We made it to the weekend, hurray.  I have had such a busy week and there is nothing I like better than popping into my bed with fresh sheets and gorgeous linen.  So, today I thought I’d share my top 5 favourite linen shops.


1. Hunting for George

Not only do they sell bedding but they are an independent on line boutique full of goodness. Hunting for George have an extensive product range as well as their own label.  I purchased the linen throw, pillowcases and sheet set for my master bedroom.


2. Kip & Co

Kip & Co have launched their AW15 range full of bold prints, stylish wintery textures and velvet which is what Kip & Co are all about.  I love the colour palettes they use to really brighten up your bedroom space.  One of my favourite Australian brands.


3. Feliz

I adore everything about this brand, inspired by colour, texture and clean simple designs, Feliz really deliver some amazing products well worth checking out.  Felix have a kids and babies range as well as linen for double, queen and master beds all using 100% organic cotton which is crisp, fresh and of course luxurious.


4. Bramwell Design at The Stylist Splash Shop

Bramwell Designs pillowcases are bright, fun and made with sprinkles of joy. Individually crafted and custom handmade, these pillowcases are 100% certified organic white cotton. Using eco friendly non toxic paints. A standard pillowcase size 50cm x 75cm and I am lucky enough to stock them in my little shop.  I love the bright pop of colour a simple pillow case can bring to any bedroom.


5. Resident GP 

These design hunters do all the work for you, bringing together the very best for your home in their on line mecca.  Resident GP is Melbourne based and it’s philosophy is choosing carefully curated items sourced from all over the globe.  Their linen range has subtle tones that will work perfectly in any bedroom.


I hope my top 5 linen stores have given you some inspiration to update your bedroom.  As the season’s change we tend to think about updating our bedroom with more layers and perhaps some colour to see us through Winter.