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Kids can play make-believe at traveling or store special finds in these eye-catching suitcases. The vintage style set contains three suitcase boxes made of sturdy cardboard with metal and plastic hardware.
Red And Dots Suitcases Set
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Sleepy yet? Covered in a bold print, this soft cushion will brighten your bed, sofa, or reading corner — or simply invite you to dream. You might just have to steal it for a nap.
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Here's an instant friend for your little one's first sleepover. This cute-as-a-button mouse is stitched in cotton and comes ready with pajamas and bedding all tucked neatly into a matchbox. Pick the brother or sister mouse as another set of big ears for bedtime stories.
Mouse, Big Brother in Box
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You usually want to keep your vegetables safe from rabbits in the garden. This carrot keeps the bunnies safe. Two adorable hand-crocheted bunny buddies come in your choice of color combinations and tuck inside the zipper carrot pouch for safe keeping.
Two Bunnies in a Carrot
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Are they beach balls? Paper lanterns? Balloons? How about all of the above. This set of five paper balloons can be blown up and reused for endless room and party decoration ideas.
Standard Paper Balloon Set
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Perfect for decoration, storing small treasures or playing out a little travel adventure throughout the house, this polka-dot suitcase features a colorful zipper and cheerful tag.
Dotted Fabric Suitcase, Pink with White Dots
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Want to visit Neverland? Take a trip, decorate your child's room or store special toys with this versatile star-print suitcase. A colorful zipper and cheerful tag in contrasting colors complement the small star print.
Star Fabric Suitcase, Turquoise With White Stars
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I'll admit, I have no memory of how to play Yahtzee, I just remember it being a blast, and loving being able to yell out "YAHTZEE!" Great for ages 8 and up, this kit from L.L. Bean is compact enough to take along on family trips.
Add an unusual take on traditional florals with these flower shades and bases. The sleek white bases offer a balance for the delightfully surprising detailing of these sweet lamps. Hand fastened to the shade, these little buds will offer beautiful detail to any girlie space.
Pretty fabric is the easiest way to spice up your home. You can make some great pillows or why not frame it and hang it on the wall as art?
Start the kids off right by getting them this trendy green sofa. Perhaps they will grow up to share your love of design!
Muse Child Sofa
This antique-inspired white cradle is a sweet and classic way to lay your baby down to sleep. With beautiful detailing from the legs to the facade scrolling, this piece can fit beautifully into any room in the house, keeping sleeping baby near you.
This traditional style sleigh cradle is a wonderfully classic way to coddle your newborn. With a top quality mattress included, this piece will integrate beautifully into any corner of the house.
This vintage-inspired train wall hook set helps keep things off of the floor and helps your child gain independence by hanging things on his own. Not to mention the touch of color and choo choo fun this adds to a train-infused space.
Swaddle your wee one in this sweet 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.
I have champagne tastes on a tap water budget, so it makes sense that I'm absolutely mad for this pricey-but-precious Hermès bedding set from PoshTots.
I typically shy away from dark cribs, but this one in espresso appealed to me. It would particularly look great in an all-white or light nursery. I love too that this crib can grow with your child and converts to a traditional twin.
This shiny steamer-trunk-turned-toy-box is perfect if you're carrying the travel theme into a kids' room. Its scratch resistant, dent resistant and waterproof, and has ventilation holes and soft-close lid supports for safety. Plus, it doesn't lock.
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.
This classic educational toy just may inspire a budding architect. The container it comes in is so cute it would look great left out on display, in a rustic cabin or even in a minimalist, white, gallery-like space.
Supermodel IMAN is taking her impeccable fashion sense and applying it to fabrics for the home. This striking print comes in several stunning colors.
This hand-crafted cradle is a piece that will be enjoyed for generations. Adding a sweet English detail to a nursery, master bedroom, or any room in the house, I love this piece for its subtle detail of Potter's Benjamin Bunny.
Though these are bound to provide hours of fun and stimulation as flash cards, we love these alphabet graphic cards for their ability to add that unique and special touch to a nursery room's border, when tacked up in a horizontal line.Set of 26 cardsCardstock7"L, 5.5"WImported
This sweet cradle adds an elegant touch to any room it inhabits. Creamy with gilded detail, this is bound to be a classic in your family for generations. I love the Italian vibe it gives off, don't you?
One of my favorite granny-chic patterns right now is Tree of Life by Schumacher. I would love to cover a pair of wingback chairs with it and throw on a couple of chevron print pillows.
This simple white dresser has plenty of drawer space and can double as a changing table. You can always switch out the hardware with something more youthful that fits with your nursery theme.
This hand-crafted cradle is a piece that will be enjoyed for generations. Adding a sweet English detail to a nursery, master bedroom, or any room in the house, I love this piece for its subtle detail.
This microfleece blanket will keep your baby bundled and content. Easy to wrap and swaddle, this soft blanket comes in dreamy blue as well as this pink.
Microfleece Baby Blanket
While this lounger is from Pottery Barn Teen, I love the fun, colorful stripes! It's perfect for curling up with a good book or to watch a movie.
A design staple in the NoMad Hotel is the reoccurring use of rich gold damask upholstery on standing room screens.
A cozy spot to curl up and read books or draw is a must for an inspiring kid's room. I love the idea of a traditional, grown-up chair re-sized just for the kiddos.
I would use a linen with a slightly metallic finish, such as this one from Ralph Lauren Home, to make a pair of pillows.
This floral pattern looks sweet and fresh, and would work wonders on dining chairs in a breakfast nook, for an upholstered headboard, custom shams or a bed skirt... the list goes on and on.
This heathered wool fabric brings a soft and cozy addition to any space that involves a little reupholstery work. I love the idea of using it as a base and building up with color in the form of pillows and throws.
You can never go wrong with a stripe, and I think this would be utterly charming in a little boy's room, either as a headboard, glider or window seat cover.
Add a delightful detail to a classic ballerina's space with this ballerina base and shade. Sleek and simple, this little dancer will get pleasant spotlight when the soft light shines down.Crafted of solid wood with hand-painted details.
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...
When you're looking to add special details to your baby girl's room, keep in mind the power of a simple swap of lampshades. Don't you just love the details on this delicate shade, and how it can add a touch of florals to any space?
I love this linen and jute trim tape from Samuel & Sons. I would use it to embellish a pair of simple linen pillows.
This sweet fabric from Peter Dunham can slip into a variety of rooms, from traditional to Scandinavian mostly-white to an exotic Indian-influenced space.