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Relaxed Cotton Bed Linen

Cotton takes on a new dynamic. It's the more accessible, amenable, mix-and-match cousin to our sophisticated premium French Linen.

25th November

Pre-washed for a crumpled, naturally beautiful finish.

Contemporary home style is all about enjoying real life, appreciating the imperfections, and relaxing. That's where our chilled-out cotton comes in. Don't iron it. Just tumble it back on the bed, and jump in.

Pre-washed for a crumpled, naturally beautiful finish.

Contemporary home style is all about enjoying real life, appreciating the imperfections, and relaxing. That's where our chilled-out cotton comes in. Don't iron it. Just tumble it back on the bed, and jump in.

Designed with a fashionable, functional and unisex appeal.


Midnight blue, calming grey, and lilac heather - we've selected rich, contemporary shades for this new bed linen range. Pile them together for a contrasting effect; they work well with mustard, teal, and charcoal accents. When styling, be adventurous - the versatile colours are designed to work with lots of different ideas and shades - the world's your oyster! Just like linen, this cotton has been pre-washed to create a super soft and relaxed look to the fabric. Expect a more contemporary finish with a neat 1cm border and hidden button closures. There's no bed linen easier to care for.

More Information
Product Code washed_cotton_bed_linen
Threadcount 150tc
Material 100% Cotton
Product Care

To keep your bedspread in the best condition, please keep out of direct sunlight


Machine Wash At 40°c Gentle Cycle. Do Not Bleach. Tumble Dry At Low Temperature. Iron At Low Temperature. Avoid using optical brighteners to prevent colours becoming washed out and possible staining from the bleach within them. Always use the best detergent for the product you are washing: for colour fabrics it is best to use washing gels or detergents formulated for colours and for pure whites, stick to powders. Due to the style of the fabric this looks great un-ironed. If you really must iron, do it while the sheets are still slightly damp.