Collection by Kelsey Keith

Ideas for a Modern Nursery

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A few modern ways to kit out a baby's room (no pastel versions of classic toys included).

As we well know: Babies happen. After rounding up modern baby furniture and products with the help of Olio and Mason and Matisse, we combed our own editor's picks for a few more suggestions on how to kit out a bedroom for the newest member of the family. Word to the wise: no aggressively-hued, gender-specific furniture and accessories here. Read on for our latest selections in cribs, changing tables, armchairs, rugs, and accessories.

A few modern ways to kit out the newest family member's room (no pastel versions of classic toys included).
For movable, lightweight storage to hold toys, blankets, or craft supplies, consider baskets.
Inspired by the tough-to-find Rocking Sheep by Danish designer Povl Kjer, this fuzzy rocking toy is huggable and easy...
The Oeuf Sparrow Crib is a perennial favorite for its classic lines and contemporary palette—finishes range from a warm...
These gym hooks, designed by Staffan Holm for HAY, are most useful in multiples and add colorful punches without...
Add some classic Americana with these denim rag rug. It's durable, soft on the feet, and made from recycled fabric.
Unison is known for its gender-neutral bedding: Stripes and jaunty prints suitable for baby boys or girls are equally...
Ercol's classic, sturdy Windsor Chair, designed in the 1950s, is making a big splash this year as the company branches...
Photographer Sharon Montrose established her Animal Print Shop after the 20x200 model—affordable, high-quality art...
Here, two versions of the modern, clean-lined baby's changing table and dresser.
Clara von Zweigbergk's Themis Mono Mobile is a foot-wide dodecahedron, easily assembled and an early, easy-on-the-eyes...
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