The Modular Nursery You Wish You Could Live In

Stokke Home is the next best thing to a return to the womb.

The playroom of our dreams: Stokke Home's nursery collection.
The playroom of our dreams: Stokke Home's nursery collection.

When I remember all the time, effort, and money I spent furnishing my kids' room right when they were born—the cribs, changing table, bassinet, etc.—I'm a bit abashed to realize that all that stuff is gone just three years later. Fact: Babies grow up fast. And it's hard to justify a long-term investment in nursery furniture when most pieces don't stick around into their toddler years. The happy exception? Meet the brand-new Stokke Home.

FROM LEFT The Stokke Home Cradle; a little guy at his Dresser.
FROM LEFT The Stokke Home Cradle; a little guy at his Dresser.

Trust the Scandinavian all-star brand to continually be pushing the boundaries of stylish nursery essentials. When is a crib not just a crib? When it turns into a toddler bed and a playhouse that puts most childhood forts to shame. A portable cradle and changer are on hand to attach and position in various ways, depending on your baby's age and needs. The changer can then be turned upside down and placed on the cradle stand—and voila, you have your child's first play table. And then there's the dresser, with its classic lines that ensure an easy transition to big-kid hood and beyond. Just you wait: with design this good, you'll never get them to leave the house.

FROM LEFT The Changer and Cradle in play-table mode, along with the Bed as playhouse; up close with the play table. Chair, Stokke Tripp Trapp.
FROM LEFT The Changer and Cradle in play-table mode, along with the Bed as playhouse; up close with the play table. Chair, Stokke Tripp Trapp.
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