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Where to buy affordable but nice bed linen?

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EasterHoliday Mon 08-Apr-13 12:33:56

if you google hotel linen supplies, you can get very high threadcount egyptian cotton at really cheap rates however you'll need to appreciate a very plain style, probably in white.

Rattitude Mon 08-Apr-13 12:33:26

For example, on DAPW, this double 600 thread count flat sheet is £30.80 before the 20% discount.

Alwayscheerful Mon 08-Apr-13 12:33:16

Designers guild - preferably on line in the sale or from tk max.

Rattitude Mon 08-Apr-13 12:28:19

You may want to check Duvet and Pillow Warehouse. They are very good, and their prices are reasonable.

There is 20% discount offer on everything at the moment.

Grockle Sun 07-Apr-13 22:32:36

Dunelm mill has loads on their website, thank you. It's not as expensive as John Lewis & they have loads to choose from. Thank you smile

Clary Sun 07-Apr-13 22:15:04

I got some lovely 400 thread count sheets by Dorma from Dunelm, not sure if you can do it online. The double sheet was £25 or so in the sale. Not sure if that counts as affordable!

WildThong Sun 07-Apr-13 22:12:50

I think sometimes its seconds or end of line, you can be lucky but I've been disappointed.

Grockle Sun 07-Apr-13 22:10:23

Thanks. When I;ve bought from TK MAxx in the past, the linen has been wonky or not cut properly. That was in the US though so maybe it's better here?

fossil971 Sun 07-Apr-13 22:06:32

Just Linen? Agree TK Maxx if you can get to a shop though.

greenfern Sun 07-Apr-13 22:05:39

Try TK maxx they have nice bedding. Unfortunately It can be a hit or a miss but worth a try.

Selks Sun 07-Apr-13 22:05:27


WildThong Sun 07-Apr-13 22:04:56

grockle I can recommend Tesco Direct, they have a good selection from £ to £££. There is £10 off when you spend £50 at the moment as well.

Grockle Sun 07-Apr-13 22:00:23

I need some new sheets. I'll only have 100% cotton ones, preferably with a high thread count. Where can I buy them online? Have looked at M&S & Debenhams. Any other suggestions?

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