Today, we’re thinking about nursery designs that are “eco-friendly”, “green”, and “sustainably made”. We’ve gotten our hands on some of the hottest eco-friendly nursery furniture on the market and one Project Nursery reader is going to get our help in designing a gorgeous nursery, using these pieces – Read on for a Fabulous Perk Alert!
Featuring green/sustainable elements including non-toxic finishes, eco-friendly materials, and domestically made pieces, Kalon Studios is the perfect starting point for any green nursery.
The matching dresser is truly heirloom quality, and what’s more green than passing something down?
We imagine these fun, colorful pieces paired them with some of our other favorite eco-friendly options, like this adorable rocker by Nurseryworks – a company that’s also thoroughly dedicated to green design.
When we first started in this industry, the options for eco-friendly bedding were few and far between. Today though, things have changed! We’re loving the beautiful bedding options from the likes of Cotton Monkey, and Area Baby.
And, no nursery is complete without an adorable chair for little one. We love these Hut Huts, also from Kalon Studios.
To round out any eco-friendly design, a natural mattress is a must-have – we love the gorgeous options from Naturalmat. Choose low or no VOC paint, and paint the nursery well in advance of baby’s arrival. If you’re looking for more tips on how to create an eco-friendly nursery, check out Natural Child Magazine, who just released their first print issue!
So, without further ado, here’s the special offer we have for all Project Nursery readers (regardless of your location)…
Is the offer of the perk alert crib and changer still on?? I hope so!! Thanks
I love everything in these photos, from the beddings to the crib, dresser, and kiddie chairs. And the fact that they are eco-friendly is a big fat bonus!
I may not need cribs and baby dressers anymore, but I could use a Naturalmat mattress for the now-older kids. I hope I could find more eco-friendly sheets and linens for grown-ups too.
It’s really great that more and more furniture and baby stuff manufacturers are going the green route and are helping promote love for the environment through eco-friendly and sustainable products. This all makes me want to have another baby!