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Where to buy a kingsize bed set

Sometimes, you may find that the bed spreads that you like are not available for king-sized beds, which can be frustrating if you want to create your perfect boudoir. This article will give you the hot picks of where to get a stylish and affordable king-sized bed set that will make you want to get under the sheets in an instant.

Online

If you want to pick up some bargain kingsize bedding, then the Internet is a great place to start. The supermarket online catalogues have great pieces for affordable prices, so try looking at Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury's online websites. You can expect to spend around £30 for a king-sized bed set, or you may even want a duvet cover to fit super-king beds, which you can also get here. If you want to grab a bargain, look out for websites such as Brand Alley, which have regular sales on designer items, or look on eBay. This site will enable you to get new and unused pieces for a fraction of their original price.

On the High Street

If you like buying your bedding covers in store, then there are plenty of places on the local High Street which sell sheets to make your bed look gorgeous. Department stores such as John Lewis, Debenhams and Selfridges have great homewares, as well as classic brands such as Laura Ashley and Cath Kidston. If you're shopping on a budget, then why not grab a bargain in Primark, or save money on designer brands in TK Maxx. Also, due to their extensive home-ware ranges, you can also get the best firm goose pillows, linen under sheets, goose down duvets or some less extravagant bed duvets and accessories.

Boutique pieces

If you want some more opulent sheets for your bed, you may want to visit independent boutique home-ware emporiums in your area, to find something original and special. For premium brands, designers such as the White Company have gorgeous Egyptian cotton bed sets which can give people a beautiful and fresh feeling on the skin. Moreover, top interiors store Heals have a lot of fashionable and contemporary pieces to help you to make your king-sized bed a style statement.

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