Harlequin bed linen is a brand that comes under the Bedeck umbrella. Bedeck is a design company that was founded in the early fifties. In 1951, the family began running a fabric warehouse with the mission to provide the customer with high-quality bed and bath linens which had the perfect patterns for the home. Their in-house design team still to this day take pride in their stitching, from the spark of an idea to the finished product. They are a creative company, with a he commitment to cutting edge design and innovation, and are still run by the same family to this day.
The company have now branched out to design other ranges under different names, such as Scion, Kas, Designers Guild, Joules, and Sanderson. There are seven different styles within the Bedeck umbrella that you can choose from depending on your style.
Harlequin is one of these successful ranges. Compared with the other brands on offer, Harlequin products are noticeably more quirky in nature. The colours of the products within the range are bright, with sharp detail and large patterns, a lot of them being in blue, green, and pink. This particular collection is ideal for teenagers and young people. The idea is that these linens are snug and cozy in the bedroom, as well as being of exceptionally high quality.
There are sections within the Harlequin collection, including the Premium Harlequin Collection. This includes six different vibrant patterns entitled Bali, Delphinia, Poppy, Tembok, Snug Turquoise, and Snug Zest. There’s also a plain collection called Harlequin Plain Dye Bedlinen in case you don’t like any of the patterns, or if you just want to highlight one of the block colours in the pattern you choose. The accessories within the collection are called Harlequin Mulberry and Harlequin Chartreuse. There are also a number of plainer ranges available that do not come under the Premium category.
Within the Harlequin range, there are a number of high-quality items available, including pillow cases, fitted sheets, flat sheet, duvet covers, and accessories such as cushions and throws. They also do a great range of bathroom accessories such as bath robes, towels, and trinkets. The bed range has sets available in single, double, king, or super king, most of which are a 200 thread count. Prices for the Premium range start from sixty pounds for a single set, going up to £110 for a super king set. These prices are surprisingly reasonable considering the quality of the goods.
Bedeck are proud of their collaboration with Harlequin, but the Premier Collection is Harlequin’s first leap out on their own. It’s become hugely popular, often selling out in online stores. More and more designs are being produced, so it’s still early days for this branch of the company. However, it’s just a matter of time before they become a household name.
Harlequin bed linen is available from a number of retailers throughout the United Kingdom, both online and in store, such as House of Frasier and John Lewis.