Good nights (and mornings) – fall in love with linen bedding and sleepwear from Deiji Studios
Good nights (and mornings) – fall in love with linen bedding and sleepwear from Deiji Studios
Good nights (and mornings) – fall in love with linen bedding and sleepwear from Deiji Studios
Good nights (and mornings) – fall in love with linen bedding and sleepwear from Deiji Studios

Good nights (and mornings) – fall in love with linen bedding and sleepwear from Deiji Studios

Real talk – nothing nourishes the soul like a damn good night’s sleep. Heck, we’ll even throw a daytime nap into the ring! The point is, us human beings spend a lot of our time in bed – so it makes sense that we should treat ourselves to the best bedding and sleepwear available. If you appreciate a snooze like no other, Deiji Studios will up your sleep game with its dreamy linen wares.

Juliette Harkness and Emma Nelson know a thing or two about what makes a good sleep, which is why they put their noggins together to create Deiju Studio. The pair had a vision to create a label that would champion high comfort, high quality linen that allows sleepy peeps to create the most comfortable environment for bedtime. The brand turns out sheets, pillowcases and bedding that not only look beautiful but are also kind to your skin – think soft, natural and cosy for all seasons.  The ever-evolving wearable pieces have been designed to do double duty as both pyjamas and daywear, with design processes taking place in Byron Bay.

Everything in the Deiji Studios range is made from the natural fibres of the flax plant, with the linen carefully sourced from a French supplier. All fabric has been stonewashed for extra softness, is hypoallergenic, highly breathable and environmentally friendly – meaning you can linger in bed for as long as you like. Sheet sets, robes and sleepwear sets come in crisp tones of olive, cyan, mustard and white, with a pinstripe pattern featuring.

Ready to experience your best sleep ever? You can shop Deiji Studios online – sweet dreams!

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