Kid-centric home decor meshes style with sustainability

The design for this bamboo crib was inspired
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The design for this bamboo crib was inspired by the New York City skyline. You can also buy a conversion kit to turn the crib into a bed so kids can always have New York on their minds. Available in amber or natural finish. $1,790 at inmod.com.(Credit: Inmod)

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The design for this bamboo crib was inspired by the New York City skyline. You also can buy a conversion kit to turn the crib into a bed so kids can always have New York on their minds. Available in amber or natural finish. $1,790 at inmod.com

Made from low-emission engineered wood, the Uptown Nightstand can easily make its way from a nursery to toddler room to teenage bedroom. It comes in gray, blue or white. $249 at landofnod.com

The Oeuf Classic Toddler Bed is an environmentally friendly bed that's nontoxic and made from micro-density fiberboard. It's low to the ground so little ones can get in and out on their own, and it currently is available in a birch finish. $648 at diapers.com

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It's feminine without going overboard with fairies and princesses. Lotta, created by Brooklyn-based artist Lotta Jansdotter, is a 20-by-24-inch, limited-edition silk-screen made in New York that comes in a white frame. $279 at roomandboard.com

Perhaps your baby will start counting elephants rather than sheep to help him to sleep. If you're not sold on the fabric or the coordination, you can design your own nursery bedding on the website. Price varies by the number of elements you choose at babybedding.com

The geometric pattern in the Dawson Rug is created out of a blend of Indian and New Zealand wool, and comes in three sizes. $149-$699 at Pottery Barn Kids or online at potterybarnkids.com

Kids can use the kidsErgo Rainbow Ergonomic Stool, made from UV-stable technopolymer, indoors or outdoors. It's comfy, durable and it will even help build strength and flexibility. $75 at modernseed.com

This Rockabye Storage Rocker does double duty by rocking and storing -- and it looks cool and modern doing so. It comes in orange or in blue. $199 at 2modern.com

Books may not grow on trees, but they look lovely when they're displayed on them. The Babyletto Spruce Tree Bookcase is $249 at target.com

Babies might giggle through their tears when they have to tug at the smoke coming out of the chimney if they need a tissue. $10 for the Maison Tissue Box at dwellstudio.com

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