Vertbaudet: Spring/Summer ’14 Children’s Bedding Review

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A new duvet cover brightens a bedroom, a room make-over with no effort. Vertbaudet the stylish French children’s brand have a new Spring/Summer ’14 bedding range and  we were given the opportunity to review a bedding set.

My son has dual interests of motorbikes and animals. His choice was a cover which combined both. The earthy tones lift his room and divert from the dull magnolia walls. Every wall in this rented house is magnolia, a vibrant duvet cover really does make a difference to the blandness. To compliment the cover we opted for striped sheets with matching colourways to the duvet.
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The fabric has a lovely soft but substantial feel, it isn’t thin. A 100% cotton and washes well (I’m not one for ironing bedding, as is obvious from the photos).

The duvet has an additional ‘flap’ at the bottom which can be tucked under the mattress to keep the duvet in place, perfect for small people who thrash about in their sleep, a clever idea which I’d not come across before.
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The duvet retails at £29.00, the fitted sheet at £17.00 and pillowcases at £9.00 each. In my view, given the feel and design that represents good value. There is a cheaper ‘happy price’ range, which starts at £19.00 for a duvet cover in simpler, but still lovely, designs.


Disclosure: I was send a set of Vertbaudet bedding to review. All words and opinions are my own


    1. helloitsgemma

      My mother used to iron underwear. Why? as soon as you sit down it’s ruined. In fact I’d struggle to spot the difference between ironed and non-ironed pants – ooh there could be post in that! 

    1. helloitsgemma

      thanks Rachel, that makes me really happy. I try to pick reviews that would interest other people, I think the range is great, it’s really good to read such a positive response. 

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