We deliver everywhere, but postage is more expensive for shipping to overseas, approximately proportional to the increase in shipping prices on our end. For example, postage for a Quilt/Doona is: to Australia – $18.50 AUD to New Zealand – $35.00 AUD to Asia Pacific – $90.00 AUD to the USA – $99.00 AUD to all … Continue reading Do you deliver to X location?
A new owner of a King Single bed may find that although they can find sheets in King Single size, quilts and quilt cover sets generally do not come in King Single size. So what size quilt/doona is best for a King Single bed? Since all four standard-sized quilts are the same length and King … Continue reading Which size of Quilt and Quilt Cover Set is appropriate for a King Single Bed?
You will need to measure the height of your mattress. Our fitted bed sheets have 40cm high walls on each side, and so will not fit your mattress if it is more than 38cm or so high (this allows for the elastic). In that case you may need to find deeper sheets.
A valance is not a bed essential. Valance refers to an extra length of fabric extending beyond the regular edges of a bed cover (see bed covers, specifically bedspreads and comfortspreads) which looks much like a curtain and is designed to hang prettily to the floor down the sides of the bed and is purely … Continue reading What is a valance and do I need one?
I have two single mattresses side-by-side I would like to fit with sheets. Their height is a little different, what size should I use? I would rather not buy two single sheet sets. A short answer would be to use a double bed fitted sheet, though this will only fit the mattresses very well if … Continue reading I have two single mattresses side-by-side
This is because you’ve ordered a bulky item such as a quilt, and only sheet and quilt cover sets are included in the $8.50 postage. Bulky items such as quilts, bed covers and mattress toppers cost far more to send, and so the postage cost is increased.
They are made in India by a Certified Egyptian Cotton producer. :O) The ‘Egyptian’ in the title refers to a superior and highly regulated way of growing and weaving cotton (read more here), rather than the location in which it is made.
The best check of whether or not we have something in stock is if it appears on the site when you browse the products and select the relevant options from the drop-down menus. We do our best to keep that up-to-date with information from our supplier. Occasionally mix-ups occur on either end and stock *may* … Continue reading Do you have X design in Y colour and Z size available?
There are a number of different factors which go into the thread count of a bed sheet, and a few loopholes by which thread counts may be inflated. You can read about this here. If you’re sourcing your sheets from Australia only, then the main loophole to look out for is whether the sheet manufacturer … Continue reading How does your 375 TC compare to others’ 1000 or 1200 TC? How about your 250 TC to Target’s cheap 400 TC?
We do not offer flat sheets for sale on their own, unfortunately. There are shops that do, so it is best to have a look around for one.
Yes, they all come with one or two pillowcases depending on the size of the quilt cover. Single bed sets will only have one pillowcase, where double, queen and king will each have two pillowcases.
We have personally never had to compare them for feel. We have always been just fine with microfiber quilts, since they wash well, are lighter than woolen quilts and our family are generally quite warm sleepers. Woolen quilts will be quite a lot warmer than microfiber, and down quilts will be very warm, comfortable and … Continue reading How do quilts compare on a scale of warmth? Melbourne Winters are cold!
You will probably be looking for a quilt/duvet/doona as well as a quilt cover to cover it, since this way the doona will stay cleaner longer and it is easier to regularly wash just the quilt cover. It does not really matter how the material of the doona itself feels against your skin, since you’ll … Continue reading I had a great experience sleeping under just a big firm luxurious comfy doona at a hotel. How do I get something similar at home?