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The Land of Nod is a store that specializes in children's home decor.
All about The Land of Nod
The Land of Nod is a company that specializes in everything you need to put together a kid's room. That means furniture, bedding, decorative items, gifts, toys, rugs, lighting, accessories, and more! Whether you're shopping for your own kids, for little family members, or for friends' kids, there's something here to suit everyone's styles. You can shop online, in store, or via their catalog.
To shop online, simply visit the website. Before you go, we recommend adding The Land of Nod to your favorite stores here on Tiendeo! That way, you'll have the latest Land of Nod coupons and discounts ready to go for when you shop. (P.S. this also works for their store locations and catalog, too). Don't forget to check out the special offers they often have going on on their website!
The history of The Land of Nod
The Land of Nod was founded back in 1996 by Jamie Cohen and Scott Eirinberg. Back then, they were running the operation out of Eirinberg's basement! But they got a big break just four years later in 2000 when they partnered with larger store Crate and Barrel, who helped them expand the stores across the United States. While neither founder works for the company today, the brand is still going strong! Most of their items are designed by the company itself.
How can you create a cute gender neutral nursery?
The Land of Nod's website includes a great resource for people who love making their kids' rooms look cute - their blog! It's called Honest to Nod and features tons of great articles.
You can find things like DIY projects, design inspiration, family activities, party ideas, parenting tips, family friendly recipes, and more! One of the most fun parts includes looking at all the adorable rooms they've come up with.
One recent post has a stylish example of how you can create a gender neutral nursery for your little one. Maybe you don't want to find out the gender before he or she arrives, or maybe you'd just rather keep things neutral. So, here are some ideas they had!
First, choose a striking palette. They chose gray, marigold yellow, and robin's egg blue, along with hints of creamy white. They also include lots of gentle touches of color, animal decor, and cozy blankets.