I’m completely besotted with the deliciously fresh linen from
There are prints of flowers I
would incorporate into a boy’s room in a heartbeat. There’s nothing I
love more than a company willing to do a girly concept in a less
so that parents of boys aren’t scared off the print altogether. Your
kiddies can now have hotel grade, 280 thread count, hand-printed
linen in fabulous prints not seen everywhere.
plain white quilt cover with buttons in
charcoal, yellow or grey to match the flower print. In pillowcases you can have polkadots on
white in the same colour schemes so prints
can be mixed and matched for a quirkier feel while still retaining that
freshness and light.
Throws and cushions are available for that extra touch – I love the
pom pom cushions. A room will look thoroughly polished with an
Castle embroidered or printed artwork, my favourite of which are the
spotted ones. They are all handmade by Rachel Castle and her
mother. Rachel has a long history working in the homewares industry,
producing catalogues for Jasper Conran and co-founding
design agency ‘The Nest’. She continues to style and write for
magazines which brings added expertise to Castle Linen’s direction.
It’s such a sweet and simple site and a delight to look around.
I just might fall prey to some of that yellow-trim bedding when the
time comes to put my youngest into a bed.
Any order with
Castle Linen over
$150 is shipped free worldwide. Who on earth could argue with a deal
like that? Pillowcases are AUD$39 each, quilt covers $175 to
$215, sheets $125 to $145 each and velvet cushions $39.
The only catch is that the smallest size is a Double. Perhaps we can lobby together to ask Rachel to make her linen in a Single size too. That or just order some for yourself instead!