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Where To Find The Best Organic Cotton Sheets

Amanda Pena
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We’re always looking to live more sustainably, whether it’s finding alternatives to plastic baggies or stocking up on food storage containers that don’t contain BPA

When your head hits the sheets at night, you might not think about whether those sheets are grown organically. Organic cotton bedding is a trend that’s here to stay, not only because it’s better for you, but it’s better for the environment.

The home experts at Apartment Therapy break down the differences between traditional cotton and organic cotton, but in layman’s terms certified organic cotton has been grown, harvested, processed and manufactured without chemicals. That means it also has a lower carbon footprint than non-organic cotton.

If you’re looking to make a switch to organic cotton bedding and don’t know where to start, we’ve rounded up some of the best places to find good organic cotton sheets. 

Take a look below: 

1 Modern Living 300TC Certified Organic Sheet by WestPoint Home

(Kohls)

Get it at Jet starting at $49.99.

2 Organic Cotton Printed Sheet Set 300 Thread Count - Threshold

(Target)

Get it on-sale at Target starting at $27.99.

3 Magnolia Organics Dream Collection Sheet Set

(Amazon)

Get it on Amazon starting at $62.95.

4 300 Thread Count Organic Cotton Sheet Set by Elite Home Products

(Jet)

Get it at Jet starting at $39.

5 Boll & Branch Organic Cotton Sheet Sets

(Boll Branch)

Get them at Boll & Branch starting at $210.

6 Westport Organic Cotton Queen 4-pc Sheet Set, 500 Thread Count

(Macys)

Get it at Macy's starting at $79.99.

7 Kushies Organic Jersey Fitted Travel Crib Sheet

(Jet)

Get it at Jet for $24.50.

8 Dr. Mercola Organic Cotton Sheets

(Amazon)

Get them on Amazon starting at $55.

9 Pinzon Organic Cotton Sheet Set

(Amazon)

Get it on Amazon starting at $27.99.

10 Coyuchi Percale 220 Thread Count 100% Cotton Sheet Set

(Wayfair)

Get it at Wayfair starting at $198.

11 Organic Percale Sheet Set

(CB2)

Get it at CB2 starting at $79.95.

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