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The White Company Bedding

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DXBMermaid Mon 02-May-16 08:07:10

Have been lusting after a new bed set. Is it really worth spending the extra cash on a high thread count set from The White Company or should I just settle for a normal cotton set from Debbenhams or John Lewis?

I just have this romantic vision of sliding in between the whitest, crispest, coolest sheets.

RNBrie Mon 02-May-16 08:10:54

They are really nice sheets... Wait for a sale or good discount period though!!

GoblinLittleOwl Mon 02-May-16 08:14:09

They are worth it, really, particularly on humid sticky nights. But you do have to iron them; again, you really appreciate the difference.

DXBMermaid Mon 02-May-16 08:16:07

Thanks for the comments. I will keep a lookout for the sales!

Wagglebees Wed 04-May-16 03:10:01

I love mine but had problems with an order recently where all the items arrived marked. (4 pillowcases, a flat sheet, a fitted sheet and a duvet cover). Then had to pay for them to be returned and print my own returns address label. Then explain why I'd returned them and why I didn't want an exchange instead of a refund. Big faff basically. I've bought a lot from them but I'd recommend ordering from Selfridges if you can rather than directly.

They are beautiful sheets though. Really soft and smooth, drape beautifully. Like a bed in a really good hotel. smile

Wagglebees Wed 04-May-16 03:10:39

Explain on the phone I mean. They rang me up.

bulldogmum Wed 04-May-16 03:26:07

They're lovely! Sign up for their catalogue to be sent to you and it always comes with a % off card, usually between 15-25%. Then wait for a sale! Makes it worth it.

elladaly Tue 10-May-16 13:29:55

I'd suggest getting high thread count products - they last longer & feel better than low thread count product.
In terms of price i'd look on - so much cheaper & way better products. It's basically where hotels get their supplies from

Fingersmithismyfavourite Tue 10-May-16 13:45:07

Can anyone purchase from hilton? To get premium range for one bed it is quoting be about £50 which is a quarter of the price of white company

elladaly Tue 10-May-16 13:56:34

Yes anyone can, plus 10% off if you sign up which works out a bargain!

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