I like to believe that mobiles aren’t just for baby rooms. I love the playfulness and softness they can add to any space. These little knit bunnies are insanely cute, don’t you think?
This whimsical bird mobile will make the perfect addition for above your baby’s crib or changing table, a little girl’s room or for any room of your house, makes great wedding décor, or is perfect for a baby shower gift!
Etsy has some great handmade options for mobiles, and I love the idea of having a flutter of butterflies hanging above a baby's crib.
Mobiles are usually just for babies, but I'd hang this one over my bed. I love the falling stars effect.
This breathtaking pink butterfly mobile will add a beautiful cascade of detailing over a baby's crib or in a girl's bedroom. Full yet delicate, this collection of butterflies shimmer in the slightest breeze. Your hearts will flutter with delight.
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.
Professional luggage will provide you with convenience and sleek style. This 27" mobile traveler features a push-button locking handle system and extremely durable in-line skate wheels.
This ombre purple chandelier doesn't give off light, but man, is it lovely? It would make such a statement in front of a window or over a crib. You can also find DIY instructions on my blog.
NeatReceipts is a mobile scanner and digital filing system that helps you manage all of your paperwork on your computer.
Adorable little boats with spinning sails hang from white painted branches on this mobile from Made by Mosey. I love the patchwork details and softly stuffed shapes, and baby will too! Each piece is handmade by Melbourne-based artist Madeleine Sargent.
This mobile is made by circles. 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.
I would use this mobile in a nursery or kids' room for sure, but it's sophisticated enough to work in an office too.
A charming house filled with stylish furnishings and dangling elements rethinks the traditional mobile. Los Angeles artist Helene Ige's modern maison design casts interesting shadows in different light. Details include a clawfoot bathtub, mid-century sofa, birdcage and even a hanging plant. This...
Designed by Will van den Bos in 2003, the Photo Mobile is a playful way to display favorite photos, postcards and artwork by the kids. I love how it's an ever-changing decorative element.
Flensted mobiles were designed in the '50s and still have a minimalist charm which is in demand today. These seagulls look as if they're soaring right above the crib.
Hand-crafted in Kenya from recycled copper and steel wire, this bicycle mobile will create bike enthusiasts at an early age.
How fun would it be to have a little cluster of butterflies in flight in your space? It seems almost magical.
Incorporating a mobile into an adult space doesn't mean you have to look for a really grown-up design. Take this cute cloud mobile, for example: It would be a fun, kitschy addition to any room.
This colorful, swirling mobile reminds me of streamers flung in the air. It would make the room feel like a celebration every day!
Paper mobiles are wonderful additions to any room, but especially a nursery. The clouds and kites are so pretty. Think about hanging this one above your rocking chair.
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