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11 of our favourite Australian bedding brands

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WORDS BY CAIT EMMA BURKE

Get tucked.

As someone who’s struggled with sleep my entire life, I know how much of an impact great bedding can have. Scratchy sheets, poorly fitted pillowcases and paper-thin doonas do not a good night’s sleep make.

A few years ago I started really investing in my bedding, and now I have several favourite sets on rotation – there’s breathable bamboo, cuddly linen and organic cotton. While I still struggle with sleep from time to time, maximising how comfortable and cute my bed is has certainly helped.


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And on a superficial level, my room looks much more inviting when made up with sage green sheets and plush European pillows. If you’re in the market for some new bedding, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite local bedding brands below, so you too can get the best night’s sleep possible.

Sheet Society

 

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Sheet Society was started in 2017 by Hayley and Andy Worley, a husband and wife duo who are passionate about helping people get the best night’s sleep possible. Its bedding is of the highest quality – I feel qualified to say this, as I own a set – and there’s a handy zip at the bottom of each doona instead of the usual row of buttons. Plus, the brand uses only biodegradable natural fibres and there’s no chemical processing involved in bringing its bedding to life.

And for those who are Melbourne-based, the brand’s flagship Armadale store is equipped to bring your dream bed to life. Sheet stylists, available by appointment, can walk you through the ‘bed builder’, where you can preview different colours, sizes and textures on an interactive touch screen.

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Suku Home

 

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Australian-Indonesian label Suku Home is known and loved for its vibrantly coloured bedding. Made in small runs by local artisans in Indonesia, its doonas are sure to inject personality into even the most minimalist of spaces.

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Country Road

 

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An Australian favourite, Country Road’s effortless and laidback aesthetic is carried through to its bedding range. Think dusty pinks, soft ginghams and cozy throws.

countryroad.com.au

Bed Threads

 

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Local label Bed Threads is mad about linen – 100 per cent flax linen, to be precise. Its linen bedding keeps you warm in the winter and cool in the summer, and with each wash gets even comfier.

bedthreads.com.au

Kip&Co

 

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Founded in Melbourne in 2012, Kip&Co offers a range of bright bedding with prints and patterns galore. This is a brand for those who want to try dopamine dressing, but for their bedroom. Through its partnership with Upparel, it also offers customers the chance to arrange for their old bedding to be collected so it can be upcycled or donated to charity.

kipandco.com.au

Ettitude

 

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Melbourne brand Ettitude creates its bedding from a breathable and eco-friendly bamboo fabric that uses 500 times less water to manufacture. Plus, its sheets and doonas are incredibly soft and buttery and naturally hypoallergenic.

ettitude.com.au

Deiji Studios

 

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Based in Byron Bay, Deiji Studios creates high-quality linen bedding, as well as a range of sleepwear, loungewear and ready-to-wear. Its stonewashed french linen comes in a range of neutral colours and gets softer with each wash.

deijistudios.com

Good Studios

 

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Good Studios creates sustainable 100 per cent hemp linen bedding, and unlike most bedding brands, is made to order. The brand’s ethical ethos informs everything it does, so you can rest easy knowing your bedding isn’t harming the environment.

goodstudios.com.au

Sage and Clare

 

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Sage and Clare is for lovers of colour and texture. Its eclectic range of bedding comes in an array of fun patterns – think stars, florals and checks. It also offers more pared-back linen styles in earthy tones.

sageandclare.com

Weft

 

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Adelaide brand Weft Textiles’ range of cushions, sheets, pillowcases and duvets are made from 100 per cent organic fabrics, and are free from harsh dyes and chemicals. It also has a range of dreamy sleepwear, so you can snooze in style.

weft.com

I Love Linen

 

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As the name suggests, I Love Linen sells a dreamy range of linen bedding, all made from premium natural fibres. If you’re in need of a bedroom upgrade, try its best-selling pure french linen range.

ilovelinen.com.au

For advice on how to choose the right bedding for you, try this.

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