Amazing Australian Sources for Colorful Bedding

Amazing Australian Sources for Colorful Bedding

Alison Gerber
Sep 26, 2014

Heard of Rachel Castle? Well, this is her. Polka dots and sunshine. Are you ready for this? She's not the only Aussie making incredible bedding. Here is Castle and 4 more Australian bedding stores to feast your eyes on. But be warned! This bedding is so incredible, you might find yourself with the urge to splurge.

For our number two, here's Arro: pastels, indigo, fluros and lots of whimsical patterns. No dedicated kids' range, but it's not too hard to imagine these lines finding a happy home in a little girl's room.

If bedding companies had personalities, Arro would be the soft, willowy introvert and Kip & Co would be the wild and crazy extrovert. This company even has pizza sheets. With cartoon pizzas. And tigers, and alphabet prints, and a duvet cover with camo on one side, and monsters on the other.

Funded in part by a Kickstarter campaign, The Club of Odd Volumes only does pillowcases and cushion covers so far. But what pillowcases they are! Any kid (or adult's) dream is featured here, including astronauts, bunny rabbits, and a portrait of Richie Rich thrown in for good measure.

For something a little more traditional, check out Adairs Kids, probably the closest Australia has to a Land of Nod. The variety is great, and they have pretty good prices when sale time comes around, like it is now.

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