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Considering many of spend roughly 56 hours of our week sleeping, it’s worth spending some time and effort making sure our bed setup is perfect. A big part of that is our bed linens, using fabrics that not only feel incredibly soft against our skin, but also are aesthetically pleasing, immediately helping us feel calmer.
In recent years, Australia’s had a boom in bed linen brands. From French flax linen and flannel, to washed cotton and satin, you can now find every type of bed linen you’re after from a laundry list of local brands. Ahead are just a few of our favourites.
Melbourne-based bedding and sleepwear brand Ettitude makes its sheets from new-generation bamboo fabric that uses 500 times less water to manufacture and emits 50% less carbon as compared to conventional cotton. The company is also certified climate-neutral. From now until November 23, its signature bundles are 20% off.
At Adairs stores and online, you can buy everything from outdoor furniture to Christmas decorations. But the wide selection also extends to its bed linen range. The store stocks bed linen from six different brands, with thread counts 300 to 1000 and various types of fabrics. Time your buys to its Linen Lovers event or Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales to score massive discounts.
A veteran in Australia’s bed linen industry, Ecodownunder was founded 25 years ago with a mission to create sheets that were high quality and better for the environment, all while still being affordable. Today, the company still doesn’t use synthetics, harsh chemicals or plastic packaging. Use code ‘SHEETS10’ to knock 10% off.
Though Bed Threads started with bedding, it’s since expanded into sleepwear, homewares and gifts. It’s best known for its Build Your Own Bedding Bundle sets, made from 100% flax linen which come in multiple colours including turmeric, terracotta, and oatmeal.
I Love Linen
I Love Linen began in 2012, with an aim to make bedrooms more beautiful. Since then, it’s grown in a brand selling items for sleeping, bathing, cooking and relaxing. Choose bedding from colours and designs matcha, marine blue stripe or sandalwood gingham.
Sheet Society sells its sheets, quilt covers, pillowcases and blankets online and at its Brunswick, Melbourne store. Its array of bed sheets fabrics includes recycled linen, stone-washed cotton and silk.