1,470 Eclectic Kids Products
I love it when my children play with puzzles; they're so wonderful for building problem-solving skills. These mushrooms are totally cool.
Collect globes? What a fun conversation starter and way to get kids excited about geography and science! This kid-friendly globe disguises itself really well as a unique addition to a grownup home.
Cordy Roy Pink Cat 15"
Imagine this in your kid's room. The mushroom design adds a natural, whimsical style, and the nightlight will keep away the monsters when the lights go out.
This oversize Lego head makes an adorable piece of decor. As an added bonus, it is functional and helps sort those pesky small Legos.
Lego Sort & Store
Oversized suzani of sunbursts & flames swirling in bright coral, spring green & beige on heavy basketweave cotton. A statement for spaces modern, boho, & eclectic alike.Recover your chair. Upholster a wall. Create a framed piece of art. Sew your own home accent. Whatever your decorating project,...
Go bold and funky in your daughter's space with this pendant lamp. Glass beads create a rainbow of colorful lights that dance around the room. Engage her newborn attention with beautiful detail that can grow in her space through the years, just as she will.
There are a ton of fun accent lights available for kids’ spaces. This balloon marquee light is one of my favorites — you don’t even have to hide the cord!
I've always been a fan of John Robshaw's textiles, and this handsome pattern would appeal to both men and women alike. I'm keen on a few throw pillows for my sunroom.
Vibrant and warm, this unique ikat balances the perfect amount of masculinity and femininity. In fact, I just ordered a swatch — it's that perfect.
This funky headboard reminds be of all the oddly shaped furniture in Alice in Wonderland. Plus, I love the color.
Beige and white is one of my ultimate favorite color combinations, so I couldn't say no to this geometric pattern from Kravet. I'd love a couple outdoor pillows covered in this!
"Classic Linen" textiles from the Richard Frinier Collection for Sunbrella available through Pindler & Pindler. Photo courtesy of Sunbrella.
I love this take on chevron! I could see this colorful tile-like pattern on the bottom of a clear Mediterranean pool. The colors are amazing.
PERSONALIZE IT! - Add a monogram to the toddler pillow. Enter the letters in the order in which you would like them to be embroidered.
I’m a fan of anything orange, and this fabric would be really fun paired with fuchsia pink. I’m thinking a pair of club chairs (cushions) on either side of a big pink umbrella.
Add a bit of spunk and funk to your girl's room with this floor lamp and base. The dark sleek base offers a sturdy foundation and strong dark balance to the energetic black and purple floral shade.
This version of Cinderella's carriage is fit for a baby princess. I love that it has wheels and is still the standard crib size and shape.
Cinderella Carriage Crib
Is it wrong to be jealous of a baby? This round, canopied crib must be where Sleeping Beauty spent her first years. I'd love to see it take center stage on a white-plank floor amongst ivory, French furniture with subtle ornamentation.
Sweet William, Teal
Sometimes it's just too hard to punish your kids because they're so darn cute! However, our time out stool may have them volunteering. The hourglass is filled with white sand to time approximately five minutes, so you'll know exactly when their time out has expired. The base is made of MDF and wood...
This is the growth chart he might actually take to college with him — if you let him. I love the originality behind the wooden surfboard design created by Growth Chart Art. It's one of those designs that will really grow with your kid because while he or she may eventually outgrow the canvas owl...
This beautiful fabric will blend in well with a range of patterns, especially ikats. A true work of art; I would take a big piece, frame it, and hang it on the wall.
If your child is interested in space, this rug offers an educational view of the solar system with bold and fun colors.
LA Rug Solar System Rug
Children who can't get enough of all things robot related would love all of these bedroom accessories.
Storage is key in a nursery! This canvas bin, made of 100-percent certified organic cotton, will hide away lots of toys and is printed with graphic numbers and letters.
With the overwhelming popularity of the chevron pattern, this variation has been popping up in all sorts of places. I love it! This would be perfect for a bow pillow, and you could do the bow with an alternating fabric. It'd be a great way to mix hard and soft styles within a home.
This adorable little docking station would be the perfect spot to play lullabies or soothing sounds for your little one to catch quality zzzzzzs.
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