Looking for non-toxic, minimalist kids furniture that gives both you and your kids major comfort, style and versatility? If you answered, YES, then you’re going to want to know about Nico & Yeye.
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.
Wondering what Clark Davis, David Mawhinney, Jim & Luke Barber, Mitch & Evan Achiron and William Bultman all have in common? They’re all dads and they’re all responsible for making heirloom-quality products that both kids and parents love.
Being able to properly store your tot’s books, toys and clothes can figuratively and literally save your sanity as well as the integrity of your décor. We have 10 incredible solutions that both parents and kids will love.
Interior Stylist Magdalene Liacopoulos from The Bebe Style Co. shares her tips for adapting a nursery to toddler room.
Babies and kids spend a lot of time playing on the floor, which is why play mats are an absolute essential! Unfortunately, many mainstream options aren’t aesthetically pleasing and can take up too much space. Lucky for us – Famokids is on the scene! Find out why we’re obsessed with this safe, stylish and versatile play mat.
BPA in your baby’s socks? Lead in plastic toys? Formaldehyde in furniture? Phthalates in your air freshener? Find out which toxic materials your family should be avoiding and why.
Interior Stylist Magdalene Liacopoulos from The Bebe Style Co. shares some work and play station ideas to help you survive social distancing at home with the kids.
Sustainable, non-toxic and modern are just a few words to describe the new Franklin + Emily kids desk! Proudly made in the USA by a father and his friends, it’s the minimalist desk option you’ve been looking for.
As parents who know that going outside to play isn’t always an option, we could not be more thrilled to have discovered these 5 game-changing products that can be used for active play both inside and out.
Montessori Educator Christina Clemer shares five simple tips for creating a Montessori-friendly set up at home for your toddler