About Us

Established in 1861, Peter Reed are manufacturers of the finest luxury linen and were awarded a Royal Warrant from Her Majesty the Queen in 2008.  Only the best and most lustrous cotton sheeting made from extra-long staple cotton is used, and every piece of Peter Reed bed linen is still cut, sewn, embroidered and finished by hand in Nelson, Lancashire.  As everything is made to order in England, the team are able to offer very short lead times and a minimum order of one. Having total control of the manufacturing process, Peter Reed can ensure that the quality is second to none.

If an Art Deco theme is called for, or authentic Edwardian embroidery, the library has original period designs to refer to, or bespoke patterns can be replicated by their master embroiderers. 

Sustainability is of vital importance to Peter Reed. 'Made in Britain' means that air miles are kept to a minimum and making to order means there is no wastage of materials and power. The company's offcuts are used for its own packaging and the rest donated to a local patchwork quilt business. The team monitor every aspect of the conversion of the raw cotton, through to spun cotton yarn and finished products to ensure environmentally and socially responsible manufacturing.

What services do you provide?

Handmade Bed and Table Linen, Home Accessories

How would you describe your style?

"The finest bed linen, handmade in England since 1861."

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

"As every piece of bed and table linen is made to order, we can produce highly customised and bespoke work, linens that are completely unique. Clients can choose from any of our embroidery designs or coloured cords in a myriad of thread colours on a selection of thread counts, or work with us to create a design of their choosing. We colour match bed linen to a favourite scheme, add a family crest or a monogram, cut to specific bed sizes or unusual shapes and supply private houses, interior designers, hotels and yachts around the world."