Polka dots go 3-D with this airy mobile that's worthy of any room in the house, not just the nursery.
This is a happy, modern and colorful take on the traditional mobile. It has enough colors to engage a child, and it is a pretty piece that can stay in a child's room for a few years.
This hanging geometric brass mobile will echo the rug pattern and bring a bit of modern quirk to your very serious, very professional office space.
The mobiles from this Lithuanian Etsy shop are incredible. Each of these sweet sleeping elephants is hand-knit.
The mobile is 3-dimensional and can be seen from below. With the ears of the elephant you open the mobile and keep it together with the trunk and tail. It is said that babies only see black and white until the age of 1 year.
Every baby needs something beautiful to stare at while he's drifting off to sleep. We would hang this origami mobile right over the crib, making it the perfect focal point for the room and the baby.
I love this Orbital mobile featuring metal hoops strung with striped, distressed balls. I know, that sounds terrible — but it looks awesome.
The mobile tends to be one of those forgotten things from childhood, which is a shame because they're a simple way to add a bit of magic and movement to a space. I love the pale peachy blush tones and the way the ivory highlights the die-cut paper shapes. In a sun-filled room, it could look quite...
Pick up the colors and shapes of this mobile in wall art. Repeating colors, shapes and patterns help to pull together a design.
Earth & Wind Mobile
I've seen a lot of feather mobiles, but the gold-tipped ends make this one special. I could see it in my living room.
Featuring bluejay, oriole, pheasant, peacock and hawk feathers, this mobile pays homage to the spiritual significance of feathers.
Hand-crafted in Kenya from recycled copper and steel wire, this bicycle mobile will create bike enthusiasts at an early age.
Babies love contrasting colors, so this handmade bee mobile is sure to catch his or her eye. I wonder what newborns are thinking while they gaze at their mobiles.
Bits of vintage fabric will pitter patter in the air above your crib to delight both you and your infant. Except for the polyfill stuffing, every element of this mobile is created from repurposed vintage material, including the hanging loop rickrac. Individually made, all vary slightly to give you...
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