About Us

The Reed Family stem from a long line of English cloth weavers with a heritage spanning 170 years and includes some of the most pioneering experts in the industry. Today, the Reed Family still weave their cloth to the same exacting recipes engineered by our Grandfather Amos Hargreaves Reed. They are the original Great British sheeting family. Whilst trends and thread count myths come and go, the Reed Family Linen ethos remains steadfast. They make timeless linens with integrity, made to last a lifetime, whether it’s bedding, table linen or towelling. Working closely with clients to produce bespoke designs and colours to suit each space or project, every piece is hand-made to order for hotels or homes and delivered straight to your door from their mill. 

What services do you provide?

Made to order luxury bedding, unique embroidered table linen, plush towelling.

How would you describe your style?

"Enduring and timeless. Our style can be easily introduced into classic or contemporary settings. The Reed Family produce bed, table and bath linens in the time-honoured fashion of our ancestors who were leaders in the English textile industry. We offer a multitude of designs, weaves and colours which can be combined to achieve a truly unique outcome for home or hotel."

Please describe a recently completed project or tell us about the bespoke service that you offer

"Many of our beautiful colours and designs are the result of requests from clients wanting to achieve very specific outcomes for their projects. At the Singita Lodges, a group of luxury safari hotels in Southern Africa, we worked closely with their design team to dye cloths in custom colours and also created new designs to not only suit the style of the rooms but offer practical launderability solutions for the housekeeping team. From Barbados to London to Southern Africa, we have also collaborated with interior designers and private clients and delivered unique embroidered designs, monogrammed bedding sets and custom colours and sizes in all manner of weaves for all manner of interiors."