A new way to shop for Bed Linen

A new way to shop for Bed Linen

Take your sleeping space to the next level, Snuggle up in style with your very own personalized Duvet Cover Set and more.

Choose your own picture and transform your bedroom into an idyllic sanctuary.  When it comes to custom printed bedding the upside is purely the freedom to order whatever you want.

This means you can get almost any image, text or special photos you want on a multitude of substances like Bedding, Curtains, pillowcases, blankets, table runners and more… The possibilities are almost endless.

The method we use is called Dye Sublimation. Sub-li what? No it has nothing to do with an underwater boat. It’s a high-tech printing process used mostly for print on demand apparel. In simple terms, it’s a method of printing that transfers a design into a material or fabric using ink and heat.  Sublimation printing uses heat to essentially bring ink and fabric together as one.

Sublimation is possible on cotton fabrics but the image will not be permanent as it is a natural fabric. Printed Cotton fabric fades faster and Natural fibres stain easily.

Best value for money is a man-made synthetic fabric like polyester. Polyester allows the ink to permanently embed into the fabric which makes it less prone to fading, you will have beautiful full colour images that won’t crack or peel wash after wash.  Kindly keep in mind we use a soft Polycotton on the reverse side of our Duvet Covers and Pillowcases, so the actual fabric you’ll sleep under is a soft Polycotton or we can do 100% White Cotton at an optional fee.

Head over the our Website and Facebook page to have a look at some designs we have done, don’t forget to check out our Photo/Memory blankets which is a very popular gift to order for someone special.

If you want to adorn your bedroom with unique bedding contact me I would love to assist. It still gives me enormous pride to see the end product. And the phone call from a customer saying “my kid’s reaction to the bedding you did gave me tears in my eyes, thank you”

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