Twin bedding by Serena and Lily Marni
I am looking for more suggestions for twin bedding for girls. Not cutesy pink all over…something more sophisticated she can grow into. Thanks for your suggestions! -Lisa

Hi Lisa,

We’ve featured a bunch of great girls’ twin bedding options in past posts, and found a few new ones too.

Bright and sunshiny, Serena & Lily’s Marni Collection (at top) brings such a cheerful pop of color to her bedroom, you may not even mind all the toys strewn across the floor. The yellow duvet pairs nicely with Berry Gobi Embroidered Sheets, though it’d be pretty with plain crisp white sheets too.

Dwell Paper Dolls girls' twin bedding

Dwell Home Furnishings has a lot of bedding options for girls like this Paper Dolls Duvet. The colors and not-too-cutesy paper doll images can transition her from toddler to bigger girl nicely. (at Arte Bebe)

Dwell Zinnia twin bedding

We also love Dwell’s Zinnia  pattern with its bold repeating zinnia pattern in shapes of gray and pink. It’s floral without the froufrou. (at Fawn & Forest)

Kukunest bedding

Playful dots and multicultural dolls on Kuku Nest’s Little Friends bedding are perfect now, and when she’s no longer into dolls, just grab a new pillowcase to go with the pretty dotted sheets.

Area sheets

Area Linen Shop’s FLOW lilac pattern doesn’t have a hint of pink on it, yet the bold, curvy flower shapes and accents of lilac color is feminine enough for a little girl’s room. There are tons of lovely prints at this shop worth browsing.

Winter Water Factory Bedding

Is she into blue? We love Winter Water Factory’s organic Here’s a Dot, There’s a Dot bedding. The dots are youthful and fun, while the color is oh, so cool and will pair well with so many accent colors, from bold reds and oranges, to softer lavenders or even gray. (at Land of Nod)

For more kids’ bedding options, please search our archives under Bedding and Blankets.

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