The Cutest and Comfiest Baby Crib Sheets

After baby, it's the second cutest thing that'll be in the crib.
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ByThe Bump Editors
Oct 2018
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A safe sleep environment can feel like a bare sleep environment. Bumpers, blankets, pillows and quilts are off-limits in baby’s crib. That leaves the crib sheet. If you’re torn between making a statement and making sure baby is comfortable, we have you covered. We love these crib sheets for their style, their softness and their baby-friendly materials.

Photo: Burt's Bees Baby

Burt's Bees Baby Organic Cotton Fitted Crib Sheet

The thick, soft cotton won’t lose quality or feel no matter how many times you wash it (which will probably be a lot). And the hypoallergenic, organic cotton promises not to irritate even the most sensitive of baby skin.

Buy it: $13,

Photo: Aden + Anais

Aden + Anais Classic Crib Sheet

You know those super soft, ultra breathable muslin swaddles you were probably gifted at your baby shower? Yeah, they come in crib sheet form too—and the prints are equally as cute.

Buy it: $30,

Photo: Babyletto

Babyletto Crib Sheets

While Babyletto’s lightweight, durable poplin fabric is a huge draw, it’s the colorfast ink that seals the deal. The cute patterns, like this Galaxy print, won’t fade after multiple washes.

Buy it: $19,

Photo: Little Unicorn

Little Unicorn Percale Crib Sheet

The crisp, cool percale cotton of these Little Unicorn crib sheets (which come in muslin too!) make them an easy choice. The 50+ patterns? That’s a tough one.

Buy it: $25,

Photo: BSensible

BSensible Fitted Crib Sheet

Washing soiled crib sheets is just part of the new-mom job. But the Dermofresh “second skin” on these sheets keeps liquids from seeping through and causing stains.

Buy it: $30,

Photo: Magnolia Organics

Magnolia Organics Fitted Interlock Crib Sheet

You can feel good about everything going into this crib sheet, from the 100 percent organic cotton to the eco-friendly dyes. And that thick knit feels pretty good to the touch too.

Buy it: $20,

Updated March 2018

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