It’s been a wild ride for observers of the current tie-dye trend, that’s for sure. But every now and again a goodie emerges.

We fell in love with these beautiful silk hand-died made to-order pillowcases by NSW’s Studio Tinta. And now, also in the bedding space, is the capsule bed range by Melbourne’s Sheet Society.

Released today, its tie-dye collection consists of quilt covers, sheets and pillow cases made in 100 per cent cotton that’s been “haphazardly hand-dyed” so no two pieces are the same. There are four colours available – dove grey, beige, butter and peach – and the range comes with an Oeko-Tex certification, which means it's been tested for harmful substances.

Sheet Society’s co-founder Hayley Worley says the range has been created to add a little “jazz” to your neutrals and white manchester, or to complement a busy or wildly-decorated room “to ramp up the eclecticism and commotion of colour”.