In mid-November, Cotton On KIDS will launch one of its most exciting product categories yet – its first children’s bed linen and room collection.
The collection, in a burst of print and color, includes a range of stylish and fun sheet sets, reversible quilt covers, cushions, as well as the brand’s signature Mike Monkey soft toy.
Young girls will be delighted by a dazzling range of styles including pastel hues, polka dot prints and watermelon cushions, while boys can steer the ship of their bedroom design with nautical-themed cushions, bold prints and bright block colours.
All styles are designed to be mixed and matched, inspiring kids and parents to re-create any bedroom and turn it into a sanctuary where they can sleep, dream, play, create and have fun.
“The aim of the collection was to steer away from traditional girl and boy bedding option to ensure it was a combination of bright colours, fun patterns and most importantly, a collection that kids and parents will both love,” said Cotton On KIDS General Manager Natalie McLean.
The 100 per cent cotton bed linen capsule is available in a range of designs suitable for single, double and queen size beds, ensuring everyone in the house, including toddlers, teens and even the ‘big kids’, can have fun revamping their bedroom.
Prices for the on-trend and super bright collection start at R149 for a pillow case through to R499 for a single quilt cover, making it an affordable option for growing families.
Since its inception in 2005, Cotton On KIDS has experienced rapid growth with 224 stores now operating throughout Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, USA, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines and the United Arab Emirates. Along with global store footprint growth, the product offering has also expanded ensuring it is a one stop destination for all baby, children and tween (9-14 years) fashion and home needs.
The new room collection will be available from mid-November in select Cotton On KIDS stores including Sandton City, Eastgate Shopping Centre, Woodlands Boulevard and Canal Walk. The range will also be available online via the Australian website.