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The best flannel sheets overall
The best year-round flannel sheets
Why you'll love them: Stay cozy all year long with the buttery .
If "heavyweight" sounds like a little too much for you, the gives you a thinner, but still heavenly, alternative. Because they aren't quite as thick as the Pinzon sheets, you may be able to get away with them year-round — at least until the heat of summer strikes and you don't want anything resembling a sheet within 10 feet of you.
Made of 100% brushed cotton flannel with a weight of five ounces, these sheets actually improve over time, getting softer each time you wash them. They are resistant to fading, shrinking, and pilling.
The Wirecutter named these its top flannel sheet pick because they "offer the best combination of softness and durability at a really good price." The Ultrasoft Comfort Flannel Sheet Set has also earned great reviews from ConsumerSearch and Apartment Therapy.
Out of 226 reviews on the L.L. Bean website, 228 of them give these sheets 5 stars. "I use flannel sheets for most of the year and these are in a different league from others I've owned," writes one fan, "Very comfortable, and they wash nicely."
Like the Pinzon sheets, these sheets may produce a lot of lint when washed, especially the first couple of times, but the brand description says this should stop over time. The L.L. Bean flannel sheets come in eight subdued color options and four different sizes.
Pros:Soft and cozy sheets, lightweight enough to use most of the year
Cons:Might shed in the wash
The best plaid flannel sheets
Why you'll love them: are like wrapping yourself in a body-sized version of your favorite flannel button-down shirt — AKA heaven.
When I think "flannel," I think "plaid." In the fall and winter I pretty much live in two flannel button down shirts that are, naturally, plaid. Why shouldn't it be the same for the ultimate cold-weather bedding?
According to the Internet, the best plaid flannel sheets are the . Made of ultra-soft 5.4 ounce Portuguese brushed cotton, they come in three classic plaid patterns, including a red and black lumberjack print. The patterns are yarn-dyed to prevent the colors from fading over time.
Reviewers love how well these sheets retain their shape and vibrancy. Some noted that the patterns and colors may differ from what you see in the product images, but that's to be expected with online shopping. Overall, the sheets have a very high 4.8 rating on Eddie Bauer, based on 244 reviews. They've also been featured by Best Products and Apartment Therapy.
"I can't believe how warm these sheets are; it is like having another blanket," writes one Eddie Bauer reviewer. "This may be the first Michigan winter in 15 years that I won't need an electric blanket to fight the chill."
Pros:Cute plaid patterns, warm and soft, durable
Cons:Colors and patterns may differ from what's pictured online
The best affordable flannel sheets
The best luxury flannel sheets
Why you'll love them: Step up your sheet game and drift off to sleep with the luxuriously soft and smooth .
If you're ready to get your PhD in flannel, consider investing in a set from the . These sheets are pricey, but they are also next-level in terms of coziness and longevity. Consider this the cashmere sweater of your bedding wardrobe.
Made of 100% Supima cotton, which L.L. Bean claims is "is 50% stronger than other cotton varieties," with a weight of six ounces per square yard, this is going to be your heaviest and softest option. The Wirecutter called them "softer and plusher than our main pick" (the L.L. Bean Ultrasoft sheets that we also named our top choice), so the main drawback here is really going to be the price.
But when you're ready to upgrade, these are your best bet. They have a 4.8 rating on L.L. Bean with 55 5-star reviews andzero1-star reviews. "I've only had these sheets for a short time (2 washings) but I entirely love them," writes one fan on the L.L. Bean website. "Ultra soft. A bit thinner fabric than the other, less expensive, flannel sheets from Bean I'm used to and more supple." Another fan compared them to "sleeping on a cloud." Where do we sign up?
Pros:Super soft Supima cotton material, stronger and heavier than other flannel sheets
Cons:Very pricey, no twin sized option
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The best mattresses you can buy
A great mattress can be the difference between a good night's sleep that results in a productive day or a horrible night that makes you feel like you didn't sleep at all.
Here are our top picks for the best mattress you can buy
- Best overall: and
- Best for hot sleepers:
- Best for neutral firmness: or the
- Best customizable mattress:
- Best affordable mattress:
- Best smart mattress:
- Best soft mattress with good support:
The best mattress toppers
Although a mattress topper isn't a must-have for your bed, it's one of the easiest ways to up your sleep quality and comfort.
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