These $25 Bedsheets Have More Than 40,000 5-Star Amazon Reviews

Mellanni offers 43 different bedsheet colors and patterns.

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Sundays are for sleeping in, enjoying brunch, and changing the bedsheets (opens in new tab). There’s nothing quite like starting off the week with fresh linens, but there’s been more than one occasion when it just doesn’t feel right and causes an itchy distraction instead. But fear not: Mellanni's bedsheets  (opens in new tab)are soft, light, and breathable—and these are only a few reasons why they’re an Amazon bestseller.

Starting at $25, Mellanni offers 43 different bedsheet options (opens in new tab) ranging from solid colors to patterns for Twin to California King beds, and even Split Kings. Unlike Linenspa’s Down Alternative Comforter (opens in new tab), which is best sized up, Mellanni’s bedsheets fit true to size, securely snugging around a mattress. Following the advice of the nearly 60,000 Amazon reviewers (opens in new tab), I bought the white bedsheet set (opens in new tab)—mostly drawn in by the affordable price—and once I took it out of the packaging, I was hooked.

With more than 40,000 5-star reviews, it's clear I'm not the only one raving about them. An Amazon reviewer wrote: "I opened the package and got really excited because they felt too good, then after the first wash, they came out softer!" Another customer added: "These sheets are resistant to wrinkling, lightweight yet durable, and wash beautifully."

And whether you have strong opinions for (opens in new tab) or against top sheets (opens in new tab), Mellanni's bedsheet sets come with one—that you can beautifully layer or completely discard—along with two equally soft pillowcases, just in case you haven't gotten around to getting a silk (opens in new tab) one. Now, the toughest decision will be deciding which bedsheet set to start off with, because it surely won't be your last.

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Selena Barrientos is the associate entertainment and news editor for Good Housekeeping — she writes and reports on the latest shows and movies, in addition to spotlighting Latinx celebrities. In 2017, she graduated with a B.A. in journalism and creative writing from CUNY Hunter College. Named after the famous Tex-Mex singer, Selena is a proud first-generation Mexican-American from New York City.