Sheets & Sheet Sets


Organic cotton sheets provides a number of benefits to both the consumer and the environment. They are pesticide-free, pigment-free and hypoallergenic. Organic cotton is extremely comfortable due to its ability to wick moisture away from the body and offer superb durability and convenience. If you are curious but not sold on the perks of organic sheets yet, let’s take a deeper look at each of these benefits.

Pesticide free

Organic sheets are safer for the consumer because the cotton, or another plant, is grown without the use of pesticides. 


Since organic sheets are pesticide-free, pigment-free, and bleach-free, it is not surprising that they are also hypoallergenic. The lack of chemicals during the manufacturing process means the sheets are less likely to cause a reaction in those individuals with sensitivities to certain chemicals. Organic sheets also do not contain any metals, typically found in the dyes used to add color to bedding, which is a known allergen to many consumers. As compared to conventional cotton, organic cotton has also been shown to be beneficial for asthmatics.

Temperature Control

Unlike synthetic materials, organic fibers allow for ventilation and air circulation which helps remove body moisture by absorption. Specifically, cotton fibers can absorb up to 20% of their weight before feeling damp to the touch. Thus, these fibers are able to absorb body moisture which then evaporates into the surrounding air which helps your body to stay cool and dry throughout the night.


Organic sheets are still exceptionally durable, especially organic cotton or linen sheets. This means they can withstand lots of use without showing signs of wear and tear. A good element for sheets that may be used often.

And a lot of more benefits!

Our Certified Organic Cotton fabric is GOTS certified, the gold standard for organic cotton textiles, comes from South Carolina and is unmatched in texture and quality.

Selection includes Percale, Sateen, Flannel and Damask.

Unless the colors are vegetable based dyes, even certified Organic colored sheets may have dyes that are not banned as they use the allowable amount that is considered "safe".

For this reason, we offer natural and white only.

Hydrogen peroxide is used for white.



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