New From The Land of Nod

January is always full of exciting new product releases from so many of my favorite companies, but I always look forward to seeing (and shopping) the new offerings from The Land of Nod.  There’s LOTS of cool new stuff, but here are some of my favorites…

The Ellipse furniture collection includes a mid-century inspired bed, nightstand and dresser.  It’s a great option for big kids.

Finally, the perfect book storage with easy access for the littlest readers, the Open Book Bin comes in Grey, Walnut and Espresso.

A new take on the faux taxidermy trend, the giraffe, zebra and elephant heads are funkier than most.

These colorful pendant shades will add a serious pop of color wherever you use them.  The pendants and cords are sold separately so you can mix and match those.

The cure for boring storage bins, the Landscape Floor Bins are as colorful as anything you’ll store inside them.

There are several new crib bedding options and you should always browse The Land of Nod when you’re looking for crib bedding.  Check out Field Guide, Beaucoup de Fraises and Elephants in the Room in particular.

Is there anything that caught your eye that I missed?

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