I liked the original patterned panels on the Alto Crib from Spot on Square, but these colorful translucent panels really get my brain buzzing. So pretty. This is a great way to add a modern pop of color to your nursery!
In addition, you can now get the Eicho Collection in gray in addition to white.
Now don’t mind me, I’ll just be putting an Eicho Twin Bed on my new home wish list. I have an almost 10 year old who could use an upgrade!
As we wrap up our ABC Kids Expo coverage, there are a few new modern furniture collections that I want to be sure that you see.
Finally, another Spanish nursery brand was testing the US waters at ABC Kids. I loved both cribs from Bresole, the Nubol and the Juvi and the rocker was a prototype they’re working on, so let’s keep our fingers crossed for that beauty. As is, it was a little small. I’m 5′ 5″ and the seat seemed a little petite for me.
Aren’t you excited about all the nursery possibilities?!
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Babyletto is one of the best modern brands from MDB and they always have new nursery offerings to look forward to.
The first attention-getter is the new Hula Crib. This, like other oval cribs, converts from a bassinet to crib.
The Tuba Glider lives up to its namesake. This is a hefty wide glider without a hefty price.
The Macaron Glider and Dottie Bookshelf are two unique nursery pieces that will help make Babyletto one of the most fun and playful nursery brands. There’s also the new Pogo bookshelf that unfortunately I failed to snap a photo of.
I’m looking forward to the Hudson Collection in this beautiful new Washed Natural finish.
Babyletto is also considering new colors for the Spruce Tree Bookcase. It’s currently available in Green and White, but Gray will soon be added and maybe some of these two tone trees.
What piece are you looking forward to in your Babyletto nursery?
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Lodge is another beautiful collection that can be used in many different interiors.
Costa is another exciting option, and we hope to see Kidsmill bring over many more of their nurseries.
We can also look forward to their Highchair Up!, and the bouncer!
Oh, how I love all these imports… keep ‘em coming!
One of the most exciting discoveries at the ABC Kids Expo this year was that Micuna, a Spanish baby brand, is coming to the US in 2016! We’ve admired them from afar for a long time, but now they’re bringing five pieces stateside (at least for now).
First is the Life Crib. This crib is really unique and can be customized with different color bars. It also converts (with additional parts) into an adorable toddler bed. $990
The Smart Fresh Bassinet is beautifully sculptural and features transparent fabric sides. Other color options are available. $450
The Harmony Single Evolutive Crib is perfectly modern and also converts to a toddler bed. $850
Finally, the Ovo High Chair is a sophisticated but easy to clean design. Colorful fabric seat covers come separately. Just put this one on your wish list right now! $500
Welcome to the US, Micuna!
DwellStudio put on a good show a the ABC Kids Expo. There’s lots to look forward to in their kids and baby lineups.
Keep an eye out for the new nursery collection. I love their Mid-Century Crib but I may like this one even more.
The new Arden butterfly bedding collection is a lovely new option for girls.
And the Canyon camping bedding collection is new for boys. These are both available now.
For 2016, you can look forward to lots of new baby bedding including this amazing bear print.
I’m loving all the different textures they’re including in their bedding. It’s the details that makes DwellStudio so special.
My favorite new items are the Luce Collection. As with all the P’kolino nursery furniture items, there are different panel color and pattern options. You can even upload your own artwork to truly make it your own.
The Luce Convertible crib transforms into a lovely toddler bed with no additional pieces to order and the Luce Dresser features up to two customizable drawers.
The second P’kolino collection is Bianco.
It looks lovely in all white, but the side panels and drawer fronts can be customized.
The matching P’kolino Dresser features up to three customizable dresser fronts. The crib converts to a toddler bed which is shown below with the optional crib drawer accessory.
The third crib is Grigio which also has customizable panels and converts into a toddler bed.
The bedding collections coordinate with the colors and patterns, and removable tempaper tots wallpaper finishes off the look.
These are exciting additions to the modern nursery world and with cribs starting at $500, they’re worth considering for your baby’s space.
With mid-century style, solid ash slats and walnut stained frame, the Novella Crib ($1000)…
converts into a toddler bed and then a stylish reading nook!
The matching Novella Dresser features an asymmetrical 5 drawer pattern. $1400 I’m looking forward to checking these out in person soon! You can pre-order yours starting 6/15.
Stokke Home is a modular nursery furniture range that can be arranged to suit your needs from birth to age 5.
This stunning nursery collection most prominently features the incredible Home Crib ($700).
If you’re not quite ready to start with the Home Crib, the Home Cradle ($360) is a small lightweight bassinet that can be used separately or can hang within the crib. When baby grows out of the cradle, the frame can be used with the changer top or even converted into a small desk.
I think Stokke has a huge hit with the Stokke Home line. The simple, clean design is relatively affordable, the range can be customized to suit your needs and it’s super fun. How can your nursery not be picture perfect with a collection like this?
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There are a few eye-popping new offerings from The Land of Nod. We’ve been waiting for this Spring 2015 collection since we saw previews of it on Instagram, and I’m just as excited about it now that I’m seeing all the pieces individually.
First and most notable is the Springwood collection. Designed by Maria Yee, each piece in the collection is handmade from bamboo and coated with a water-based finish.
The Springwood Rocking Chair is a unique, sculptural piece that adds a lot of style without taking up too much floor space.
The Springwood Crib anchors the collection, but I’m not sure why the back has to be higher than the front. I’m not usually a fan and don’t see the point unless it’s a crib that converts into a full bed, which this does not seem to do. $1500
Of course there’s a matching dresser ($1200) and changing top ($200). While the legs are beautiful, if you’re looking for a lot of storage, you might want to find another option.
Finally, there’s the gorgeous Springwood Bassinet. $550
The Land of Nod has really gone all out with bassinets this year and one might have to move from your “optional” list to your list of must-haves for baby!
In addition to the Springwood Bassinet, there’s the simple teak Olin Bassinet ($450)…
… and most spectacularly, the Norse Bassinet. This Scandinavian-inspired design is one of my favorite new baby furniture pieces in a long time. Other baby furniture brands are really going to have to start stepping it up in the design department!
There are a couple new small storage pieces that are worth mentioning. The Alto Bookcase comes in three colors with three base options that can be mixed and matched to create the perfect combo. I’m thinking we may need one in Walnut and White at our house. $250
I also like the little Next Chapter Bookcase. You can never have too many books nor too much storage. $250
Finally, the Neon Chalkboard Table is a fun pop of color for any child’s bedroom or playroom. It’s available with a hot pin or neon green base. $300
What new pieces are going on your wishlist?