We love: Isla & Wilbur children’s bed linen (with a discount!)

We love Isla & Wilbur’s beautiful organic cotton children’s bed linen. The company was created by Hamish & Emma Dalrymple from London, who named if after their daughter Isla and nephew Wilbur, who lives with his parents in Houston, Texas.

Isla&Wilbur-5“We were inspired to create Isla & Wilbur during a trip to America to visit Wilbur in October 2013, at the time Isla was 10 months and Wilbur was 5 months,” explains Emma.

Isla & Wilbur is offering a 10 per cent discount to Mumfidential readers, and the chance to win a single bed set (worth £85).

“Wilbur has a beautiful nursery full of dIsla&Wilbur-4elightful and stylish products & home furnishings, the likes of which we hadn’t seen when we were looking to buy things for Isla and create a baby room in London.

“Whilst we were in the States we carried out some research, looking at the shops where Wilbur’s Mummy found the inspiration for his nursery, and came home with an idea to see how we could bring some of this style to the UK.”

Launched on February 23rd, Isla & Wilbur’s collection of gentle, eco-friendly bedding is printed with hand-drawn illustrations of Isla, the little lamb and Wilbur, the highland calf, inspired by Emma’s childhood on a farm in the Cotswolds.

The soft cotbed sheets, single bed sheets, pillowcases and single duvet covers are made from 100% organic cotton percale and woven to 300-thread count while the muslin swaddles are made from 100% bamboo rayon fibre, a gentle and breathable material, perfect for swaddling newborns.

What’s more, Isla & Wilbur is offering a 10 per cent discount to Mumfidential readers, and the chance to win a single bed set (worth £85). The winner can choose the colour/ pattern. Isla&-Wilbur-Swaddles-4

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