The 11 Best Places to Buy Kids Bedding Online in 2021

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Our Top Picks

The Company Store

"We love this store's high-quality bedding in fun prints, especially the adorable animal designs."

Pottery Barn Kids

"A go-to retailer to find crisp bedding featuring your kids' favorite characters."

Crate & Kids

"This store features playful prints and easy mix-and-match solids."

Bed Bath & Beyond

"A great place to find the name-brand bedding you love."

West Elm

"The store is stocked with whimsical and playful styles that adults will covet, too."

Brooklinen

"The well-regarded brand offers soft and chic kids' bedding in gorgeous vintage prints."

Modern Nursery

"Find a fun selection of bedding for babies, toddlers, and kids."

Garnet Hill

"Known for their flannel, this store features soft and sophisticated kids' bedding you'll love."

Amazon

"A one-stop-shop for all your kids' bedding needs."

Macy's

"The place to go for deals on name-brand bedding."

Target

"You'll find cool, understated, and affordable bedding, both online and in stores."

When it comes to finding the best kids bedding for your little ones (and teenagers!), comfort, color, and durability are key. And since you’re shopping online, you can choose from lots of bedding styles at a range of prices. Think: affordable basics like solid sheet sets and duvet covers, or playful throw pillows and designs featuring your kids' favorite characters. We've researched online retailers that offer kid's styles, giving you comfy and colorful options to help babies, kids, and teens cuddle up in the room of their dreams.

Below, discover the best places to buy kids bedding both you and your little ones will love.

The Company Store

The Company Store
What We Like
  • Lots of adorable animal prints

  • High-quality fabrics

What We Don't Like
  • A bit pricey for kids' bedding

Dogs and llamas and elephants, oh my! Our favorite sheet sets and bedding from The Company Store's offering of kids bedding has to be their adorable animal prints. We love any decor and bedding that promises high-quality and brings the fun, which you'll get with The Company Store's percale bedding for kids. 

Pottery Barn Kids

Pottery Barn Kids
What We Like
  • Bedding features characters from Disney, Harry Potter, and more

  • Wide range of bedding for babies and kids in fun colors and prints

What We Don't Like
  • You might be jealous of your kid's bedding

Sure, Pottery Barn Kids will have all the classic, crisp children's bedding you'd expect from the brand, but what we especially love for kids are their sheet sets featuring beautiful (subtle!) illustrations from some of their favorite books and movies like Harry Potter and Frozen. 

Crate & Kids

Crate&Kids
What We Like
  • Playful prints and solid colors you can mix and match

  • Sophisticated options that kids can use for years

What We Don't Like
  • Design-forward bedding might not appeal to kids

Crate & Kids—the shop-in-shop for children from Crate & Barrel—has bedtime covered with its extensive selection of kids bedding. From sheets and duvet inserts to quilts and blankets, you'll find playful prints and easy to mix-and-match solids that can grow with your little ones. From stars and dinosaurs to trucks and mermaids and all kinds of nautical creatures—these bedding sets will inspire sweet dreams, no question.

Bed Bath & Beyond

Bed Bath & Beyond 
What We Like
  • Great source for brand-name bedding

  • Easy-to-use search filters

What We Don't Like
  • Limited baby bedding

Bed Bath & Beyond is a great source for brands you know like DKNY, Marvel, Minions, and even Pendleton. (Yes, they have a kids collection!) We love how easy it is to narrow down your search on BB&B's website by brand, life stage, and bedding size, of course. They also offer free shipping on orders over $39, along with having frequent sales and coupon offerings.

West Elm

West Elm 
What We Like
  • Modern kids' bedding in sophisticated colors and prints

  • Versatile options your kids can use for years

What We Don't Like
  • Design-forward bedding might not appeal to all kids

Is it wrong that we'd totally use West Elm's selection of modern kids bedding in our own, adult rooms? If it is, we don't want to be right! West Elm offers an array of sheet sets, duvet covers, and quilts that can serve as a sophisticated, welcoming canvas for your kids rooms' more whimsical and playful stuff like toys and artwork. We also love that these bedding sets can also work for older kids and even teens, extending the life of your purchase.

Brooklinen

Brooklinen Brooklittles
Courtesy of Brooklinen.
What We Like
  • Vintage prints and bright colors

  • Easy-to-gift bundles

What We Don't Like
  • Limited selection

The Brooklittles Collection from Brooklinen features the same high quality and comfort you've come to expect from the online retailer, but everything in this collection is made with kids in mind. There are sheets, quilts, and baby bundles with a swaddle set, crib sheets, and quilt in one easy-to-gift package. The collection features beautiful vintage prints discovered at The Design Library, with a mix of bright pastel, neon, and neutral color options that will make your toddler's room look oh-so-chic.

Modern Nursery

Modern Nursery
What We Like
  • Great options for babies and toddlers

What We Don't Like
  • The focus on matching items might be too much for some

Along with having all kinds of necessities for baby, Modern Nursery offers a fun selection of bedding for toddlers and kids, too. Some of the styling on their website is a little over the top—we don't think you need to match your curtains, rug, and bedding all in the same print—but you can mix and match to create the look you're after in your kids' room.

Garnet Hill

 Garnett Hill
What We Like
  • Known for their flannel bedding

  • Glow-in-the-dark bedding

What We Don't Like
  • Limited selection

Along with a really nice selection of soft and sophisticated kids bedding options (they're known for their flannel), Garnet Hill has something we haven't seen from other online retailers: sheets with glow-in-the-dark designs! Yes! The flannel sheet set, duvet cover and pillow cases all feature cute illustrated rocket ships that glow when the lights go out. How cool is that!?

Amazon

Amazon
What We Like
  • Tons of character-based bedding

  • Affordable options with fast shipping

  • Easy-to-use search filters

What We Don't Like
  • Can be overwhelming to sort through options

We know, we know—you can find literally anything on Amazon these days. So if you're looking for a bit of a one-stop-shop for outfitting your kids' room and bed, it's a great option. With Prime, you can even have your purchases in just two days. Amazon has tons of character-based bedding your kids will love from movies and TV shows they're obsessed with like Moana, Cars, and Super Mario Brothers. Plus a huge selection of more timeless designs from brands like Urban Habitat, Highbuy, and Sweet Jojo. 

Macy's

 Macy's
What We Like
  • Frequent deals on name-brand bedding

  • A great place to buy furniture for babies and kids

What We Don't Like
  • Not as many sophisticated styles for older kids

Because of their frequent sales and amazing deals, we always recommend checking out Macy's when shopping for home goods and bedding. You'll often find popular brands like Ink+Ivy, Marvel, Disney, and Star Wars marked down to killer prices. They offer a good mix of super-youthful and playful character bedding from movies as well as more classic, grow-with-them colors and patterns.

Target

Striped quilt and polka dot bedding from target
Target
What We Like
  • Lots of options for babies, kids, and teens

  • Wide range of styles and colors

What We Don't Like
  • Prices vary

No surprise here, but Target is a great resource for kids bedding when you don't want to spend a fortune. If you're looking for cool and understated, they've got it. If you're looking for cute and themed, they have collections for that, too. Throw pillows shaped like foxes, tents that make a bed feel like a fort, and bedding covered in their favorite characters are all available. Its in-house brand Pillowfort is one of our favorite collections for bedding—it is the perfect blend of childhood whimsy and works-for-the-whole-house style.

Why Trust The Spruce?

This article was edited and researched by Cristina Sanza, a lifestyle writer specializing in home products and organization hacks. To keep our retail selections current and help you find the best kids' bedding, she reads customer reviews, third-party articles, and brand websites.

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