Kerry Cassill brings a touch of dreamy exoticism to everything she designs, be it kids' clothing or bedding. After several buying trips to India and France, she established her eponymous label in the '90s — largely inspired by the lush, hand-blocked textiles she came upon during her travels. Her kids' clothes, which include tunics, sundresses and bloomers, come in muted patterns like ikat and are set against soft, washed-out tints. They're the perfect daywear for hippie-chic tots in training.
We were so excited when we discovered Modern Bird Studios' amazing artwork! Give them a family picture or photo of your little one, and they'll transform it into a canvas or wood masterpiece. Here's the cool part: You can choose how many colors you want to use (3, 4 or 5), and there are acrylic versions available as well. Just make sure you have a spot for the final product in your living room.
Wrap your baby in all-natural goodness: Shi Shu Baby bamboo blankets, which are handmade in India, appeal to your child's softer side. Perfect for swaddling sensitive skin, the ultra-plush fabric is chemical-free and comes in a plethora of pastels. Plus, we have machine-washable diaper bags in a host of hues.
Decorating a nursery? A modern crib and brightly colored bedding are just a few of the items on offer here. Spice up bedroom walls with charming prints that pop, and you can keep all of your little one's toys tucked away in our wooden storage cubes.
Inspired by the lush, hand-blocked textiles she encountered on her travels in India and France, designer Kerry Cassill focuses on hippie-chic style for children’s clothing and bed linens. Muted patterns and soft colors rule this selection of daywear for tots: Check out the tea dresses and tunics for girls, in play-friendly, comfy cotton and adorned with understated details like neckline embroidery and mother-of-pearl closures. Cassill brings the same aesthetic to this selection of linens, from the watercolor-print reversible quilt to a bright-blue four-piece crib set for the littlest sleepers.