Nameberry Style: Robots in the Nursery

Nameberry Style: Robots in the Nursery

Nameberry Style columnist
Elisabeth Wilborn goes back in the nursery this week, gathering prime examples of another fresh nursery theme: Robots.

Robots are the mascot of contemporary children’s design.  You will have much to choose from if you opt for a mechanized nursery theme.  Children across the board are fascinated with robots, or “o-bot!” as my two-year-old says.   They embody the suspension of disbelief that reigns in a child’s imagination, and yet they are all too real.

Here is a modern nursery that will truly grow with the child.  Each object echoes the theme.  The lighting could break into a robo dance at any moment, and the crib hops on legs!  Is that chair a transformer?  Links in the rug help put the ‘bots back together, and its circular shape softens the room.  Unify the elements against a cool grey wall – the brights will pop.

Our selection, with buying links below the picture:

  1. Sleep sack by Little Auggie

  2. Lovey doll by I Golfini Della Nonna

  3. Pendant Lamp

  4. Wall art by Mimosa

  5. Onlooker print by Roxa Smith

  6. Kalon Studios Crib

  7. Toddler bedding by Ferm Living (pair with a simple white crib sheet)

8 ) Monte Glider

  1. Robot pillows

  2. notNeutral links rug

  3. Table Lamp

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Nameberry Style columnist Elisabeth Wiborn is the creator of The Itsy Factor and You Can’t Call It It.

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About the Author

Pamela Redmond

Pamela Redmond

Pamela Redmond is the cocreator and CEO of Nameberry and Baby Name DNA. The coauthor of ten groundbreaking books on names, Redmond is an internationally-recognized baby name expert, quoted and published widely in such media outlets as the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Today Show, CNN, and the BBC. She has written about baby names for The Daily Beast, The Huffington Post, and People.

Redmond is also a New York Times bestselling novelist whose books include Younger, the basis for the hit television show, and its sequel, Older. She has three new books in the works.