The gorgeous District Crib from Nurseryworks gives repurposing a whole new meaning. Not only is this amazingly designed crib made with repurposed white oak from an Alabama train depot, but once your baby
Spring is here and summer is around the corner; so it’s the perfect time to start setting up play-things in the yard. For those readers lucky enough to have a sturdy tree or rafters fit for a swing,
Young children will get a kick out playing with the Toronto Stool: interactive furniture that is comprised of 100% recyclable cork and foam and features an evolving design that grows alongside a child.
We frequently extoll the green virtues of small-space living over at Inhabitat, but figuring out how to make limited real estate work for a family can be challenging. EspaceLoggia, a French company
Think of Andensen Furniture’s “Smart Kid” as a child’s bedroom-in-a-box, except that in this instance, the box also happens to be the crib. Made from solid birch and plywood, the
Urban dwellers living in cramped quarters will appreciate Swedish designer Bo Ekström’s Nathi changing table, made from Forestry Stewardship Council certified birch and finished with non-toxic,
Dutch designer Dave Keune answers many a parent’s decor dilemma by placing multiple pieces of baby furniture under one roof in Nina’s House. The miniature abode combines a crib, playpen,
What happens when you mix a bookshelf and playground? You get a playful mix of smart storage, inspiration for reading and active play value. Case in point: Casaurus, the senior thesis project of student
If you’re a bibliophile like me, you may have fallen asleep amidst a pile of your favorite books as a youngster too. I would have loved nestling into the Uroko House book igloo with all of my
Theoretically, kids should be spending a great deal of time sleeping — but every parent knows all too well the elusive nature of slumber. Whether you got a ‘good sleeper’ or not, your
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