I love how you can keep your room fashionable with something as simple as changing the bedding. You can suit the season, your mood and for such a small cost. What is even more fantastic is that it is so easy to pick up bargain bedding these days. Whilst I really love buying from smaller independent companies, I am also a bargain hunter. These days I have to admit that the supermarkets are the places to go for bedding. In particular, George at Asda are brilliant at staying on trend and affordable. You can often pick up a new duvet set for around £12. Fitted sheets come in at around £5 so for less than £20 you can have a completely new set!
I thought I would share my top 5 places to buy bedding and some of my favourite picks from their current collections:
1) George at Asda
George are excellent at staying on trend, their prices are hard to beat and the quality is actually very good:
|Bedding from George at Asda|
Ikea bedding makes my palms sweaty. When I visit Ikea my heart rate increases once we reach the bedroom part of the showroom. I find it very hard not to buy bedding when I go to Ikea. Good prices, some are crazy cheap, most are average prices. The quality is astounding though:
Wilkinsons were a real surprise to me. I hardly ever go in "bargain" shops like Wilkos, I always think it's a little like a 99p shop. However, I ended up on their online shop a few months ago and was astounded at the choice. Like Asda, their bedding prices are amazing and very up to date:
I started shopping online with H&M a few years ago when I discovered just how good their children's clothes are. I love them for me and the boys. Even hubby relies on them for their underwear!! Their homewear range is growing all the time and is very stylish. Their bedding sets are fantastic and often sell out within hours (anyone who knows about their very Mini Rodini style tiger bedding set will know what I mean. I actually feel like crying when I think about missing out on that..). Prices are very good and quality is also great:
I stopped buying from Argos a while ago feeling they were very old fashioned and out of date. However, a recent Google for geometric bedding led me back to them and boy do they have a good selection! Prices range from the very cheap to the much more expensive so there's something for everyone. I'm impressed!
UGH, I love/want all of this bedding. I go crazy in the bedding section of IKEA. So many cute patterns!ReplyDelete
I know... me too!Delete
i love ikea too but i live in cornwall and our nearest is bristol :( i didnt know H&M did homewear! i spent a year looking for the right duvet- ridiculous considering its not on show to everyone, but i got mine at a small online homewear page because it has stags on it and i seem to have a thing for them at the moment! but ive had good ones from tesco and argos tooReplyDelete
Yes, but it is on show to YOU and that's what matters :-D xDelete
I love this post! I want all this bedding! I am also obsessed with bedding; hubby thinks I am mad but it's a great way to refresh a room xxReplyDelete
Finally... someone who understands!Delete
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