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, Twin XL, Full, Queen, and King sizes, and features whimsical prints and bright solid colors children love—it’s all about fun and imagination. There’s plenty for little kids to love, too. Browse nursery bedding—from crib mattresses and coordinating sheets to changing pads and covers—and create a safe, soothing space for sleep or play. No matter your children’s ages, you'll be ready to start the bedtime routine with snuggly kids’ sheets, duvet covers, and comforters, plus shams and pillowcases to match.
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. Our kids’ sheet separates and bedding sets coordinate easily and bring smiles to their faces.
Because our sheets, quilts, and other kids’ and nursery bedding items are made with the best all-natural cotton fibers available, you'll be smiling, too: They’re as good for you as they are for the planet. Whether you’re looking for comforters and blankets, mix-and-match sheet separates, or complete sets for a coordinated crib, this kids’ bedding collection is bursting with options.
Kids' Bedding Q&A
Kids’ 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 less frequently.
Our kids' bed sheets are available in Twin, Full, and Queen sizes.
The only crib bedding you need is a fitted sheet and, if you prefer, a mattress protector. An optional crib skirt can add an element of style. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, you should omit any loose bedding—no blankets, crib bumpers, pillows, or toys—until your child reaches one year old.