My boys room makeover is so fun, and I’m excited to share it with you!
We recently switched our boys bedding over to Beddy’s, and it has made our life easier (and prettier). I have been admiring these bedding sets for some time now, so I am excited to be partnering together!
I am not sure what my boys do at night in their beds, but this is how I used to find them in the morning.
Sheets and bedding were everywhere. Making their beds not only took forever in the mornings, but it never looked great (as hard as they tried).
Our new Beddy’s makes our mornings much less chaotic (while saving time) with just a zip! Beddy’s are all-in-one bedding. The sheet, blanket and comforter are all attached and placed on your bed like a fitted sheet.
The boys have Beddy’s. Game On set. Beddy’s has so many gorgeous bedding sets to choose from, but I love the navy and white stripes for my boys’ space.
When the cover is unzipped (with the easy-to-grip zipper), there is an incredibly soft minky fabric on the inside.
I love the fun and unexpected sheet patterns that accompany each Beddy’s set.
All of the bedding includes decorative shames and fitted pillowcases (which keep your pillows nice and tucked in).
All Beddy’s are handmade, and they are perfect for both kids and adults (comes in every size from toddler to king). This bedding is also great for those with special needs.
I washed the bedding with no problems. Beddy’s fit comfortably in my washing machine and dryer.
You can see in the video below how easy it is for kids to get ready for bed and make their beds using Beddy’s:
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Mornings go a little smoother now thanks to Beddy’s., and now my daughter is dying to have a set of her own!
My little guys are growing up, and I now have a preteen and a teen. See how their room has been updated HERE!
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