The Bed Set
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One sheet, one large or two single duvet covers, and two pillowcases.
Lightweight and super smooth against your skin. Sustainably produced in Portugal. Plaza Interior Sustainability Award Winner in textiles 2022. Do like 4274+ others and buy The Bed Set.
Our bestselling product The Bed Set includes a fitted or flat sheet, one large or two single duvet covers, and two pillowcases. It is cut from a thin and breathable, ultra-soft, 430 thread count sateen weave made from 100% Supima-cotton (133 g/sqm). With an almost luminous quality to it, this is the perfect product for overhauling and upgrading your bedroom.
- The Bed linen factory is located in Portugal
- 100% extra-long-staple Supima-cotton from California, USA
- OEKO-TEX 100 certified
- Authentic mother of pearl buttons to close the duvet
- Free shipping, exchanges, and returns
- Don’t love the bed linens? We’ll take them back within 30 days and issue a full refund
Your pillow, duvet, and mattress most likely have a label with its size specified, use this to find which size you should buy. Otherwise, if you are not sure about the size we suggest using a yardstick before ordering.
- Our pillowcases have envelope closures so the pillow is tucked in and out of sight for a finished look when making the bed.
- The duvet covers have authentic mother of pearl buttons and ties in each corner where you can attach your duvet, there are no holes at the top of the duvet.
- Sheets are offered as flat or fitted. If you opt for a flat sheet it should be at least 60 cm wider than your mattress. Fitted sheets should match your mattress proportions.
We spend about one-third of our lives in bed, hence it is important to regularly wash your bed linens so they stay fresh.
- Wash every two weeks
- Wash separately from other laundry and ensure there is sufficient room in the machine
- Wash at 40-60° Celsius at centrifuge ~1000 rpm
- Tumble dry if you want a soft feeling to your sheets
- Hang to dry while still at least a little bit wet to decrease wrinkles
- Iron or mangle to get that hotel feeling
World's finest cotton
Produced in Portugal
IN A FAMILY OWNED FACTORY
Try at home
For 30 days
Why invest in bedding from Juniper?
We use the finest cotton there is from which we create a 430 thread count sateen weave. Simply put, these are the highest quality bed linens you can buy but at a price that won't keep you up at night.
You spend one third of your life in your bed and at 133 g/sqm these sheets are light and breathes well so that you can sleep through out the night with a perfect body temperature. Not too cold, not too hot.
You can feel assured that 92% of our 1000+ reviews are 5 out of 5 stars. However, if you for any reason wouldn't be happy with your purchase within the first 30 days. We will take back the products and issue a full refund.
The creative mind behind Juniper
Juniper was started after an amazing experience at a boutique hotel in Mallorca in 2018. Mathilda wanted to bring the same feeling she had experienced at that hotel into her, and other people’s everyday life.
Luxury home goods were indeed already available but an inefficient supply chain had caused inflated prices and value chain transparency was essentially non-existent.
So she decided to start Juniper, only producing goods in the EU, using the finest raw materials available, and always being able to trace them back to the origin to ensure accountability and ultimately sustainability.
Juniper is owned and operated by Mathilda Wibom Westerberg.
Progress towards our principles of responsible production
Juniper has set out 17 principles of responsible production and for each product we assess how far we have gotten in progressing towards those principles. The 17 principles are aggregated into three scores ranging 0 to 100.
- No raw materials from the animal kingdom are used while making this produkt and no animals are used as any part of the value chain
Supima are using advanced technology to have an as minimal impact as possible on the planet, however, cotton is still a crop in great need of water. One large sheet requires about as much water as producing 0.5 kg of red meat.
Juniper will make selected financial contributions to promote biodiversity. However, we haven’t yet started with this. But our end-goal is to have this in place in beginning of 2023.
Our factory is located in Portugal.
Reusing & Recycling
Sleeping is essential, as everyone who has just become a toddler parent knows. With Juniper's The Bed Set, we long to go to the bed. The feeling is fantastic — crazy good. We will eventually replace all our bed linens with Juniper. WOW, 10 out of 10!
I didn't think it would make a big difference, but I was wrong. The Bed Set was a gift to my wife, and she could not even get out of bed this morning! The best quality!
We have always bought the same kind of satin sheets from a well-known Swedish supplier. Now they have got a competitor who can deliver excellent quality bedlinens. Nice work!
Frequently asked questions
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Can you send samples?
Yes, we send free samples. Please email us at email@example.com and let us know what color/colors you are interested in and where you would like us to send the samples.
How does Juniper bed linens differ from “regular” bed linens?
The vast majority of bed linens are created from long-staple cotton, we create ours from 100% Supima extra-long-staple cotton. In other words, we use better raw materials.
From this superior raw material, we create a 430 thread count sateen weave which is simply sublime. Most regular bed linens will have a considerably lower thread count.
Finally, the bed linens are sewn by skilled textile artisans in a family-owned factory in Portugal that has been around since 1948. The quality of the craftsmanship is extraordinary.
All in all, the feeling of getting into bed at night is amazing. It is like climbing into a bed at a luxury boutique hotel or always having the cold side of the pillow up. Describing a feeling is difficult, but read the reviews at the bottom, and you’ll see that almost all customers agree.
Why is Juniper able to sell bed linens in this quality at a lower price point than traditional brands?
A traditional brand has the majority of sales through third-party retail stores. Typically a third-party retail store wants a 100% markup to cover the cost of the store, staff, and overhead. Naturally, this will impact the price that the traditional brands can offer, and even if they do sell through their own website, they will need to keep the same price level.
Juniper sells primarily through its own channels, which allows us to offer the same product at a much better price.
Are Juniper bed linens right for me?
Yes. As long as you are not in the market for completely different style weaves such as linen or flannel we are confident that our bed linens are right for you.
In fact, we are so confident that these bed linens are right for you that you can buy our bed linens and try them in the comfort of your own home for 30 days. And if you, for any reason, don’t want to keep the bed linens, we will take them back and issue a full refund. As simple as that.
What does 430 thread count mean?
Thread count is calculated by adding the numbers of lengthwise (warp) and widthwise (weft) threads within a square inch of fabric. A more tightly woven fabric will generally feel softer, given everything else is the same.
When Juniper was first started, we prototyped various thread counts and had a group of people try the different products. More than four out of five people in that group indicated they preferred a thread count in the 400-500 range, so we listened to their advice and created bed linens with a 430 thread count. They are supremely soft but still breathe so you can sleep throughout the night without becoming too hot.
What is Supima cotton and how is it better for me?
Not all kinds of cotton are equal. Supima and regular cotton are, in fact, two different and distinct species of cotton. The most common type of cotton grown worldwide typically has a fiber length of only about 1 inch, whereas Supima cotton’s fiber averages 1.5 inches. Shorter fibers produce yarns that are rougher and subject to pilling on the surface of the product, while longer fibers contribute to strength and softness.
Supima cotton is grown at 500 primarily family-owned farms mainly located in California. It represents less than 1% of cotton grown worldwide and is the most expensive widely commercially available cotton in the world due to its high quality standards and commitment to sustainable farming.
How long will the bed linens last?
Even if you use the bed linens every day, you should comfortably expect to get more than five years of use out of them if you take care of them properly. Our general recommendation would be two have two sets at home per bed, meaning you should be able to have them around for ten years without any problems at all.
The superior cotton we use to create these sheets is stronger than regular cotton, so they should last a very long time. If you buy them in white, it is also rather easy to make them white again. If you opt for a color, however, it will naturally fade over time, and at some point, you might decide it is time for new ones.