Unearthing "Organic Modern" Elements in Children's Rooms

Efforts to round up entire "Organic Modern" children's rooms have not been fruitful. Has the trend not yet caught on in children's spaces? Is it just so expensive and/or time consuming, as to be prohibitive? Or are parents who are fans of this style going for more whimsy in the nursery? We did, however, catch glimpses of the notion. Click through to see moments in (mostly) real rooms.
All of this of course begs the question, "what is Organic Modern, anyway?" It could be a hand-crocheted crib, a simple branch as clothing or curtain, a beautiful rounded natural shape cast in a sleek white resin. Our favorite might be a combination of stark modern and raw, reclaimed wood.

Perhaps the jury's still out on the definition. What does "Organic Modern" mean to you?

TOP ROW:
1. A Handmade Walnut Plywood Crib in an Oakland, CA home featured in Dwell
2. Wool cradle at XS-M-L shop in the Netherlands
3. Children's room by Lucas Studio featuring Kalon Studios Ioline Crib
4. The home of Ubabub founders Natasha & Daniel Dumais on The Design Files
5. DIY branch clothing rod seen in Xavier Dean's Striped and Serene Nursery

BOTTOM ROW:
6. Handmade Bunk in Marmol Radziner-designed home in Venice, CA
7. Kalon Studios Caravan Crib as seen in Oliver's Crafty Crib
8. Leander Cot as seen in Jasper's Joyous Jungle, Apartment Therapy
9. Homemade Hanging Beds as seen in A Trio of Hanging Beds Apartment Therapy Tour
10. Mimondo Bunk Beds

(Images: 1. Aya Brackett 2. XS-M-L shop 3. Lucas Studio 4. James Braund 5. Kelle at Habitat + Beyond 6. Ricardo DeAratanha/Los Angeles Times 7. Heather Weston 8. Kate Challis 9. Marian Anderson 10. Mimondo)

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