Comforters for Teens - Comforter Bedding Sets for Teenagers
When shopping for comforters for teens, it is important to look for a comforter brand that lasts. Comforters come in a variety of price ranges, but you want a comforter that lasts and comes in colors and patterns that teenagers love.
Five companies excel in designing and manufacturing comforters for teens that remain durable for years, wash easily, and feel great. Consider these five brands when shopping for your teenager’s comforter.
The Company Store
The Company Store specializes in down comforters. Down keeps teenagers warm and cozy all night long, but also allow air to breathe through the material to prevent teenagers from waking up covered in sweat.
Comforters for teens at the Comforter Store come in a variety of colors from dark blue to bright yellow and even come in hypoallergenic versions for those with allergies to goose down.
Pottery Barn Teen
Pottery Barn’s teen line of comforters comes in a number of colors and patterns. They sell organic comforters, patterned bedding for teens, dorm bedding and duvet covers. They also have a full line of blankets in many colors and designs.
The teen boys bedding includes MLB, NHL, NFL and NBA product lines. In addition, they sell plaids, dark solid colors and X-Games bedding options.
Seventeen Bedding Collections
Teenage girls love Seventeen magazine’s line of bedding sold through J.C. Penney. The Seventeen bedding sets include comforters for teens, a matching bedskirt and pillow shams. Seventeen comforter sets come in a variety of bold patterns and colors making them perfect for teen girls.
Host of the very popular show “Extreme Home Makeovers,” Ty Pennington has his own line of bedding sets that appeal to many teenage boys. The solid colors come in masculine colors like dark brown, reversible blue/green comforters for teens and a number of patterns. Ty Pennington bedding is sold at Sears stores and online.
Wake Up Frankie
Another popular company that features comforters for teens, Wake Up Frankie sells their products through their online site. The bedding is geared for teenage girls who want a hip pattern and bold colors.
Bedding ranges from black shag to mosh pit, that some guys might even like, and lavender mink to the extremely fluffy Cotton Candy design that provides inches of pink and orange or blue and green faux fur.