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This spindle lamb base in an espresso finish is a lovely dark accent for a child's space. Paired with a detailed shade such as this one from the Tranquil Crib Bedding Collection, the base adds a subtle and elegant touch.
I love so much about this piece: It's vintage, and the wood tones help warm up the space. Plus, it's a toy!
Rubber wood is a natural germ-repelling surface, and this rattle will entertain both baby and design-minded adults.
This is a great chair if you have space. It changes with your child so that it can be a high chair or a regular chair and play table for when your child is older.
This high chair flips so that it works at two heights: One is great for younger children, and the other is good for older kids.
Wood Letter, White
This simple sink system is a great addition to a kitchen play setup. Discreet and understated, the corners are rounded for safety and hinges are made to not pinch little fingers. Constructed of solid Baltic birch, and finished with a gloss.
I don't think I've ever seen a toy car more beautiful than this one. The downside is that its price is a bit too high for practical play.
Knock on wood. This gorgeous piece is highly versatile. It can be used to prop your feet up as an ottoman, as a side table to hold your cup of green tea or as extra seating in your spa bath. And, it sits well in various settings, equally at home in brightly colored spaces or neutral-hued rooms.
In keeping with the primitive-Americana theme, this is a perfect crowning touch for the wall. It's cheerful and patriotic, rustic and peaceful. Not to mention totally hand-painted — wow!
Turn any hard surface in the house into a wee kitchen space with this straight counter. Sectioning of a digestible area of play--and keeping your own surfaces scratch free--this little surface can work great in any room of the house--and even on the go.
This sleek Uffizi bunk bet help you make the most of your children's shared room. Uniquely, the bottom and top bunks are situated perpendicular rather than parallel to each other. Providing a private space for each child while retaining the open spaces in the room, kids will adore the window-like...
I love the idea of having a rocker in a nursery instead of a glider. They're much more chic and less bulky. You can't go wrong with this one by Nurseryworks in chevron.
We're all looking for more storage and the Toy/Chaise offers a large chest as well as drawers for a variety of storage options. Doubling as a striking piece of furniture that anchors the room, the design provides seating against the molded ply backrest in the short or long orientation for sitting...
This slatted twin over full bunk bed will let your children sleep like little kings and queens. With a safe ladder reading over the bottom full to access the top twin, this is a bunk bed that will let you (and your children) sleep well at night. It even allows for a pull-out trundle bed. Not that's...
Designed by Bob Springer, part of the Spot on Square Hiya Collection. Meets or exceeds US mandatory and voluntary safety standards developed by the ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials).
Designed by Roberto Gil, part of the OFFI Mini Drawer and Store Collection. Simple assembly required. Seat height is 11-inches from floor to top of seat.
Snowflake or igloo-like geometric shapes form this classic fretwork pattern. The 100 percent organic cotton, upholstery fabric offers a neat and sharp, simple design, equally classic and edgy, depending on your surroundings. Choose from an array of natural colors, there is a two-yard minimum order.
Glacier Fret Fabric
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You insist on classic, superbly crafted furniture throughout your home — and that includes the nursery. This simply elegant wooden dresser has timeless, stately style and is spacious enough to hold all your little one's essentials from clothes to bedding and beyond.
Mason Double Dresser
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Crafted for safety and practicality, the Reagan 4-in-1 Convertible Crib will be a solid and adorable centerpiece in your nursery for years. With its sleigh style design and gently curved leg posts, Reagan exudes a timeless, traditional charm. Even front and back rails and four adjustable mattress...
Reagan Crib, Oak
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Give your child the ability to create, snack, and pretend in their own space while offering your home needed flexibility. This expandable table adds length for a larger project, and retracts when not in use.
This looks almost like a hammock for a baby to nap in. I love the minimal materials and lines, paired with the slight bow of the of the wood and criss-cross. Overall, this basinet has all the makings of a Scandinavian design classic.
It's a toy box that's anything but square. This work of art would be as stylish in an adult's space as in a child's.
These solid bookends will hold books securely in place while adding a quirky detail to your child's room. Modeled after midcentury toys, these little iron giants can stand on their own as great additions to a room.
I love this brushed cotton canvas fabric with a graphic navy and cream flower motif. It would work well as window coverings or as upholstery for a statement chair.
I'd choose the plain option, but boy, a toadstool is a pretty awesome find for a kid's room. I'd love to see a couple paired with a really modern white crafting table.
Handmade Bamboo Stools
Hang up kids' coats, scarves and more with this friendly, wooden Alligator and Little Bird Peg Rack. I appreciate that the wood is cut using eco-friendly, Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)–certified poplar wood, and it was decorated using non-toxic paints and glues.
Perfect for a first year birthday, or as a beautiful addition to a nursery, this rocker will add a classic touch to Baby's life. A nod at classic wooden rockers, this padded pony is safe and soft. And oh so sweet.
This would make a beautiful sofa. It would be a statement without being flashy or trendy, and the dark, neutral color would mix well with printed pillows and drapes.
Lattice Bamboo Fabric
Nothing says nursery like a snow white, fluffy sheepskin rug. We used something similar in my son's nursery over a dark hardwood floor for a beautiful contrast. It's so sweet, and, as a bonus, feels divine under bare feet.
For those who like the look of traditional desks, this set is perfect. Just like the ones from the old days, it has a flip-top surface that reveals additional storage space. It's also made of durable all-wood construction to last for years.
This toy storage is a favorite product for two reasons: it looks sleek and great and offers understated detailing in its white legs and delicate construction--not to mention that studies have shown that open and accessible bins enhance pretend play and creativity. Plus this baby is eco-friendly!
An armoire is a beautiful and practical way to store children's clothes and toys. I've used a classic barn wood armoire for my two children, and have loved how simply and beautifully it hides away the stuff. This armoire offers a beautiful pop of color as well as a variety of storage spaces.
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.
A playroom just isn't a playroom unless there is some serious playing going on, and a slide brings that. This one is my all-time favorite because it's sleek, stylish and modern.
After your babies turn into kids, what happens to all that furniture that you spent thousands of dollars on? Usually, the younger cousins get to luck out on free furniture. Not anymore. This low lying changing table also serves as a toy chest, reading bench, and pretty much anything else that...
I wish that I'd bought this rocker for my nursery. I love the combo of wood with natural fabric. It's so relaxing.
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.
The retro vibe and wood construction of this kitchen make it so much cooler than its plastic counterpart. Add some wood food and you're all set.
Red Retro Kitchen
These teethers are absolutely gorgeous. No one would know your little one likes to slobber all over it. The ampersand might be my favorite.
These aren't your traditional snooze-fest wood alphabet blocks. I love the sense of humor and fantastic design displayed here: S is for Sunburn, for example, and Y is for Yoga.
If you're looking for furniture that can grow with your kids, look no further. The single band of bright color along the perimeter is a fun touch that will always be relevant. I especially am appreciating the integrated handles, since there can be no chance of any hardware breaking or falling off.
Caravan Dresser, Red
A fresh spin on Keith Haring's iconic graffiti art, this chair, by French company Vilac, would be a dream addition to any child's playroom. I don't even have kids, but I sure want this. Move over mid century icon, this takes functional art to a whole new level.
Modern furniture does not have to be expensive. This Baby Mod crib from Walmart is one of my favorite modern cribs, and it is only $299!
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