Choosing a name for baby is one of the first major parenting responsibilities bestowed upon expectant parents. A lot of thought goes into selecting "the perfect" baby name — why not display that choice where you can? Here are 10 ways to display your tot's name, from the nursery to back-to-school supplies!
One of the hottest trends in home decor this year, typography can instantly update any room — and this is a trend that we hope will last the test of time! Pillows, decals, art, and prints are just a few ways incorporate typography into your tot's decor. Mix it up a bit by adding a modern typographic print among nontraditional pieces or vice versa. Check out these 10 pieces of art for some inspiration.
Moms spend plenty of time planning out their tot's bedding and furniture, and now it's time to give the same attention to their walls. There are some very cool and modern prints available for decorating a nursery, but sometimes you just want something as sweet as your newborn to display on the walls. From baby animals to whimsical botanical gardens, get inspired to create an art gallery in your lil one's room with these 10 sweet prints for baby.
Get ready to go "old school" because retro robots are back! Loved by kiddos for generations, the truth is that robots never went out of style — and they are definitely a hot trend once again. From room decor to back-to-school supplies, ch-ch-check out these robotastic finds lil kids will love.
Bunk up! Most of us don't have the luxury of living in a six-bedroom home—meaning siblings often have to share bedrooms. Sometimes the kids are excited. Other times, they are vocally opposed to the idea. The most important thing to remember when putting together a shared space for kids is to make it fun and give each child a space to call their own. Get inspired with these five shared bedroom ideas!
Pull up a chair! A new generation of furniture lovers is on the rise — and it's up to their furniture-loving parents to show them the ropes. Skip the plastic kids furniture and show your kiddo what beautiful furniture really looks like with these nine kid-sized chairs to covet.
Don't let the dolls have all the fun! If your lil one has an eye for the contemporary, why not give him his own mid-century place to call home? Made from recyclable cardboard or sturdy wood, these eco-friendly marvels are backyard fun for any budding design maven. Check out these five affordable and luxurious modern playhouses!
An unadorned crib allows the option to accessorize with color and change up the decor of baby's room without breaking your future piggy bank. If you decide to skip a crib painted with bright colors, invest in a plain piece that pairs well with plenty of looks — you might go with nautical one season and black and white the next. Check out a couple of our favorite options for any budget.
Simple: The Bloom Alma Crib ($400) has a hint of steel detailing, but is largely a plain crib canvas you can dress up with any look you like.
Swank: The white Sparrow Crib ($730) features the same simple and sleek aesthetic, but a more retro-mod design for a slightly heftier price tag.
The answer to seeing your sleeping baby may soon be clear! Nurseryworks, the swanky modern nursery furniture design company, recently debuted a state-of-the-art Lucite crib that is not only clear, but environmentally friendly too. The Hollis, which could sell for as much as $3,000 when it hits stores early next year, is designed to fit a standard-sized mattress and will have a matching dresser in its collection. Named after Charles Hollis Jones, who is considered a pioneer in the use of Lucite and acrylic, the see through crib will also come in pink and green options. Would the Hollis crib work in your nursery?
It's a mod world! Following the 50th anniversary of the Kind + Jugend baby trade show, moms with an eye for clean nursery lines have plenty of goodies to add to their wish lists. The European stage for launching new baby products often sets the trends for the coming year. Check out these cribs for an indication of what's to come!