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Victoria Linen starts express delivery service
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Jul '11
As with most things in life not everyone fits neatly into categories, and not everyone can fit into standard beds. Over the past 20 years Victoria Linen has grown to include almost any bed linen you could need for a larger or longer bed from bed sheets to extra large quilts and bedspreads, helping people get the bed linens they need for the size of bed they sleep in.

"We originally started out with 6 sizes of bed sheets that we manufactured only for adjustable bed companies," current Managing Director Matthew Fallon said. "Our website now carries 23 different sizes of bed sheets, and we still get enquiries for odd sizes that we haven't yet listed. We recently finished an order for odd shaped beds on a boat and at the same time we had a linen order for a boat shaped bed! People are so happy when they hear about us, as some have been struggling for years."

In the last year the company also began stocking major designer bed linen brands for standard size beds. These major brands include Kylie Minogue at home, Kirstie Allsopp, Kath Kidston, Dorma & Zandra Rhodes.

The company has celebrated the 20 year milestone by launching an express service which promises to have the made-to-order bed sheets and linen delivered in 7 days. No mean feat when each piece of bed linen is individually cut and sewn specifically for a customer's order.

This taken together with future plans to include an expansion into the made-to-measure curtain market, means that the bespoke UK manufacturer will continue to expand its made-to-measure service in the foreseeable future.

Victoria Linen

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