We’ve rounded up our favourite linen bed sheet labels available in Australia, from boutique brands to household names.
Formed in 2014 by Sydney-based couple Alan Biller and Genevieve Rosen-Biller, Bed Threads began with a simple premise: 100% flax linen bedding with a price point that wouldn’t break the bank. These days, the label offers only the most stylish of hues across its bedding selection, but also features everything from tableware (very 2021) to sleepwear. You can visualise your new bed sheets via the site’s ‘Build Your Own Bundle’ tab, too, if you’re looking to colour co-ordinate.
Born out of a love affair with high-quality linen bedding, Carlotta + Gee have quickly established themselves as a big name in the sleep game. The brand is all-natural, sustainable and Australian-made, which we absolutely love to see. One glance at their website and you'll soon see why they're so loved. Expertly tapping into all the on-trend colours and patterns you see on Instagram, it's the refresh your room has been waiting for.
Love a good pattern when it comes to bed linen? This Australian label produces French linen bed sheets in a range of colours and patterns, including gingham and stripes. Founder Lauren Roe was inspired by a visit to France, envisioning the lush linen bedding she encountered in hotels in Australian homes.
The classic bed linen label made its foray into linen bed sheets with its 100% Belgian flax collection, Abbotson. Featuring flat sheets, quilt covers and shams in a range of shades, what we love about the Sheridan collection is the bright hues on offer – not usually found in linen collections from other labels.
One of the first linen bed sheets labels in Australia, IN BED was founded in 2013 by stylist Pip Vassett, who endeavoured to create timeless linen that elevated creative spaces, including the bedroom. The label is also known for its coveted robes and sleepwear.
While Cultiver is known for its European flax linen bed sheets (cedar stripe, a blend of cream and burnt orange, is a favourite of ours), the brand also specialises in mulberry silk, waffle cotton – even denim towelling. They also offer free shipping and returns, in case you’re indecisive.
Like Cultiver, The Sheet Society offer a range of bed sheet materials, from cotton to boucle and, of course, linen. While the neutral palette is there, what we love about The Sheet Society is the label’s more unique shades not seen often from other brands. The lemony Butter hue, a more recent addition, is a favourite.
With a vision for aesthetic excellence as well as ethical production practices, Weft Textiles offers a smaller range of shades and product, but has a laser-focus on sourcing 100% natural and organic fibres, as well as an Australian-made ethos. The brands flax linen bed sheets are of course a hero product, but we’re lusting after the pyjama jackets too (even outside the home).
Born in New Zealand, Ecodownunder started with a focus on pure cotton bed linen without synthetics involved. Now, the brand also offers natural flax linen bed sheets in an array of colours – and for those who love attention to detail, the wooden button finishes will seal the deal.