The Best Vegan Bedding Brands For Sweet Sleeps

We don’t just love these vegan bedding brands for being cruelty-free. Their comforters, duvets, pillows and blankets are all sustainable and ethical, too! 

By Lora O’Brien

Ah, sleep. We tend to spend our childhood begrudging it only to not get enough as an adult. And sleep is super important! It’s a sanctuary for the body and mind, a place where we can rest after a long day. But as we get older, it’s not as easy to achieve a good night’s kip.

A shocking 75% of us are experiencing poor sleep for the majority of the week. Ways to improve your sleep quality can include: reducing screen time, meditating before bedtime, and ensuring your bedroom is a dark, quiet sanctuary.

To help do that, you’ll want to get under a duvet that you know is ethical, and sleep on a pillow that you’re sure is non toxic. Above all, you’ll want to know that your bed wasn’t the cause of harm to any living creature. And that’s where vegan bedding comes in.

Image below: The Fine Bedding Company

What is vegan bedding, exactly?

When we think of veganism, food, beauty products and fashion accessories usually come to mind. But how often do we consider the bedding we sleep in every night?

Vegan bedding means it doesn’t have any animal-derived materials in any form. Mainly, loads of feathers are used for bedding, in pillows and duvets. But let’s not forget that there are also many wool and fur blankets out there, and even silk sheets!

And if you think down-filled bedding is just using feathers left over from the food industry, well, you’re wrong. Down harvesting is a whole industry within itself, and more often than not, it’s incredibly cruel. Click here to read our article about that, if you have any doubts!

When considering vegan bedding brands, you should also ensure they’re sustainable. That means they should be made of biodegradable textiles. Modern choices today include:

  • Eucalyptus
  • Organic cotton
  • Linen
  • Hemp
  • Tencel
  • Cupro

Sleeping on natural, breathable fibres also means you won’t get the night sweats as badly, since these materials keep you cool and dry in summer, and warm and cosy in winter. (And if you’re looking for some organic pyjamas to sleep in, check out our article on those, here).

So obviously, in my selection of the best vegan bedding, I’ve only included sustainable brands. These are all either using natural or recycled materials for their comforters, pillows, duvets and more.

Vegan Comforters & Duvets

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Eucalypso Dream Comforter

Have you ever wanted a bed so comfy, you really never want to leave it? Eucalypso will have you feeling like you’re floating on a big cosy marshmallow, cocooned by airy wisps of cloud. Their words, not ours! Providing you with the best non-toxic vegan bedding every night, you’ll no longer suffer in irritation from hot flushes, sensitivities or general discomfort.

Where: USA

Price: Start at $260

Best for: Modern, ecological vegan bedding for the conscious consumer

Brooklinen Down Alternative Duvet

However you best sleep at nighttime, Brooklinen has a duvet to match your needs. Each duvet is tucked within the brand’s ultra soft, 200% long staple cotton shell for added comfort.

Ideal for those on a budget, this vegan duvet is made from recycled PET fibers that have been repurposed from plastic bottles. There are lightweight options for hot sleepers, and heavier ones for those who live in freezing climates.

Price: $199

Where: USA

Best for: Those who feel good about buying products made from recycled items.

Mela Comfort Eucalyptus Silk Duvet

Does your duvet feel stiff or stuffy at night? Unlike polyester or down, the eucalyptus filling in this vegan duvet allows air to circulate, and helps to keep you cool.

This eco-friendly vegan bedding option is made from 100% eucalyptus silk harvested from regenerative forests in Austria and the Czech Republic. It requires 10x less water than cotton to grow, and is both compostable and biodegradable. And unlike down or feather duvets, it’s hypoallergenic, with eucalyptus naturally repelling dust mites and mould.

Price: £140

Where: UK

Best for: People with serious dust allergies.

Vegan Pillows

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Buffy Cloud Body Pillow

This vegan pillow a huggable, full-body comfort that will truly elevate your sleeping experience! It’s perfect for side, stomach and back sleepers. It even provides extra support for pregnant women. You can quite literally cuddle your way to better sleep!

Stuffed with marshmallow-soft recycled fluff, the shell is made from woven, earth-friendly lyocell fibre, which is far more eco-friendly than cotton. Plus, each pillow’s filling recycles approximately 73 plastic bottles. This is a great way to reduce plastic waste and help you to sleep better each night. Hurrah!

Where: USA & Canada

Price: $55

Best for: Side, stomach and back sleepers

Mela The Dual Pillow

Mela’s vegan pillows are the perfect place to rest our heads. They’re as comfortable to use as they are easy to wash, thanks to their pillow-in pillow design.

Some vegan bedding brands cut costs by stuffing their pillows with leftover scraps of polyester, but not Mela! They create brand new polyester microfibre that is Oeko-Tex certified. All of their items are free from harmful chemicals and toxins, and their unique microfibre filling is finer than a human eyelash, which means it feels like feathers.

Price: £65

Where: UK

Best for: These are osteopath-approved, making them perfect for every sleep position

Avocado Green Pillow

Avocado is one of the best organic vegan bedding brands around! Their non-toxic vegan pillows some of the healthiest on the market.

These pillows are stuffed with a customisable amount of natural GOLS certified organic latex foam ribbons and GOTS certified organic kapok tree fibre. The outer shell is an organic cotton jersey liner, encased in a GOTS certified organic cotton quilted cover. We love how the filling can be removed to customise the pillow to your personal preference.

Price: $71

Where: USA

Best for: Super clean, customisable vegan bedding that will last a lifetime

Brooklinen Down Alternative Pillows

Brooklinen’s Down Alternative Pillow is so comfy, it has won awards for being the best on the market. It’s vegan, allergy-friendly and made in the USA.

These pillows are stuffed with shaved microfibers that have been specifically made for the brand. They were created with the intent of mimicking the exact feel of down. They’re available in three different types:

  • Plush: the softest and fluffiest, perfect for stomach sleepers
  • Mid-plush: perfect balance between being soft and supportive
  • Firm: offers the most support and has a high-quality firmness, making it ideal for side sleepers.

Price: $59

Where: USA

Best for: Everyone! There is a pillow for all types of sleepers

Vegan Blankets + Linens

Mela Luxe Cotton Knit Blanket

Whether you’re relaxing on the sofa with a good book or trying to get good sleep, this knitted blanket will provide the ultimate comfort and sleep aid to all. The tight weave provides an evenly distributed weight that moulds to your body, while the cable knit looks perfect draped over your furniture.

Price: £275

Where: UK

Best for: This is one of the best vegan bedding brands for anyone wishing to improve their sleep quality

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Le Meurice Luxury Blanket

The cotton in this elegant blanket is guaranteed to be ethically sourced and sustainably grown. It’s the perfect vegan blanket for napping, sleeping, or wrapping up in to stay warm, and comes in five neutral, naturally dyed hues that match any decor: sky, ivory, camel, white and grey.

Price: Start at $102

Where: USA but delivers internationally

Best for: Sustainable luxury vegan bedding with texture. Looks great as part of your bedroom design scheme

Bearaby Cotton Napper

Not only will this buttery soft, chunky cotton throw look gorgeous draped over any living area, but it’s also perfect for ensuring you nap better. Made with naturally weighted vegan yarn, it makes you feel calmer, and helps you sleep better.

Yep, it’s true: weighted blankets have been medically proven to aid deeper sleep cycles due to the weight on your body stimulating the production of serotonin, reducing cortisol (the stress hormone) and increasing melatonin. All of which helps you to fall, and stay, asleep!

Price: Starts at $199

Where: USA, but delivers worldwide

Best for: Insomniacs, of course!

Bearaby Cotton Napper

Pacific Grove Organic Duvet Cover

When you get to the end of the day and sink into your bed, you want the duvet to almost embrace you, right? Thanks to the intricate dobby weaving of Pacific Grove’s GOTS certified organic vegan bedding,  it will do just that. Naturally-dyed organic cotton means you’re not exposing your skin to any nasty chemicals, too.

Price: $140

Where: USA

Best for: People who need hypoallergenic vegan bedding

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