Friday, 20 November 2009

Peacock Feathers Give Away: Dorma cushion

**giveaway extended until Sunday. Please enter by 10pm GMT if you would like to win one of these beautiful cushions**

I don't write enough about great bedlinen. It is one of life's simplest pleasures: beautiful, fresh, ironed, lavender scented sheets, perfect for snuggling under on a cold winter weekend.

Since I don't have much money these days, I don't buy that much, but I was excited to see that Dorma, one of the nation's oldest bedlinen brands, was bought by Dunelm last year and has started producing linens again. They have been making sheets since 1921. I am pretty sure that the 'vintage' sheets my Granny gave me as a present a few years ago were Dorma, as is my duvet. In short, they make classic bedlinen & duvets very well.

Since relaunching they have expanded their range into home fragrances & cushions. I have the orange & cedarwood candle, which I think is rather nice. M, on the other hand, thinks it smells like lemonade.

And since I have never done a giveaway on the blog, I thought this would be a good opportunity. I asked Dorma & they have kindly given me a Belvoir Boudoir cushion (worth £30) to give to one of you (which you can see in the image above).

To enter is simple. Go to the Dorma website and look at the new range of bed linens. Then leave me a comment telling me which is your favourite (I am nosy, I admit it) and then next week I will use to select a winner. As it is light, I will even post overseas.

{Image by Dorma}

One entry per e-mail address only
Competition runs until 10pm GMT on Sunday 22 November 2009.
Winner will be chosen by & posted in a new post thereafter
Entries welcome from all readers


KLS said...

These are my favorites:

1. Darcey
2. Hermione

Both of them simply look relaxing.

Laura said...

Very hard to choose all of them are making me want to snuggle up in bed!

I'm loving the

Anastase Collection
Luna Bedlinen
Milano Collection, &
Versailles Cream Collection

Although they're all gorgeous!

Marie said...

Montpellier Cream bedlinen I think. Although I might change my mind next time I look... And you're so very right about the joy of getting into crisp fresh bed linen. Mmmmmm.

Bells said...

Well I usually go for simple clean crisp and white so Versailles in white for me. Although there is a girly part of me that wouldn't mind a bit of Darcy - I love the stripes with flowers combo and the colours.