Between buyers and home sellers in Nashville, we’ve been really lucky over the past few years to work with families with some really cute kids, and some really cute kids’ rooms.
Kids’ rooms sometimes get short shrift when we’re talking about home staging and home design, since not every buyer has little ones. But a cute kids’ room can really make a home shine — and these days, as much thought is put into a well-designed kid space as any other key room in the house.
For the new Nashville homeowners and Nashville home sellers looking to make their kids’ compound as cute as can be, here are a few of the home-decor options we swear by, some local, some less so.
Where to find cute kids’ room decor in Nashville
2106-B Acklen Avenue Nashville
Scout is a locally based online shop, so they have a solid selection of easily clickable kids’ stuff, including really cute toys and some great bed linens (3) if you and your little one appreciate classic patterns.
6019 Highway 100, Nashville
Cool kids’ furniture is fairly tough to find, but that’s something Magpies (whose brick-and-mortar location is on the outskirts of Belle Meade) excels at stocking. This modern Oeuf play table (4) and bear-ears chairs (5) are a good example. Another Magpies favorite: their selection of handmade wall-decor animal heads (6), from bright green dinosaurs to patchwork bears, all ridiculously cute.
Apple and Oak
717 Porter Rd., Nashville
1204 4th Ave. North, Nashville
Local kids’ shop Rich Hippies, located in Germantown, is stocked with the coolest of cool clothes, toys and decor. They also have some really great storage options — including the Bloomingville Wood Display House (8) and Swahili Storage Basket (9) — and don’t slouch on the pillow selection, either (10).
No mystery here: multiple locations in the Nashville area
We try to shop local as a rule. But have you seen the Pillowfort stuff Target’s been selling lately? It’s some of the most stylish kids’ decor you’ll come across, from simple things like curtains and sheets to dreamy bed canopies (11) and furniture.
Have other favorite stops for kids’ decor in Nashville? We’d love to hear about your go-to shops.
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