19 Fun Duvet Covers For Kids
It doesn’t take a floor-to-ceiling makeover to bring a totally new look to a child’s bedroom. Give their tired space a quick update with any one of these scene-stealing duvet covers.
The new forest green colorway of Marimekko’s iconic Unikko pattern feels thoroughly fresh — 52 years after it was first designed by Maija Isola in 1964.
Ferm Living’s Robots bedding has a friendly vintage vibe, while Little Auggie takes a subtler approach with their Robot March.
A boho look is eternally chic for tween and teen girls’ rooms. These two pretty patterns — Mahazar by John Robshaw (left) and Plum & Bow Sofia Block from Urban Outfitters (right) — call to mind the iconic tree of life pattern.
The Float pattern by Chicago artist Cody Hudson for Unison is fun and sophisticated — a pattern that will carry a little one through the years.
Nothing says sunny weather like a glass of just-squeezed lemonade — and the Farmer’s Market bedding from the Land of Nod offers up a bushel of the zesty citrus to get you started. (If you’re more of a blueberry or strawberry fan, those are here, too!)
West Elm’s Woodgrain Ikat combines two distinct patterns into one striking look.
The Land of Nod’s Fable bedding is a scaled-back version of the flamboyant Otomi textiles from indigenous peoples in Mexico’s central plateau.
The pixelated rainbow pattern on Ikea’s Flyga bedding feels like a marriage between Elmer the Elephant and Minecraft.
Add graphic contemporary style in soothing tones with the Sleepy duvet cover in Jade designed by Copenhagen architect Michaela Weisskirchner-Barfod.
Little Auggie’s Natasha duvet cover reimagines iconic Russian Matryoshka dolls in delicate pastels for a fun but calming look in the bedroom.
While the palette of Bed’s Best Friend is simple black and white, the pattern is frisky and lighthearted.
Plaid bedding patterns are a dime a dozen. RH Baby & Child’s Washed Classic Plaid stands out for its quiet, vintagey palette and pattern. Use it in a cottage or cabin bedroom for a campy or collegiate look.
Cars and trucks have long intrigued little ones. Ferm Living’s Rush Hour pattern makes these tried-and-true symbols feel crisp and seriously graphic.
Dress a child’s bed in the green colorway of Pottery Barn Kids’ Organic Breton Stripe, and it’ll feel like a bracing spring wind blowing right through the room.
RH Teen’s Airbrushed duvet cover in Blue brings a quiet waterside serenity to the bedroom.
The Lattice Lime duvet by Aura harnesses the power of neon to brighten up a room.
Big, bold fruit on a white ground — in Serena & Lily’s Cherry pattern — adds a burst of color in a white room.
Magical Thinking’s Archery Arrows duvet cover for Urban Outfitters puts a fun spin on solid navy bedding.
What do you get when you mix rainbows and pompoms? One of the most cheerful bedding patterns ever designed: DwellStudio’s Pom Pom! The rainbow chevrons are hand-appliquéd and embroidered, so the look reads delicate and handmade as opposed to hokey.