My Mummy's World : Luxury Bedding from Julian Charles

Friday, 16 October 2015

Luxury Bedding from Julian Charles

At the beginning of August we moved into our new home, with that came new bedrooms and therefore new decorating. We haven't actually painted or anything so all the rooms are still cream and will possibly stay that way, we are just decorating with feature items at the moment whilst the walls dry out. So for the bedrooms the bedding is a key part to creating a new look for us and of course you can't have a new bedroom without fresh new bed linen. 

I was lucky enough to be contacted by Julian Charles recently to see if we would like to review some bedding of theirs; this seemed a perfect opportunity for us. If I'm honest, I'd never heard of Julian Charles before this and had no idea on the quality of products or anything. However, I was not disappointed when it arrived; it certainly is luxury bedding. 



The particular set we have is Blenheim Gold, which is a beautiful gold colour fitting perfectly with the theme of bedroom two. 
This season's, stunning Blenheim Gold collection offers elegant jacquard prints with leaf and floral detailing, whilst softening the striking design with the use of soft natural tones and interwoven gold threading, for a decadent living space. 
The bedding is certainly of highly quality, its quite thick material so you can tell it's going to last. The duvet cover has gold trim detailing with velvet on too, only adding to the luxury feel of this beautiful bedding. There are many coordinating products within the range allowing you to add and get a truly elegant feeling bedroom. 
I was worried about what would happen to this when washing however its still the amazing high quality afterwards. 

I would highly recommend Julian Charles if your looking for luxurious linen at reasonable prices. For the price you get amazing high quality and you can certainly tell. 

Please Note: I received this product free of charge in exchange for an open, honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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