We’re excited to bring you another great article from LilSugar, a fantastic source for mamas who want advice and news about everything from packing healthy lunches to mastering the art of stroller chic. This week, we’re featuring their Spring Bedding for Kids Rooms.
With warmer days ahead, freshening up for Spring is on the minds of many moms. An easy way to lighten up your kids’ rooms? Ditch their heavy Fall and Winter bedding for cheerful, bright Spring linens. From cribs to big-kid beds, some of the best seasonal linens for sunny days and warm nights are right here.
A subtle nod to Spring, Annette Tatum’s soft Forest Orchid duvet ($320) reverses to a Grande Stripe Orchid pattern, which can be folded over for contrast.
New this season to DwellStudio’s line of baby and kids bedding, the Rosette Nursery Collection ($34–$550) is a modern take on the classic floral. Muted hues and graphic prints make this a gorgeous pick for the design-conscious mom.
Baby Blues (and Greens)
A soothing ensemble for your little one’s crib, the three-piece Sprout set ($476) includes a patterned bumper, solid cotton sheet, and a tailored crib skirt.
Blossom into Spring with this cheerful hand-appliquÃ©d and embroidered How Does Your Garden Bedding Grow? set ($199–$229) from Land of Nod with a pillow sham. Soft pink sheets are the perfect backdrop for bold, feminine blooms.
A modern look that could function well in either a boy’s or girl’s room, Oilo’s Modern Berries ($175) print comes in 300-thread-count sateen with a coordinating sheet set, bed skirt, and shams.
Dreaming of Exotic Destinations
Inspired by the Indian beach town of Goa, Rikshaw Design’s soft aqua and green Goa Twin Bedding Set ($268) is hand-quilted and made of 100 percent cotton voile. A beautiful set that works for both big and little kids rooms, it comes with a twin-size quilt and a standard quilted sham in a drawstring pouch.
A chic look that will grow with your little one, the Suzani Teal Collection by House Inc. ($256) features contrasting patterns in teal, chartreuse, turquoise, baby blue, and rust. Mix and match the pieces that best fit your child’s room for a unique, personalized look.
A Splash of Sophistication
Feminine without being frilly, Serena & Lily’s Marina Collection ($48–$280) boasts a subtle peacock pattern in cheerful shades of aqua and citrus.
A crisp look for your big boy’s room, the Serena and Lily Ronan Collection ($68–$220) features contrasting navy, lime, and clean white stripes and prints.
Pint-sized prepsters couldn’t ask for a more perfect Spring print than Lilly Pulitzer’s She’s Daffy ($58–$228), made exclusively for Garnet Hill. Bold daffodils are sure to brighten up any room, and both the duvet and sham reverse to yellow and white wavy pinstripes.
How do you freshen your little one’s space for Spring? Share in the comments below!
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