How to choose baby beddingNovember 7, 2016June 17, 2017issybear
 

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    There is a near endless array of baby bedding on the market that includes sets that are gender specific and others that can be used for either a boy or a girl. You can buy each piece separately but if you really think about it, that would be the most expensive way to go. Just as there are ‘bed-in-a-bag’ sets for adults they have them for your nursery as well.

    A bed in a bag set includes sheet, pillow cases, a comforter, shams, and skirts for adult beds. Bed sets for the baby are the same. If you are looking to have your bedding co-ordinate the theme of your nursery then purchase sets. You can purchase single sheets so that you can mix and match your bedding.

    When you are shopping bear in mind that the bedding will be separated by fabric, colors, and styles. Your preferences will no doubt influence your purchase. Do you want cotton, flannel, fleece, or silk? Many parents prefer  cotton or flannel fabric because they are less expensive than silk sheets and are easier to clean.

    The advantages to buying your bedding in sets is that everything already matches. You won’t be mixing fabrics, colors, or themes. With everything in one bag you can actually change the atmosphere of the room with the bedding sets you purchase.

    It is important that you match your bedding with the gender of your child. You wouldn’t want to, for example, saturate your son’s room in pink. In a girl’s room however, it is ok to put blue. Most manufacturers are knowledgeable about current thinking regarding gender and what is believed to be acceptable or not. They tend to know what customers want. You most likely won’t have any trouble finding what you prefer.

     

    Generally accepted themes for boys rooms include airplanes, trucks, or fire engines. Sports is another theme that works well for boys. They are generally designed in bright colors – reds, blues, greens, and oranges.

    Themes for girls could include ballerinas, faeries, Barbie, princess, butterflies, or flowers. Girl’s bedding generally comes in softer colors such as pink, yellow, mauve, blue, and teal among others.

    Non-gender specific themes for bedding include animals, the solar system, favorite characters such as Barney, the Smurfs, Jimmy Neutron, Sponge Bob Square Pants, and others.

    You also have the option of having your crib bedding custom made. There is a chance that you might not find just the right pattern you are looking for. If this is the case you can have someone make you bedding with your exact pattern. If you sew you can create your own bedding sets for your baby. There are even materials in gold and silver to use for your child’s bedding so they can sleep in the lap of luxury.

    As you can see, buying bedding for your baby can be a challenging task. Keep your budget in mind as well as your preferences, so that you can create the perfect theme in your baby’s room with the types of bedding you use.