70 50 gift ideas Contemporary Kids Products
Inspire creative play! Your children can build and create to their heart’s desire with these miniature houses, crafted of smooth, clear-grained wood. Easy-to-grip, they fit neatly in your children’s hands. One side of each roof is a different color for a rainbow effect. A great gift idea.
Wooden House Block Set
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Now you see 'em, now you don't. This clever bag goes from play mat to toy storage bag in one — you guessed it — swoop. Because everyone loves Legos, just not when they're embedded in your foot.
You don't have to trade your personal style for parenthood when there are modern baby blankets like this one. The cool slate color against the crisp white makes a perfectly modern place for baby to stretch out and play. You won't be embarrassed to spread out this 40-by-50-inch blanket on your...
Words to live by, gathered together in a set of four 8-by-10-inch giclée prints. Each image is archivally printed on museum-quality paper for long life. Perfect for a child's room or nursery, this winsome collection will inspire and delight all who see it.
Be Collection, 8"x10"
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We hope you’re not in a rush — once you meet slow-paced Simon Snail, you might not be able to stop cuddling him. Festooned with a jaunty scarf and gingham antennae, Simon ambles along to the gentle tune of his hidden music box. He’s made of cotton and entirely washable so you can feel good about...
Simon Snail Music Box
Eventually, all children outgrow naptime. For those who are old enough to enjoy book full of pop-out animals, and young enough to appreciate playtime instead of T.V., there are toys. These colorful cardboard animals are easy to put together and even easier to have fun with. It's up to you whether...
Many Houzz participants have bemoaned that their children won't for the life of them study at a desk. After a full day of sitting upright, it can be healthy to think in a more . . . prone position. Which is why we love this floor pillow. More sprawling and versatile than a simple bean bag, your...
This is a beautiful print and a great message for little girls. I had no idea that it was from Winnie the Pooh! And I love the typeface.
The extra thick upholstery of this hanging chair makes this a must for a kids room. With fun but non-intrusive colors, this sturdy seat with an all-in-one seat belt puts a new spin on reading corner. You may never get your child out.
Haba Piratos Swing Seat
I actually already got this little guy as a shower gift and he's inspired the rest of my ideas for the nursery.
Houzz friend Ali of Asiz's Child, Ali says "as a kid I always dreamed of waking up to a massive bike loosely wrapped in gift wrap waiting for me under the tree so I think it is only fitting to suggest an Early Rider bike. These wheels are seriously hip."
Early Rider Lite
Sound the alarm! There’s a firetruck in the bedroom! Little firefighters will adore this bed. They can imagine riding in the truck and then sleeping safely in it at night. The ladder-shaped guard rails on the upper half provide added security too.
Little girls love to imagine that they’re princesses, and this toddler bed will help fuel their fantasies. Decorated in pink and topped with gold crowns, this bed will make little girls feel royally special.
Zoom, zoom! Get in the fast lane (to dreamland) with this race car toddler bed. Decorated in bold primary colors, it features side rail protection and a front shelf for storage.
Build your own rabbit, then race it around with your friends. This is a perfect gift to keep kids occupied on a slow winter vacation day.
Both my client and I flipped over these Playroom Rules! They will fit perfectly between two windows, and the Etsy seller will color match your scheme.
Whenever I want to find homemade gifts I hit up Poppytalk Handmade's carefully curated suggestions. These maple bowling pins are fun to play with and will keep parents who have an aversion to plastic toys happy, as they make a beautiful home accessory.
Add a comforting glow to bedtime with this floral lantern. Delicate paper surrounds a wooden frame to add beautiful decor in the daytime, and a dreamlike scene at night.
For the tech-obsessed kids in your life, this set creates some truly awesome remote control machines. A gift like this will keep their brains' gears moving and growing too.
I love the way this fabric is geometric and a bit exotic. It comes in a range of beautiful colors, but the bubble gum pink is the most fun hue in the bunch.
Annie Selke Links Fabric
Alphabet blocks are the classic toy that no playroom can do without. If a second language is spoken in your home, these are the perfect blocks to use for learning words and letters. I was amazed at how many languages are offered: Arabic, Polish, German, Danish, Cherokee, Greek, Maori, Korean, etc.
This print is a fun take on the famous Dr. Seuss classic. It is available in several colors to suit your nursery's design scheme.
Houzz Team Member Sheila spied this Super Sunprint Kit. It's something you can enjoy helping your child pick a leaf or flower to use, put it into a composition, watch it develop, then hang the resulting botanical sunprint on the wall together. Actually, I really want one of these for myself, and...
These aren't your traditional snooze-fest wood alphabet blocks. I love the sense of humor and fantastic design displayed here: S is for Sunburn, for example, and Y is for Yoga.
Get creative with these story stones. You can buy premade sets or make your own. They are great for outside playtime and can be used to play treasure hunt as well.
The alphabet is a tried and true piece of artwork that always looks cute. Whether in a child's room, kitchen or office, it adds a youthful charm.
My three nephews are all in love with the Perplexus toys, and there are now four different models. I hear they're highly addictive. Perhaps I'll take a moment to play with one of theirs this Christmas.
Skip the traditional roll-out map and slip this US map onto your playroom wall. Easy to reposition and remove, this map will have your children learning and excited about geography without you having to lift a finger.
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