Shop for Kids Bedding & Bed Sets
Cindy Crawford Home Hayden Blue Full Bed Set
Jaime Jubilee Orange Full Quilt Set
Duke University Blue 2 Pc Twin Bed Set
Fairy Tale Pink Twin Bedset
Janine Pink Twin Comforter Set
LSU Purple 2 Pc Twin Bed Set
NFL Football Champ Cowboys Twin Bed Set
NFL Football Champ Dolphins Twin Bed Set
NFL Football Champ Saints Twin Bed Set
Purple Safari Twin Bed Set
University of Alabama Red 2 Pc Twin Bed Set
University of Texas Orange 2 Pc Twin Bed Set
Altieri Luxury Plaid Bed 100% Cotton Sheet Set Size: Twin/Twin XL, Color: Peach
Altjira Plain Bed 4 Piece 100% Cotton Sheet Set Size: Twin/Twin XL, Color: Gold
Darrington Extra Soft Jersey Sheet Set Size: Twin/Twin XL, Color: Ultra Violet
Fleurette Scoop-Edge Upholstered Panel Headboard Size: Twin/Twin XL, Upholstery: Charcoal
Overbrook Shores 200 Thread Count 100% Cotton Sheet Set Size: Twin XL, Color: White
Sint 310 Thread Count 100% Soft Cotton Sheet Set Size: Twin XL, Color: Shell
Sint 310 Thread Count Solid 100% Cotton Fitted Sheet Size: Twin XL, Color: Shell
How to Choose Kids Bedding
Kids bedding comes in many styles and colors to ensure there's something out there that is perfect for your unique child. To narrow your search, consider your kid's favorite characters, activities, and colors. Then look into price and fabric options to help find your best match.
The cost of kids bedding is based on size, thread count, and design. Investing in a good comforter and set of sheets is necessary, as children need soft, supportive, and warm bedding for a good night's sleep. Since most linen sets are affordable, your children have the freedom to pick something they're excited about.
Picking Style & Colors
As the bed is one of the largest pieces in the room, the color and style of your kid's bedding creates the tone for the rest of the space. Modern bedding featuring favorite characters, sports teams, or animal prints are appealing and unique, bringing creativity to your child's decor. Other choices include traditional options that display solid, bold colors, symmetrical patterns, and curved lines. On the other hand, children won't outgrow neutral-colored bedding, which allows you to interchange other items like pillows and accent decor.
Selecting a Fabric
The fabric you choose for your kids bedding needs to provide durability and comfort. Wool is the warmest option, but it has a higher price tag and can be challenging to wash. Cotton is breathable and also more affordable. Synthetic blends are typically not as soft, but are still great options for those with a tighter budget.