Fabric Selection

Choosing the right fabrics for your crib bedding can seem intimidating, but if you keep just a few things in mind, it's not too difficult at all.

If you still need help, just send us a message, we're happy to make some suggestions for you!

Solids are pretty simple, if it's the right color you're looking for you can't really over-do it!

100% Cotton Solids
Floral Horse Crib Set with Ruffled Rail Cover, Lucky in Brown Crib Sheet and Cameo Ruffles & Crib Skirt Custom Crib & Toddler Bedding, EllieGrace Baby

If it's just one main fabric you love, we suggest pairing it with a coordinating solid or a smaller print. (We don't include the rail cover trim option in the menu if we don't think a fabric print will work well.) Using other fabrics that complement your favorite design will make it stand out even more than if you were to use the same fabric throughout.

Free Spirit

In this set, we used the main fabric for the crib skirt and rail cover, and used the coordinate for the crib sheet & trim. (We used Wanderer in Shell.)

You'll find suggested coordinates near the bottom of the collection pages.

Watercolor Florals

Notice how the daisy fabric stands out even more when we use complementing fabrics for the sheet and skirt.

Using fabrics from the same collection makes this easy, but don't be afraid to mix and match.....

Daisy Dreams

Smaller prints that are nearly solids work well to tie your pieces together. Notice how the crib sheet breaks up the busyness of the rail cover and crib skirt fabric in this set.

Foxy Loxy Bedding Set

Another way to tie your bedding set together is to add a trim to the bottom of your ruffled or flat crib skirt. You can match it to your crib sheet, rail cover trim, or another fabric in your quilt design.

Fawn in Aspen

Send us a message if you have any questions using the chat feature, or by filling out our contact form.

We are happy to help you create a custom bedding set!