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4 Children’s Bedding Brands That Make Nap Time Awesome

With winter in full swing, my perfect night involves crawling into bed, snuggling deep under the covers with a hot water bottle, and dreaming the night away between fresh sheets. My sheets are all sorted (thank you very much, IKEA), but I’ve noticed the kids could do with a bit of a makeover. Rather than just heading to Target, I’m thinking something stylish, unique and super colourful. Quilts take up so much space—after all, it’s the perfect opportunity to really bring the room to life (read: get in a few stunning Insta snaps). Here are four local children’s bedding brands that offer something really special.

Kip&Co Australian made children's bedding brand

Kip&Co

Founded in 2012, Kip&Co’s range of range of quilts, linens, and PJs for kids and babies are now cult faves with interior designers and stylists. Their banana jammies, in particular, take cute to the next level.

Dreamers Inc Australian made children's bedding brand

Dreamers Inc

Shimmering goldfish. Metallic beetles. Cotton-candy pigeons. Welcome to the world as seen by Nina and Karen Altman. With a background in design, the pair specialise in children’s sheets that are fabulously exuberant and quietly clever at the very same time.

Goosebumps Australian made children's bedding brand

Goosebumps

If the idea of curling up in the Amazon jungle surrounded by kaleidoscopic critters sounds fun, this is your jam. Think 100% cotton quilts, sheets, and cot sets in riotous colour designed by mum of toddler twins, Inga Rodd.

Feliz Australian made children's bedding brand

Feliz

Hands up if you love simplicity? And colour? And Scandinavian design? Well, you’re in luck. Feliz combines all three into top-notch, easy-care organic cotton bedding that’s quirky, modern, and utterly irresistible.

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