Thursday, July 14, 2011

Vintage Baby Planters on Etsy : Style Your Kids Room Right Decorating 101

This a steal at $4 at Bygonebargains on Etsy!
Looking for a great way to decorate and style your newborn's room? Why not put a piece of nostalgic memorabilia in there, perhaps something you had as a child? The made in Japan and Taiwan planters are coming back in style and make an adorable little attractions in a baby's room. Some , like the elephant below, were even made right here in the USA! Use them to hold diaper pins, photographs, or baby lotion! So cute and so personable!

 The Vintage Cabinet has these lovely planters!

'Mary had a Vintage Collection of Little Lambs and More! ' by Melony

Sweet pastel vintage baby planters look like a bowl of candy sitting on a shelf! They bring a splash of happy to any room, and that's what a collection needs to do! The Challenge:

Vintage Mary Had a Little La...


Baby Deer Ceramic Wall Pocke...

Vintage Pink and Blue Baby E...

Inarco Baby Bird Vase Plante...

Ruben's Cutsie Baby/Shoe...

Vintage baby Planter Mouse M...

PINK Vintage baby block vase...

Elephants on Parade - Sweet,...

Vintage Blue Bunny Planter

Vintage Mama Cat Hugging Bab...

Planter Vase Vintage Humpty ...

Vintage Planter- Stroller

Vintage Chicks Planter

Vintage Giraffe Planter


  1. Adorable--I love the old animal planters and am surprised they aren't more popular.

  2. Oh, I am just such a sucker for these candy colored confections! I have one whole shelf dedicated to them in my house and just love them. They are still very inexpensive to collect and are so sweet. Thank you for featuring my treasury in your blog.

  3. Hey Cindy
    I love the treasury and the article. I have a great Humpty Dumpty planter in my shop. It would fit right into this treasury. They are so fun and colorful. Notice how they always cover the "pink" and "blue" -that way if the baby was a girl or a boy they were covered!!

  4. Some real deals here. Love Humpty Dumpty.

  5. It was very useful for me. Keep sharing such ideas in the future as well. This was actually what I was looking for, and I am glad to came here! Thanks for sharing the such information with us.