Duvet Cover Sets for Double Bed?

(9 Posts)
alchemist77 Thu 24-Nov-16 16:54:07

I've decided it's time for a change so am throwing out my old duvet covers, bed sheets and pillow covers and looking for some new ones, any suggestions?

Thanks

LexieLoos Thu 24-Nov-16 17:36:14

What sort of style/colour scheme are you looking for?
That aside, I've found my Matalan set have washed really well, better than others which have cost double the price

mysteriousgirl11 Thu 24-Nov-16 17:41:31

really depends on what colour/design you want. I would recommend checking out this store as they have a massive selection of bedding.

BertieBotts Thu 24-Nov-16 17:42:47

I had some from Next which were nice quality for the price.

On the other hand, Matalan's sets were terrible.

MissBattleaxe Thu 24-Nov-16 17:44:40

If your old ones are still in decent condition, ring your local Woman's Aid and see if they need bedding. I gave them loads a few Christmases ago and they said it was really handy.

JsOtherHalf Sun 27-Nov-16 21:35:47

Ikea now do duvet sets and sheets in uk sizes.

TheFlyingFauxPas Wed 30-Nov-16 11:45:20

I like Asda sets. Wash tres well 😊

LowDudgeon Wed 30-Nov-16 11:50:29

Asda's are very good quality for cheap polycotton IME - smooth & not pilly. I've had much more expensive branded ones that weren't nearly as good.

Ikea's cotton sets are lovely

ShotsFired Wed 30-Nov-16 11:50:29

I have (surprisingly) found good quality from Homebase stuff.

But in general I tend to buy cheaper duvet sets and more expensive flat sheets as I like the feel of good cotton against my skin.

I also buy single colour only as it means I can mix and match.

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