Decorating a child's room takes a lot of time, especially if your little one's style changes every few days. This only gets more difficult as they age, when certain colors and patterns become too "lame" for their liking. While it's easy and cost-efficient to slap on a new coat of paint, changing their comforter is not. Instead of buying new bedding every two years, why not get one that they'll love forever? From fresh florals to preppy plaids, there are some patterns that never go out of style, even as your child ages. Here, bedding that will take your tot straight into the teen years.
Spice up a neutral room with The Land of Nod's colorful and abstract interpretation of a meteorite  ($199-$229).
Chevron Color Pop
You can't go wrong with a classic chevron. But the best thing about Sweet Jo Jo Design's zig-zag comforter  ($168) is the pop of color, which is available in turquoise, black, pink, and yellow.
Covered in Plaid
Who does't love a little madras? Pottery Barn Kids' plaid pattern quilt  ($129-$169) is perfect for preppy boys or girls.
Bed of Roses
For something your girl can grow into, try The Land of Nod's hand-embroidered rose quilt  ($189-$219).
Dreaming on the Clouds
The simplicity and sophistication of
Fly Him to the Moon
Your little rocket man will love Garnet Hill's artistic interpretation of outer space  ($68-$88).
This Pem America beach-inspired bedding  ($140) keeps your tot in Summer mode all year long.
Featuring pretty shades of pink, orange, and lime, Serena & Lily's floral duvet  ($150-$180) is the perfect addition to your darling daughter's room.
Sugar Plum Fairies
Free from cheesy characters and 50 shades of pink, Pottery Barn Kids' Fairy Dreams duvet  ($69-$99) utilizes neutral colors and an artful design.
Dots and Stripes
The subtle, soothing shades of pink, blue, and yellow make Posh Tot's zanzibar bedding  ($84-$140) a must have for girls of all ages.