When it comes time to redecorate your toddler's room, spruce up your tween's space, or dress up your college kid's dorm room, Overstock has everything you need to complete the job with its selection of kids' bed-in-a-bag sets. From toddler to king, these sets come in various sizes to fit any mattress, while color options span the rainbow to let you choose a set that suits the existing decor. Bed-in-a-bag sets in a range of patterns let kids express their personalities, and high-quality materials provide a comfortable place to lay their heads. Machine-washable bed-in-a-bag sets for kids make laundering and care easy for parents. Shop sets from popular brands such as Marvel, Disney, Nickelodeon, PBS Kids, and Mattel to find the bed-in-a-bag that's perfect for your child, and choose from four-, five-, seven-, or eight-piece sets to get all the coordinated bedding pieces to complete the room. Learn more about the bed-in-a-bag patterns, materials, and sets available, and get the answers to some common questions.
Bed-in-a-bag sets with character themes get your little ones excited about bedtime. If your little guy is a huge fan of super heroes, Spider-Man, Batman, and Avengers sets make perfect choices, while My Little Pony, Sofia the First, and Elena of Avalor sets are ideal for your little princess. For kids who are fans of the classics, Lion Guard, Mickey Mouse, and Peanuts sets fit the bill. For the character-loving tweens in your life, you can't go wrong with Emoji Pals, Shopkins, Star Wars, and Jurassic World bed-in-a-bag sets.
Novelty sets let kids show off their unique sense of style through their bedding choices. Bed-in-a-bag sets with shooting stars or planets cater to your little astronomer, while pink flamingos or pastel toucans bring a feminine vibe to a room that's still whimsical enough for a child. Floral patterns in vibrant shades help create a sophisticated space for your growing tween.
From playful to sophisticated, bed-in-a-bag sets with all-over animal prints bring your child's room to life with bold colors and fun designs. Little girls love sets with pastel elephants, cats, and butterflies, while little guys go wild for alligators, dinosaurs, and lions. Perfect for your teen, bed-in-a-bag sets with leopard- and zebra-print patterns are fantastically fierce.
The most popular fabric for bedding, cotton is breathable, soft, and affordable. Thanks to its durability and easy laundering, cotton is great for kids' bedding. Since it's a natural fabric, cotton can keep your little one cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Its hypoallergenic qualities also make it a perfect choice if your child has sensitivities.
Polyester is a man-made fabric. While it's not super-soft like cotton, polyester is popular for bedding because of its affordability. Like cotton, polyester launders easily, yet it has the advantage of being more resistant to wrinkling than cotton. The durable fabric is a fine choice for kids' bedding because it retains its shape and appearance over time.
Made from finely woven polyester, this synthetic fabric is highly durable. It holds up well to washing and retains its shape better than many other materials. Microfiber is soft to the touch and is relatively affordable when used for bedding. Microfiber does require more frequent laundering because of its tendency to absorb dirt and oils, and it may be too warm for your little one during the hotter months.
Four-piece bed-in-a-bag sets contain one comforter, one fitted sheet, one flat sheet, and one pillowcase. These sets are often found in twin sizes, with themes that range from Star Wars to Moana. Four-piece bed sets are also available for toddler beds, with styles such as Thomas the Tank Engine, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Daniel Tiger, and Strawberry Shortcake.
Five-piece Kids' Bed In A Bags Sets
Bed-in-a-bag sets with five pieces often contain one comforter, one fitted sheet, one flat sheet, one pillowcase, and one sham. These sets typically are designed to fit twin-size beds. Alternately, a five-piece set designed to fit a full-size bed may contain one comforter, one fitted sheet, one flat sheet, and two standard-size pillowcases.
Seven-piece Kids' Bed In A Bags Sets
A seven-piece bed-in-a-bag set contains one comforter, one fitted sheet, one flat sheet, two pillowcases, and two shams. These sets are designed to fit full-, queen-, or king-size beds. The addition of extra pillowcases and shams gives your child's bed an inviting look.
Eight-piece Kids' Bed In A Bags Sets
An eight-piece bed-in-a-bag set contains one comforter, one fitted sheet, one flat sheet, two pillowcases, two shams, and one decorative pillow. The decorative pillow ties in with the bedding's theme for a put-together look. Bed-in-a-bag sets with eight pieces typically are designed to fit full-size beds.
Eleven-piece Kids' Bed In A Bags Sets
Going one step beyond a bed-in-a-bag, colorful and creative eleven-piece sets from Crayola offer your child a bedroom in a box. For the bed, these sets include one comforter, one fitted sheet, one flat sheet, two pillowcases, two shams, and a plush pillow. For a cohesive look that spans the room, these sets also come with two curtain panels and a functional box ottoman for seating and storage.
Kids' Bed-in-a-Bag Set FAQ
What size is toddler bedding?
Toddler beds hold mattresses that measure 27 inches in width by 52 inches in length. These mattresses are the same size as crib mattresses. The fitted sheets in toddler bedding sets are designed to fit this size mattress, and comforters often measure between 40 and 60 inches in length, depending on the manufacturer.
What is the proper way to put a flat sheet on a child’s bed?
The main purpose of a flat sheet is to provide a clean, crisp, finished appearance on a bed. After putting the fitted sheet on your child's mattress, lay the flat sheet with the pattern side down on top of the fitted sheet. Tuck the bottom and the lower sides (about three-quarters of the way up) of the flat sheet under the mattress. Place your child's comforter on top, then fold the flat sheet back, over the top of the comforter, to reveal its decorative side. Add pillows and shams, and voila! Your little one's cozy nest awaits.
What is the difference between a pillowcase and a sham?
While pillowcases and shams are similar in appearance, they serve different purposes and their designs vary in several ways. Pillowcases cover the pillows that are used for sleeping. They are open at one end and protect the pillow from becoming soiled. Pillow shams are designed for decorative use. You insert the pillow through an opening on the back, which is usually covered with a flap closure. Many shams feature a flange or ruffle on all four sides for added flair.