How you get it right when deciding on bedding for your kids

So maybe your little guy wants Spiderman on his bed his pillows and all over his walls. Your little girl is in love with Barbie dolls and would love to be surrounded by them in her bedroom. That’s all fine and good since our bedrooms even as adults are extensions of our personal tastes and personalities, aren’t they.

The thing is we want to make sure that we buy them well made bedding that’s going to last through many washes and remain soft and durable as well as comfortable. Your child probably just wants it to be fun and colorful however.

If your budget allows it, you can go wild and get super creative with the way you decorate your child’s bedroom these days.

If he loves space exploration — no problem. If she loves Saturday morning cartoons like Mickey Mouse or Bugs Bunny, that’s no problem because there is well made beautiful, durable bedding to cover every child’s tastes under the sun.

You’ll find sheets and prints in every color under the rainbow, sporting every type of design known to man, from polkadots and checks to flowers and puppies and race cars. If the kid loves it you’ll be able to find it on their bedding.

A few of the most popular names in the kids bedding industry are:



Olive Kids

They make bedding that can stand up to the rough treatment that children naturally give it. The fabrics and materials used in their bedding are not just the cheapest polyester and the like, but are usually soft and durable like higher thread count cottons, denim, and gingham, among others.

You’ll find that you’ll be able to buy individual pieces of course like comforters, but getting their bedding in a theme usually makes more sense. You’ll find most bedding for kids made either in twin or full sizes with occasional sets made for queen size beds.

Most of the time sheets sets will come with a flat and fitted sheet with your matching pillowcases with a number of them offered according to bed size. You can get what’s called a comforter set that normally comes with comforter, pillow shams, which is just a fancy name for pillowcases and a bedskirt to finish off the look of the bed. Some sets will include more optional accessory items that you can select from. From decorative area rugs to lamps and shades, posters wall art, plush toys and other items that are guaranteed to make your kids bedding adventure a big hit.