vintage daybeds: child style.
by victoria comment

6/4/18

bamboo daybed. / sfgirlbybay

it’s no secret that vintage bamboo daybeds are back in style, but have you thought about them for le bébé? the french daybeds make for some very serious child style, as you can see from these sweet spaces. we’ve had a hard time keeping them in stock at super marché ever since i brought mine home from elsie green, and now when i peruse children’s magazines, like milk and european blogs, i’m seeing these pretty bamboo daybeds everywhere and even fashioned as chic cribs and baby’s bassinets. here’s a look at some very adorable children’s bedrooms featuring these vintage finds as the pièce de résistance.

inspiring kids bedroom with bamboo bed. / sfgirlbybay

bamboo baby crib. / sfgirlbybay

bamboo kids beds. / sfgirlbybay

bamboo vintage-inspired kids bed. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring kids room with bamboo bed frame. / sfgirlbybay

super marche bamboo daybed. / sfgirlbybay

bamboo baby crib. / sfgirlbybay

striped wallpaper with bamboo daybed in kids room. / sfgirlbybay

bamboo vintage modern daybed. / sfgirlbybay

bamboo kids room daybed. / sfgirlbybay

bamboo daybed with forest wall mural. / sfgirlbybay

bamboo kids room beds. / sfgirlbybay

kids bamboo crib. / sfgirlbybay

• photography credits in order of appearance: room to bloom; i could have called myself marcel; @shopdarlingclementine; coccoli home; inside out magazine; petite and small; 100 layer cake; @thebeachpeople; live loud girl; le enfants du design; @christine_simplybloom; @christine_simplybloom; elle decoration; @sweetdreamphotography; @auraispumappelermarcel; super marché; petite em; live loud girl; @bymolle; @perrine.59; emily henderson design; @hank_knitwear; room blush.

5 responses to “vintage daybeds: child style.”

  1. egads…
    while these are the sweet to look at, the infant ones can’t possible by safe by today’s standards! Do babies really sleep in the crib-type ones!?!

  2. I have one for my child, and I lined the inside with padding covered in cotton fabric. I have sewn it to the crib itself so no cords that can be pulled loose or anything. Of course it looks a little less appealing on photo’s, but at least I can be sure that my little one is safe and comfortable!

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