Corduroy in the Bedroom

The corduroy comeback.

Corduroy has been making its comeback for a while now and of course, we had to bring that nostalgic '70s vibe into your bedroom.

At this stage, you might be thinking your mum dressed you in stiff cord pants in Grade 6 and it’s not something you want to see on your bed, but keep reading and you’ll be pleasantly surprised. Our corduroy is softer and more versatile than you may think.

The corduroy that was once was for your old geography teacher, with those daggy green and browns colours is no longer, and in its place are a variety of tones that are incredibly beautiful. Our best-selling tones of blush, terracotta, moss, dove grey, and nude are the perfect colours to hero our exclusive corduroy fabric.

What is corduroy?

The rib texture of corduroy is made from what’s called a 'cut pile yarn', very similar to a velvet fabric, just with a ribbed texture. We call this a 1x1 rib, which means the corduroy groove is the same width as the dip, resulting in a really even texture. Our corduroy has a delicate 2mm wide rib, which isn’t too chunky and doesn’t overpower the colours it comes in.

What is corduroy?

The rib texture of corduroy is made from what’s called a 'cut pile yarn', very similar to a velvet fabric, just with a ribbed texture. We call this a 1x1 rib, which means the corduroy groove is the same width as the dip, resulting in a really even texture. Our corduroy has a delicate 2mm wide rib, which isn’t too chunky and doesn’t overpower the colours it comes in.

We’ve developed our signature corduroy fabric from a 100 per cent cotton corduroy. That means it will breathe with your natural body temperature to keep you in the optimum comfort level all night long.

Our quilt covers have our feature fabric on the front side and our signature Eden long-staple cotton on the underside. We do this so not only does the underside match perfectly back with your cotton sheets, but so the quilt cover feels just as smooth against your skin without the need to use a flat sheet if you don’t want to.

We’ve developed our signature corduroy fabric from a 100 per cent cotton corduroy. That means it will breathe with your natural body temperature to keep you in the optimum comfort level all night long.

Our quilt covers have our feature fabric on the front side and our signature Eden long-staple cotton on the underside. We do this so not only does the underside match perfectly back with your cotton sheets, but so the quilt cover feels just as smooth against your skin without the need to use a flat sheet if you don’t want to.

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How to style cord

A little scared to fully invest? We sell everything separately so just dip a toe with corduroy pillowcases, but we know you’ll be back for the quilt cover.
You are only human.

The same colour rules apply to styling our corduroy range as with our whole range of colours. Start with either a cooler palette like greys or charcoal or warmer palette nude or mocha, and work your way up from there.

Go for a fun colour. If you are going to do corduroy, then really commit. Terracotta is our best selling colour for a reason.

Although we don’t yet have our corduroy product in our Bed Builder, playing around with the same colour tones in either our Eden or Eve ranges will give you a great idea of what it looks like in real life.


If you love to mix and match, our standout colours are our moss and terracotta. Our rich hue of burnt orange terracotta works perfectly in a sea of our warmer neutrals like mocha, nude and even our rust colour.

If greens are more your vibe, our moss is perfectly suited with its darker friend hunter green for a tonal look that really picks up on any greenery you have in your bedroom for your own little oasis.

Neutral tones in Darcy Corduroy, like our dove grey and nude, are perfect foundations for you to have a little more fun with your sheets. We’re loving dove with either our rust or blueprint tones and nude is a classic neutral to pair back tonally with mocha or to hero our beautiful rose colour.

If you aren’t into channelling that full '70s vibe, but love the texture and cut of the fabric, then go the darker or more neutral tones. Go a bit wild and pair it with a stripe.

Caring for your corduroy

We’ve made corduroy as carefree as the '70s era it came from. Being 100 per cent cotton, you’re able to just turn it inside out and throw it into the washing machine. The quilt cover can get a little heavy when it’s full of water, so make sure it goes into the wash on its own, with its pillowcase mates. After it's washed, either hang over a chair or tumble dry until it's around 80 per cent dry, and hang for the rest. That's if you ever allow yourself to take it off the bed.

Pesky peg marks and folding or hanging can flatten some of the plush corduroy pile fibres, but don't stress - it just adds more character. If you’re keen to get them standing up again, a little burst of steam from your iron, or a dab of water will help to lift them up again.

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