Is there anything more cozy than new fancy sheets? I equate new sheets to the same feeling as a warm meal by the fire or a hot bubble bath on a sunday night. It just feels good. My friend Anna from Red Land Cotton reached out to me this summer about trying out some of their heirloom quality cotton bedding and of course I said yes. The more Anna and I emailed back and forth and got to know each other I absolutely fell in love with the brand. These are by far the best cotton sheets.
She, like me also is in business with her dad. The business was started in 1983 and has been owned and operated by the Yeager. They have such a unique cool story. Working in my own families business, I can appreciate the time, care and dedication to their craft. They run their farm in Alabama and all of the growing and manufacturing is done in the southern United States. Being from a family of farmers I know how hard the work is and to be able to enjoy their finished product, it’s almost like having a work of art that you can snuggle.
When the bedding arrived I was thrilled that the quality was as great as the story behind it. It had a nice heavy weight but was still breathable and soft. We enjoyed two blissful nights of sleep with our new sheets until our toddler, in typical toddler fashion puked on the duvet cover. Awesome. I removed the duvet cover and sheets and tossed them into the wash and they came out good as new. No color fade and no quality lost.
I loved my sheets so much I ended up order a spare set for situations like the above. The Redland Cotton sheets have softened a bit after washing but I still like that crisp feel of cotton.
I have the Lawrence Ticking Stripe Bundle which comes with the duvet cover, fitted sheet, flat sheet, pillow cases and two ticking stripe shams. I love the modern farmhouse feel of the ticking stripe. It reminds me of all the linens I see on my antiquing adventures. On my list next is the bath towels and their new loungewear collection! I am heading to Country Living Fair next weekend in Ohio and I just found out Red Land Cotton is going to be there selling! I can’t wait to meet them in person and see their product first hand! Right now on their site they are offering free domestic shipping .. is it too soon to be thinking about Christmas shopping? Asking for a friend.
We have now had our Redland Cotton Sheets for two years and have also purchased the towels. I truly enjoy supporting this brand and the hard workers behind it. Made in America products are becoming more and more important to me, especially when you can support the farmers behind them. We have been using only our Redland Cotton sheets and bedding and they have softened nicely over time but still retain that crisp cotton feel. When washing them move them to the dryer and have your wrinkle release setting on if you have it to keep the sheets crisp and wrinkle free. I have even washed the sheets on a hot sanitary cycle and it did nothing to diminish the quality of the sheets. Anna suggests that to keep your sheets white and bright use chemical free solutions such as sunshine, lemon, baking soda or vinegar. My towels are starting to show their wear after 2 years of daily use and I’m excited to try some of these techniques during this weekends laundry chores.
I can’t say enough good things about Redland Cotton products. I just got in two duvets for the Pentwater house and I’m looking at ordering some of their amazing cotton blankets or even a new cotton bathrobe. A girl can never have too many good cozy bathrobes.
If you are in the market for some amazing cotton sheets I would highly suggest looking into Redland Cotton. The quality is amazing and the cotton is grown and manufactured in the United States. My review is a 5 out of 5 star.
*this post is a partnership with Red Land Cotton. All thoughts and reviews are my own.