It could be because we used to live on the sixth floor when we lived in Sea Point, but I’m liking the name of Superbalist’s new bedding range. You may know Superbalist from my previous post on women’s clothing, and they also sell men’s fashion and home items. Pretty much everything trendy and stylish can be found on Superbalist. Their inhouse Sixth Floor bedding offers a range of stylish duvet sets, and at affordable prices. Since price matters, it’s nice to know you can still treat yourself to a nice bedroom and comfy bed. If your kids have spent enough time sleeping in on your bed, then you are probably due a new duvet set anyway. We wake up to at least one, if not both, kids sleeping in the bed.
Even though we have a queen bed, I still use a King duvet cover, so we all have enough cover when we have a sleep in. It also means hubby and I don’t have to fight over the duvet in the night! Superbalist sent us the softest jersey cotton king duvet so we could all enjoy a sleep in. The duck egg colour is a personal favourite, and this duvet is available from R999, which really is affordable for the quality.
When it comes to buying a new duvet set, I look for comfort and it preferably won’t require much ironing. Even though my husband doesn’t pay much attention to decor, he does like a say on the duvet. Well, not on the specific look, but as long as it’s not bright pink and flowery. Since Father’s Day is coming up, a new duvet for dad would make a good present if you are looking for ideas!
Sixth Floor bedding
Here are some of the features of the Sixth Floor bedding range:
- Pillowcase sets from R149
- Sheet sets from R349
- Duvet sets from R499
- Available in sizes double, queen and king
- Free exchange and returns within 30 days
- Free standard delivery
- Download the Superbalist app and receive 25% off your first purchaseAndroid: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.superbalist.android&hl=en
View the full range on Superbalist.