Batman Bedding

Batman and Gotham City for your child’s bedroom

For a room meant for dark nights, it makes perfect sense to dress it up with the Dark Knight himself – Batman, that is. Create your own Bat Cave with Batman bedding sets and accessories featuring the classic super hero. I’ve gathered not just Batman bedding, but blankets and pillows as well to add just a small touch of Batman mystique.

In the past few years, we’ve started to see more bedding sets, thank goodness. For awhile there, the only things you could find were selling for outrageous pricing because of the limited availability. But we have several new options that are using images from the comics and cartoons more than the movies, bringing in lighter colors and more graphical styles.

If you’re feeling ambitious, you could try your hand at making some Batman bedding. I’ve gathered a few fabric designs to get you started. Handy since the bedding choices have been pretty limited.

Batman Bedding

Lots of blue and black involved in these bedding sets. And actually, we’ve been moving toward more blue in the last few years, which has the effect of toning down the bedding to be less dark and more fun. (Wait, is the Dark Knight supposed to be fun?)

There’s a bit of purple and green coming in as well with these, and I love the high drama of the designs. Check out the sheet sets farther down the page to find coordinating options, or just pair them with black or blue ones.


Batman Guardian Speed Reversible Bed Set

At Kohls.com


Batman Guardian Speed Reversible Twin/Full Comforter

At jcpenney.com
Just the comforter from the set above, shows the other side

Batman Dark Knight Comforter
Batman Dark Knight Comforter

At Target.com


Batman™ Cityscape Quilted Bedding

At PotteryBarnKids.com


Batman ‘Lightning Night’ Bed in a Bag

At Overstock.com


Batman Duvet Cover

At Pottery Barn Kids


Batman Quilt • Pottery Barn Kids


Batman 4 Piece Toddler Bedding Set

At Wayfair.com


Batman Comic Duvet Cover • Pottery Barn Kids


Batman Twin/Full Comforter

At Walmart.com

Batman Sheets and Pillowcases


Batman ‘Guardian Speed’ Bedding Sheet Set

At Walmart.com

Batman 'Lightning Swoop' Twin Sheet and Blanket Set
Batman ‘Lightning Swoop’ Twin Sheet and Blanket Set

At Overstock.com


Batman Sheet Set

At Pottery Barn Kids
Twin-queen sizes


Batman Sheet Set

At Target.com
Twin only


Batman Comic Sheet Set • Pottery Barn Kids

Alternate Bedding for a Batman Room

You don’t have to have Batman on the comforter for the bedding to work in a Batman bedroom. Obvious color choices would be black and blue, although I’ve also pulled out a city skyline duvet that would work great.

Huge benefit to bedding that isn’t Batman specific is you can change the theme around it if your child grows out of Batman. (Or you turn his room into a guest room!)


DENY Designs New York Financial District Duvet Cover

Twin-king sizes

Make Your Own Batman Bedding

Batman bedding has been scare, for sure. So how about making your own? While there aren’t a lot of ready made options out there, there are quite a few fabric options. I found these at fabric.com; they’re just $9-$10 a yard. (And they offer free shipping on orders over $35 and give you a 37″ yard. Nice.) Just a few of the options they had there in cotton and fleece.

Mix and match with each other or bring in black, yellow, blue or gray solids to create your own look.

Battle Over Gotham Batman in Action Yelllow
Battle Over Gotham Batman in Action Yellow

Battle Over Gotham Faces Toss Blue
Battle Over Gotham Faces Toss Blue

Batman Fleece Characters Green
Batman Fleece Characters Green

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