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Snuggle up in stylish bed linen

31 December 2012 No Comment

With all of the fun and indulgence of Christmas now a fond memory, January’s short days and cold nights call for some serious hibernation practices. What better time to invest in a new bed from the new year sales and snuggle up in style beneath stunning vintage-inspired linen. So where to shop for those stand-out sheets?

Orla Kiely

Department stores such as John Lewis and House of Fraser stock a range of Orla Kiely’s mid-century inspired designs, from her trademark stem print to retro flowers. Will work well with warm woods.

Orla Kiely bed linen at John Lewis


The budget Scandinavian homewares giant comes up trumps with pretty florals and granddad-inspired paisley prints – match with your favourite pyjamas.

Ikea vintage-inspired bed linen


Inspired by original 1950s Horrockses dress prints, designed by the likes of Pat Albeck and John Tullis, these cotton bedspreads bring the beauty of nature indoors. Pair with plush headboards for true girly glamour.

Horrockes vintage-inspired bed linen


Home to some top textile designers, Heal’s boasts bed linen inspired by its rich heritage. We love the aqua range inspired by Lucienne Day’s Sunrise design and Snurk’s granny chic crochet print set.

Heal's vintage-inspired bed linen

Cath Kidston

Queen of kitsch, Cath Kidston’s range of classic florals will make any home feel like a cosy country cottage. White wood, fresh flowers and flea market finds will complete the look.

Cath Kidston vintage-inspired bed linen

This is a promotional post, sponsored by www.bedstar.co.uk, who are currently offering up to 70% off beds and mattresses.

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