Sources for "Organic Modern" Kids' Style

Of all our interior style categories, getting an "Organic Modern" look is perhaps the most dependent on choosing the right furniture. With a keen eye and a little luck you might be able to devise the perfect balance that won't cost the Earth. Many of these vendors may be out of range, but just forgive the prices for a minute, and enjoy window shopping.

1. Kalon Studios most typifies the organic modern nursery. Sourced from renewable forests and made to order, their designs are a leader in the industry. One caveat: be prepared to wait patiently.

2. iglooplay is doing interesting things with form. Inspired by stones and eggs, their line is worth perusal.

3. New York City based Roberto Gil, designer of the now defunct Casa Kids, can custom build anything you like. He's a modern miracle woodworker.

4. Australian-based Ubabub has some enviably lovely designs. Word is they are supposed to come to the United States soon, but we haven't had luck finding them here yet.

5. Danish designer Leander has long been out of our reach. But Eureka! Their much lauded crib and high chair are now available stateside.

6. Oeuf has become a staple for those who love clean lines. Their newer Perch bunk/loft bed in walnut lends itself to Organic Modern chic.

7. Ooba, another Australian brand, has a small line of elegant designs. Please let as know if you see this stateside.

8. Bloom Baby may not be your first thought in this category, but that Coco Lounger calls to us.

9. With unlimited funds, I'd have to consider the Stingray Rocker by Thomas Pedersen to rock the baby. It is pretty gorgeous.

10. I know, I know, it's a pipe dream. But the Sirch Sibi Henry IV High Chair is a thing of beauty.

11. What? You'd rather not mortgage the house for a stunning high chair? Have your cake and eat it too with the Svan high chair.

12. More adult-oriented Blu Dot is a great place to stop for big kid beds and rockers.

13. Don't forget good old West Elm. One of their natural-fiber rugs could set the tone for the whole room.

Happy designing!

(Image: Kalon Sudios, Echo Crib)