If you’re anything like us you probably don’t buy new sheets often enough, or you might be at the other end of the scale and buy it too often—either way, we can all appreciate a good set of fresh sheets when you jump into them after a long day’s work.
So if you’re looking for a spare set, or a whole new set to upgrade your bedroom, this list is for you. Here are the best places to kit yourself out with some new bed linen.
If you’re looking to add a splash of colour to your room, look no further than Siesta Home. Melbourne based designer Jo Lyle is behind the vibrant collection and you’ll find everything from duvets, to pillow cases, and sheets, plus much more.
Check out Siesta Home’s full range here.
If you’re looking for natural tones for a minimalist feel, then In Bed is your go-to. Featuring natural hues, and fibres to match, they’ve got everything from your sheet sets to sleepwear, napery, and more.
Check out In Bed’s full range here.
Hunting For George
With a range of bedding including their own line, along with options from Milk & Sugar, Marimekko, Kip & Co, and many more, Hunting For George has everything you’re after.
Check out Hunting For George’s full range here.
Sheets On The Line
Along with their online store, Sheets On The Line have stores in both Brisbane as well as Melbourne. They offer a wide array of bedding options in simple colours along with items for the bathroom, kitchen, and also a range of homewares.
Check out Sheets On The Line’s full range here.
Kip & Co
Ever walked past a homewares store and thought that you just have to have that bedspread in the front window? Chances are that it was Kip & Co.
With a range of bright colours and patterns, along with all the cushions, throws, and even options that’ll suit younger humans, Kip & Co’s store is guaranteed to leave your bank account a little lighter after a visit.
Check out Kip & Co’s full range here.
Castle & Things
Another who is bringing bright and colourful prints to the bedroom, Castle & Things has a range of bedding to go with cushions, throws, apparel, tea towels, as well as artwork to even throw above your bed.
Check out Castle & Things full range here.
The Sheet Society
Giving The Sheet Society a visit will keep you well stocked in Egyptian, and organic cotton sheets. To go with their collection of sheets, you can also pick up a range of quilt covers that include quilted, and velvet.
Check out The Sheet Society’s full range here.
Adairs is well-known as your one-stop shop when it comes to all things bedding. Their new summer range has some colourful prints that include everyone’s current favourite bird—the flamingo.
Of course, as well as their bed linen range you can also pick up new quilts, pillows, and everything else you need to deck out your bedroom.
Check out Adairs’ full range here.
Head to Freedom to maybe pick up a new bed (plus all the other amazing furniture they have), but don’t forget to browse through their collection of bedding.
With a great range that covers everything including quilt covers, sheets, pillows, and more, no visit to Freedom should ever end up with you leaving empty-handed.
Check out Freedom’s full range here.
At this point Kmart is basically life. We can admit to having bought basically everything in our house at Kmart, and yes, that includes bedding.
With a range of bedding that is definitely easy on the back pocket, Kmart is well worth a visit if you’re looking for a thrifty upgrade.
Check out Kmart’s full range here.
While definitely not on the same cost level at Kmart, West Elm does more than make up for it with quality of goods.
With bed linen ranging from cotton to linen, to velvet and beyond, West Elm has everything you need if you’re looking for an option that is going to last you a good while.
Check out West Elm’s full range here.
If you’re looking to spruce up the rest of your home, check out these homeware stores around Melbourne.
Image credit: Hunting For George