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The Australian Bed Linen Labels You Need To Know

Our curated collection of Australian bed linen brands will help you have the sweetest of dreams in easy style.

I Love Linen
I Love Linen

Investing in a set of fresh bed linen is an everyday luxury we should all value and treat ourselves to. Whether you choose a quality linen that will wear beautifully with time, timeless white sheets for classic appeal or bold, patterned sheets that complement your bedroom’s overall look, getting your bed linen choice right has never been easier with the incredible variety of Australian-based bed linen labels around. Hit up any one of these sheet specialists and morning, noon and night, you’ll have a bed that is comforting, inviting and effortlessly stylish all at once.

In Bed
In Bed
In Bed

For luxury linens in elegant, timeless tones easily adaptable to any style, In Bed offers plenty of bed linen options. The beloved bedding brand uses flax linen, primarily as it’s one of the best eco-friendly textiles. It also wears beautifully, particularly after In Bed’s unique pre-washed stone-wash treatment, which gives its sheets, quilts and pillowcases a soft, comforting feel that is extremely breathable and versatile. Create your own mix of sheets from the range of seasonal and signature shades for a unique bed linen look and even better, see it in person at the company’s beautiful flagship store in Paddington, Sydney.

I Love Linen
I Love Linen
I Love Linen

‘Chief linen lover’ and founder of I Love Linen Lauren Roe wanted to emulate the luxurious hotel bed linen she came across during a trip to France with her own range of woven premium French flax linen bedding. Available in a kaleidoscopic collection of hues, the collection will transport you away to the sweetest of dreams with the two latest shades Crème and Sienna recalling whiling away Mediterranean summers in rustic coastal towns. There are also striped and gingham-patterned options to choose from, and if you have any queries, the Melbourne-based I Love Linen crew is more than happy to assist to ensure you find the best bed linen option for you.

Carlotta + Gee
Carlotta + Gee
Carlotta + Gee
What better time to have inspiration strike than on holiday? For friends Carlotta and Georgie, the namesake duo behind this Australian bedding brand, the idea for their bed linen label came on a trip to Byron Bay. Wanting to replicate that plush, breathable hotel linen feel at home? The pair has created their own 100 per cent French flax linen available in 17 different colours for timeless everyday luxury.


Castle
Castle
Castle

Bold colour, fun patterns and an exuberant dose of wit and whimsy is what sets Rachel Castle’s bed linen line apart from other bedding labels, locally and internationally. Whether you choose a heavily floral motif, sparse spots, diagonal stripes or even a block colour, Sydney-based Castle bed linen never fails to make a style statement. You can also choose from pristine cotton and patterned or plain linen, and to complete the look, there are also woollen throws, blankets and cushions to complement your sleeping zone.

Sheridan
Sheridan
Sheridan

For more than five decades, Sheridan has been the reliable bedding brand for classic, versatile and quality bed linen. The Australian brand produces the five-star hotel definition of crisp bed sheets from sumptuous 250 to next-level luxury 1200 thread count. It also offers an incredible variety of fabric options from Egyptian and organic cottons to chambray and linen to sateen, percale and silk so there’s bound to be an excellent bed linen option to suit anyone. Across the board, no matter your choice, you’re guaranteed a level of polish and elegance that’s unsurpassed.

Kip & Co
Kip & Co
Kip & Co

For all manner of checks, stripes and graphic motifs, Kip & Co has your bold bed linen dreams covered. This Melbourne-based company has been producing its distinctive brand of patterned, colourful and characterful bed sheets, quilts and other bedroom accessories since 2012, run by a pair of sisters and a best friend. The variety of designs isn’t the only range of options on offer – there’s also a wide selection of textile choice from velvet to linen, and cotton to silk.

Ettitude
Ettitude
Ettitude

Bamboo is a truly remarkable natural textile. Breathable, hypo-allergenic, sustainably produced and using much less resources than traditional materials, it’s a smart and conscious choice for your bed. But Ettitude’s bed linen backs up all of these advantages with a range that feels as good as bamboo’s light eco footprint. The silky soft signature sateen collection features 100 per cent organic bamboo produced via a non-toxic, closed loop process that saves 98 per cent of the water used in its manufacture. 

The Sheet Society
The Sheet Society
The Sheet Society

“Dreamt up” back in 2017 by Melbourne couple Hayley and Andy Worley, The Sheet Society is a go-to for a bed linen refresh with its variety of on-trend cotton and linen collections. There are some thoughtful innovations that are particularly nifty –  invisible quilt zippers, extra-wide elastic on fitted sheets, neat folded top edges on flat sheets and generous deep pillowcases. Printed or plain, versatile cotton or timeless French flax linen, the idea here is to mix and match your linen for a customised look using the site’s Bed Builder.


Nothing feels better than crawling into bed after an exhausting day and appreciate fresh sheets. Turn to these Australian bed linen labels for a variety of fitted and flat sheet and quilt options to mix and match and create the ultimate sleep sanctuary to relax and enjoy. If you want to invest or are in the market for a new wooden bed frame, check out our guide to some of the best here.