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Damask Bedlinen Collection

339 Darling Street, Balmain, and outdoor markets around Sydney
ph: 02 9818 1314     

Damask Bedlinen Collection makes and sells beautiful hand-made sheets, pillow cases, doona covers, cushion covers, tablecloths and table napkins using luxurious and long-lasting 100% cotton damask.

Contact: Jacqueline
0418 268 703
damaskbedlinen@hotmail.com

What we make

What we makeDamask Bedlinen Collections is a small Australian business producing beautiful cotton sheets and pillow cases, doona (duvet) covers, cushion covers, table napkins and tablecloths. All our products are 100% pure cotton damask hand-made by Australians in Australia. Our prices are roughly one third of prices you'll find elsewhere.
 
Want something special? Contact us! We make to order in nine elegant colours including white, blue, cream, red, chocolate, gold, aubergine, latte and grey.

Damask sheets and pillow cases

Damask sheets and pillow casesBed linens from the Damask Bedlinen Collection are simply beautiful. We produce beautiful handmade damask flat and fitted sheets and pillow slips for single, double, queen and king size beds. When you sleep in our sheets, you'll enjoy a new level of comfort and luxury.

What makes damask linen so special

What makes damask linen so specialWhat makes damask linen so special is the weave. Regular cotton fabric is woven up-and-down only. Damask fabric is interwoven, which helps keep you cooler in summer and warmer in winter. Damask is also stronger and longer-lasting than regular cotton fabric. So, your beautiful sheets stay with you for longer.

About Damask Bedlinen Collection

Persian luxury with uniquely Australian flavor

About Damask Bedlinen CollectionDamask Bedlinen Collection started from a simple promise: to provide you with the best available handmade linen products for your home.
 
We've been producing damask linens in Sydney since 1997, enabling people to experience a uniquely Australian interpretation of Persian elegance and luxury brought down through the centuries.
 
You'll find us in four convenient locations:
 
- Paddington Market
- Bondi Market
- The Rocks Market
- and our flagship store at 339 Darling Street, Balmain.
 
Call us if you have a question about our damask products. We'd love to hear from you.

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