Natural Colour Bedding

Sleep soundly in our range of natural bed linen. It’s breathable, comfortable and wonderfully durable, providing excellent value for money in the long term. Explore our range of natural bed linen and natural bed sheets – from luxurious Mulberry Silk and Egyptian Cotton through to our easycare cotton and Tencel blend range. Looking for more? We sell natural fill duvets and natural pillows too.

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  1. Natural French Linen Standard Oxford Pillowcase Pair
    RRP £49.98 Save 34%
    £33.00
    £33.00
  2. Chalk Pure Hemp King Size Duvet Cover
    RRP £169.00 Save 29%
    £120.00
    £120.00
  3. Ivory 600 Thread Count Egyptian Cotton Double Bed Set
    RRP £173.85 Save 4%
    £166.50
    £166.50
  4. Chalk Pure Hemp Superking Oxford Pillowcase Pair
    £27.00
    Was £36.00 Save 25%
    £27.00
  5. Chalk Pure Hemp Superking Bed Set
    RRP £385.28 Save 42%
    £225.00
    £225.00
  6. Natural French Linen Superking 30cm Fitted Sheet
    RRP £149.99 Save 51%
    £74.00
    £74.00
  7. Chalk Pure Hemp Single Bed Set
    RRP £316.88 Save 49%
    £161.50
    £161.50
  8. Natural French Linen King Size Flat Sheet
    RRP £118.99 Save 43%
    £68.00
    £68.00
  9. Chalk Pure Hemp Double 30cm Fitted Sheet
    £45.00
    Was £60.00 Save 25%
    £45.00
  10. Natural French Linen Double Flat Sheet
    RRP £114.99 Save 48%
    £60.00
    £60.00
  11. Chalk Pure Hemp King Size Flat Sheet
    £51.00
    Was £68.00 Save 25%
    £51.00
  12. Natural French Linen Superking Oxford Pillowcase Pair
    RRP £59.98 Save 40%
    £36.00
    £36.00

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Customer Reviews

What are bed sheets made of?

All Soak&Sleep bed sheets are made with natural fibres. These include cotton, French Linen, hemp, and silk. Find out more about the fabrics we use to make our bed linen in our bed linen buying guide

Is microfibre a good material for bed sheets?

Microfibre is a very soft fabric made with polyester. This softness feels lovely against the skin as you’re nodding off to sleep. However, because microfibre is a synthetic fabric, it ‘traps’ your body heat while you’re sleeping and doesn’t allow the moisture from your body to evaporate into the air around you. In most cases, this means you will find yourself getting a little sweaty at night which you might find uncomfortable.