There’s no doubt that uncertain times have led to nostalgic homewares trends and we are very much here for the latest one. Having eschewed any hokey associations, courtesy of a variety of contemporary reimaginings, gingham is back in the style spotlight in a major way. Akin to the little black dress of bedding, gingham bed linen is a timeless, versatile look that suits most spaces.
Castle & Things: From bedding to cushions and blankets (in small and large scale gingham designs) we absolutely love this range and its glorious rainbow colour palette. From $49.
Linen House: Available in gorgeous neutral colour ways (black, caramel and stone), the classic and versatile Springsteen range can be mixed and matched and is made from soft, washed cotton. From $59.99.
Sheet Society: The brand’s checkerboard range is available in mini and mega designs in sage green, blush and beige. We absolutely adore the mix of small and large scale prints. From $50.
Adairs: With a colour range that covers the entire spectrum, Adairs has certainly embraced the check trend. From $69.99.
Kip & Co: The brand’s Tuscan gingham design, combining an unlikely pairing of deep green and peach, is a statement making look. The range is made from French flax linen. From $45.
Society of Wanderers: From lilac gingham to a bold green and gold and a fuchsia and red check, this gingham range is not for the faint hearted. We love the ruffle detail and we love the range mixed and matched. From $99.