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Best Children’s Sleepwear Collection (Baby Sleeping Bags) | Junior Design Awards 2020

See all the winners in this years Junior Design Awards category for best baby Sleeping Bags

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JUNIOR DESIGN AWARDS 2020 GOLD WINNER: Best Children’s Sleepwear Collection (Baby Sleeping Bags)

WHO: Superlove Merino – Baby & Toddler Sleeping Bag Collection

WHAT: Temperature regulating Merino Wool sleeping bags designed to last for 2-3 years made with ethically sourced natural and organic fabrics.

WHY: These generous and stylish sleeping bags were really admired by our judges who loved the new range of beautiful unisex prints inspired by nature and the elements. The fabrics were super soft and our panel were incredibly impressed by the high quality and the brand’s very real commitment to ethical and sustainable production. It’s not often you hear of a British company working in a solar powered factory in the Lake District!

Beautiful prints, I love the magical illustrations.
Yvadney Davis, Children’s Stylist @yvadney
These temperature regulating sleeping bags are a must for parents who want babies and toddlers to sleep comfortably and safely all year round.
Bonita Turner, Editor of Junior

WHERE:  Super Love Merino

JUNIOR DESIGN AWARDS 2020 SILVER WINNER: Best Children’s Sleepwear Collection (Baby Sleeping Bags)

WHO: SnuzPouch – Sleeping Bag

WHAT: An OEKO-TEX 100 certified cotton sleeping bag available in a 1.0 and 2.5 Tog, 0-6m and 6-18m sizes.

WHY: Our judges were well versed in the benefits of baby sleeping bags and all agreed that no covers being kicked off in the night means a better night’s sleep for everyone! One of the great additional features boasted by this sleeping bag is the nippy Nappy Change zip that means parents can get quick and easy access to nappies that need changing in the night, keeping fuss to a minimum and even potentially letting baby sleep through the whole nocturnal pit-stop. Our judges also liked the adjustable poppers for a snugger or looser fit depending on preference and fit and the lovely choice of contemporary prints were a hit too.

Like the idea of the nappy change zip!
Bonnie Van Geel, Photographer and Stylist
Love the opening for quick access for changing baby.
Yvadney Davis, Children’s Stylist @yvadney


JUNIOR DESIGN AWARDS 2020 JOINT BRONZE WINNER: Best Children’s Sleepwear Collection (Baby Sleeping Bags)

WHO: SnuggleBoo – Sleepsuit/Sleeping Bag

WHAT: Ethically made, certified organic cotton sleeping bags with detachable sleeves. Suitable up to age 4

WHY: Our judges really liked these cosy suits that come in both a traditional sleeping bag style and a sleep suit version with the option of covered or uncovered feet. The fun contemporary prints appealed to the panel and thoughtful details like covered zips, popper access, a harness flap so that sleeping babies can be placed in a car seat or buggy without being woken and the very versatile detachable arms for warm and cold weather impressed them greatly.

These suits look so cosy! Every detail is so well executed.
Carly Stevens, stylist an founder of Style & Substance Blog @carlyjstevens
What fun sleep suits! The detachable sleeves are great too!
Bonita Turner, Editor of Junior

WHERE: BabyBoo

JUNIOR DESIGN AWARDS 2020 JOINT BRONZE WINNER: Best Children’s Sleepwear Collection (Baby Sleeping Bags)

WHO: Nanu Nana Sleep Bag

WHAT: Double layer, breathable flannel sleep suits with a Our elders used to make winter pyjamas with cotton flannel. Suitable for babies from 6 months up to 6 years

WHY: These nostalgic looking, classic sleep suits made from softest brushed cotton flannel really appealed to our judges who felt that they would be super comfortable for young children and babies to sleep in as well as looking extremely cute during those pre and post bed moments. The breathable fabric, easy access zips for nappy changes and toilet trips and the separate leg design for comfort and ease of walking were practical touches that the panel really appreciated.

Soft, practical, cosy and very cute! Love the traditional design values.
Bonita Turner, Editor of Junior
Love the traditional inspirations behind this.
Yvadney Davis, Children’s Stylist @yvadney

WHERE: Nanu Bedtime