This Newness from Cotton On Kids will make your Heart Skip a Beat
Set your alarms, Creatives; there’s a new bedding range from Cotton On KIDS landing early July. And with options that go right up to queen-size beds, even big kids can get a look in on this new collection (let me at it!).
If it’s one thing I always say about kids rooms, it’s that you can find a happy medium between executing a room your little one loves and a space you feel happy with too. It’s bedding like these sets that are just what the decor doctor ordered. With options that tap into sweet dreams and outdoor adventures, both calm and adventurous kids will feel right at home come bedtime.
The 100% cotton bedding collection sits alongside a set of fresh new accessories; wall art designs, cloud and heart-shaped lighting and a few new woven floor rugs as well.
The calmer colour story of the collection features liquorice-striped sheet sets, sorbet coloured polka dot quilt covers and ice cream cushions. The adventurous pieces include adorable safari and outer space themes. My fave has gotta be the rhino-printed quilt covers and pillow cases above- absolutely mind-blowing, don’t you think? The tiger cushions are also stunners.
Cotton On KIDS’ senior product developer, Sarah Lawrence, says that the team are always inspired by a monochromatic colour story with pops of bright hue.
“True to Cotton On KIDS style, our new range is about colour, prints and fun,” Sarah says. “Children’s rooms should be playful and inspiring spaces, and we know kids will love the new designs, while parents will love how affordable the range is”.
All styles are designed to be mixed and matched, with items from the new collection working well with existing products. The collection is available in a range of designs suitable for single, double and queen size beds. Prices start at $14.95 for a piece of wall art through to $69.95 for a queen size quilt cover.
>>> What’s your fave design here? I’d love to know in the comments below. Are your kids into the safari theme? It’s trending pretty hard right now, so I’d love to know if you’re on board.