Found! A great baby boutique for modern, stylish & eco-friendly kids decor

[caption id="attachment_1075" align="aligncenter" width="348" caption="Pink striped Fussenegger kids twin-sized pocket blanket"]Pink striped Fussenegger kids twin-sized pocket blanket[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1076" align="aligncenter" width="401" caption="Flensted elephant mobile "]Flensted elephant mobile [/caption] [caption id="attachment_1077" align="aligncenter" width="280" caption="Monkey door hangings"]Monkey door hangings[/caption] Portland, Oregon based POSH Baby is a lovely lifestyle boutique offering modern, eco-friendly, and stylish products for our children and home with a truly inspiring selection of merchandise.  Browse baby and children's clothing, toys, furniture, wall decor and other lovelies for one-of-a-kind baby room ideas.  POSH Baby carries the popular children's brands we love (Dwell, Boodalee, Bananafish, and Oeuf) as well as lesser known, but equally stylish products.  Posh Baby prides itself on evaluating products based on great design, great style, and just plain fun - fun for parents, that is :). For example, they carry unique kids bedding by Austrian designer David Fussenegger such as this pink striped twin sized pocket blanket with cute little pockets for stuffed animals or pajamas. They have the largest selection of Danish-made Flensted mobiles we have seen - elephants, fish, rainbows, sheep, and more.  Flensted mobiles are designed and made on Funen, the island in Denmark where Hans Christian Andersen was born.  What a fairy tale! And, they have a delightful category called "Fun Decor" with ah-ha products such as over-the-door monkey hangings by Present Time, clothes' trees to hang your wee one's clothes, decorative organizers, and clips. Posh Baby seeks organic, sustainably produced and eco-friendly products whenever possible so we can feel even better about collecting these lovelies for our home. See our other articles for more ideas on unique kids' decor.

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published