Provide your little one's sleep space with a sweetly spangled design. Imagined for Pottery Barn Kids with fashion designers Emily Current and Meritt Elliott, our pure linen bedding captures their enchanting aesthetic. DETAILS THAT MATTER
Quilt is expertly stitched by hand.
Quilt and sham reverses to same pattern.
Bumper has 18 ties to keep it secure against crib.
Crib Skirt has 100% cotton decking.
Crib Skirt features tassels along the edges and is split on 4 sides to make it easy to fit over side rails, and head/footboards.
Crib fitted sheet has elastic around the top and bottom only (rather than the entire edge) for added safety.
Oeko-Tex® Certified: tested in a third-party lab and verified to be free from over 300 harmful substances.
Crib Fitted Sheet is certified GOTS (global organic textile standards), which ensures that the material is organic in both raw fiber and finished product. It also ensures that the quality is higher.
HOW IT IS CONSTRUCTED Quilt, Sham and Bumper are made of 100% Linen. A linen weave gives the fabric a coolness and freshness, the cotton provides a soft finish and the blend provides durability and ultra breathability.
Crib Fitted Sheet is made of 100% organic cotton, 200-thread count. Organic cotton is grown without the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and synthetic fertilizers.
Crib Skirt is made of 100% organic cotton percale. Organic cotton is grown without the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and synthetic fertilizers.
A percale weave is a tightly woven weave, which gives the fabric a soft matte finish while providing durability and ultra breathability.
SAFETY INFORMATION Use only a fitted bottom sheet that is specifically made for crib use (Pottery Barn Kids fitted crib sheets have elastic around the top and bottom, rather than around the entire edge, for added safety), along with a mattress pad and/or a waterproof pad.
If you use a blanket, ensure it is tucked around the sides of the crib mattress and covers your baby only up to the chest.
Do not place decorative pillows, quilts, comforters, sheepskins or stuffed animals in the crib while your baby is sleeping, as they may prevent proper air circulation around your baby’s face.
When your child is able to pull up to a standing position, you should remove the crib bumper.