This week’s “Find of the Week” is just as much of an idea as it as a particular item: sourcing childrens’ furnishings for your adult spaces.
I’m not talking about stores like Land of Nod or Momeni Kids Rugs, which have a place in the nursery but are often too bright and cartoonish for our rooms (except for the lamps…always check out PB Teen for simple, cheap lamps!). Instead, I’m particularly enamored with Restoration Hardware’s baby and kids line, which incorporates RH’s signature style at smaller sizes and lower prices, and softens the edges ever-s0-slightly. Here are some of my favorites:
Vintage Industrial Letters: These are gorgeously imperfect with their mix of metal and distressed wood. At $14 each, their price point is actually competitive with letters from Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters!
Platform Bed…or a Daybed! I love this Industrial Cart Platform Bed, which is $549 for a a twin. It would add the perfect amount of ruggedness to a sunroom or guestroom if used as a daybed! I can just see it dressed in crisp white sunbrella fabric and bright, patterned pillows.
Carnival Rides Art: At $149 for a 24” square canvas (or $269 for both!) I’d say these prints are a fantastic deal. I’m actually surprised these are listed in the kids’ section of the website, since I can clearly see these in a bachelor pad, a modern industrial space, or a transitional gold/iron/copper-toned living area. Lovely!
What do you like from the Restoration Hardware baby line, and how would you incorporate it into your spaces?