Bed Sheets

The foundation of a great night’s sleep? Your bed sheets. The question is, do you prefer flat sheets or fitted sheets? Take your pick from our collection of carefully made bedsheets and get ready to relax.

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  1. Light Grey French Linen Double Flat Sheet
    RRP £114.99 Save 48%
    £60.00
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  2. Chalk Pure Hemp King Size Flat Sheet
    RRP £105.00 Save 35%
    £68.00
    £68.00
  3. White 500 Thread Count Egyptian Cotton Superking F...
    £42.00
    Was £60.00 Save 30%
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How often should you change your bedsheets?

It’s best to change your bedsheets regularly. We’d recommend that you change them at least fortnightly, more often if you’re a sweaty sleeper or have been unwell. Changing and washing your bedsheets regularly helps keep them in good condition by preventing a build-up of germs in your bed and keeps you and your skin healthy. But perhaps most importantly, getting into a freshly made bed is one of life’s simple yet wonderful pleasures.

How to stop bedsheets from slipping?

Bedsheets will stay on your bed if it’s been well made. The easiest way to keep your bedsheets on your bed is to use a fitted sheet. Fitted bed sheets have elasticated edges that tuck underneath your mattress to keep them secure as you sleep. If you prefer a flat sheet, then making your bed with hospital corners will keep it secure. Not sure how to make a bed with hospital corners? Here’s how…

  1. Start at the foot of the bed and tuck the straight edge neatly between the mattress and bed base.
  2. Go to the corner of the bed and lift the draping flat sheet to the side.
  3. Tuck in the draping triangle between the mattress and the bed base.
  4. Holding the corner in place, fold the part you were holding downwards at a 45 degree angle to the edge of the bed.
  5. Repeat for all corners, and finally tuck the side in.