When I was little there was no such thing as bedding for girls. In fact, when I think about my own bedding of that time, I can picture the images of old and tired comforter that saw better days. Luckily, with thousands of sources, my daughter can enjoy the real girl’s bedding. Moreover, she can choose virtually any print and textiles.
Since there are so many options, some of my clients and readers get confused. So, here I review the online stores for you. Also, you will find some helpful tips on decorating her room.
Shopping is not a chore, have fun!
Most importantly, make sure you have some fun shopping. Even if your girl is only five years old get her excited and involved in decorating her room. When you do so, it will create a special bond and amazing memories.
Choose the color for your girls’ bedding first
When it comes to bedding for girls, color is the first thing to think about. Color scheme for the bedding will affect other color choices of the room. So, clip pictures to a board or if tablet is your best friend use mood boards to amuse her with pretty photos of furniture and accessories from the web. Get inspired by the paint companies’ idea books, such as Benjamin Moore or Sherwin Williams.
Set limit to a couple of options only.
Admire many pictures but show your girl only a couple of images to choose from. It is true that the more selections we have the more confusing it is. Even some of my clients with good color sense get overwhelmed when faced with too many choices.
Think about your overall color scheme in your home.
Choose her bedding to work with what you already have. This does not mean matching. You can work with contrast or complementary colors instead. For example, if the walls of your bedroom are a teal color that goes with brown and gold bedding, purple in your girl’s room will look pretty and fresh.
Here are five resources for bedding that I like:
Cuddletown story goes back to 1973. The name comes from its mission to make all things cozy. They started by just making one product: their trademark down comforters. At first, they sold down comforters directly to their friends. These were the days of the first energy crisis and high oil prices made heating your home very expensive. Down comforters were new to New Englanders, but it didn’t take long for people to catch on to just how cozy and efficient they are. The company has high-quality bedding. Some products are more expensive but you can find many bargains and sales.
Wayfair is in the business of giving customers easy online access to the world’s home stuff in one place. The company believes that options for your home can come from just about anywhere, so they carry over 5,000 brands of products like furniture, lighting, cookware, and everything in between.
3. Anna’s Linens
Headquartered in Costa Mesa, California, Anna’s Linens is the 14th largest retailer of home textiles and home decor items. The company was founded in 1987 and named after the owner’s mother, Anna. A family-run business with more than 3,200 employees, Anna’s currently operated more than 300 stores throughout the country. Anna’s Linens guarantee 100% customer satisfaction on everything they sell. Just the way Mom would have wanted it.
4. The Land of Nod
The Land of Nod is a catalog, internet and retail store company, based in Northbrook, Illinois, specializing in children’s furniture, bedding, and accessories. The company designs the majority of their items themselves.
5. Rosenberry Rooms
Rosenberry Rooms is in business since 2004. It is a three-part business, Rosenberry Rooms, Very Rosenberry blog, and District 17 online design service and store. It is mostly high-end children’s furniture and decor but they have sales often. With a reputation for inspiring products and fresh design, Rosenberry Rooms has become a respected “go-to” brand and favorite resource for designers, celebrities and parents around the world. In addition to being nominated as the “Best Online Nursery Shop” by Pregnancy & Newborn Magazine, this family-owned business has been featured in numerous parenting and design publications, including HGTV.com, Extreme Makeover Home Edition, Vogue.com and more.
I hope that you will find this information helpful and it will save you a lot of time and money.
Remember to enjoy shopping for your kids since they really grow way too fast.
And remember, whether you are shopping for inexpensive bedding for girls or a posh princess set, just don’t forget that it costs much less if you plan ahead.
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