Disney Frozen 2 Girl’s Bedding Set, 4-Piece

Last updated date: September 17, 2020

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Disney Frozen 2 Girl’s Bedding Set, 4-Piece

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We looked at the top Girls' Bedding Sets and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Girls' Bedding Set you should buy.

Update as March 3, 2021:
Checkout The Best Girls’ Bedding Set for a detailed review of all the top girls' bedding sets.

Overall Take

In this set, you'll get a comforter and sheets fit for a crib-size mattress, along with a matching pillowcase. A scene from "Frozen" is depicted in this set in bright, vivid colors, making it a great way to liven up any bedroom. The sheets are made from a soft 100% polyester material that will keep kids comfortable while they sleep.

In our analysis, the Disney Disney Frozen 2 Girl's Bedding Set, 4-Piece placed 1st when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Make bed time a magical adventure with the Disney frozen 2 forest spirit 4 Piece Toddler Bed Set, featuring your favorite characters from Disney frozen 2. The Set includes a reversible pillow case, flat top sheet in solid lavender and fitted bottom sheet in a lavender and white print, and a comforter depicting Anna, Elsa, Olaf in a wintry forest setting. All sheets are made with a comfy 100% polyester microfiber fabric. The top sheet measures 45 x 60″ And the bottom fitted sheet measures 28 x 52″ With 8″ Slant edge corners. Elastic all the way around ensures a snug fit on your mattress. The 42 x 57″ Comforter is perfect for snuggling!

An Overview On Girls' Bedding Sets

Moving your daughter from a crib to a bed can be a big step. But as your little one grows, it’s important that she has her own space. Her bedroom is a place where she can get some quiet time, whether it’s spent reading, studying or playing games on her tablet.

But making your daughter’s room a sanctuary starts with the right décor. It’s important that the colors and patterns are a direct expression of her personality. You may pick this out for her when she’s a toddler, but as she grows, she’ll likely want to have a say in how her room looks.

One of the best ways to establish a theme in a bedroom is by purchasing bedding that makes a statement. The comforter, shams and throw pillows you use can go a long way toward decorating a room. You then simply have to choose some wall hangings or knickknacks that match.

Before you start shopping, though, it’s important to keep in mind that some manufacturers will skimp on quality with children’s bedding. Yes, your children may want to change comforters more often than you will, but it’s also important that they have a comfortable, enjoyable sleeping experience. You also won’t want bedding that falls apart after a couple of washes.

Comfort can be tough to assess with a bedding set, though. If you’re buying cotton, look for a thread count of at least 400. Often, you’ll find that children’s bedding sets use polyester instead of cotton, so you won’t see a thread count on the product description or packaging. Reviews can be the best way to at least determine how others have perceived the softness level.

With bedding, you’ll also want to look at what’s included in the set. Some twin sets only have the comforter and a pillow sham, while others will have the fitted sheet, top sheet and a pillowcase included. You can even find some that have throw pillows that match the comforter.

The Girls' Bedding Set Buying Guide

  • As with adult bedding, comforters come in two variations. You’ll find some that are comforters, but others are duvet covers. A duvet cover goes over a duvet that you stuff inside. The biggest benefit of a duvet cover is that you can remove it and wash it, but some children’s comforters are thin enough in build that you can wash them, as well.
  • Some sets are sold with sheets as well as a comforter. Check to ensure you aren’t sacrificing quality with these sets, though. You may find you’re better off buying the sheets and comforter separately.
  • Sleepers can be subject to allergens at night while they sleep. Hypoallergenic comforters minimize these irritants to keep sniffles and sneezes at bay.
  • Some comforters are reversible. This can be a fun way for your daughter to change up the way her room looks from time to time.
  • Cleaning your bedding at least once every week or so is important. Look at the care instructions for any comforter you choose. Make sure you can clean it in your washer and dryer.
  • The devil’s in the details with comforters. Take a close look at the seams. They should be tight enough that you won’t have to deal with them separating and internal contents coming out after several washes.
  • There are different sizes of sheets, even when they’re labeled the same, so make sure you measure before you buy. Mattresses have different thicknesses and fitted sheets and comforters may not have the depth you need for the mattresses on your beds.
  • You may think you have a twin-size mattress when actually yours is a crib size. Crib-size mattresses are 27″ x 52,″ while a twin is slightly larger, at 38″ x 75.″ There’s also an extra-large twin, which is 38″ x 80,″ and a full, which is 53″ x 75.″ Make sure you know the mattress size you have before you start shopping for bedding.