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20 Of The Best Places To Buy Furniture And Decor For Kids Online

Precious home decor options for the young and *young at heart*. The products in this post were updated in October 2017.

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1. Hayneedle for everything a new bedroom might need.,,

Why it's great: Hayneedle is probably the first place to look thanks to their wide array of cute furniture at reasonable prices. They have a little bit of every style, so you're sure to find something that catches your (or your child's) eye.

Stuff we like: Study Zone II Desk & Chair for $139.99 (left), Metal Twin Carriage Bed for $154 (top right), and Little Ones Clothes Tree for $62.99 (bottom right).

2. Land of Nod for stuff so cute, adults even buy it for themselves.,,

Why it's great: This store has some of the best bedding out there if you're looking for something quirky and fun (and duh, of course you are, kids' rooms are where decor imagination can run wild). They also have some squeal-worthy lamps, adorable wall hangings, and dressers you might want to buy for your own room.

Stuff we like: Retro Reptile Bedding for $14-$209 (left), Floral Fauna Night Light for $25 (top right), 2-Bin Storagepalooza for $199 (bottom right).

3. Pottery Barn Kids for cozy classics that both parents and kids will enjoy.,,

Why it's great: Now you can get furniture that celebrates your child's interests, while still being durable and well-made. Things like Star Wars bookcases and Batman beds are the perfect compromise between fun and function.

Stuff we like: Batmobile Shelf for $149 (left), Dachshund Shelf for $63 (top right), and Organic Magical Unicorn Sheet Set for $14.50-$109 (bottom right).

4. Amazon for furniture that won't break the bank.,,

Why it's great: Between the user reviews and free shipping, shopping here is pretty much a no-brainer. Plus, returns are free and easy, so even if you regret your purchase, you can send it right back.

Stuff we like: Tot Tutors Kids Book Rack Storage Bookshelf for $22.99 (left), Dozenegg Stuffed Animal & Toy Organizer Hammock Pet Net for $11.95 (top right), and DHP Studio Twin Loft Bed for $290.73 (bottom right).

5. Design Life Kids for when your kids are much, much cooler than you.,,

Why it's great: Seriously, this is for kids who already have a popular design Instagram filled with monstera leaves and brutalist architecture. Although the selection is limited, the home decor options are worth admiring.

Stuff we like: Narwhal Crib Sheet for $49 (left), Nulle Rug for $125 (top right), Miniature Funkis House for $250 (bottom right).

6. Target for furniture and bedding so cute your kids will want to use it into adulthood.,,

Why it's great: You don't need to us to tell you why Target is amazing, but if you need a refresher, the store is packed with trendy, inexpensive home goods that will make your apartment or house into a cheerful home.

Stuff we like: Stackable Laminate 2-Compartment Bin White for $29.99 (left), Tassel Bed Canopy for $36.99 (top right), and Circle Shelf for $28.49 (bottom right).

7. Rosenberry Rooms for higher end furniture that will last several children.,,

Why it's great: From traditional to modern, there's a little bit of everything here. You and your kids are sure to come sort of agreement on how to decorate with all these options.

Stuff we like: Birch Rabbit Chairs - Set Of 2 for $226 (left), Whimsy Sky Rug for $56.05 (top right), Mid-Century Dresser In French White for $901.55 (bottom right),

8. Wayfair for total steals (since they're going to grow out of that twin bed anyway).,,

Why it's great: You can actually afford it! Furniture is always going to be expensive, but it gets harder to rationalize that expense when your kid is going to take a marker to it as soon as you assemble it. For the price, Wayfair has a huge selection of incredibly cute stuff that can handle having Play-Doh wedged in it.

Stuff we like: 2 Piece Urban Adventure Play Kitchen Set for $140.99 (left), Nola 6 Drawer Double Dresser for $179.99 (top right), Maryanne Twin Over Full Bunk Bed for $248.99 (bottom right).

9. Bed Bath and Beyond for simple but reliable choices.,,

Why it's great: Bed and bath are right there in the name so you know you can trust them with furniture. Their children's section is perfect for people looking for safe, attractive options.

Stuff we like: DaVinci Jayden 6-Drawer Double Dresser in White for $399.99 (left), 3-in-1 Convertible Crib in Grey/White for $299.99 (top right), and Skyline Furniture Digitally Printed Cheetah Patterned Headboard for $274.99+ (bottom right).

10. Birch Lane for traditional pieces that will make you nostalgic for your own childhood bedroom.,,

Why it's great: Birch Lane provides all the classic furniture pieces you might find in a typical American home—at least in a movie home, anyway. From charming sports lamps to tasteful dark wood furniture, the store gives shoppers some old-fashioned charm for middle-of-the-road prices.

Stuff we like: Soccer Table Lamp for $37.99 (left), LEGO Nightstand for $87.87 (top right), Murray Armoire for $254.99 (bottom right).

11. Anthropologie Kids for bestowing your children with whimsical decor early on.,,

Why it's great: Although limited, it's nice to extend some of that eclectic Anthro charm onto your kids. Gotta start them young!

Stuff we like: Kitty Garland for $28 (left), Circus Storage Bin for $26 (top right), Cactus Light for $110 (bottom right).

12. YLiving for modern flair that will definitely up your kid's number of weekly playdates.,,

Why it's great: Consider this site the greatest hits of adorable and modern furniture. It'll satisfy your midcentury obsession and your child's dream of cuddling up to a giant, light-up bunny rabbit. Expect lots of little tots coming over to play.

Stuff we like: Miffy XL Lamp for $269 (left), 3-Drawer Changer Dresser for $349 (top right), Cat Rug for $260 (bottom right).

13. Etsy for hand-crafted products that no one else on your block will have.,

Why it's great: There's something to be said about buying a product straight from the creator. Besides supporting small businesses, you get something that feels unique and special.

Stuff we like: Toddler House Bed from rubyrye for $180 (left), NEST customized handmade plywood baby crib from WoodRepublicPL for $750, and Kids Faux Leather Chaise from DesignRevolutionProp for $225 (bottom right).

14. The Disney Store for pretty much making your children's dreams come true.,

Why it's great: Did you know Ethan Allen made a collection of Mickey Mouse-themed furniture? The selection is as well-made as it is positively adorable. Now your whole home can be filled with the signature mouse ears.

Stuff we like: Mickey Mouse Club Chair and a Half for $2,099 (left), Mickey Mouse Carolwood Night Table for $499 (top right), and Mickey Mouse Comic Play Table for $469 (bottom right).

15. H&M for life-saving, inexpensive finds that make bedrooms look like playgrounds.,,

Why it's great: When you're looking for some home decor that'll go easy on you're wallet, H&M has a small but promising collection. Be prepared for a lot of stars, pandas, and flamingos.

Stuff we like: Christmas Duvet Cover Set for $24.99 (left), Unicorn Bookend for $9.99 (top right), and Star Hooks for $5.99 (bottom right).

16. buybuyBaby for a solid selection that never disappoints.,,

Why it's great: The store focuses on the staples, so you don't have to worry about spending a ton of money on things you don't need.

Stuff we like: Mighty My Size Table and Chairs Set for $49.99 (left), Happy Home Storage Bookcase in Grey for $149.99 (top right), and Toy Chest in Leopard for $24.99 (bottom right).

17. Overstock for inexpensive decor that looks just as good as the other fancy schmancy stores.,

Why it's great: Overstock is a huge resource for inexpensive furniture. It can be a little daunting to flip through the thousands of pages of items, but once you find the perfect piece it'll all be worth it.

Stuff we like: Platform Twin Metal Bed Frame for $59.99 (left), KidKraft Activity Play Table for $102.99 (top right), Black 6-Drawer Dresser for $214.99 (bottom right).

18. 2Modern for furniture that looks like you stole it from the MoMA.,,

Why it's great: It's never too early to surround your young ones with hyper modern furniture.

Stuff we like: Tube Top Color Lamp for $135+ (left), Sparrow Conversion Kit for $222 (top right), and Dottie Bookcase for $249 (bottom right).

19. Jonathan Adler for babies who appreciate contemporary decor.,,

Why it's great: Jonathan Adler is so amazing, that of course there's great stuff for kids too. The only problem is that the price tag is still a little out of our budget.

Stuff we like: Crocheted Lion Rug for $495 (left), Sensory Gym for $119 (top right), and Elephant Throw Pillow for $38.

20. Ikea for when nothing else will do.,,

Why it's great: When in doubt, Ikea will always be there for you, selling hip products for a fraction of the price of competitors. The Swedish furniture store has a particularly exciting kids' section with plenty of items to turn any room into a playground.

Stuff we like: FÖLJA Changing Table for $145 (left), GUNGGUNG Swing for $24.99 (top right), STRÅLA Lamp Shade for $4.99 (bottom left).

Hot tip: Kid's furniture can also be adult furniture if you want it to be.

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