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This Sleepytime Rocker is equally cozy and sophisticated. Allowing your child to have their own space to curl up in without interrupting the aesthetics of your living room, this tall-backed rocker is a beauty. Available in multiple textiles and light or dark ash legs.
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.
Here the suzani pattern is simplified and paired with a rich purple, brown and silver colorway. I imagine using this fabric for pillows, drapery or the back of a dining chair.
Fahri Grape Fabric
Often the best option for a playroom or nursery is a floor lamp. Sturdy and easy to put in a corner or beside a reading area, floor lamps can transfer into other areas of the house when the playroom grows up. I love this sturdy yet intricate brown lamp and shade.
This gorgeous fabric from Martyn Lawrence-Bullard will add an exotic geometric element to your home.
This dollhouse will reside along the wall, giving your kids' room much more space than a free-standing version would. The minimal colors would look just fine in your living room too.
While the term "lotus" certainly alludes to Asia, this pattern is not just for exotic spaces. Mix it with crisp, clean linens for a modern look. This shade of orange is perfection.
Whether you choose to use this dresser in your child's bedroom, the living room, or even an entry foyer, the rustic elegance will age perfectly with any additions that are made along the way.
This house from Plan Toys is designed to encourage green living and made from renewable rubber wood, ecofriendly glue and non-toxic, water-based dyes. It includes a rain barrel for collecting rainwater, a wind turbine, solar panels on the roof and a set of recycling bins.
I love this versatile print from Peter Dunham Textiles. It can take on a coastal look, or serve as something somewhat astrological. At the same time, it looks like something one may have picked up on a far-off trip.
These intricate swirls walk the line between traditional and eclectic because of their unconventional composition. A lovely choice for placemats, a tablecloth, throw pillows, a slipper chair, Roman shades and many other accents around the house.
I like the wave and the neutral color palette. This colorway would work well with both browns and blacks. This would be fantastic for a pillow!
A New Twist, Caviar
I couldn't resist adding this cute little monkey to my Scandinavian ideabook. My daughter, having just been the lucky recipient of a Kay Bojesen monkey from my mother's recent trip to Denmark, has to keep him hidden so I don't steal this cute little guy for myself. Not just for kids, this all...
Create a calm and sophisticated nursery with this Forest Whisper 3-piece bumper set. Featuring stripes paired with a lively forest print, this blue and green mix will bring energy into your baby's room without overpowering it.
My daughter lived in these muslin swaddling blankets during her first six months. Stash them all over the house and don't forget one for the diaper bag.
Not to be left out, babies can be comfy in soft seating too. This stylish number has an attached harness for safety.
Retro Circles Slumber Pod, Blue
This is a very cool twist on the traditional globe. Along with looking good, it also drives home the point that people are actually living all over the world.
These are beanbags with a modern twist. They're light enough to move around and minimal enough to blend into adult spaces.
Glammkids Bean Bag
With a very low profile, this glider looks like it should flank a sofa in your living room. I particularly like the detailed nailhead trim, which separates this design from the rest of the gliders. To make this your own, re-cover the loose pillow in a graphic pattern to complement the room.
Whether you're creating a reading corner or adding small seating to a living room space, this chocolate microfiber kids chair lets your child cuddle up without being swallowed. Not to mention that this piece cleans easily with just mild soap and water. Yes!
Lively and imaginative, Sylvia Taylor's animal prints always add a touch of whimsy and wonder to any child's room.
This exotic and sweet crib set lives up to its hindi name meaning "darling girl." Cotton voile has been printed with rosy pinks and buttercup yellows to offer charming energy for your baby. The set includes a quilt, bumper, and skirt, and features details like scalloped edges and ruffled pleating.
Now this is what you want in your uber-chic, mid-century living room when you need to store a few toys but don't care for the traditional toy chests. No one will ever guess its simple purpose. This sculptural storage is a work of art.
Talk about a bed of roses. This amazingly intricate floral pattern helps your incorporate several bright and happy colors into your baby's nursery.
For a hint of elegance and the exotic, consider this pillow as an accent to your child' bedroom. The sheen of the fabric helps showcase the cool Mediterranean colors that will look great in any space.
This surfer rug will have your child dreaming of softly lapping waves. Adding movement as well as texture and color to a nursery, this rug can grow with your child and can even look good in any room in the house.
The Hayes glider comes in many colors, but I like this white one with pewter piping. It doesn't look like a baby glider, so you could stick this pretty chair in your living room without it sticking out.
Dotty Bedding, Yellow, Junior
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.
Monkey see, monkey do. This is a cute rocker for cute babies. And it won't ruin your adult decor in the living room.
Cheerful and whimsical, this pretty pattern airs a bit of sophistication as well. I envision pillows on a teenage girl's bed or dining room chairs upholstered in this fabric. Small doses of this pattern could have a powerful effect.
If you're looking for a simple and modern rocker and ottoman (sold separately), consider this option. Incredibly comfortable to the lower back, you can indulge your senses while spending quality time with your baby.
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