Jaxon Mini’s Chic Furniture Line Will Change Your Mind About Kids Decor

04/15/2014 at 10:00 AM ET

When it came time to transition her daughter’s nursery into a toddler room, Jaxon Home designer Victoria Richter didn’t have to look far for inspiration.

Channeling her popular line of home furnishings, Richter set out to adapt her creations into kid-friendly versions. And before long, Jaxon Mini was born.

“As a mom, I want to make my kids happy and comfortable — and as a designer, I want them to have furniture that is sophisticated as well as playful,” Richter says.

The result? A really cute mix of pint-size couches, arm chairs and tufted beds that will transform any tot’s room into a chic space.

Jaxon Mini Kids Furniture CollectionCourtesy Jaxon

Too adult for you? We get it — the Brooklyn hipster meets breezy L.A. look may not be for every kid. But there are plenty of child-friendly touches throughout the line including the round Remi table ($995), which features a fun chalkboard top.

And if you’re worried about how well the furniture will hold up to everyday play, you can rest assured. Just like the adult collection, Jaxon Mini is made from the same high quality materials, including kiln-dried hardwoods and easy-to-clean fabrics.

All we know is we’re happy to see more modern options for kids room decor. We love bean bags and bunk beds just as much as the next parent, but this is a breath of fresh air.

http://jaxonhome.com/Courtesy Jaxon

— Anya Leon

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Catca on

It’s really not too bad. It actually does look pretty functional/kid oriented. I would never pay those kinds of prices for children’s furniture ($995 for a table that will be used for a couple years?) I’m sorry but when you look at the price tag for raising a child these days between day care/preschool, all the way through college, who on earth makes enough to afford these prices and still have the money to send their kids to college without loans? That’s very pricey even for a millionaire – you’d literally have to be a multimillionaire or deciding that the chalk table is more important than college tuition… How about designing fun functional and sophisticated looking furniture that holds up well (just use furniture board instead of kiln dried wood) to keep costs down and the style quotient high?

Mommytoane on

Well if you like the table you could always pick up a cheap table at a garage sale or an unfinished one at a craft store, then grab a gallon of chalkboard paint and have at it. Same effect, but a lot cheaper. Plus you would still have paint left over to do a few framed boards or a part of a wall. 🙂

Cute stuff, but nothing I haven’t seen before on adult funiture. Nothing worth paing those redic prices for but it gives some cute ideas.

michelle moyer on

looks just like Jennifer DeLonges stuff someone copied it

Sara on

Love the looks! Simple, modern, attractive and functional.

Dreamly on

How awesome is that chalkboard table ! This nursery is just to die for. I bet Jaxon feels very grown up in it.