Funky fabrics, swish swirls and pretty patterns: we've been making our kids' beds and lying in them thanks to these quilts, blankets and sheets.
Nothing makes or breaks a kid’s bedroom quicker than a Scooby-Doo duvet for a teenager or a dull grey sheet for a toddler. We’ve already sourced gorgeous posters and canvas creations for the walls, and know exactly where to go for a spiffy rug, so now we’re turning our minds to snazzy sheets, beautiful blankets and divine duvets. Bedding for kids? We’ve got it sussed.
The best bedding for kids in Singapore
100% cotton and 100% stylish is what you can expect from the huge range of bedding at Deer Industries (above). We’re long-time fans of its clean lines and cool prints. And we have a slight (okay, big) crush on its duvet covers that feature everything from monochrome penguins and giant dinos to flamenco dancers and campervans. (Top tip: this place sells the best baby gifts too if you have a pregnant friend!)
Where: 315 Outram Rd, #07-05 Tan Boon Liat Building, Singapore 169074
If ever there was a bedding range designed for the Singapore climate, Good Earth is it. We picked up some of its dohar’s (summer blankets) in Delhi many moons ago and since then we’ve been ordering its gorgeous homeware and bedding whenever we load up its website for a ‘quick look’. We’re loving the Sher Bacche range right now for toddlers and younger kids, and the muslin quilts are perfect for keeping kids cool while they sleep. It’s based in India, but shipping is quick at just 10 to 12 working days. Warning: it’s hard to stop at just the bedding! We’re just putting this right here: homewares…
Where: Good Earth, online only
Another affordable online option, Next is chockablock with colours, styles and prints for kids of all ages. Delivery is generally fast (allow extra time due to Covid delays) and $10 delivery, so why not pop the matching curtains and lampshades in your order too? It’s also one of our fave picks for awesome kids’ clothes, so go wild we say!
Where: Next, online only
Cuckoo Little Lifestyle
Cosy quilted-quilts in swish patterns and 100% cotton printed hand-quilted blankets add a touch of class to bedrooms and nurseries all over Singapore, thanks to Cuckoo Little Lifestyle. These are bedding sets you’re going to want to snuggle down in with the kids for lengthy bedtime reading sessions, trust us. Also: canopies. Gorgeous!
Where: Cuckoo Little Lifestyle, Block, 6B Dempsey Rd, Singapore 247662
Bed Bath and Beyond
Don’t sleep on Bed Bath and Beyond! This US-based store has gorgeous bedding for kids that you’ll want in. Opt for the simple Crayola microfibre sheet set, or kit the young ‘uns bed with some threads from UGG. We especially love the Milo Bedding and Pillow Collection that looks lush with its fun celestial theme.
The best part? You don’t have to worry about shipping fees or a long wait time because there’s a Bed Bath and Beyond store in Singapore. Score!
Where: Bed Bath and Beyond, 332/343 Temasek Blvd, #02-325/331 Suntec City, 038983
Take a trip to Ikea for kids’ bedding! And while you’re there don’t forget to stockpile essential meatballs, lunchboxes and tea towels. This is wallet-friendly decor at its best, and with so many bright prints and fun fabrics to choose from, you’ll definitely find the perfect pick for kids of all ages. Even fussy teens.
Where: Ikea, Alexandra and Tampines locations
One of our favourite children’s store ever, Kids Haven has adorable bedding sets for the kiddos. From fire engines and dinosaurs to unicorns, sea pirates and plenty of other options, we’re sure the kids will find a bedding sheet that they like!
Where: Kids Haven, at 25 Playfair Rd, Singapore 367992 and 3 Gateway Dr, #04-14 Westgate, Singapore 608532
Bold and beautiful bedding galore is what you can expect from British homeware stalwart, John Lewis. Whether your kiddos want a Marvel-themed quilt or an elephant parade doona, there are so many fabulous prints to choose from you won’t know where to start. Shipping takes around 3-7 working days and quilt sets start from around $30. Hurrah!
Where: John Lewis, online only
Top image: Deer Industries