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Non iron luxury soft white bedding?

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mumma24 Mon 20-Feb-17 21:40:40

Decided it's time to replace the bedding and would like some good quality bedding, mainly white, that doesn't need ironing. Any good brands/shops? Thank you

Oneiroi Mon 20-Feb-17 21:45:38

This range is lovely. I think they also do similar versions in a lower thread count if you want to compare on price vs quality. It is really soft and doesn't crease much, but then again I would never iron bedding anyway! Life is too short.

https://m.johnlewis.com/john-lewis-1000-thread-count-egyptian-cotton-bedding/p/1949613

starsinyourpies Sat 04-Mar-17 08:01:17

Soak and sleep linen range, lovely rumpled look! Can often get a 20% off code.

Pinkpeanut27 Mon 06-Mar-17 11:21:21

Do not buy the john Lewis lower thread count bedding , nice though it is it is impossible to irony and if you do it looks creased again should anyone sit on it or sleep in it!,

WigglyWooWorm Mon 06-Mar-17 11:25:38

Ooh following. We've just changed to a bigger bed and want some "nice" bedding.

Does 100 per cent cotton mean it needs ironing ? And are all the ones with a high thread count therefore not good for us (we don't iron?)

Id like sheets I can just tumble dry and fold but I'd like some quality ones.

WigglyWooWorm Mon 06-Mar-17 11:27:21

Wow oneiroi I was thinking John Lewis but 210 pounds for a white duvet cover seems a bit much!

butterfly990 Mon 06-Mar-17 11:30:37

Someone posted about this company. I have no experience of them personally

bargainbeddings.co.uk/index.php?route=common/home

ElsieMc Fri 10-Mar-17 14:06:03

If you want high quality, then generally you will be looking at cotton and it does need ironing. I have found with the better quality linens that ironing them is not too bad.

Whilst M and S and John Lewis do some lovely luxury linens, what about Asda who do 300/400 thread count cotton covers. I have had three sets, two white and a new pale grey paisley one which has been admired. Their expensive sets are £25. My sil says they are so good, he wont have anything else.

Dunelm have dorma which is pricey (but half the price of the John Lewis set) and I find they don't need too much ironing.

TK Maxx also have good ones, but its a bit pot luck.

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