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Children's Bedding Sets and Duvet Covers with pillowcases

Children's bedding sets and duvet covers with pillowcases are a stylish, modern and soft furnishing range for use in a contemporary bedroom.

Types of bedding sets

Children's bedding sets and duvet covers are a practical and stylish furnishing option for the modern bedroom. Most bed linen designs feature a colourful reversible duvet cover, popper fastenings and a matching pillowcase . The bedding sets fit a standard single size bed.

For teenagers who sleep in a double size bed there is a wide variety of stylish bedding sets and duvet covers to choose from. Opt for a cool contemporary slogan design, a bold graphic print or funky themed patterns.

Different styles of children's bedding

For younger children there is a wide selection of bright coloured children's bedding and duvet covers featuring popular TV cartoon characters.

Classic and timeless animal, sports and motif bedding designs are also available and suitable for children of all ages. The reversible duvet covers typically feature a complementary pattern or design on the reverse, giving you two bedding sets for the price of one.

Slogans and motifs are a popular choice for older children's bedding sets. Choose a stylish bed linen set in flattering and complimentary colours that match the bedroom décor and colour scheme.

Choosing children's bedding sets

Lightweight and breathable, 100% natural cotton children's bedding is soft to the touch. When the temperature rises, cotton helps to keep you feeling cool.

Polycotton and cotton blend are popular fabric choices for modern children's bedding sets. The versatile soft blended cotton fabrics retain their colour for longer than cotton.

Flannelette is made from cotton and has a soft napped finish. The thick warp and thin weft weaving of the cotton produces its distinctive textured finish. The warm and cosy fabric is ideal for seasonal winter bedding for children.

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