Sophisticated shoppers today want to decorate their baby's rooms with furnishings that will grow with their children. So kid's furniture lines are becoming refined in order to accommodate. Not only do they pack a punch with some great colours and smaller dimensions for child sized rooms, they are also made to last. With this in mind and the growing popularity of small urban living, why not consider them for the adults too? Small scaled nightstands are great for tiny master bedrooms, and some of the unique storage components would be great for kitchen or bathroom storage.
Consider some of these pieces for small space solutions.
These bins from Crate & Barrel's The Land of Nod can be used in your kitchen, stacked as nightstands, attached lengthwise for a TV stand, or at the front door for hats and mitts and a place to sit down. And don't forget a small spot in a bathroom where these handy bins can hold towels and toiletries with ease.
Also from The Land of Nod, a change table could make a handy kitchen island. Its height is perfect and smaller dimensions great for tight spots.
From The Land of Nod, these stackable units would look pretty awesome on a large wall in a basement for all sorts of practical storage, and can also be put side by side for a convenient and trendy TV stand.
Pottery Barn Kids has furnishings that look anything but kid like. They are sophisticated and beautifully made and would work great in a master bedroom that lacks space for larger nightstands.
Also from Pottery Barn Kids, these great little nightstands could work as family room side tables, a little table by the front door, or of course as nighstands in a grown up space as well.
From Restoration Hardware Baby & Child, this activity table would make a pretty awesome coffee table, don't you think?
Another great piece from Restoration Hardware Baby & Child, this desk could easily be used in a small office in a tight condo den, or even in a hallway as a unique table.