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est. 2007
  1. Wee Find: Castle’s New Bedding for Babies

    Rachel Castle's new cot bedding in blue, via WeeBirdy.com.

    Rachel Castle’s new cot bedding in blue. Photography courtesy of Castle.

    Here’s a gorgeous new product I would have coveted roughly four years ago: Rachel Castle’s new bed linen for babies.

    Castle’s new launch sees her trademark spotty luxury cotton sheets downsized for cots, with both fitted and flat sheets available in a charcoal spot, fluoro pink spot and tiny yellow hearts for AU$69 each. There is also a new 100 per cent cotton blanket in two colour ways: pink and orange or blue and charcoal. The new Blanky, AU$79, has been woven especially for Castle, and fits a standard cot (folded) and a single bed.

    Castle's 'Sound the Trumpets' and trademark spotty bright bed linen, via WeeBirdy.com

    Castle’s ‘Sound the Trumpets’ and trademark spotty bright bed linen. Photography courtesy of Castle.

    Good news for Australian mums who were so desperate for quality bedding in non-naff prints, they took to Castle’s sheets with a pair of scissors and a sewing machine (true story).

    Castle's yellow heart cot bedding and pink and orange Blanky, via WeeBirdy.com.

    Yellow heart cot bedding and pink and orange Blanky. Photography courtesy of Castle.

    Castle has also released a new range of linen tea-towels, which can be framed and makes beautiful and affordable art for a nursery at AU$69.

    Castle limited edition frameable linen tea towels, via WeeBirdy.com.

    Castle limited edition frameable linen tea towels, $69. Photography courtesy of Castle.

    Check out the little embroidered hen tea-towel, as well as the new big flower and “The Fun Peeps’ designs.

    • Jenbug

      Super cute bedding! Love the bright colours.