At the end of the day there is nothing like crawling into a bed of clean sheets and snuggling under the covers for a night of hopefully sweet dreams!
Having just moved and redecorated all of the rooms we were given the opportunity to review bedding from the Room To Grow for both Amelia and Ethan (having seen how gorgeous the quality is though I then bought Evie the Unicorn bedding to match their room so will include that in this review too).
I chose to go for the BMX duvet set for Ethans room since his is styles with stripes, blues and cars. This fit in well with his overall theme and he loves it – the cotton is soft and the design is a little more grown up than some of the childrens bed sets available.
Amelia opted for the Pony Show which depicts cute horses and show jumping hurdles etc. One side of the duvet is white with lots of scenes of the rosettes etc and the other is pink floral so has a great contrast when the cover is turned down. Likewise Evies Unicorn set is pale blue with unicorns and fairies and the other side is pink with clouds and rainbows.
I love that you can buy the quilted throws to match and there is so much choice of design too. A lot of the designs have additional bedroom items that match, playhouses, decor etc which is great when styling a new bedroom from scratch.
I know this is totally stereotypical bedding for the boys and girls but I love that these are the ones they chose, I love that my girls are into everything girly, pink and glittery etc while the boys have always loved blues and bikes, mud and dirt! There is a lot of hype around gender neutrality right now but I think as long as the options are there and you are open for choosing either then there is no reason why girls cant be pink and boys blue!
Live and let live and be snuggly warm while doing so I say!
We were kindly sent 2 sets of bedding for the purposes of this review. All views and opinions are our own and genuine (the fact I then went on to buy another set says it all!)
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