243 50 gift ideas Kids Products
Smooth and streamlined, this modern styling of a retro kitchen invites nostalgia with and updated umph. Your little chefs will love cooking up something yummy, and you'll love that they're getting used to the idea of doing the dishes.
For those with little girls, you know how hair bows, clips and barrettes can get out of control. A hanging barrette holder like this one is a great option and can add a decorative touch to the room.
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.
This is such a cool take on the famous 1932 photograph taken by Charles Ebbets, and you can't go wrong with LEGO decor. Do kids ever really outgrow them?
This wooden rocking horse has stood the test of time - it's been in production for over fifty years. It's the one that will passed to your child's children, and their children after that.
Patterned after an abstract painting by artist Jenny Vorwaller, Juana de Arco is begging to adorn your next accent pillow. A large 20-by-20-inch square would be the perfect size to showcase this print
Juana de Arco Fabric
This simple idea has tons of style. I love these blocks designed by Karen Hewitt and produced by the Learning Materials Workshop. From the colors to the two- and three-dimensional possibilities, I'm intrigued because this set won't take up a ton of space and would look great on the shelf.
This Etsy seller has a huge variety of personalized items — you can get virtually any type of blocks you want. What a cute idea for a shelf!
Take the game that teaches children to place square blocks into square holes one step further. The literal cutouts are creative, informative, and live up to the standards of parents with high design tastes.
Pretty fabric is the easiest way to spice up your home. You can make some great pillows or why not frame it and hang it on the wall as art?
These teethers are absolutely gorgeous. No one would know your little one likes to slobber all over it. The ampersand might be my favorite.
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.
A beautiful vintage 1960s child's rocking horse is perfect for a baby shower gift, or simply displayed as an objet d'art in a living room.
You vow to give your child the best comfort yet you refuse to give up your good taste in the process. Well this organic bounder is for you. Sleek and safe, this natural-hued number will have you and baby cooing.
If you really want to go all in with the children's industrial vibe, look no further than this amazing art table. I love how it manages to make stark, industrial style seem somehow playful.
This map makes for a bright and colorful addition to a kid's room. It's a great learning tool and fun addition to a wall.
This dot rug, from Land of Nod, has got to be one of the funnest things I've even seen. Can you imagine the texture of walking on it?
Dot Matrix Rug
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.
Send someone a letter that is a gift in itself. Inspired by the thaumatope toys of the 1820s, this optical illusion game will be fun for all.
Pigs Can Fly Wondercard
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
A quilt brings some enchantment to any kid's room. This one is very delicate and can be for boys or girls.
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.
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.
Beep beep! What could be cuter than a cheery orange bus holding a selection of baby's favorite picture books? This little bookshelf from DwellStudio would be perfect in a reading corner, and it looks cool even when empty.
I highly recommend a bassinet. My baby will be sleeping beside me for the first few weeks, and a bassinet makes late-night feedings easier. You can also bring it with you to any place in your house.
This ikat is woven with beautiful shades of pool blue, taupe and chartreuse accents all on a soft ivory background. It's one of the prettiest ikats I've seen in some time, and it's even more beautiful in person.
This globe transforms into a map of the constellations once the lights are off — such a fun (and educational) surprise.
Madras plaid in blue, red and green always makes me think of summertime and trips to the beach. Have a little fun in your little one's room with a splash of summertime fun!
Madras Quilted Bedding
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