Single Mattress, King Single Mattress, Double Mattress
Queen Quilt Cover
210cm x 210cm
Double Mattress, Queen Mattress
King Quilt Cover
245cm x 210cm
Queen Mattress, King Mattress
Super Quilt Cover
270cm x 240cm
When buying aQuilt Cover Set for your doona, it's important that you buy the right size - not just for aesthetic reasons, but also comfort and warmth, too. As an Australian company, The Honest Label's Quilt Cover Sets are sized for the Australian market. Australian Quilt Cover Set sizes differ from the rest of the world's, so please make sure you measure your quilt and / or mattress carefully before choosing the correct size for your bed and needs.
The Honest Label photographs its Quilt Cover Sets on Queen Beds using a King Size Quilt and Quilt Cover, creating an overhang either side of the bed. To achieve this look, we'd recommend going up in mattress sizes (so if you have a Double Size Bed & Mattress, go for a Queen Size Quilt and Quilt Cover). The benefits of upsizing also extent to warmth and comfort - there's less likelihood for drafts, and you won't be left out in the cold if your partner likes to hug the duvet!
FAQs - Quilt Covers
What are standard quilt sizes?
It depends on where you live! In Australia, our standard quilt sizes a little different to other countries' so make sure you checkout the sizes in the table above before ordering.
What size is a queen size quilt?
An Australian Queen Size Quilt measures 210cm x 210cm - the only size that's a perfect square!
What size are my King size doona covers?
Australian King Size doona covers measure 270cm in Width and 240cm in Length.
What size are Australian duvets?
Australian duvet sizes are listed above in our Quilt & Quilt Cover Sizing Guide.
Which size of Quilt and Quilt Cover Set is appropriate for a King Single Bed?
We'd recommend a Double Size Quilt and Quilt Cover Set for a King Single Bed. It allows for some overhang, which will keep you warm all night and show off your duvet cover design.
Are Australian and New Zealand quilt covers the same dimensions?
With the exception of the Super King size, all Australian sizes are the same as the New Zealand sizes. The New Zealand Super King size quilt cover is 265cm x 210cm, 20cm wider than the King size but the same length - the Australian Super King size quilt cover at 270cm x 245cm is both wider and longer than the King size.
What are quilt cover set dimensions?
You can find the dimensions of Australian quilt cover sets in the table above, or on any Quilt Cover Set product page.
Our Sheet Sets are made to fit Australian sized mattresses, so if you're shopping from overseas, please make sure to measure your mattress carefully so you choose the correct size for your bed before checkout. Our Sheet Sets fit standard Australian mattress depths at 40cm, but if you have an unusually deep mattress, or a very thick topper, you may need a deeper fitted sheet.
Sheet Set Size
Fitted Sheet Dimensions
Flat Sheet Dimensions
137cm x 193cm 40cm Deep
228cm x 254cm
48cm x 73cm
152cm x 203cm 40cm Deep
245cm x 265cm
48cm x 73cm
183cm x 203cm 40cm Deep
275cm x 265cm
48cm x 73cm
204cm x 204cm 40cm Deep
300cm x 330cm
48cm x 73cm
FAQs - Sheet Sets and Sizes
What are the best bed sheet fabrics?
It really comes down to personal preference and needs. Natural fabrics, such as Cotton and Linen, are breathable - allowing you to stay warm in winter and cool in summer. Natural fabrics tend to be more textured, which isn't to everyone's preference. Man-made fabrics are often silkier and softer to the touch, and lighter (so often the preferred bed linen material chosen by those who live in warm or humid places).
Are There Different Sized Queen Sheets?
Queen Size mattresses have standardised widths and lengths, however the depth of a mattress can differ. Our 40cm Sheet Set depths should cover most mattresses, however if you have a very thick topper, or extra deep mattress, you might want to opt for sheet sets with a 50-60cm depth.
What are the pros and cons of cotton bed sheets?
Cotton is one of the most commonly used natural fibres for sheet sets, and for good reason! It is easy to care for, breathable, durable, and gets softer with every wash. When choosing cotton sheet sets, the quality of the cotton is very important. If you choose poor quality cotton, your bed linen may be prone to piling, shrinking or stretching.
What are the different types of sheets?
Generally, there are two standard types of sheets: fitted sheets, and flat sheets. Both of these types of sheets come in our Sheet Sets, along with two standard pillowcases. Sheets can be made from different materials - some natural, some man-made. What you go for depends on whether you're a hot or cold sleeper, what you prefer in terms of texture and appearance, and what your budget is.
Snuggle up to our super soft linen. We've used long strands of flax to create our Pure Linen Quilt Cover Sets, which have been stonewashed for additional softness and that beautiful worn feel. The gentle folds and flow of its organic texture creates a relaxing, calm vibe in your bedroom. Made from natural materials, linen's breathability means that it's suitable for all-year-round use. For extra warmth in Winter, consider layering your linen and add a contrasting Flat Sheet to your bed. With seven gorgeous shades to choose from, you can express your personality through mixing and matching colours - creating a fresh look and feel each time.
Product Information: Our linen flax is sourced from France, and woven in China - allowing us to offerwonderful quality at a competitive price point. All linen products are 100% Pure French Flax Linen - no mixed materials.
PLEASE NOTE: While we do take every effort to ensure that our product imagery matches the colour of our linen as closely as possible, textile colours can vary slightly in real life depending on the type of light (warm / cool / natural / artificial) they'replaced in. Screen type, brightness, and colour controls can also play a factor in how the linen appears online versus real life.
- Comes with standard pillowcases included - Deep envelope closures on pillowcases (so your pillows don't slip out) - Tie quilt cover fastenings - Natural vegetable colourfast dyes used - Enzyme wash for softness without pilling
Always wash linen on a gentle cycle, in cold or warm water with a gentle liquid detergent. Ideally it should be washed on its own (not with other garments) and with similar colours. Although the fabric is colourfast, you should avoid mixing dark and light linen. If you can, put your pillowcases in a delicates bag - this will ensure no snags or other unintentional damage from your washing machine. Ideally you should line dry linen out of the sun, in the shade to avoid any colour fading. If this isn't possible, or it's raining, then you can tumble dry on a low gentle setting. Do not bleach your linen. We can't stress this enough. Do not dry clean it, either. While you're encouraged to use your linen all-year round, if you do decide to put it away for a season, please ensure it's placed in a vacuum-sealed bag. As it's a natural fabric, it will draw moisture - which can degrade the fabric (and give it that musty smell).
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