As parents who know that going outside to play isn’t always an option, we could not be more thrilled to have discovered these 6 game-changing products that can be used for active play both inside and out.
Ready to transform that nursery into a big kid’s room? We’ll help you create a space that’s stylish, fun, functional, easy to maintain and oh-so-inviting.
Montessori Educator Christina Clemer shares five simple tips for creating a Montessori-friendly set up at home for your toddler
Founded by a father’s desire to create a safe and cozy space for his daughter, Franklin + Emily is a Brooklyn based brand dedicated to designing and making furniture that is sustainably produced, non-toxic, and intended to teach kids the importance of renewable materials and true craftsmanship.
Planning on renovating a baby or kid’s room? See our non-toxic renovation guide for tips on creating a safe and beautiful space for your child.
Looking back on 2019, we’re not surprised at all with the top 10 best sellers in our Home category. From a machine washable ABC rug to a 3-in-1 convertible crib to a nursing glider that comes with its own USB port, these nursery products tick all the right boxes when it comes to aesthetics, versatility and safety.
Magdalene Liacopoulos from The Bebe Style Co shares her expert advice on how to create a unique play area for kids
From toxic chemicals to dust mites, Green Living expert, Aida Garcia Toledo talks about the risks of carpet and the healthier alternatives.
Rugs can be a place to play, a guardian of a floor and stylish focal piece all at the same time. When it comes to choosing one for your kids, you’re going to want to make sure it’s non-toxic, easy to clean and extremely durable. To help you find the perfect option, here are our tips and picks.
Magdalene Liacopoulos from The Bebe Style Co. shares some helpful advice on how to get on top of the unexciting — but necessary — chore of de-cluttering and organizing your child’s room.
Magdalene Liacopoulos from The BebeStyle Co. offers her tips on how to put together a shared nursery and toddler room.