Kid"s Bedding - Three Tips When Buying Linen For Your Childrens Bedroom
I have two boys and they have taught me more about kids than any book ever could.
Practical - Firstly it is worth remembering that most colored fabrics can only be washed at thirty degrees and usually you cannot use stain remover on them.
So, if your child never has food or drink in their room maybe you think that the bedding won't get that dirty? I had one awful week where between my sons they managed to have a nosebleed, vomit and wet the bed.
These are all symptoms of high fevers, so totally unavoidable.
Attractive - During the day you may rarely have time to consider the design of your kids bedding, but when you check in on them at night, you want to see them sleeping soundly in a beautiful calm which they deserve after an active day.
At these times you may not want to see spider man or a dalek looking back at you! 3.
Affordable - When they get a nosebleed and it leaves a stain, you don't want to be angry that your beautiful bed linen is stained.
Or when they leave a pen to leak on it you want to discipline them for not putting the pens away, not for ruining the bed linen.
If they don't mind that there is a stain on their duvet cover they probably won't understand why it is bothering you so much.
If your child is still at the age when they wet the bed it is worth buying bet mats.
Pampers have a very good design, it is very absorbent and unlike plastic sheets, it doesn't crinkle and the kids are not even aware of its presence.
Finally, how much do you need? You can certainly get by with two sets, this allows for one to be in the wash or drying.
If you are choosing two different designs then it is a good idea to keep them similar so you can mix and match pillow and duvet covers if you need to.