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The 10 Best bed linen

By Kate Hilpern

Published 13/01/2012

<b>1. TU
From £30,</b>
No need to hunt for matching accessories with this
1. TU From £30, No need to hunt for matching accessories with this "bed in a bag", that has a duvet cover, pillowcases, cushion and cover and runner.
2. Kas Duvet covers from £65; pillowcases £16 Bedroom need of a bit of brightening? The lively and retro Duffy bed linen range will do the trick.
3. Kenneth Cole Duvet covers from £16.50 pillowcases £12.50 Snap up this Lexington bed linen featuring a chic animal print.
4. Nord £137.70, Nature lovers can snuggle under the duvet and dream of the great outdoors with this Whole Tree duvet and pillow set.
5. Peacock Blue Duvet covers from £45.50; pillowcases £9.80 Get the New England look with this timeless gingham range.
6. The Best Bed Linen In The World Bed linen sets from £115 This classic white bed linen uses the finest cotton yarns.
7. Designers Guild Duvet covers from £85.50; pillowcases £25 The Union Square range is made of pure white, Egyptian cotton.
8. Escada Duvet covers from £259; pillowcases £49.95 This "Flower" bed-linen range combines vibrant shades with fantastically soft fabric.
9. Harlequin Duvet covers from £60; pillowcases £20 So popular was Harlequin's Silhouette wallpaper design they have brought out matching linen.
10. John Lewis Duvet covers from £50; pillowcases £15 Exotic flowers are highlighted with bright magenta, red and orange on this Lalia bed linen.


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