The 140x100 duvet cover is one of the smallest duvet covers available. If you've recently decided to buy a 140 x100 duvet cover, it's time for your little one to grow up a bit. But how do you choose a duvet cover when there are so many to choose from? We help you to find your way, from the colour to the material, the duvet cover in 140 x 100 will have no more secret for you.
The small bed of the duvet cover 100x140
The 100x140 duvet cover can only be used for small children, and therefore on a small 120x60 mattress, the standard size for baby mattresses. This size of mattress is suitable for small cots, umbrella beds and small evolving beds. It is generally recommended not to use a duvet until the baby is two years old, when he sleeps in a sleeping bag, precisely because he fidgets too much.
Choosing a colour or pattern for your 100x140 duvet cover
This size of duvet cover is proposed by the big brands of decoration like Ikea, Conforama, or even La Redoute, H&M Home...But as this size of duvet cover 100x140 is an article for baby, you will find a wide choice on the sites specialized in the childcare: Verbaudet, Noukies, Orchestra... The duvet covers for babies are offered in soft colours, to respect the sensitivity of the little ones. When it comes to children's items, designers tend to create pink items for little girls and blue items for little boys, as is the case with baby bed linen. But lately, many unisex designs and patterns are emerging, which you can reuse over and over again, without worrying about the colour.
Materials of duvet covers 100x140
For adult duvet covers, there is a wide choice of materials: cotton, polycotton, percale, satin, organic cotton, washed linen, washed cotton, bamboo viscose. On the other hand, the materials of duvet covers for babies are less varied. They are usually made of cotton, sometimes of organic cotton, percale or polycotton, but it is difficult to find covers made of linen or hemp. To buy a quality duvet cover for your baby, you need to look at the weave of the cotton or percale. Plus the number of centimetres per m3