These are the 9 bedroom essentials I can't sleep without − and they're all on sale

I shopped my linen closet to bring you the best bedding I've ever tested at the lowest prices you'll see this summer

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As H&G's resident sleep writer, I must have the best-stocked linen closet in my city. I've got more sheets, shams, quilts, comforters, pillows, and blankets than you can imagine, tucked away for long-term testing.

There are only a few products that I keep in regular rotation. These are the bedroom essentials that I've tried and tested for weeks, if not months, and recommended to all my readers, as well as family and friends.

I've snuggled under the best bed sheets, curled up under the best duvet inserts, and laid my head upon the best pillow, but these are my all-time favorites. They're all currently listed for less: so if you're smart about it, you could save hundreds of dollars in the bedding sales.

These are the bedroom essentials I can't sleep without

Below, you'll see selections from Sijo, Brooklinen, Tempur-Pedic, and all the best places to buy bedding. I always recommend shopping at a specialist sleep store, especially in sales season: that way, you get the deepest discounts, plus water-tight warranties to protect your purchase.

Final thoughts

You can learn more about how we test bedding in our expert guide. Here at H&G, we sample bedding for weeks, if not months, in our own homes to monitor its performance over time in a real sleep environment. Our tests vary from product to product, but we always aim to deliver data-driven results with an eye for style.

Emilia Hitching
Sleep Editor

Emilia is our resident sleep writer. She spends her days tracking down the lowest prices on the best bedding and spends her nights testing it out from the comfort of her own home – it's a dream job. Her quest to learn how to sleep better has taken her all around the world, from mattress factories in Arizona to sleep retreats in Scandinavia. Before she joined Homes & Gardens, Emilia studied English at the University of Oxford. She also worked on the other side of the aisle, writing press releases for regional newspapers and crafting copy for Sky.