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Brooklinen Review | True Sheet Disruptors

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I was given a free set of Brooklinen sheets to review. Brooklinen is the newest disruptor for bed linens. Typically you end up paying to much for quality linens or are forced to settle with cheap linens from Target or Walmart that hold up OK but don’t have the quality feel. Recently I conducted a Parachute Sheets review. They are great sheets but the Brooklinen review will prove these are really something special.

Ordering sheets is super easy and you aren’t overwhelmed with choices. The carefully curate beautiful patterns or you can go with solid colors. Shipments arrive promptly and the packaging is outstanding. Check out the neat little handle for the box.

brooklinen sheets box


As you unbox the package you will find a nice Thank You note as well as a trendy cloth tote bag that you can reuse.


brooklinen unbox


Brooklinen review


On to the sheets themselves…

I ordered a “Luxe Hardcore Bundle” of the white sateen sheets for $249.75, here’s what that bought me:

1 King size fitted sheet
1 King size flat sheet
1 King size duvet cover
2 Standard size pillow cases
2 King size pillow cases

Here’s the screen shot from Brooklinen

Brooklinen sheets cost

As a comparison it would cost me $429 to get all this from Parachute. Here’s a screenshot of my shopping bag from Parachute.

Parachute Price


I received a set of percale sheets from Parachute and those are also phenomenal sheets but they are still a bit out of my price range. I just came across Brooklinen through an article I read online about bedding industry disruptors and reached out to them.

The sateen sheets are very smooth and on par with my Frette sheets. Granted, the Frette sheets have exquisite stitching and colors and patters that scream luxury but you certainly pay a premium for that.

These sheets are 480 thread count, long staple cotton. Some people may be shocked to hear of quality sheets being only 480 thread count but thread count really has nothing to do with quality. A better indicator is that they have long staple cotton. That means that the threads can be weaved longer which means less lint in your washing machine and more durability for your sheets.

After just one wash, my sheets were soft and smooth yet still crispy giving me that luxury hotel bed feel. I can’t believe that for under $200 I was able to transform the whole look of my bedroom. Not only are you buying comfort, you’re also buying a mini bedroom upgrade.

Before you go out to the department stores to buy your next set of sheets, check out what Brooklinen has to offer first and then see if they can be beat in terms of price and quality. Chances are you’ll be coming back to them.

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              • Look amazing
              • great price


                Ben • June 16, 2015

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                1. Qi June 21, 2015 - 11:23 pm Reply

                  Price differences aside, which of the two (Parachute or Brooklinen) is the more comfortable set of sheets? If you were in need of a good night’s sleep and there were two identical beds, one with a Parachute set of sheet and the other Brooklinen, which one would you choose? I’ve been looking at both for awhile now and can’t decide which way to go.

                  • admin June 22, 2015 - 5:04 pm Reply

                    In my opinion they are both equal in comfort. Brooklinen has the advantage because it is much less expensive so therefore I would choose Brooklinen.

                2. ravneet arora July 13, 2015 - 4:26 pm Reply


                  Would you recommend this over the company stores’ Comfort Wash Solid Linen Bedding?

                  Thanks Bruv!

                  • admin July 13, 2015 - 4:34 pm Reply

                    I have never tried the Company Store linens so don’t have any context. I will have to add them to my list for review.

                3. admin July 13, 2015 - 4:32 pm Reply

                  I put the Brooklinen sheets on my 10 inch mattress and while they weren’t super tight, they didn’t look messy either. I like the fitted sheets because they are just easier to put on. It comes down to how neat you like your bed.

                4. Louisa July 20, 2015 - 6:00 pm Reply

                  How do the Brooklinen sheets compare to the Boll & Branch sheets? Price aside, would you recommend one over the other?

                  • admin July 20, 2015 - 7:32 pm Reply

                    They feel just about the same. So it really comes down to whether or not you have a preference for organic and what styles you like.

                5. Patricia Medore 201 207-1313 September 3, 2015 - 8:51 am Reply

                  Not happy with sheets. Thought they would be softer. unable to find a phone number to contact them … anywhere

                6. Kevin September 20, 2015 - 9:20 am Reply

                  I’d like to order a set of the luxe sheet but they are sold out, have you heard anything about when they might be avaliable?

                  • admin September 20, 2015 - 10:10 am Reply

                    I don’t know when they will be back in stock. The company is growing so fast it seems like they are having a hard time keeping up with demand. This is also the case with Boll & Branch. However, they are worth the wait!

                7. Don McFall October 31, 2015 - 10:52 am Reply

                  I posted this comment on the Boll and Branch review page:

                  We have a set of the luxe sheets from Brooklinen as well as a set of sheets from Boll and Branch. Both are sateen weave. To me the Brooklinen sheets feel softer and a bit more substantial. However, we have only washed both sets a couple of times so far and they will probably both improve. The difference may be up to the thread count as Brooklinen is 480 and Boll and Branch is 300.

                  Please don’t misinterpret — the Boll and Branch sheets are excellent and are organic and free trade. However, based on material and our preference we would probably buy the Brooklinen luxe set again even though they don’t sell split king sets like Boll and Branch and it cost us more to buy from Brooklinen. If you prefer lighter sheets you may prefer Boll and Branch.

                8. STEVE November 2, 2015 - 6:18 pm Reply

                  Where are these sheets made?

                  • admin November 2, 2015 - 8:56 pm Reply

                    The sheets are made in Israel just outside of Tel Aviv.

                9. Rebe February 4, 2016 - 10:18 am Reply

                  Does the Brooklinen Duvet have ties in the corners so that the insert does not slide around?

                  • admin February 8, 2016 - 12:45 pm Reply

                    Yes they do!

                10. Laura March 1, 2016 - 9:34 pm Reply













                  I don’t typically leave reviews, but Brooklinen’s sheets are so wonderful I felt the need to tell everyone. I have had the Luxe sheet set for almost a year and recently upgraded to a Brooklinen comforter too. The ties in the corners of the duvet cover make making the bed super easy.

                  The whole set makes my college dorm room bed feel like it was plucked out of a luxury hotel room. I recommend them to anyone and everyone!

                11. Byron March 28, 2016 - 12:38 pm Reply

                  I have to be honest — I am pretty shocked by the positive reviews of Brooklinen sheets. I ordered a set back when they were on kickstarter and haven’t been impressed. They are just uncomfortable, plain and simple. The best analogy I can come up with is that they feel as though you’re lying on nylon, which leads to an uncomfortable ‘static-y’ type of feeling. I recommend that people in the market for sheets save their money and not get swayed by the hip, direct-to-consumer marketing here – in the end the product falls far short of expectations.

                12. Rachel November 21, 2016 - 2:17 pm Reply

                  Would you recommend Snowe or Brooklinen?

                  • Ben November 28, 2016 - 4:50 pm Reply

                    It depends on what kind of feel you’re after. The Snowe sheets have a crisper feel to them, think of a very crisp hotel sheet. The Brooklinen are a bit softer but still have a nice smooth feel.

                13. Michael R. Jordan January 3, 2017 - 10:59 pm Reply













                  I am now on year 2 of using Brooklinen ,save a few months. I love them. I have 3 king sheet sets and mix and match of duvets and pillow cases (different colors etc…) I have received some great sheets from family and gifts through the year including fret. Some have felt better and seemed to be of great quality, but also cost 4 to 5x as much. The white sheets get really dirty with my dogs and always come clean. Love them. They feel nice and cool on my foam mattress. The only sheets I put above them when you factor in style, quality and price are the linen sheets from Parachute. More expensive, but I LOVE linen sheets, just not the prices.

                  I do have a complaint thought. I have the Navy sheet set and unlike both sets of my white sheets, the blue seem to stretch after 3 or 4 days of use. I hate loose sheets!

                14. Steve January 6, 2017 - 11:06 am Reply

                  I realize this is somewhat of an old thread, but I am wondering if there is a recommendation for those of us north of the border? I am really interested in Brooklinen sheets, and especially like the styles that are available. But once conversion and shipping is factored in we are looking at over $300 for a set of sheets. Any help would be greatly appreciated

                  • Ben January 7, 2017 - 11:36 am Reply

                    I would try SOL Organics. They can ship to Canada for a reasonable amount.

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