Parachute vs Brooklinen

Parachute vs Brooklinen vs Saatva vs Boll & Branch: Best Luxury Sheets 2019


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Looking for the best luxury sheets?

You’ve come to the right place!

Parachute, Brooklinen, Saatva and Bool & Branch are the most popular direct-to-consumer luxury sheets sold online – for good reason, as we learned.

In this buying guide, I am going to compare these luxury sheet sets in detail to help you select the right one for your budget and needs.

To learn more about each of these luxury sheet sets, read our in-depth reviews:


What’s In This Luxury Sheets Comparison?

In this buying guide, I am going to compare and contrast the best-selling luxury sheets sold online.  In it, I’ll cover pricing & purchase options, how they feel, fabrics, warranties, returns and more.

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Best Luxury Sheets Compared

Best Luxury SheetsPriceIncludesShippingReturnsWarrantySizesColoursCertification 
Parachute
Parachute
$129-$169Fitted sheet + two pillowcasesFree to all 50 states 60 daysTwin to Cal KingSand, Slate, White, Light Grey, BlueOeko-Tex certified
Brooklinen
Brooklinen
$149.00-$169.00 (Luxe Sateen)One flat sheet, one fitted sheet, and two pillowcases.FREE Amazon Prime Shipping365 daysLifetimeTwin to Cal KingWhite, Cream, Steel, Smoke, Smoke StripeOeko-Tex certified
Saatva
Saatva
$125-$215One flat sheet, one fitted sheet, and two pillowcases.Free to the United States and Canada.45 days1 yearTwin to Cal KingWhite, Ivory, GreyGOTS certified (Certified organic), Fair Trade certified
Boll and Branch
Boll and Branch
$220.00-$260.00one fitted sheet, one flat sheet, and two pillowcases.FREE Amazon Prime Shipping30 days (Amazon)see AmazonFull, Queen, King, Cal King onlyWhite, Solid Natural, Striped White, PewterGOTS Certified (certified organic), Fair Trade manufacturing

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My Top Picks for Specific Needs

If you want a soft and warm set of premium luxury sheets, then Parachute’s Sateen sheets stand out with their extra-plush feel.


If you want the most luxurious-feeling sheets regardless of price, then my top recommendation is Brooklinen’s Linen sheets. These are unmatched in softness and breathability.


If you want organic luxury sheets, then I’d buy the Saatva Lofton Organic sheets over Boll & Branch – mainly for the price.  These two sheet sets feel a lot a like.


If a breathable/cool sheet set is your top priority, then I’d buy the Percale sheets from Parachute or Brooklinen. Parachute’s Percale sheets feel slightly softer and heavier, but Brooklinen’s Percale sheets cost less.

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Fabric

All four sheets sets offer Percale and Sateen fabric options  All use single-ply long staple cotton to make their sheets soft and pliable yet highly durable.

Brooklinen stands out with additional fabric options that include Twill and Linen.

Boll & Branch and Saatva are careful to only use certified organic fabrics in their sheets.

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Parachute Sheets: Fabric

Parachute Sheets Review

Certification: Oeko-Tex certified

You’ve probably heard hype surrounding Parachute’s sheets and their acclaimed soft and buttery feel.

Well, I’m here to tell you: it’s no hype. Just make sure you buy the right fabric, though.

Parachute makes two kinds of sheets, Percale and Sateen.

Only the Sateen sheets are attracting high praise from customers. The other three companies profiled here also make Sateen sheets, but none feel as luxurious as Parachute’s. These sheets are the softest of the bunch and have a significantly heavier weight.

While the added weight adds to comfort, it comes with a downside: heat trapping. On warm nights, these sheets can get a bit too hot.

Parachute’s Percale sheets fall somewhere between soft and crisp. They have the airy feel of a freshly-ironed shirt.

They do feel a bit stiff at first, but they soften with every wash. As a bonus, they sleep significantly cooler.

So if you tend to sleep hot at night or must sleep in a warm room (72 degrees F or more), then I’d get the Percale set instead

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Brooklinen Sheets: Fabric

Parachute vs Brooklinen

Certification: Oeko Tex Certified

In addition to Percale and Sateen, Brooklinen also offers Twill and Linen sheet sets.

Brooklinen has the lowest prices of the four companies, so don’t expect the same luxury feel from their Percale and Sateen sheets.

But still, these are light years better than what you’d buy at a department store.

Brooklinen’s Sateen sheets are noticeably soft and light for Sateen. So if you don’t like the heavier weight fabric of Parachute or you sleep hot, try Brooklinen’s Sateen sheets.

Brooklinen’s Percale sheets are crispier but still feel soft and gentle on your skin. As with Parachute’s sheets, they get softer after every wash.

Brooklinen’s Twill sheets have more of a flannel-like feel. They are soft like Sateen but with a more textured surface.  They also sleep warm.

Brooklinen’s most expensive offering is their linen sheet set. If you love the soft feel of sateen, in my opinion linen feels even better. These linen sheets are soft, gentle and feel incredibly light and luxurious.

And, unlike sateen, linen doesn’t trap heat.

So if you want sateen-feel sheets that you can use during summer or in a hot climate, the Brooklinen’s Satin sheet set is a great choice.

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Boll & Branch Sheets: Fabric

Parachute vs Brooklinen

Certifications: GOTS certified (Certified organic), Fair Trade certified

One of the things I love about Boll & Branch is their commitment to ethical manufacturing.

Not only are their sheets certified organic, they also use a transparent supply chain for which they have been awarded Fair Trade certification.

My main gripe with Boll & Branch is the lack of options. Boll & Branch only sells Sateen sheets.

But their Sateen sheets are excellent!

Made with a 300-thread count, B&B’s Sateen sheets are perfectly soft

(NOTE: 500+ thread counts are really just a sales gimmick. High thread count sheets are more dense, so they can trap too much heat. They also can feel scratchy on your skin).

These Boll & Branch sheets feel soft and plush but not too weighty. The feel is right between Parachute’s buttery-heavy feel and Brooklinen’s light and airy feel.

B&B’s Sateen sheets are still not as cool as Percale sheets, but I think you’ll only notice that in warmer months if you turn your thermostat up to 72 F or higher. You’ll sleep fine during the rest of the year.

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Saatva Sheets: Fabric

Parachute vs Brooklinen

Certifications: GOTS Certified (certified organic), Fair Trade manufacturing

Saatva Lofton sheets are part of the new bedding products the company is selling under the Saatva Dreams Brand.

Saatva has taken the same eco-friendly approach they did with their popular Saatva mattress, one of our highest-rated mattresses ever.

Their Lofton sheets are certified organic and produced in Fair Trade-certified factories.

Like Boll & Branch, Saatva only sells Sateen weave sheets. They use the same 300-thread count and have the same soft-yet-airy balanced feel that makes these sheets ideal for year-round use.

Saatva Lofton sheets feel a lot like Boll & Branch’s Sateen sheets, but cost a bit less.

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Purchase Options

Some of these companies provide versatile buying options in terms of color, sizes, and fabrics.

Parachute

Parachute vs Brooklinen

Set includes: fitted sheet and two pillowcases

Parachute is the only company of the four that does not include a top sheet in their set, a bold decision considering the hot debate between those who don’t see the need for a top sheet and those who see anyone who doesn’t use one as insane.

But you can easily add a top sheet to your order when checking out.

Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, and Cal King.

Colors: Parachute provides a good variety of colors beyond the basic whites and off-whites. Some of the color options include navy, slate, and grey.

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Brooklinen

Parachute vs Brooklinen

Set includes one flat sheet, one fitted sheet, and two pillowcases.

Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, and Cal King.

Colors: Brooklinen also includes a wide variety of non-white colors in the collection including sky blue and graphite. They are the only company of the four that sells patterned sheets.

If you are looking for funky colors and patterns to jazz up your bedroom, I recommend Brooklinen.

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Saatva

Parachute vs Brooklinen

Set includes one flat sheet, one fitted sheet, and two pillowcases.

Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, and Cal King.

Colors: Saatva has the most boring color options. They play it safe with just grey, ivory and white.

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Boll & Branch

Parachute vs Brooklinen

Set includes one fitted sheet, one flat sheet, and two pillowcases.

Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, and Cal King.

Colors: Boll & Branch provides the widest variety of color option ranging from some traditional ones like white and ivory to some unique ones like striped ivory, natural, stone, and shore. They also have a few patterned options.

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Prices

If you want certified organic sheets, be ready to pay more.

Saatva and Bool & Branch are the only two truly organic sheet sets in our comparison – and they are pricey.

A Queen set of Boll & Branch costs $225.00while a similar Saatva set costs $195.

In comparison, a Queen set of Parachute’s or Brooklinen’s Sateen sheets sells for just $149. But Parachute’s set comes to $249 when you include a top sheet.

Overall, Parachute is the most expensive of all four brands if you include a top sheet in your order.

If you want an affordable organic sheet set, then buy the Saatva Lofton set.

If you want the most affordable luxury sheets and don’t care about the organic rating, then buy Brooklinen.

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Returns

Parachute offers a 60-day return period with a guarantee of free returns. You can also request an exchange with other sheets.

Brooklinen offers the most generous return period – a full year. But returns are charged a processing fee of $9.99. If you decide to keep the sheets, they provide a lifetime warranty.

Saatva offers a 45-day return period. Returns are free. If you opt to keep the sheets, the warranty runs for one year.

Boll & Branch offers a 30-day return period when you buy on Amazon.

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Parachute Sheets: Buy These If…

Parachute Sheets Review

You want the most luxurious-feeling Sateen sheet set sold online.

But these sleep a bit warm, so you might need a different sheet set for summer time – and be ready to pay up for the higher-quality feel.

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Brooklinen Sheets: Buy These If…

Parachute vs Brooklinen

You want the most affordable luxury sheets.

Brooklinen’s Sateen and Percale sets are the least expensive of the four brands – but still feel great.

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Saatva Dreams Lofton Sheets: Buy These If…

Saatva Lofton organic sheets

You want the most affordable pure organic sheet set.

We got the gray color, and it looks really nice in our new modern guest room.

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Boll and Branch Sheets: Buy These If…

Parachute vs Brooklinen

You want the best-feeling organic sheet set and are willing to pay a little more.

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