10 Sources for American Made Bedding

7 Sources for Bedding Made in the USA | This American HouseIf you get the suggested eight hours of sleep per night, you’re spending one third of your day in bed. If there’s any place to try to buy American, surely the bedroom is one of the most important rooms in the house. And yet finding sheets and duvets that are made in the USA can be a difficult task. I know this firsthand because I’ve been trying to buy only American-made goods for This American House.

In searching for new bedding for the house, I learned that there are a number of companies that are still producing goods stateside. Here are ten companies to help outfit a bedroom with everything from sheets and duvets to mattresses and pillows, all made in America.

  • The Company Store has been producing sheets, duvets, pillows and other bedding basics in their LaCrosse, Wisconsin factory since 1911.
  • AJ Moss has a Made in the USA section on their online shop. They offer everything from luxury sheet sets to modern duvets to old fashioned Martha Washington bedspreads.
  • Kelly Green Organic offers organic hemp and cotton sheets, pillows, mattress covers and even kids bedding and diapers, all produced in Ashland, Oregon.
  • Brahms Mount blankets and throws are made in Maine using premium cotton, linen and wool that’s woven on antique shuttle looms.
  • Celia Rachel has blankets, comforters and sheet sets – including jersey knits sheets – that are made in the company’s Mohican Mills plant in North Carolina.
  • Holy Lamb Organics creates organic cotton and wool bedding – and even some US-grown sheets! – in their factory near Olympia, Washington. They also make mattresses, pillow toppers and pillows for a completely domestic sleeping experience.
  • American Made Dorm, as their name would suggest, specializes in US produced duvets, comforters and other bedding and soft goods. Headquartered in Kentucky, the company works with suppliers and mills in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.
  • Rough Linen produces natural linen bedding that is individually hand finished. The company was a Martha Stewart American Made nominee and has been featured on Apartment Therapy, Remodlista and a host of other trendy home and design blogs.
  • Cuddledown’s comforters, pillows and feather beds are all made in the USA. Their sheets, however, are imported.
  • Linoto has been making linen sheets, duvets and other home goods in their New York City workshop since 2007.

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7 thoughts on “10 Sources for American Made Bedding

    1. Ann piper

      One of the major problems with the typical American mindset, is they want everything cheap. Hence, everything now being made in China and the horrendous suffering cows, pigs, and poultry endure all for the sake of lower prices. Our economy and our environment are dying due to this. I live on a teacher’s salary and do without cable and other amenities so that I can buy higher quality food and products. I bought strawberries from a cheaper, non-organic brand out of necessity one week. They tasted terrible and sat in the refrigerator. I was shocked that four weeks later when I looked at them they looked the exact same as the purchase date. My organic ones start to go bad, as they should, by the end of the week. I’m not criticizing. I just know that in Europe the people pay higher food prices and don’t complain. They get healthier, better tasting real food. Defining “reasonable” prices becomes tricky. Hopefully enough Americans get smart and buy better quality and the prices for sheets such as found on the websites here would come down. Best wishes.

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  1. Dianna Schwieger

    Bates Mill Store is another source for American made bedspread, blankets, quilts, duvets, throws, and more. I have several of their bedspreads, blankets, and throws…they are beautiful made and will last a lifetime when properly cared for.

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  2. Alison

    I just received an e-mail from The Company Store saying that most of their sheets are imported.

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  3. Kat Mooney

    Ask The Company Store where any specific item has been made. While their comforters are made in their WI factory, some of the organic sheets and duvet covers hail from Bangladesh as I just found out. Super bummed.

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