>> Kids' Bedding on Marketplace
In the last few years, it's become a lot easier to find modern bedding for kids. Designers and entrepreneurs like Christiane Lemieux (DwellStudio), Serena Dugan and Lily Kanter (Serena and Lily), and Rebecca Yaker (Hazel and Melvin) have each put their own, unique stamps on the world of childrens' design. For the full list of places to find cool bedding for kids, click below.
- Dwell Studios: The colorful, always "au courant" designs really do distinguish this kid and baby bedding from the crowd. Launched in 1999 in "an effort to bring modern textile design to the world of home", it has grown over the past decade and now encompasses many different product areas including Dwellbaby, Dwellkids and Dwelltable.
- EcoBaby Organics: With an unapologetically unstylish website, Ecobaby brings you the best in all that is good, both environmentally and humanely. Specializing in all of those things that go close to your skin, they are experts in the realm of beds, bedding, towels, diapers, sling carriers and cleaning products.
- Garnet Hill: This is the time of year we really appreciate flannel sheets. Our favorite source for them is Garnet Hill which is one of the first places we look for basic (but beautiful) bedding.
- Mill Valley Baby & Kids Company: A small boutique with unique products, we think Mill Valley Baby and Kids Company does a great job of editing. They have a few of our favorite bedding companies available including Serena and Lily Children's Linens, Room Threads, and Boodalee.
- Nat and Helen's: You'll find organic and sustainable bedding at Nat and Helen's. The selection isn't huge but the owner takes pride in the quality of the goods and companies she does offer.
- Hazel and Melvin: Quirky in a good way. There isn't an item we don't covet from this Minneapolis-based online shop, run by designer Rebecca Yaker. Her items exude handmade charm but don't look homemade.
- Modern Kid Canada: The parents who run the store carry pretty much everything you might be looking for, but carefully edit their finds to make sure they meet their criteria: benefit your child's development, are made of high-quality materials, are thoughtfully designed, and visually interesting and innovative.
- Mason & Matisse: If you're craving modern design for children yet find local resources too traditional for your taste you can head to Mason & Matisse. One of their strengths is their large selection of colorful, modern bedding including many organic choices.
- Finn's Finds: Finn's Finds has recently opened their proverbial doors as an online retailer offering a well edited selection of designer brands from places like Paris, Holland and Denmark that won’t break the bank.
- Modern Nursery: This online store was the brainchild of San Francisco mom Trish Meyler, who wanted to find a way to combine her internet background and love of modern design into a store that features items that are unique in style.
Photo: Owls Duvet Set from DwellStudio