Kid's Bedding Part 2

I wrote about my issues with the lack of well-priced, good quality kids bedding back in June.  I have some good news. I'm going to tell you about my happy find... at Target no less!

I mentioned that P's first bedding set was from Dwell, the "real" stuff not the Target line.  It wore terribly. In the end I was glad it was a gift.  I would have been very disappointed to have spent so much for so little quality.  

So you can imagine my surprise when I found myself so happy over Dwell's Target line.  A few months ago I bought two Target Dwell fitted crib sheets for P's bed .  I've loved them both very much.  The designs are fantastic! They are getting a lot of wear and washes and holding up remarkably.  They are also incredibly soft. I'm loving the quality of the material. And best of all they are easy to put on.  The pockets are deep and the elastic is great.  Anyone who has had to change sheets at 3am can tell you what a HUGE bonus this is! 

Get a load of the design above! I love it for P!  It's pink without being infantile.  I made the duvet from a fabric panel I bought at Target 3 years ago. I think the sheet goes beautifully with it. Don't you think? It was this design that suckered me into trying Target Dwell and I'm really glad I did.

P is still using her Ikea crib that converted to a toddler bed.  I'm holding out as long as possible to buy a regular size bed because I'd like to get P this Room and Board bunk.  It's pricey but it will transition well into the teen years.  I can only imagine the rest of Dwell's Target line is just as good. I hope so because they'll be my first choice for doing a twin bunk bed. 

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kriselkeeper: Kid's Bedding Part 2

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Kid's Bedding Part 2

I wrote about my issues with the lack of well-priced, good quality kids bedding back in June.  I have some good news. I'm going to tell you about my happy find... at Target no less!

I mentioned that P's first bedding set was from Dwell, the "real" stuff not the Target line.  It wore terribly. In the end I was glad it was a gift.  I would have been very disappointed to have spent so much for so little quality.  

So you can imagine my surprise when I found myself so happy over Dwell's Target line.  A few months ago I bought two Target Dwell fitted crib sheets for P's bed .  I've loved them both very much.  The designs are fantastic! They are getting a lot of wear and washes and holding up remarkably.  They are also incredibly soft. I'm loving the quality of the material. And best of all they are easy to put on.  The pockets are deep and the elastic is great.  Anyone who has had to change sheets at 3am can tell you what a HUGE bonus this is! 

Get a load of the design above! I love it for P!  It's pink without being infantile.  I made the duvet from a fabric panel I bought at Target 3 years ago. I think the sheet goes beautifully with it. Don't you think? It was this design that suckered me into trying Target Dwell and I'm really glad I did.

P is still using her Ikea crib that converted to a toddler bed.  I'm holding out as long as possible to buy a regular size bed because I'd like to get P this Room and Board bunk.  It's pricey but it will transition well into the teen years.  I can only imagine the rest of Dwell's Target line is just as good. I hope so because they'll be my first choice for doing a twin bunk bed. 

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