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Top 25+ bedding brands made in the USA
Sleep tight while supporting the ultimate American dream.
These top bedding brands source material from US farms and employ American craftspeople to create bedding that’s soft, luxurious and 100% homegrown.
- Not every product available on these websites is necessarily made in the USA. Some brands may only offer a small selection of American-made products. Check the product description before buying to be sure.
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List of 25+ American-made bedding brands
The brands on this list offer made-in-the-US bedding, and we’ve highlighted which products where applicable. Some offer a larger selection of American-made bedding than others. It’s a good idea to check the product page of the item you’re considering to be sure it’s made in the US.
|Brand||Made in||Products available||What to know||Where to buy?|
|Amana Woolen Mill||Amana, Iowa||Bed blankets, wool/cotton throws and stadium blankets, baby blankets||Textiles woven in the same building first used more than a century and a half ago; centuries-old methods passed down for generations||Amana Woolen Mill|
|American Blossom Linens||Georgia||Sheets, pillowcases, duvet cover sets, crib sheets||Manufactured in accordance with all USA OSHA and labor regulations; no heavy dyes, pastes or resins; organic cotton||American Blossom Linens|
|American Made Dorm and Home||North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, and Massachusetts||Comforters, duvets, shams, accent pillows, sheets, curtains||High-quality, custom-made bedding for college and boarding school students||American Made Dorm and Home|
|Authenticity 50||California||Sheet sets, duvets, duvet covers, classic pillowcases and comfort pillows||California-grown Supima cotton||Authenticity 50|
|Bates Mill Store||Maine||Bedspreads, blankets, coverlets, throws, pillow shams||Family-owned retailer located alongside the Maine Heritage Weavers factory||Bates Mill Store|
|Bella Notte Linens||San Francisco Bay Area||Vintage-inspired luxury bedding and crib items||Garment dyed to order with hand-mixed color palette||Bella Notte Linens|
|Brahms Mount||Maine||Cotton and wool throws, blankets, bath and baby blankets||Textiles are woven on antique shuttle looms by local artisans; natural fibers and colorfast, eco-friendly dyes used||Amazon|
|Brooklyn Bedding||Arizona||Pillows, sheets, blankets, mattress protectors||Sheets are woven from long-staple cotton; GOTS certified; free shipping and returns||Amazon|
|Carousel Designs||USA||Baby, toddler and kids bedding||Design-your-own service available||Amazon|
|Cozy Pure||Norfolk, Virginia||Blankets, comforters, pillows, beddings, pads and toppers||No petroleum foams or fire retardants; GOLS organic certified latex||Cozy Pure|
|DENY Designs||Colorado||Bed and bath, wall art, furniture, pillows and blankets, accessories||Pieces in Deny Art Gallery crafted by artists from around the world||Amazon|
|Faribault Woolen Mill||Minnesota||Bed blankets, throws, accessories||Tours given of nearly 150-year-old mill||Faribault Woolen Mill|
|Frankenmuth Woolen Mill||Michigan||Wool comforters, pillows, mattress topper, bedding sets||GOTS certified organic cotton muslin||Frankenmuth Woolen Mill|
|Liz and Roo Fine Baby Bedding||North Carolina and Kentucky||Baby and adult bedding, decor, baby gifts||Sewn by hand in the USA; baby bedding ships within 48 hours||Liz and Roo Fine Baby Bedding|
|Matouk||Massachusetts||Sheets, pillowcases, duvet cover sets, crib sheets||Hemming and embroidery done by hand; family-owned for three generations||Matouk|
|MATTEO||Los Angeles||Sheets, pillowcases, duvet covers, shams||Manufactured using imported materials in LA; every sheet is inspected by hand.||MATTEO|
|My Green Mattress||La Grange, Illinois||Latex pillows and toppers, mattresses, protectors||120-night mattress trial; GOTS and GOLS-certified organic factory; GOLS-certified organic dunlop latex||My Green Mattress|
|MyPillow||Minnesota||Pillows, pillowcases, mattress toppers, sheets||60-day money back on MyPillow; 10-year warranty on any workmanship or material defects||MyPillow|
|NoFeathersPlease.com||USA||Certified organic blankets, comforters, cotton sheets, mattress pads, pillows||100% organic cotton blankets, sheet sets, comforters, eco wool pillows in organic cotton sateen; free shipping on $249+||NoFeathersPlease.com|
|Pendleton Woolen Mills||Northwest US||Blankets, quilts and bedspreads, throws, women's and men's clothing and accessories||100% pure virgin wool; family-owned and operated for more than six generations||Amazon|
|Red Land Cotton||Georgia and South Carolina||Sheet sets, pillowcases, flat and fitted sheets, duvets and shams, quilts||Linens made in Georgia and South Carolina from 100% cotton grown in Alabama; custom cotton processes||Red Land Cotton|
|The Oriole Mill||North Carolina||Coverlets, bedding, throws, pillows and shams, blankets||High-quality natural fiber yarn used; no chemicals are used in weaving or finishing.||The Oriole Mill|
|Thomasville at Home||Valdosta, Georgia||Bulk bed covers, comforter sets, bedspreads, curtains, bedskirts||Handcrafted in the USA from domestic and foreign fabrics||Thomasville at Home|
|Victor Mill Bedding||South Carolina||Comforter sets, curtains, bedspreads, quilts||Luxury bedding is made one piece at a time.||Amazon|
|Wright||USA||Mattresses, sheets, duvets, throws, pillows, comforters||Designed in New York and crafted from American-sourced materials||Wright|
Top 5 bedding brands made in the USA
Red Land Cotton
Outfit your entire bed in cotton that was grown sustainably in northern Alabama’s rich red soil.
Not only is the raw material sourced on a family-owned farm, bedding from Red Land Cotton is hand-cut and sewn in the American South.
American Blossom Linens
Its organic cotton bedding is grown in Texas, spun in North Carolina, woven in South Carolina, then sewn and finished in Georgia.
American Blossom linens is so committed to American manufacturing that even its packaging — which is 100% recycled — is sourced from US-based packing partners.
Its seed-to-stitch supply chain starts with California-grown Supima cotton and ends at a Carolina textile mill.
Founded by a married couple who firmly believe that American-made products are the best in the world, Authenticity 50’s production process supports over 500 US jobs.
Totally organic bedding sewn in Norfolk, Virginia and made of cotton, buckwheat hulls, kapok and wool.
Cozy Pure was founded over 25 years ago by a woman on a mission to produce eco-friendly sleep necessities that last for decades. Its factory is solar-powered, and it prides itself on having a minimal-waste, US-based supply chain.
Each and every Wright product is designed in New York and crafted from materials grown around the nation.
After you outfit your bed in California-grown Supima, return for cashmere and wool blankets sourced from goats in Northern California. Plus, get free shipping and returns on all Wright products.
Where can I shop for American-made bedding?
The best place to shop for American-made bedding is directly with each of the brands listed on this page, since it’s rare to find these products stocked by a major US retailer. The good news is that many of these companies offer free shipping.
That said, Red Land Cotton does sell some of its goods through Amazon.
If you do decide to search for made-in-America bedding elsewhere online, be sure to read each product description carefully to confirm its origins.
How do I know if my bedding is made in the USA?
Check the label or product description to confirm whether or not your bedding was made in the USA. If you can’t find this information on the brand’s website, contact the company directly to inquire about a specific item.
Popular brands that are NOT made in the USA
You may be surprised to learn that bedding from these brands is actually produced overseas.
- Brooklinen. The brand that bills itself as the Internet’s favorite purveyor of sheets imports its bedding from Italy.
- L.L Bean. Though it boasts an Americana aesthetic, L.L. manufactures its bedding elsewhere.
- Garnet Hill. The company is named after a neighborhood in New Hampshire, but its Supima cotton sheets are imported.
- Lands’ End. You can order bedding that’s embroidered for a personal touch, though its products are manufactured outside of the US.
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