Gingham, reversible quilts and more Spring goodies from Sheet Society

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Sheet Society have a fresh new spring collection and we’re mad for it. It’s fresh, tactile and a great mood lifter as we leave behind the colder weather and (soon enough) lockdowns, welcoming some holiday vibes into our homes.

We’re loving the uplifting spring colours in The Sheet Society’s Spring range

“Inspired by picnic pandemonium and dreams of faraway places, we created a capsule that feels transportive and light. Retro resort-like colour palettes that instantly supercharge and uplift our moods as we wave goodbye to the cooler months. It’s escapism for your bedroom,” says CEO Hayley Worley.

The reversible, breathable Goldie Gauze in Butter and subtly contrasting Burnt Butter

An innovative new textural offering, Goldie Gauze is a reversible, tactile quilt cover that was made for lightweight feels and versatility. Goldie is produced using 100% cotton yarns to create a light, open weave that produces the cloth-like finish. It’s made from three separate layers of gauze tacked together to softly layer up the density of the finished fabric.

“The ultimate benefits of this fabric are its breathability and natural fibre origins, making it a perfect trans seasonal product,” says Hayley.

The spring capsule is made up of tried-and-tested ranges that regular Sheet Society customers know and love, infused with new sun-kissed colours. The two newest colourways include Sky and Musk, which look great alongside Soft Apricot, Chocolate, Camel and Butter from bedspreads past.

New solid colours in the Eden range include Sky (above) and Musk (below)

Alongside these solids comes a much-anticipated release of gingham print (we can’t get enough of gingham at Interiors Addict!). The resurgence of the long-adored gridded style was first seen on the runway, and is now increasingly making its way into our homes too.

We love this smaller, more modern take on the classic gingham, shown here in Sky

And while we’re talking classics, stripes of course never get old. Sheet Society have two new Leo washed cotton stripe colours too; we particularly love the Camel (below).

Each piece of bedding, whether it’s a sheet, quilt cover, or pillowcase is made with a quality yarn composition of breathable, 100% natural fibres. The flat sheet even comes with a sewn-in 20cm double layer, so there’s no need to fold them back either.

Two new Eve linen colours are the beautiful Cocoa (above) and Tan (below) chambrays.

“We know that traditionally, people have been frustrated with their bedding, and this increases tenfold in the Australian summer. Making your bed can be a notoriously arduous task, but we believe quality fabrication and tactful detailing can put an end to that. We want your bedding to be more dream-worthy, less of a nightmare, especially after a long winter of waiting for brighter days,” says Hayley.

Seasons are changing. To give your bedroom makeover in full bloom, shop Spring at The Sheet Society.

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