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White Sales

Did you spend all your money on Christmas presents? Did you save for the White Sales?  One of the best things about Christmas is the White Sales after, a time for new sheets, new pillows, new duvets and blankets.

A look at a few of the best suppliers of beautiful bed linen:


The White Company with their elegant colours and simple style always has a great selection.


Laura Ashley has a lovely selection of duvets, sheets all co-ordinated with style.

For a splash of colour, patterns and textures, Designer’s Guild have an array of very pretty cushions and throws.

For the essentials, the feather pillows, the goose down duvets, the basic cotton sheets and my favorite, a mattress topper, John Lewis has the best deals.

Dressing up your bed, making it a place to thoroughly relax ensures a good night sleep. My mother always said you can face anything after a good night sleep. A bed of new sheets, new pillows and duvet and best a mattress topper, you will sleep soundly and wake up feeling truly renewed, for a new year. Happy New Year.

Author bio

An interior designer with a passion for light, colour, patterns and textures bringing them all together to make a beautiful space, Kelly wants to share with you her love of light and colour and all parts of helping people bring beauty to their lives. She authors the blog Light Color Design and you can follow her on Twitter @kellyfannon. Read more posts by .

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  1. White Sales via @hearthomemag

  2. NEW blog post: White Sales #dbcollective

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