Kids’ Bedding Full of Personality
Our kids' bedding collection is designed for comfort, style, and variety for every age. Explore our cozy, kid-approved throw blankets, character pillows, cotton sheets, duvet covers, handcrafted quilts, and pillowcases. The kids’ bedding in this collection includes options in Twin XL, Full, Queen, and King sizes, and features whimsical prints and bright solid colors children love—it’s all about fun and imagination.
Find exclusive prints for every season: Our kids’ bedding, blankets, and comforters show off our original designs and classic patterns. Explore bold florals, adorable animals, playful pets, fanciful dinos, and whimsical dragons and unicorns, as well as bright stripes, plaids, and polka dots. Explore bedding sets and sheet separates that coordinate easily and bring smiles to their faces. Because our sheets, quilts, and other kids’ bedding items are made with the best all-natural cotton fibers available, you'll be smiling, too. Whether you’re looking for comforters and blankets, mix and match sheet separates, or complete sheet sets, this kids’ bedding collection is bursting with options.
Kids Bedding Q&A
What is the best bedding for kids?
Cotton bedding is best for kids because it is made with natural fibers and is extremely durable. It stands up to the frequent washing necessitated by children, and it resists pilling.
Where can you find kids’ bedding?
The Company Store carries kids bedding to fit Twin, Twin XL, Full, and Queen mattresses.
How do you pick bedding for a kid’s room?
Opt for vibrant solids or classic patterns in your kid’s favorite color, or choose playful motifs that complement their current interests. A child’s bedding should match their mattress size.
How do you put kids bedding together on a budget?
Choose high-quality, durable pieces that will stand up to frequent washing and active kids, so you’re less likely to have to replace them. Start with just the basics: A set or two of flat sheets, fitted sheets, and pillowcases; a quilt, duvet, or comforter; and pillow shams.
How often should you change children’s bedding?
Children’s bedding should be changed once a week. Pieces that don’t touch children directly—such as comforters, duvet covers, quilts, blankets, and decorative pillows—can be washed and put back less frequently.
How often should you wash children’s bedding?
Any bedding that touches a child directly—flat sheets, fitted sheets, and pillowcases—should be washed once a week. Wash duvet covers, comforters, quilts, and blankets once per season.