Sunday, August 16, 2009

Little Boy Bedding- By Request


Last week Simone left me a comment here asking about my tips for funky bedding for little boys. Something perfect for her toddler, not too babyish but not too grown up. Something stylish? I think so. How about these, Simone?

Red & Blue Stripes with a hint of Cowboy



This stylish ensemble is from one of my favourites- Red Plum Linen. Red and blue stripes will outlast the toddler years and the cowboy print makes it fun. Made in Australia, beautiful quality, stylish prints and lots of custom features you really can't go wrong.

Robot chic with a touch of Orange



Robots are cool. Just ask Tinker, she has a crush on Plex from Yo Gabba Gabba. This gorgeous bedding is from The Land of Nod. An American online store (they ship here don't worry) with really funky bedding, toys and furniture. Tinker has some beautiful cot bedding from here and some really well made toys as well. Big tick from me!


Chesnut Hill in Deep Water

Now this IS cool. Etsy seller Tiptoe Studio creates custom listings for your baby or toddler. So many fabrics to choose from, these feature some of my personal favourites from the very clever Joel Dewberry range. This is perfect for an ultra stylish little boy's room. Once you add some cute toys and little boy furniture I think this is the kind of bedding to last him a very long time.


Cheap & Cheerful Cars


This funky car bedding set is from our favourite bunch of Swedes. IKEA. For $30 you can't go past this cute ensemble for great value for money. Not too heavy with the primary colours and team it with some bespoke cushions and maybe a folded quilt and this will be a bed fit for a prince. Tinker loves cars and trucks, you all know about her funny knock knock joke!

3 comments:

  1. Lovely options.

    I also like www.cottonbox.com.au/productdetail.aspx?productid=5974

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  2. i love them all especially the first one. you have certainly given me some more ideas. thanks carolyn.

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  3. If you want quality Toddler Furniture items, then visit casamodern.com.

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