Where can I buy cheap bedding?

(25 Posts)
PotentialFootnerHorror Sat 13-Feb-16 09:32:16

I want to replace our bedding, it's all over 10 years old and faded.

I haven't the spends for posh stuff, or even nice if I'm honest. I just want two sets of plain bedding to look new as I've been clearing out the whole house and the bedding stops the bedrooms looking nice and fresh.

Looking for very cheap and plain.

YakTriangle Sat 13-Feb-16 09:33:31

Argos and Wilko's both do cheap ranges of 'basics' type bedding, if you're not too fussy about colours or designs.

sassytheFIRST Sat 13-Feb-16 09:33:46

Matalan, sainsburys.

WileHallion Sat 13-Feb-16 09:34:22

Asda (fantastic quality)
Tesco
Wilkos
Yorkshire Linen Co
EBay

tryingtocatchthewind Sat 13-Feb-16 09:35:03

Tk maxx has cheap good stuff or any of the supermarkets

reallybadidea Sat 13-Feb-16 09:35:16

Primark

ScrappyMalloy Sat 13-Feb-16 09:36:36

Tesco -I got a lovely aquamarine-y coloured double duvet set there yesterday, for twelve pounds.

They had lots of nice ones, and their sheets are good value too (feel like an advert grin )

bruffin Sat 13-Feb-16 09:37:25

Going to say Primark, tesco
La Redoute also do good basic bedding and there is 25% off everything at the moment

MrsJayy Sat 13-Feb-16 09:39:44

Dd has 2 double sets from poundstretchers they wash great

Lolimax Sat 13-Feb-16 09:43:09

Dunelm Mill? The Range? Wilkinsons?

MigGril Sat 13-Feb-16 09:47:15

Scrappy, Tesco, really twelve pounds, must go have a look ours are going thin. Really need some new sets but it always seems to be the bottom of the list of priorities.

TondelayaDellaVentamiglia Sat 13-Feb-16 09:50:39

Primark had some lovely stuff when I looked, most of it is poly cotton, but some was 100% cotton

Lots of it coordinates too, so you could mix and match plain or patterned for a new look.

MrsJayy Sat 13-Feb-16 09:54:35

Dd2s primark bedding is starting to go bobbily she hasnt had it long

NapoleonsNose Sat 13-Feb-16 09:56:44

I came on to suggest Dunelm as well. I bought a lovely set there last month and it seems to be really good quality. Was too expensive - £20 for a double set.

Groovee Sat 13-Feb-16 10:07:42

B&M do some good quality bedding.

BeyondBootcampsAgain Sat 13-Feb-16 10:13:00

I wouldnt recommend primark, the fitted sheets i had shrunk so they wouldnt go on the beds!!

Love the basic argos stuff though (especially the colour match range)

Sgtmajormummy Sat 13-Feb-16 10:19:38

Wilko, but only the 100% cotton stuff. False economy to buy mixed fibres IMO.

TheFairyCaravan Sat 13-Feb-16 10:25:29

I've got a couple of duvet covers from Asda that wash great. I find Primark fine too. DS1 is in the army, I got his bedding from Primark.

It's almost 2 years old now, always been washed on a 60 degree wash, hasn't got a bobble on it nor has it shrunk.

TheFairyCaravan Sat 13-Feb-16 10:30:13

Very is good for plain duvet covers. I got DS2's uni bedding from there

MrsJayy Sat 13-Feb-16 10:45:05

I wonder if primark gets their bedding as seconds because thats a few sheets ive binned and you have just been lucky thefairycaravan

Mrsmistletoe Sat 13-Feb-16 10:46:16

The best bedding iv ever had has been from primark or Asda...Matalan is awful, I bought some from there and returned it straight away.

BeyondBootcampsAgain Sat 13-Feb-16 10:56:12

Oh yes, i forgot asda. Their bedding is brilliant

Sparklycat Sat 13-Feb-16 11:01:50

The range

PotentialFootnerHorror Sat 13-Feb-16 11:48:07

Will avoid primark if it doesn't wash well. I'm not expecting 20 years use for cheap but I do wash often as baby DD likes to be sick on our bed.

Will prob use argos or matalan as we have both local. Thanks for the recommendations.

Sucks having such a small budget for stuff like this but I think it'll really improve the room and show off our hard work.

LBOCS2 Sat 13-Feb-16 11:50:22

I've never had any problems with Primark bedding but to be fair I haven't bought any that recently.

I've got Asda bedding which is lovely and soft, not bobbly at all, despite being washed and used a LOT over the past three years.

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