Display these wooden row houses up on the wall, on a shelf for display or better yet, keep them accessible for the kids to play with. Now the only question is, who would love this cityscape more, Batman or Barbie?
This natural fiber rug is stylish and durable, and it's the perfect color to camouflage playground dust, dog fur and crushed Cheerios.
These felt animals are both functional and adorable. Maybe, just maybe, their stern looks will keep the children from misbehaving.
These new chairs from The Land of Nod have a charming, vintage feel to them. I'll take a grown-up size for my dining room too.
Subtle gray and white stripes add a little bit of interest and pattern without being too busy. These curtains are even versatile enough to move to another room in the house when it's time for a change.
Even an old collection of used crayons would look cute displayed in this handy storage caddy. It's also convenient to have a place to corral odds and ends that otherwise don't have a home.
I chose this bookcase because of its driftwood finish, planked sides and solid build. Although it has a high price tag, some furniture pieces are worth the investment. Once the kids outgrow it, you can steal it for your own office. Just don't tell anyone that that was the plan all along.
A ferocious twist on the traditional rocking horse, this crocodile is such a fun item to pass down to future generations!
These hanging wire globes are light and unobtrusive. Even if you decide to hang several together, they still maintain that open and airy feel. You can even to use them for a geography lesson or two.
Think of all the neon, flashing toys that could get hidden away in this beautiful basket. Extra large baskets are great for storing collections of items: stuffed animals, costumes, building blocks and even stinky sports equipment.
I am in l-o-v-e love with this memo board. It has so many possibilities. Use it to display family photos, children's artwork, birthday cards, inspiration clippings from books and magazines, or lists of "fun" chores.
While I've seen many versions of play tents and tepees at various big-box stores, I love this handmade version from Etsy. I adore the side window, the tie-ups and the natural canvas material. This tent would be easy to dress up by adding some colorful fabric bunting, flags, ribbons or beads.
Wow, even stick people look fantastic displayed in these rustic frames. Use them to display your child's artwork, images from a favorite picture book or one-of-a-kind Etsy prints. The possibilities are endless.