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Quilts, blankets and duvets not only add style to bedrooms, but also function as a way to keep kids warm at night. Whether you have a baby or a teen, these ideas can transform the look of a room while keeping little ones cozy. — Maria from Bicultural Mama
For the kid who loves outer space, this duvet cover features all eight planets, some rocket ships and stitched paths of all their orbits.
Featuring lovable Winnie the Pooh and pals appliqués and honey bees, this vintage-inspired quilt is heirloom quality. You can personalize it to make it extra special for baby.
I love that this bedding is cute and functional. The fitted duvet prevent kids from kicking it off at night. It's also easy for kids to make the bed because they just pull the fitted duvet over the mattress.
Crib bumpers are a safety hazard, so this crib set is bumper-free and comes with a sheet that features side panels to provide the look of crib bumpers instead.
The Wabbit organic cotton blanket provides a cute and ecofriendly way to keep kids warm. It's made from GOTS-certified organic cotton and non-toxic dyes.
Kids love playing Angry Birds, and now they can even wear an Angry Bird!
I like that this Mickey Mouse–inspired sheet set pays tribute to the iconic mouse without blatantly huge in-your-face designs. The outlines are simple yet stylish.
These fleece critter throws are so adorable that kids will just want to hug them. The warm animal hoods will keep little heads warm.
The Nevo organic crib blanket/comforter features a playful animal design.
Hello Kitty fans, rejoice! This Hello Kitty comforter will brighten up any kids' room. It features peace symbols, hearts and dots in fun bold colors.
Baby or toddler allergic to down feathers? Check out this down-free comforter in a stitched design of moons and stars or hearts and ribbons.
Kids love polka dots because they're just so fun. Check out this polka dot bedding that comes in bold mix-and-match colors. It's great for younger kids, as well tweens and teens.
CuddleUppets are blankets that are also puppets. They provide kids with warmth and fun at the same time — it's like a toy and blanket in one.
For dinosaur fans, this quilted bedding is stylish, fun and classic at the same time. Soothing sage and brown can blend with existing color palettes in the room. It can also be personalized.
It all started on TV with infomercials — it's the wearable blanket with sleeves! As a bonus, it also includes slipper socks with nonskid soles.
Great for babies, these teddy bear plush blankets can be embroidered with the baby's name or birthday.
Your little athlete will appreciate this personalized blanket featuring their favorite sport. It's available in 15 sports designs, several colors and can be personalized with your child's name.
This personalized ladybug nap mat is great at grandma's house, day care or home. It includes an attached fleece blanket and pillow for easy transporting and pack up.
Being a blanket and teether in one gives this teddy bear added value. It makes rattle, crinkle and squeak sounds to engage babies and features dangling rings for little hands to grab to practice motor skills. Also, the teethers on teddy's hands help soothe baby.
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