I'm a sleep editor - here are my picks from Nate Berkus' bedding collection

Nate Berkus' bedding collection brings bed sheets, comforters, sham sets, and more, in modern but classic designs. As a lover of contemporary styles, these are my favorite buys

Nate Berkus bedding with him standing infront of bed with his bedding collection
(Image credit: Nate Berkus)

Nate Berkus is an interior designer known for his contemporary styles, neutral color palettes, and timeless looks. As someone who would describe their own interior style in exactly those terms, he's soon become one of my favorite designers. He recently launched a new Signature bedding collection for Bloomingdale's, an extension of the Nate Home Core collection, and it wasn't long before I found myself browsing the range online. 

As H&G's sleep editor, I know what I'm looking for when it comes to great bedding. Whether it's bed sheets, pillows, shams, duvets, or comforters, bedding should not only look the part but help you sleep better. In an interview with our news editor, Nate discusses the foundation of a sleep-inducing room and agrees that the right bedding does impact sleep. In his collection he's considered material quality, the type of weave, and how well it washes, to bring premium bedding that impresses in both quality and design. 

I've scrolled Amazon, Target, and Bloomingdales to get a full look at what the collection has to offer. With 100% cotton bed sheet sets and decorative waffle cushions, these are the 6 picks that made it into my basket. 

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Nate Berkus

Since Nate’s first appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show in 2002, he has become one of the world’s most recognizable interior designers. He has authored two New York Times bestselling books and stars alongside his husband, Jeremiah Brent, in HGTV's Nate & Jeremiah Home Project.

Nate Berkus bedding picks, selected by H&G's sleep editor 

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Nate Berkus standing infront of bed with his bedding collection

(Image credit: Nate Berkus)

6 Nate Berkus bedding picks

My top-rated bedding picks

If Nate's collection isn't quite doing it for you, these are the best sheets I've tested out of dozens of different sheet sets. 


How many bedding sets should you have?

Experts suggest you should have three bedding sets, and I agree. It's a good idea to have two all-season sets you can switch out and alternate between washes. They should be good quality bedding sets to last you the year, at least. Bed sheets made of bamboo or cotton are best for this as they're breathable and durable. 

I also recommend having the best cooling bed sheet set for summer. You'll be grateful for having a breezy set made of linen or cool-to-the-touch eucalyptus, keeping you sweat-free even in the midst of a heatwave. 

Having three bedding sets also allows you to change up the look of your bedroom. Different fabrics and colors evoke different styles. Since the bed is the focal point of the room, the style of bed sheets you choose can make all the difference. 

Do bedding sets come with sheets?

Bedding sets generally come with a comforter and matching pillow shams, though these may also be called quit sets. If you're wanting bed sheets too, most brands offer duvet sets that include a duvet cover, fitted sheet, flat sheet and shams. 

Larger bedding bundles can offer the combination of a bedding set and a sheet set with decorative pillows, a bed skirt and euro shams added into the mix. I've found some retailers like Bed Threads, Brooklinen and Piglet in Bed offer amazing mix and match make your own bundles where you're able to select which color and size you want to suit you and your bedroom style. These bundles are usually better value for money than buying each piece separately too. 

If the brand you're shopping from doesn't have bundles or sets on offer, you can still to buy each product separately, but it will probably cost more. 

Prioritizing aesthetics over practical qualities is one of the biggest bed sheet mistakes people can make when buying new bedding, and unfortunately, a lot of celebrity product collections can look stylish, but won't help you sleep better. Nate Berkus' bedding range features high-quality materials and timeless designs – though I wouldn't have expected any less. 

Louise Oliphant
Ecommerce Editor

Louise is your eCommerce Editor and sleep specialist to help you wind down well. A connoisseur of the mattress world, Louise previously covered sleep and wellness (as well as the occasional organizational buy) at Real Homes, and has tried, tested, and reviewed some of the buys for your bedroom. With an MA in International Journalism and PR experience, Louise brings bags of bedding expertise and enjoys nothing more than helping readers find solutions and products that best suit their sleep needs.