Luxury Bedding Sets For That Hotel Quality Feel

Our luxury bedding is made from responsibly sourced cotton and our favourite, 100% linen. Our bedding set collections are simple yet undeniably cosy, making them a staple for every home. From delightful white bed linen sets to light, fluffy duvet covers, our bedding will ensure you have a blissful night's sleep. 
We produce all our luxury bedding in Portugal and the UK and only work with well established producers who share our ethos for the highest quality bedding at fair and honest prices.
Read our Bed Linen Buying Guide for more info on fabrics and feels.

How to Clean Bedding

There is nothing quite like snuggling up after a long day in fresh sheets, so ensuring you’re washing your bed linen sets correctly and at least once every two weeks is key to a cosy night's sleep. 

We recommend using a gentle 40-degree cycle as higher temperatures are not as friendly for the environment and can damage the item’s yarn, ruining its natural softness.

Read more top cleaning tips in our blog on how to care for cotton bedding.

When styling your bed, you will want to consider what will suit your bedroom's overall look and feel. Consider matching your pillowcase and duvet cover sets with your curtains or even match it with an upholstered headboard. This will tie your interior together and transform your sleep space into a cosy sanctuary. 

Why not scatter stunning cushions in a different colour to add a pop of personality? Or add a bed throw for an extra level of cosiness. 

Another top tip is to include a mattress topper. This simple addition enhances the comfiness of your bed for the dreamiest sleep.

Here are our top five tips on keeping your bedding fresh until you can wash it again.

  1. Take your bedding out of the wash as soon as possible
  2. Make sure they are properly dried
  3. Store your bedding correctly
  4. Air your sheets out
  5. Invest in luxury, high-quality sheets

Discover more top tips for keeping your bedding fresher for longer in our blog.

We recommend washing your bedding every other week to keep germs at bay and your sheets smelling fresh. 

For more information, check out our blog, When Should You Change Your Bed Sheets?