Endy is best known for their 100% Canadian-made online mattress shop, but their 480-thread sateen cotton weave sheets are just as comfy. (FYI: They're available only in white, so no spray tanning before bed!) Bonus: the brand offers a 60-night trial.
Sateen cotton sheet set, Endy (from $120).
Quebec-based Maison Tess's sheets are so pretty (think blush pinks and warm olive green) you won't want to make your bed ever again. Bonus: they come in two fabrics — made-in-Europe percale cotton and pre-wrinkled French Flax linen. Bet you can't just pick one.
Percale cotton sheet set, Maison Tess (from $425).
Casper, the Internet's other favourite online-only mattress, has also come out with their own line of bedding sets. Made with California-grown Supima cotton, the sheets are ultra durable without sacrificing any softness. There are six colour options, including a calming blue and a sleek slate. Casper has also taken away some of the annoyances that come with making your bed: elastic grips and hidden securing snaps ensure the sheets stay in place even through the most restless nights of sleep.
Supima cotton sheet set, Casper (from $140).
Husband-wife duo Rich and Vicki Fulop launched Brooklinen in 2014 with the goal of creating affordable but beautiful home essentials. Enter the Brooklyn-based brand's gorgeous collection of sheets — available in percale and sateen cotton, twill, and linen — and in so many patterns and colours you'll think you're in Cher Horowitz's closet.
Sateen cotton sheet set, Brooklinen (from $159)
Parachute founder Ariel Kaye was inspired to launch the brand after sleeping in the most comfortable bedding while travelling in Italy. All of Parachute's bedding sets are made in a family-owned factory in Portugal, are available in three types of fabric (two luxury cottons or linen) and aren't treated with any chemical softeners. You can also mix and match individual bedding items.