Quilts for children and babies
Selecting the right duvet for babies and small children is a key element in creating a comfortable sleep environment that supports their healthy development. The size of the duvet plays an important role here because babies grow quickly and comfortable sleep has a positive impact on their daily activity. Below you will find a practical guide to choosing the size of duvets for children and babies.
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Choosing the Perfect Quilt Size for Toddlers
Babies - Safe and Warm Swaddling 0-1 years
For babies, it is important that the covering fits properly, eliminating the risk of covering the baby's face. It is also important that the material is gentle and natural to the baby's skin, avoiding allergens and irritating materials. Our recommendation and a good choice for children aged 0-1 is to buy a sleeping bag, it is the safest for such tiny children and they do not need a pillow.
Preschool Children - From Little Bed to Big World 1-5 years old
For preschool children, it is worth investing in larger quilts, for example 100x135 cm, and for the first flat pillow, choose size 40x60. This gives the child more freedom of movement and comfort while sleeping. It is also recommended to choose hypoallergenic materials that will not irritate the child's delicate skin, especially if the child is prone to allergies.
Universal Sizes - Flexibility for the Future
As children grow quickly, it is worth considering purchasing universal sized duvets. Models with dimensions of 90x120 cm and 100x135 cm can serve as an excellent first solution because they fit most children's beds and at the same time leave some space for possible growth. For older children (over 5 years old), we offer slightly larger duvets, the ideal choice will be sizes 135x200 and 140x200, and a pillow size 40x60 or 50x60.
Safety and Comfort - Priority for little ones
Regardless of size, the key aspect of choosing a duvet for children and babies is their safety. Make sure that the duvet fits the bed properly, avoiding unnecessary protruding elements that may pose a threat to the baby. The materials should be soft, easy to clean and free from irritating substances.