Kids duvet covers is a very specialised area of bed covering
. Most of us are happy with plain white or cream sheets although some of us do like to be different with bright colours like red or black.
Children are very different to adults though and always want pictures of their favourite characters emblazoned all over their duvets. Having said that, I wonder if it is just mums and dads finding ways to get their children to sleep more quickly. Parents who got fed up with sitting reading stories for hours and hours were probably the people who originally thought of the idea.
When looking to buy a duvet set for your son or daughter you do not have to be concerned with all the different sizes that you can get with normal duvets. There is no king size, queen size, double, the vast majority just come as singles. A set is made up of a single duvet cover and a matching pillowcase. Most are made of roughly 50% cotton and 50% polyester and are washable.
Children do not seem to be so happy just with a plain bedroom with pastel colours on the wall ceiling and carpet. They find them boring and like things to be bright and fun. There are two basic ways that people decorate their kids bedrooms. The first is to have paint the walls and even the ceilings in bright colours and have plain bedding. More people these days go for the opposite way though and have plain walls and a colourful bed. Share:
It is important to make sure that the kids are happy when they go to bed and they do like to be covered by their particular favourite television stars. Whoever is in fashion when they first become aware are the ones they first prefer.
Right now, the most popular childrens duvet covers seem to be Peppa Pig bedding. This has become a cult TV program for the very young kids as well as a series of books and other merchandise.
Other sets aimed at the younger boys are based on Fireman Sam and Thomas The Tank Engine and Ben Ten. For little girls there are ones like Upsy Daisy from In the Night Garden, Disney Princess and they also them with pictures of animals on them - maybe a pony or puppy.
As children grow older the choices obviously change. They move on to dinosaurs, pirates and even their favourite football team like Manchester United for boys while girls like High School Musical.