A beautifully designed piece of furniture with a little surprise in the middle. The Agrington Eiffel Bookcase is a wonderful idea for storage in the nursery. This bookcase is so chic we’re thinking about buying one for ourselves! Made of 99% wood product from managed renewable forests, the bookcase contains virtually no mdf, particle board, flake board or other similar engineered wood products. The drawers are perfect for keeping toys out of the way and even though you can use the middle to hold books, we think the teddies look mighty comfortable right where they are! Look for Argington Eiffel’s Seven Wonders line of furniture on Design Public.
Potty training can be a difficult process. Sometimes you don’t know whether you’re coming or going (sorry poor pun ;>) So isn’t it wonderful the Boon Potty bench keeps all the necessary equipment in one place? We love the compact design and the handy storage compartment for toilet paper and wipes. And the convenient to empty waste drawer makes cleaning up neat and easy. Once your toddler is done, close the lid and the potty becomes a stepping stool for washing hands at the sink. Making go time simple and routine can really help re-enforce toilet training in young children. And that makes for a happy parent as well. Another intelligent design by the very clever people of Boon!
Making chores fun is just one way to encourage young children to pick up after themselves. And what could be more fun then their very own tree? The Clothes Tree stands at just four feet tall and looks more like a modern sculpture then a clever way to keep a room tidy. The Tree is lightweight (just 7lbs) but sturdy enough to hold plenty of items. And you’re not going to need an engineering degree to put it together, it’s a breeze to set up. We think the Clothes Tree is fantastic, we just wish they made them for adults!
The Ubi baby changing table could very well be a mother’s new best friend. Designed to sit on the floor (one of the safest places to change baby’s diaper), the Ubi makes diaper changes a breeze with it’s spring loaded diaper changing system. The diapers are stored in a drawer underneath the unit and pop out of a strategically placed hole in the table. Simply lift up the rear flap of the diaper, open the fasteners, place baby appropriately, lift the front flap of the diaper and violá you’re done! It’s like having an extra set of hands. Functional yet stylish, the bent wood frame and fashionable fun covers make this changing table a pleasure to own.
The good folks at Roebuck Studio are dedicated to making quality furniture “that fit with your Eames chair”. Colorful and fun their furniture would certainly fit quite nicely with your modern decor. The Roebuck Studio strives to be an environmentally conscience company and prefers to keep the manufacturing process in their home state of Michigan utilizing local labour and resources. Doing this also gives them greater control over their quality of their product. All children’s furniture is manufactured to the highest quality using only the best materials and of course only lead-free paints. To check out their website for more of their clever designs please click here. Read this article »
Can you believe these charming and colorful buildings are actually wardrobes for children? The closets are made by Dutch company, Kanst van een Huis, which roughly translated is the equivalent of “a barn of a house”. The building’s facade reminds one of a walk down a bustling street in Amsterdam but instead of markets and shoppes inside, they provide valuable storage for your child’s room. Each closet contains a hanging rod and shelves hidden inside. If you are interested in seeing other designs by the company or if you would like to learn how you may purchase one of these wardrobes you can contact the company by visiting there website here.
Creative team Kidtropolis can transform your child’s room into a fantasy land limited only by their own imagination. Tree house rooms, princess carriage cribs and magical gardens are just some of the designs Kidtropolis have created for their clients. You have to appreciate their life like visions and attention to detail. We especially love how they incorporated the building blocks into well hidden storage in this gorgeous princess nursery. If you’d like to check out more unique designs by Kidtropolis visit their website by clicking here.
A tree house in the house! Kidtropolis brings a bit of the outdoors into your child’s room.
Tired of the high cost of design furniture Swiss Designer Nicola Enrico Stäubli designed a collection of sturdy folding furniture called “foldschool”. The cardboard furniture is made by you, using recycled cardboard and instructions available for download on the foldSchool website . Cardboard is a great material for kids furniture since it is lightweight, durable and easy to paint and decorate. The collection includes a stool, chair and rocker. If you would like to try your hand at cardboard furniture making, go to the foldschool website for complete instructions.
How adorable are these stylish and sophisticated lofts for children from Italian designer Tumidei? Scaled down to size, these classy lofts provide plenty of extra space for homework or play. They are available in a variety of styles and are a wonderful solution for children living in urban settings. We can’t help but be a little jealous of the lucky kid who has one!
The Miles carpet, designed by Big Game for Balouga, looks like a racetrack but is really a cozy children’s rug. A stimulating addition to any child’s room, the rug comes with three toy cars so your child can start their racing career right away!