October 12, 2009

Stork Craft Hoop Glider and Ottoman


I still love the glider that I bought when my first son was born 7 years ago. I think this is one of the most functional purchases you can make when you are pregnant. When you no longer need it in the nursery, you can move it to the family room. This model has ample cushioning on the arm rest, which provides comfort when your baby falls asleep on your arm. There are also pockets on the sides so you will always know where the important items are. Finally, the ottoman is included, which is a good thing because you will definitely want to put your feet up at night!

See Glider and Ottoman.

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July 10, 2009

Graham Glider by Serena and Lily


You want your baby to be comfy, why can't you be comfy too? During a sleepless night of rocking a crying baby, you could use a little luxury. This Graham Glider is decorative and functional. It is made with with a reinforced wood frame, double-wrapped foam-core cusions and a swivel glider base. You might even want to sit in it when the baby isn't crying.

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May 27, 2009

Graco Travel Lite Crib with Bassinet


Need a break? Ready to drop the baby off at grandma's house for a weekend away? You'll want all the comforts of home for your baby. This travel crib from Graco weighs less than 20 pounds and opens and closes with the push of a button. The bassinet and mattress are quilted to ensure baby's comfort. Sleeping in a strange place won't unsettle your baby a bit once they settle in a good night's rest in this crib. Now it's your turn. Go have some fun and get some rest for yourself.

See: Travel Crib, Pack N' Play

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November 18, 2008

Bonsai Book Caddy


We think the Bonsai Book Caddy is a great option for your child. It makes it so your child has to really work to throw them on the floor, and yet it is easy for him or her to get the book she is looking for on her own. You don't have to worry about drilling it into the wall like tall bookcases. And we love the simple and modern look to it. It assembles without tools and is wholly designed and manufactured in USA from North American materials.

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September 23, 2008

Unusually Cool Kid's Furniture

Space Shuttle Bunk Bed

Over at WebUrbanist they have a list of 10 pieces of unusually cool kids furniture, including the great, but expensive, Space Shuttle Bunk Bed pictured above.

Some of the other pieces include Mushroom Forest Tables, an Accordion Dresser, even a Cinderella Pumpkin Coach bed. I never knew kids furniture could be so extravagant. So check out the whole list and see if there's anything that would make the perfect gift for your little one.

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September 18, 2008

Mod Mom: Owyn Toy Box

Mod Mom Owyn Toy Box

I love the look of this Owyn Toy Box from Mod Mom. This is definitely furniture that could find a use in nearly every room in the house. The nice and simple theme could complement nearly any nursery. This toy box is 30 inches wide, 15.5 inches high, and 14 inches deep. It's made from eco-friendly birch plywood and painted with non-toxic paints. It has Mid-Century Modern style tapered legs and the wood veneer "branch" is drawn and cut by hand.

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February 29, 2008

Nest Seat


The Nest Seat is a neat seat for your children that can be used in a variety of ways and excite the imagination. It's made of two interlocking pieces: a ring and a smaller round cushion. It is stuffed with recycled upholstery remnants, has a washable cover, and is available in four bright colors. We love how your child can use it in so many ways. It's sure to be a favorite for many years!

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November 1, 2007

Toddler Recliner


Does your child want to sit back and relax just like you? If so, you may like the Toddler Recliner. It looks just like the adult version, and it's available in five colors. It's great for reading, video games, watching television, or just copying Daddy as he watches the game!

via Nerd Approved

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September 24, 2007

Legare Bookcase


I've been hunting for a bookcase for a while now. I want one for all the books we've accumulated, preferably one that fits into our tiny nursery. While the blueberry and strawberry colors aren't a perfect fit for us, the look of the Legare Bookcase certainly is. This bookcase is only 18 inches deep but 59 inches tall. It's easy to put together and has adjustable shelves. If you need a bookcase in a small space, this might be a good option for you.

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August 1, 2007

notNeutral Tetra 1 Collection


The notNeutral T4 collection was inspired by the Greek prefix tetra (meaning 4), and the 80s computer game, Tetris. Each piece in this collection uses 4 drawer sizes to create interlocking storage structures.

The Tetra 1, shown above, is a 10 drawer unit made from the four drawer sizes in a 5-row, 2-drawer wide configuration. It is made from birch euro-ply and features one brightly painted drawer (with a choice of colors) and three dark sable painted drawers. The remaining drawers are finished in the natural birch euro-ply.

The accessory tray, available separately, can transform the top into a standard sized changing table. And when your child grows out of his nursery, you can continue using the Tetra 1 as a dresser, or in a linen cabinet, or even as a storage unit in your home office.

If you like the Tetra 1, be sure to check out the Tetra 2, Tetra 3, and Tetra 4.

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