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Grey Bedding

Step into monochrome heaven with our range of grey bed linen. Dark and light grey tones create a subtle sense of style in your bedroom and add a lighter touch in bolder bedroom designs.

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  1. Light Grey French Linen Superking Duvet Cover
    RRP £179.99 Save 28%
    £130.00
    £130.00
  2. Light Grey French Linen Superking Size 40cm Fitted Sheet
    RRP £109.99 Save 29%
    £78.00
    £78.00
  3. Midnight Grey French Linen Superking Flat Sheet
    RRP £148.99 Save 50%
    £74.00
    £74.00
  4. Midnight Grey French Linen Superking Duvet Cover
    RRP £179.99 Save 28%
    £130.00
    £130.00
  5. Light Grey French Linen Superking Flat Sheet
    RRP £148.99 Save 50%
    £74.00
    £74.00
  6. Antique Silver Pure Mulberry Silk Superking Duvet Cover
    RRP £525.00 Save 50%
    £260.00
    £260.00
  7. Light Grey French Linen Superking Bed Set
    RRP £430.00 Save 47%
    £228.00
    £228.00
  8. Midnight Grey French Linen Superking Bed Set
    RRP £430.00 Save 47%
    £228.00
    £228.00

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Customer Reviews 

What colour sheets go with a grey bed?

If you’ve got a new grey bed, you might be wondering how best to style it. Why not go all out with grey bedlinen. Our full range of grey bedlinen can help you create a serene, contemporary bedroom that’s as stylish as it is comfortable. By using a range of different grey tones, you can create an effective layered look for extra interest. Add a grey throw, some other grey accessories such as a grey silk eyemask and you’ll have perfected the grey bedroom look.

How should I care for my grey bedlinen?

We’d recommend you launder your grey bedlinen at least once a fortnight. Use the right detergent for the fabric you are washing. As you’re washing coloured bedding, this means using liquid laundry detergent. The exception is if you’re washing grey Mulberry Silk bedding which needs a specialist silk detergent. Launder at 30˚C (it’s better for the environment and your energy bills) and then hang to dry. Outdoors is best, but carefully hanging your bedding on airing frames can help reduce the need to iron them. Whether or not you choose to iron your grey bedding is up to you. If you prefer to iron them, we’d recommend you do so while the bedding is slightly damp as this makes it easier to get a crisp, neat result.