It is a question that is often posed by new and experienced parents alike; who should be choosing the children's bed covers? For starters, there is always the argument that a parent knows what’s best for their child, especially when a child is still young, but on the other side of the argument, a child is normally well aware of what they do and do not like. So, with this in mind, the choices you will have for your children's bed covers will be narrowed down by the products that the parent feels are appropriate, and then by the items that the child likes the look and feel of.
The role of “feel” cannot be underestimated in the choosing of children's bed covers, as the more comfortable a child feels with their cover, the more likely they are to accept it into their bed. As a parent, you may wish to consider what age your child is currently at. For example, a younger child just starting out with normal duvets will probably rely on your decision making than a child who is used to making some of their own choices in life. Older children will probably already have an idea of what kind of style they like the look of.
It is worth noting that children's bed covers can be bought in a whole range of colors and styles to suit any child. You will find that the majority of covers are split very much into boys or girls styles, but there are those that move between the two. Plain colors, for example, are normally able to be used for boys or girls. On the other hand, heavily branded bed covers will normally be aimed at one specific sex; something like princesses for girls and superheroes for boys.
Of course, there are also covers branded in all your child’s favorite things, from cartoons and TV shows, right the way through to some of the biggest sports franchises on the market. Though some stores will only carry a limited range of these different styles, you can be assured that if your child has their heart set on one certain style of cover, you will be able to find it somewhere. So there you have it, purchasing your children's bed covers should be something that you both do together; you can set some boundaries, and then let your child choose something that makes them truly happy.