Bed linen

Looking for recommendations for places to buy quality bed linen. White company has been my go to for years but wondering what other options are out there, hopefully a bit cheaper too!
Many thanks :blush:

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Here in America , at our outlet stores, there are side street vendors who sell 1800 thread count bedding and it is honestly so comfortable. This may sound odd- but don’t sleep on Amazon either. I’m currency laying on sheets from the SHILUCHENG store on Amazon and omg.

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Heard really good things about Piglet In Bed when it comes to bed linen!

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We have recently run this feature which is full of ideas :slight_smile:

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Yes!! Second this!

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French Bedroom is amazing. They do 400 and 1000 thread count plains. Plus loads of textures and patterned designed. Our family go-to. x

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Amazing bed linen by Napp - www.napp.design - luxury, sustainable bedding company recommended by a friend - honestly the best sheets I’ve ever slept in. Incredibly soft, organic cand breathable so great for menopause as well. Small, independent company, female founder. I asked a few questions and had such a quick and friendly response. Arrived in beautiful packaging. No affiliation but doubt I’ll use anything else now.

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We agree Piglet In Bed have beautiful bed linen! You may also want to take a look at Dusk.

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I bought a few sets from Hampton & Ashley, they are the nicest I’ve had. Have a look, read what they say about their cotton.

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Secret Linen Store is a bit if a gem! Have had their bedlinens for about a year and a half, no signs of wear and tear and still feel super soft. They have a great range of colours too!

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ALL my bed linen comes from https://www.secretlinenstore.com/
Can’t rate it more highly!

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Thanks everyone for the great recommendations. I’ll be shopping this weekend!

Also take a look at Soak & Sleep. Really good bedlinen especially the linen collection

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For natural pillow it has to be Putnams, handmade in Devon too. Also I recommend their British wool duvet. Actual bedding go to is la redoute, they do amazing washed linen sets in stunning colours.

Loaf Linen is just the dream…you don’t have to iron them, they wash well, the colours are gorgeous and they’re very timeless. I was reluctant at first as their aesthetic feels quite country cottage vibe and I have a new build…but I can confirm they really add warmth and cosiness! I have a faux fur throw and silk pillowcases with mine which are in the light grey and charcoal grey, and both look both relaxed and glam at the same time!

Worth the investment I’d say for something classic…Loaf and White Company pair quite well too, I find, for that similar “50% country cottage 50% chic hotel” look x

80% of my bed linen is from Secret Linen Store - such good quality.

I also have a set from Tom & Dicks which I love.

Dusk is good for affordable options but the quality isn’t as good as SLS.

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