets are an ideal sustainable option.

Hemp is a strong material, meaning your sheets will be 50% thicker than regular sheets. It’s also breathable, naturally anti-bacterial, and hypoallergenic. 

10. Ettitude

Ettitude organic bedding brand

Sustainability: 100% Organic Bamboo bedding

At a Glance: Duvets, Comforters, Fitted sheets and pillowcases, mattress protectors, silly smooth sateen sheets. Hypoallergenic perfect for sensitive skin.

Price: $$

Ever heard of bedding made from bamboo? We hadn’t either, until we discovered Ettitude’s CleanBamboo™ fabric. They use sustainable bamboo to produce a unique CleanBamboo™ fabric which is turned into their signature sateen weave.

This process is a closed loop system which saves 98% of water, making their sheets silky smooth and seriously sustainable.

Ettitude’s bedding is hypoallergenic, and free from harmful dyes and chemicals, making it perfect for sensitive skin. 

11. Eucalypso

Eucalyptus bedding Eucalypso

Sustainability: Soft vegan bedding created from sustainably grown Eucalyptus fibers

At a Glance: Silky soft bedding in dreamy shades

Price: $$

Eucalypso is turning the sleep industry upside down with its innovative use of sustainable Eucalyptus fibers.

Designed with hot sleepers in mind, Eucalypo’s bedding is silky smooth and thermoregulating, naturally absorbing and wicking away moisture for a cool, calm sleep. Plus, Eucalypso bedding is perfect for

Eucalypso’s TENCEL ™ lyocell sheets are created ethically in Austria in a closed-loop process that recycles 99% of water and solvents used in the production process.

Eucalypso sustainable bedding

12. Plush Bedding

Plush Made in USA organic Bedding

Sustainability: Sustainable alternative fabrics, Bamboo and TENCEL™ Vegan Silk.

At a Glance: Duvets, Comforters, Fitted sheets and pillowcases, mattress protectors, Weighted Blankets. Plush also specialise in made in the USA mattresses. 

Price: $$

Plush Bedding are a USA brand who are on a mission to change how America sleeps. They use GOTS certified cotton as well as sustainable fabric alternatives such as Bamboo and TENCEL™ Vegan Silk in the production of their bedding ranges. Bamboo fabric is naturally hypoallergenic which is great for sensitive skin.

TENCEL™ is a renewable material made from broken down tree pulp; This means its is a great sustainable alternative to cotton. Their sheets come in a range of colours to suit every bedroom. 

13. Naturepedic

Naturepedic organic cotton bedding

Sustainability: 100% Certified Organic Cotton

At a Glance: Fitted sheets and pillowcases, mattress protectors and organic mattresses

Price: $$$

Naturepedic are a bedding company producing organic mattresses. They also produce high quality sheets, pillow cases using 100% Certified organic cotton. Their sheets are super soft and good quality, and we’re confident they won’t let you down. 

14. Anchal

Anchal GOTS organic bedding

Sustainability: Nonprofit organization showcasing ethical products from around the world, including bespoke organic bedding from Fair Trade suppliers.

At a Glance: Organic quilts, GOTS organic bedding, pillowcases

Price: $$$

Founded by two sisters, Anchal is a nonprofit showcasing a collection of bespoke pieces created ethically by artisans worldwide. In addition, the brand featured ethical organic bedding, including quilts, pillows, and bedspreads.

Anchal works to empower its artisans and encourages a high standard of environmental production. The brand uses sustainable materials, including GOTS organic cotton, which saves energy, and water and is grown without pesticides.

15. Fifth Origins

Fifth Origins Cotton muslin blanket

Sustainability: Cotton blanket ethically handmade in Turkey

At a Glance: Soft and reversible 100% muslin cotton throws in neutral shades

Price: $$

Fifth Origins is an eco-conscious lifestyle brand that embraces the roots of artisanal heritage and sustainable living.

The reversible muslin throw blanket is the perfect addition to any bedroom. Each muslin blanket is handwoven by artisans in handwoven in Turkey.

This blanket is made from high-quality muslin cotton from Turkey, making this throw soft, breathable, and kind to sensitive skin.

16. Bhumi

Bhumi organic bedsheets

Sustainability: All organic bedsheets made from cotton that grew without synthetic fertilisers or pesticides. All GOTS Approved dyes

At a Glance: Range of 100% organic cotton bedsheets in various styles and colors

Price: $$

Bhumi is an Australian organic bedding brand making a range of stylish but timeless bedding — including sheets, quilt covers, throws, pillow cases, and more — which we think you’ll love.

The brand uses all organic cotton and ensures no harmful pesticides or organic dyes ever come into contact with the final materials.

There is a wide range of options when it comes to patterns, so you don’t have to settle for another plain grey bedding set.

Bhumi also makes a range of sleepwear, also from organic cotton.

17. Seljak Brand


Sustainability: Circular economy brand using all recycled textiles, recycling program, brand donates to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre

At a Glance: Recycled blankets with patterns that add a unique touch to any room

Price: $$

If you’re looking for a standout piece for your bedroom, then Seljak is an amazing option. This Australian brand focuses on one thing: blankets.

Every item is made from recycled textiles, such as factory offcuts or post-consumer waste like woollen jumpers.

When your blanket’s life is nearing its end, you can post it back to Seljak for a discount on your next blanket. The brand will be spun into new yarn and the fabric won’t end up in landfill.

As well as being perfect for the bed or sofa, Seljak also makes lighter blankets that are ideal for beach days and picnics.

Looking for organic clothing? Check out our favorite organic clothing brands here!

Switching to organic bedding rather than cotton bedding can help save the environment, as organi cotton uses up to 91% less water to grow than conventional cotton. Plus, free from harmful chemicals or pesticides, organic bedding is safer for your skin, and perfect for a calm night’s sleep.

We hope you found the perfect organic bedding. If you want to keep browsing check out our other bedding recommendations for the best hemp sheets, organic comforters, sustainable mattresses and organic toppers.

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Bethany Worthington BSc (Hons) (she/her) is the Sustainable Fashion Editor and Co-founder of Ecothes. She has a passion for the environment, and a long love of all things clothing, and combines those two interests with Ecothes. In her free time she loves dancing, hiking in the countryside, and laughing with friends.

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