Kids and Teens Queen Size Bedding Sets
Bedding sets for kids and teens consist of multiple pieces that coordinate in color and style. A queen size comforter set usually includes a warm blanket, a comforter or quilt, a flat sheet, and a fitted sheet, all large enough for a queen size bed; they may also come with additional pieces such as pillowcases or throw pillows. Comforter sets come in a wide array of colors and designs to brighten up any child or teen's bedroom.What materials are kids' and teens' bedding sets made from?
- Cotton and cotton blends: Cotton and cotton blends are the standard for most types of bedding. Cotton and cotton blends come in a full range of colors and designs for comforter sets for girls and boys.
- Microfiber: All of the pieces of a comforter set for girls or boys can also be made from microfiber. Microfiber is a blend of polyesters and polyamides that is knit or woven into a soft material.
- Flannel: Flannel is a type of cotton that is thick and woven into a fabric. A quilt with a flannel backing will be soft and warm.
- Comforter: A comforter is a thick blanket that goes on top of a mattress. A comforter contains the cover and blanket all in one piece of bedding.
- Pillow and sham: A pillow or pillow sham may be included in a bedding set for kids or teens.
- Bedskirt: A bedskirt sits between the box spring of the bed and the mattress. This piece of bedding covers the box spring and the bottom of the bed frame.
- Quilt or blankets: Quilts may come in sets for girls' or boys' beds. These covers for the bed are thick blankets with two layers of fabric, a layer of fiber in between, and stitches of durable thread that quilt the layers together. The quilt often takes the place of a comforter on top of a bed.
- Sheets: A flat sheet for the bed's mattress and a fitted sheet are typically part of a comforter set for kids and teens.
When looking for sheets or sheet sets that are part of a comforter set, thread count is an important consideration. The thread count of a sheet set refers to the number of threads that are woven together in one square inch of the fabric. The higher the thread count of the child or teen's bedding, the softer it will feel against the skin.