Eco-Friendly Rooms for Kids

Eco-Friendly Rooms for Kids

Eco-Friendly Rooms for Kids: Some of the most stylish kids furniture and accessories also happen to be made from sustainable materials. Eco-friendly materials lend themselves well to minimal, contemporary design, so it's no wonder that my favorite pieces for kids rooms are also good for the planet.


P'kolino's organic toddler bedding is available in three bold colors and graphic shapes: blue airplanes, hot pink butterflies and orange monkeys. I love P'kolino's fresh take on these favorite kids' themes.


Every bedroom needs a dresser and the Oeuf Dresser Hutch also has room for books, toys and knick-knacks. Dresser is constructed from Baltic Birch and environmentally friendly MDF.


And for all those little toys, the Oeuf Toy Store gives kids easy access while keeping them organized. (And I love the name "Toy Store".)


Give the kids a soft place to sit and play with a eco-friendly rug that is also very practical. We have a FLOR rug in our playroom and it makes the room look bigger. FLOR is made from renewable and recyclable materials and if a stain magically appears (or not so magically), just lift up the tile and wash under the sink. (Also, when you order your tiles, order a few extra, just in case.)


Hang up their favorite hoodie, hats or even jewelry on this adorable Animals of Whittling Wood coat rack. Made from beech plywood.


There are a lot of eco-friendly play tables on the market. I love the Sprout Kids Tables and Chairs for the fun pops of color and the price tag. Available with green, orange or grey accents. Made from MDF, a pre-consumer recycled material, the table and chairs can be assembled without using any tools. Just pop them in place and play!


Mae's Wall Stickers are made from eco-friendly adhesive fabric, not vinyl. They are reusable and even washable. These Dress Up Doll wall stickers are so much fun. Let your child help you dress them up. They can be dressed over and over again, since the stickers are completely reusable!

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