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Nice inexpensive plain white bedding - where??

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Squirrelfruitandnutkin Sun 26-Nov-17 21:53:53

I bought some duvet and pillow warehouse/ soak and sleep one day not that long ago. They've always been a bit crap and have now worn through! I'm done with spending £££ on bedding if it doesn't last.

Where can I get nice plain white bedding? Without spending £££

Wishfulmakeupping Sun 26-Nov-17 21:54:52

Got two lovely sets from tk Maxx had to trawl through for a while though

spudfield Sun 26-Nov-17 21:56:01

Tkmaxx have really good quality bedlinen for very reasonable prices and usually plenty of white sets and sheets.

Polarbearpaddle Sun 26-Nov-17 21:56:34

We bought this set from ASDA earlier in the year.

direct.asda.com/george/home-garden/bedding/duvet-covers/100-cotton-pintuck-duvet-set-white/002261173,default,pd.html

KMoKMo Sun 26-Nov-17 21:56:35

Sainsburys and dunelm

NapQueen Sun 26-Nov-17 21:58:21

Ikea
We have three plain white sets from there. All excelllent.

LuxuryWoman2017 Sun 26-Nov-17 21:58:40

Agree that sainsbury have lovely 400 thread count white sets. Very good quality and often with a third off.

MrsPestilence Sun 26-Nov-17 21:59:25

Wilkos shock white, 300 thread count.
Check Sainsburys also

KickingCuh Sun 26-Nov-17 22:00:45

Soak and sleep. Or anywhere that sells higher than 300tc Egyptian cotton? To maxx are great for designer bedding, I love KAS but I haven't seen them do anything plain white.

Fairylea Sun 26-Nov-17 22:00:47

Another vote for George at Asda. Absolutely amazing quality for the price.

Bluntness100 Sun 26-Nov-17 22:01:26

Amazon, they have a huge range from dirt cheap to very expensive. Mine is relatively cheap and great quality, just check it’s cotton and the thread count etc, I have all white bedding on all the beds and it’s brilliant because if one bit wears out you can just buy replacements.

AnneLovesGilbert Sun 26-Nov-17 22:03:17

Another vote for Amazon! I’ve got a set of pretty 300 count Egyptian cotton linen for my SIL for Xmas. About £20/25.

PeachyCandle Sun 26-Nov-17 22:06:07

I commented to DH the other day that our white bedding from George at Asda was now 6 years old, bought when we first moved in togther. It’s beautifully soft. DS has two sets of bedding from Asda too which are also very good.

bluesu Sun 26-Nov-17 22:13:01

Homesense!!!!

Twoevils Sun 26-Nov-17 22:20:35

Primark had some surprisingly nice white bedding when I wandered through the other day. They also do lovely quirky prints for kids that are not too banish.

Twoevils Sun 26-Nov-17 22:20:54

babyish

MsHarveySpecter Sun 26-Nov-17 22:21:16

Argos

KickingCuh Sun 26-Nov-17 22:24:12

I've got primark for my dds beds. I couldn't find anything 'grown up' enough for my bed though. They had a lot of pretty stuff that was a good price, £8 for singles, £10-£12 for doubles.
I've been washing and using ours for around 4 months now (one dd a prolific bedwetter) and they still look great.

darceybussell Sun 26-Nov-17 22:25:27

Aldi aisle of wonder!

Sciaticapain Sun 26-Nov-17 22:26:24

You can get ex hotel stuff here bargainbeddings.co.uk/index.php?route=common/home I use it at home and there’s not a mark on it. V good quality and the prices are excellent.

nightshade Sun 26-Nov-17 22:27:17

Another one for tkmaxx...got a couple of kingsize quilt covers ...with packet damage and a dirty smudge for 20 quid a cover...

Wash beautifully...being cotton theyarn need ironed however..

Bejazzled Sun 26-Nov-17 22:29:15

Costco, full set of duvet cover, fitted sheet, 4 pillow cases, beautiful 800 thread count - £90

Mishappening Sun 26-Nov-17 22:35:29

ebay.

Synecdoche Sun 26-Nov-17 22:44:57

Second IKEA!

DandelionAndBedrock Sun 26-Nov-17 22:47:20

I got a Sainsbury's set and a soak and sleep set within a fortnight of each other - Sainsbury's has lasted so much better.

I used my nectar double-up points for it to make it even better value.

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