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Pillows, where to buy?

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permaquandry Wed 05-Feb-14 16:09:25

Am in need of 2 new firm pillows. Normally buy from john Lewis but normally there ££ and I don't want to spend a lot.

Tia.

gobbin Wed 05-Feb-14 21:02:32

Ikea. Wide range to suit most pockets.

Rattitude Wed 05-Feb-14 21:03:50

DAPW is good. Great quality and very reasonable prices.

neversleepagain Wed 05-Feb-14 21:12:17

I bought a Tempur pillow about 7 years ago and it still looks and feels brand new. It was pricey at 80 pounds but worth the money as I haven't spent money on pillows in close to 10 years. It has a thick cover that you can wash. It hasn't discoloured or lost it shape at all. It is also a very firm pillow.

Pillow - they are now 100 quid!

neversleepagain Wed 05-Feb-14 21:14:46

here is link

www.featherandblack.com/bedding/pillows/tempur-original-queen-medium-pillow?utm_source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=shopping&mckv=ARp70wG1_d{device&pcrid=35679267380&gclid=CPzLhfDztbwCFaQfwwodAywAAw}

unadulterateddad Wed 05-Feb-14 21:20:08

Dunelm mill do some excellent smart foam ones and I'm really fussy about my pillows apparently

Fluffycloudland77 Sat 08-Feb-14 08:42:13

Tk maxx or homesense.

permaquandry Sat 08-Feb-14 09:14:16

I got 2 for 15 quid from Waitrose! Really plump and medium soft. V pleased. Thx for all the suggestions.

LaurieFairyCake Sat 08-Feb-14 09:25:17

I've got 2 good ones from qvc - feather ones, square and firm - think it was £35 for the two.

It took me a while to get used to them as they're well packed and firm and previously I'd had the ikea ones (also nice feather ones)

DeathMetalMum Sat 08-Feb-14 09:27:20

The m&s basic/everyday value ones are quite good I bought one for dd 's first bed thinking it wouldn't be too puffy being a cheap one but is very good.

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