181 hugger ceiling Kids Products
Cherry blossoms will be blowing in the wind regardless of the season. This set of two paper spheres are balloons that can be blown up and reused when you need a little whimsical decor. A bunch of these would look great on a wedding or birthday gift table.
School may be out for summer, but school's in for style with these blowfish. The set of three paper balloons comes in a variety of color combinations and sizes to use as room or party decor. Need another hook? They can be flattened and reused over and over again.
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.
This sequoia introduces your little tree hugger to nature in a soft and cuddly way. Each handmade tree is individual and just waiting to be incorporated into a simple space.
This three-bulb light fixture features fun animals with noses that light up. It's made of non-toxic, cadmium-free and lead-free materials and comes with an energy-saving light bulb.
Have you ever seen a cooler light? Little astronauts orbit a satellite right there on the ceiling. Awesome!
Smila Sol Ceiling Lamp
For low ceilings, this semi-flush light fixture will cast a worldly glow into your little traveler's room.
I still need to find a better light for my daughter's room. I'd love to see this hot air balloon disappear into the ceiling.
Kids who are scared of the dark will love seeing the reassuring light from this glow-in-the-dark rocket ship and planet light fixture. They'll have fun imagining galactic adventures before falling asleep with dreams of space flight.
This looks like a cross between an atom and a shooting star, but either way, its unique shape makes this light fixture a standout. It comes in a chrome finish with star-shaped, multicolor glass details.
On hot summer days, circulate air in your child's bedroom with a Disney Princess–themed fan. I like that it has three speed settings and also comes with a light.
Yes, even the ceiling can be decorated with Disney princesses! Little ones can gaze up to see their favorite characters. It's a standard fixture and super easy to install.
A canvas hanging chair tucked in a corner of the room would be every kid's dream reading nook. Or, knowing my kids, it would be the perfect place to hide from mom.
Your little dancer will slip into bed with delight under this ballerina canopy. Hanging from the ceiling, this delicate lady showers over a simple bed, creating a wonderland and even eliminating the need for a headboard, if desired.
Charming! Birds have been a popular motif in textiles for centuries, and Galbraith & Paul does it so well here. I love the feminine, Asian-inspired look of this print.
This beautiful egg lamp can serve as a dreamy nightlight, projecting stars onto the walls and ceiling. It's best to start teaching them early to dream big!
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
These felted wool alphabet balls would look great strung up as a garland from the ceiling or draped over a bookshelf.
Kids can pretend they have a pet bird in their rooms with this gorgeous light fixture. The iron cage comes with a matching hanging chain and ceiling plate.
Just by looking at this item, you can't see any fairies. But plug it in, and it will display fairy images throughout the room. It projects on both walls and ceilings to fill little ones with awe. It will even turn on at dusk and off at dawn.
Add interest to ceiling lighting by accenting it with patterned fabrics. When used in the bedding too, it can bring the visual theme of a room together.
Decorative Fabric Lantern, Navy
"...And a crack on the ceiling that had the habit of sometimes looking like a rabbit." Who doesn't want an appendicitis after reading about Madeline's hospital adventure? The entire Madeline series by Ludwig Bemelmans is such a classic, the illustrations are so wonderful, the rhymes so humorous...
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.
Plush bunnies and a horse take a ride on hot air balloons made of linen and cotton. This would be a great option for a baby's nursery room.
This authentic model airplane would look awesome hung from the ceiling over a kid's bed. Better yet, group two or three together for a cool focal point.
Night lights are a fun part of any kid's room, and they're so important when keeping kids happy at bedtime. Help them have big top dreams with this sweet elephant by their sides.
When I was a kid, my favorite thing to do was build forts from blankets, or branches outside. This canopy combines the best of both, with a lot less fuss.
There's definitely something traditional about this fabric, but the bright yellow makes it feel a little exotic too--ideal for outdoor furniture in the summer.
This glitzy chandelier will add bling to any room. It features a satin drum shade with flower wreath cutouts, and tiered crystal bead strands hang from the center to reflect and disperse light.
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