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Decorate with old toys. I wouldn't let my children play with something that might possibly have lead paint on it, but something like this sure would make a cute decoration on higher bookshelves.
Other than the amazing price, these vintage schoolhouse chairs would also add a sweet charm to a child's play space. What fun to set these around a simple table and watch the coloring begin.
If you aren't lucky enough to snag this piece from Etsy, I am very, very sorry for you! I love it so much, I think I need it. It's a nice size, and the height is perfect for when the little one is standing — she can easily play with blocks and books. It would be perfect paired with the armchair in...
This little guy would be my boy's new favorite thing. The lines are smooth and remind me of a vintage toy horse just asking to be ridden on a snowy day.
This bright quilt has so many textures! I love the dimension and the color palette of aqua and tangerine.
This is a great desk option, especially for small spaces, as it folds up and becomes an easel. I didn't have anything like this in my childhood, but it is an adorable piece.
This sunny unique print helps you add distinct artwork to your home while reminding you and your little ones of Galatians 5:22-23, without taking it all too seriously. Fruits of the spirit words include:
Does your teen love the granny-chic look? I could definitely see this quilt draped over a tween's or teen's bed. The bright colors would provide a great jumping-off point for a young bedroom.
Shed a little light on your little princess at nighttime with this royal nightlight. Featuring a simple picture of a crown, this piece will help your child (and you!) sleep better at night.
For a vintage feel, this boutique vanity desk provides an air of elegance and tradition. Little princesses will love imagining getting ready for the ball, and when that phase passes, they can use the desk area as a writing surface. A plush chair and round mirror complete the look.
This play kitchen may be better stocked than my real kitchen. It even has the gas-style stove. Sigh, I wish I had one myself.
This vintage-inspired car duvet comes with blue checks on the front and an array of wonderfully nostalgic cars on the flip side. Between the soft cotton and fun imagination-sparking prints, your child will be asking for bedtime.
My kids and I always seem to lose all of the dice to our board games. These are definitely cooler than any dice the games came with originally. We need to get these.
Cover your baby's bed with this vintage-inspired modern geometric pattern. A bold print pairs with soft hues to add plenty of detail without being too loud for Baby. Use this fabric to cover bedding, a glider, or a lamp and get the exact nursery of your dreams.
Vintage fabrics contrasted in bold colors give a traditional quilt a more contemporary look. This would be perfect thrown over a sofa or used on the bed.
A few of these vintage flash cards would look nice individually framed. Use green or black, depending on which color would match better with your boy's room.
This set of vintage letters would be perfect as a toy set or as a display in a kids' room or playroom. Spell out a name or word on a shelf or ledge to add a fun element to a room.
A vintage globe makes for a fun decor accessory in a playroom because parents love remembering when they had a similar globe in their 4th grade classroom, and kids love exploring different countries and oceans right there. They also add color, visual interest and a source of fascination for both...
Who wouldn't love a game of "Go Fish" gathered around this unique children's table? Pair it with a collection of white chairs in different styles for extra fun!
We are in love with this vintage-looking schoolhouse table for a kids' room. It's the perfect place to color, read or play with siblings and friends.
I have to admit that I love a white kitchen, and this play set is just darling. It has a fun vintage look, and just imagine how cute it would be with colorful food and pots and pans.
This funky headboard reminds be of all the oddly shaped furniture in Alice in Wonderland. Plus, I love the color.
I love so much about this piece: It's vintage, and the wood tones help warm up the space. Plus, it's a toy!
Swaddle your newborns in a beautiful floating feather blanket. This makes a beautiful baby shower gift too.
Add comfort and style to your baby's mealtime with this high chair cover. Great for keeping germs and cold steel at bay during grocery shopping, this adds style to your home space as well as your out-and-about life.
Swaddle your wee one inside of this fun Moses basket, and introduce them to the world in comfort and style. Easy to transport, and great for keeping in your room during those early weeks of nighttime feedings, this is a keeper.
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