1. Stokke Limited Edition Tripp Trapp
Fancy chairs aren’t just for adults. To celebrate the production of its 10 millionth Tripp Trapp high chair, Stokke is releasing a limited-edition collection today that could get design enthusiasts considering a new edition to the fam. Perfect for parents who balk at the sight of bright plastic furniture, the new styles — made with either a chic white or black oak wood and trendy rose-gold and steel hardware — give the iconic design a high-end makeover. Even more alluring: Only 4,000 chairs will be available globally. Parents-to-be, update your baby registry STAT. $299, stokke.com

2. Minnetonka x Free Range Mama moccasins
What’s cuter than chubby little baby feet in moccasins? Chubby little baby feet in moccasins hand-painted by Free Range Mama, that’s what. Since 2012, designer Lindsay Stewart has been painting whimsical designs on moccasins she sells in her Etsy store. Now she’s partnered with Minnetonka Moccasin Co. for an exclusive infant collection. We can hear the “awwwws” now. $45, minnetonkamoccasin.com

3. Love Mae five-piece bamboo dinner set
We’ve been admiring Australian brand Love Mae’s gorgeous bamboo dinnerware for quite some time and are so excited the brand has finally made its way to the U.S. For local stockists, visit: lovemae.com.au $37.95, lovemae.com.au

4. Blu Dot Bumper ottomans
It’s hard having nice furniture with little ones around, but Blu Dot’s mix-and-match Bumper ottomans are the perfect blend of function, safety and cool design. The pieces — which act as seating, side tables or makeshift playground equipment — are made of soft felted wool upholstery and come in fun geometric shapes and a variety of colors. Go wild. $143.20-$299, bludot.com

5. Wolfum Deco Push Toys
Wolfum prints bold patterns directly on birch wood to create these artful push toys that you won’t mind leaving out when company comes over. $40-$44, wolfum.com