Maybe your tween wants a more grown-up style for their room, or your toddler is ready to move to a big-kid bed. The good news? You don’t have to redecorate their entire bedroom to get a brand-new look. Just upgrade with a new comforter set. Remember, as your child grows and matures, so does their sense of style. Let them change it up with Bed Bath & Beyond’s girls, boys, and gender-neutral comforter sets, and showcase their budding personal style. With sets featuring bold and bright colors, soft pastels, modern designs, and character and theme collections, there’s something for every kid and teen to love.
Here are a couple of questions we often hear about kids’ comforter sets, and answers from our experts. What comes with a comforter set? Typically, a flat sheet, a fitted sheet, a pillowcase, a pillow sham, and a comforter. What is a pillow sham? A pillow sham and a pillowcase differ in several ways. Shams have an opening in the back in which to slip the pillow and are typically designed for decorative use rather than sleeping. You’ll usually see ruffles or quilting on shams. How often should you wash kids bedding and comforters? Wash sheets and pillowcases every other week. If your kid sweats a lot, try once a week. Comforters should be laundered around every five months, or earlier if needed. Most of our comforters can be machine-washed, saving the expense of dry-cleaning.
Glow up the kids’ room with a new comforter set
Kids spend a lot of time in their rooms - whether it’s reading, playing games, or sleeping. It’s important you help them build a comfortable space for themselves. Turn their room into an oasis with fun, colorful, and modern comforter sets that will spark girls’ and boys’ imaginations. Whether they’re into sports, nature, television or movie characters, or contemporary design, we have something in our selection that will help your kid express their style. And, because comforter sets come complete with sheets, they can express their style times two! Add in a decorative pillow or throw and you’ll have a room your child used to only dream about.