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Frequently Asked Kids Comforters Questions

Kids Comforters by Ashley
Decorating a kid’s room can be a challenge. But with premium designs and materials, Ashley makes it easy to find the perfect pieces that suit your home, your child and their unique style personality. From kids canvas art to throw pillows to kids comforters, you won’t find a selection of kids’ decor that compares in price and quality.

What are the Best Comforter Materials?
Comforters come in a range of fabrics that can truly emphasize the look and design of your space. If your child’s room has rustic elements or is bohemian chic, comforters and kids duvet covers made of natural textiles with strong weaves, like cotton, linen and hemp, emphasize the homey and earthy elements inherent in this style of decor. If you need durability, synthetic fabrics are easy to wash and can last for many years. If you have more traditional or contemporary tastes, you can never go wrong with kids down comforter. This workhorse piece is breathable enough to keep kids cool in the summer, yet warm enough for chilly nights in the winter. With today’s range and variety of textile materials, you can truly find a combination of designs and fabric that suit your child’s specific needs.

What Style Comforter for My Child's Room?
When purchasing kids comforters, you’ll find that they come in sets or singles. These options give you the opportunity to get bedding that looks great without a lot of thought or presents you with the chance to mix and match items that you currently own for your child’s bed. These sets often come with a comforter and a pillowcase but larger sets will include a bed skirt and throw pillows. If you prefer owning only the essentials, buying single comforters are a great choice since it allows you to keep your linen closets clean and mess-free

Best Kids Comforter Colors and Patterns for Different Styles?
The easiest way to create a cohesive kids room starts with color and pattern. Sticking to one color family is a simple and elegant way to decorate a room without creating an imbalanced look. If you want your kid’s room to be more adventurous, you can try your hand at mixing your kids cotton comforter or quilts in complementary color families like blue and orange, purple and yellow, red and green, etc. However, if you’re apprehensive but still want to get this look, the easiest way to mix and match is to search for different textures and styles of textiles in neutral colors. Another helpful tip is to stick to certain colors depending on your child’s interior design style. Sporty kids rooms generally feature red, blue and yellow textiles. While nautical rooms have a wide variety of blues with pops of red. Whimsical and eclectic styled rooms will feature a variety of colors that are dependent on the child’s unique preference. Need inspiration? Check out this blog.