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This breathtaking pink butterfly mobile will add a beautiful cascade of detailing over a baby's crib or in a girl's bedroom. Full yet delicate, this collection of butterflies shimmer in the slightest breeze. Your hearts will flutter with delight.
This blue and white paper mobile with flying birds is so sweet and fun. The colors make it appear a bit more edgy, too.
Bird Paper Mobile
This is a happy, modern and colorful take on the traditional mobile. It has enough colors to engage a child, and it is a pretty piece that can stay in a child's room for a few years.
Incorporating a mobile into an adult space doesn't mean you have to look for a really grown-up design. Take this cute cloud mobile, for example: It would be a fun, kitschy addition to any room.
These delicate crystal dream catchers will have your little one entranced from the minute you lay them in their crib. Filtering light through each delicate crystal, these hanging wonders add subtle detail to a room. Place them near a window as shown for their best effect.
Crystal Dream Catchers
The mobiles from this Lithuanian Etsy shop are incredible. Each of these sweet sleeping elephants is hand-knit.
This is a mobile made with origami paper. Hang it where there's a soft movement of air. It makes a great addition to a baby's room.
I would use this mobile in a nursery or kids' room for sure, but it's sophisticated enough to work in an office too.
This sculptural mobile features a playful interplay of geometric and organic forms. The elements colors and subtly curved shapes contrast with one another and the ceiling for eye-catching dimension. Fluid movement has a calming influence and horizontal orientation makes for optimal viewing from...
Designed by Karen HestbeckMaterials: PlasticArrives ready to hang, but the figures need to be clipped together.
Mobiles aren't just for babies. These paper creations from DwellStudio offer fresh designs and colors that I would love to see hanging in a child's space — young or old.
Dots Multi Mobile
Made from sustainably harvested bamboo and earth-friendly renewable resources, this wooden jungle mobile is cute, green and a feast for baby eyes.
Jungle Bamboo Mobile
I love crafts, but this instrumental mobile is beyond my skill set and patience level. Fortunately this Etsy seller does a lovely job and will even customize the colors — my sister-in-law bought one for her son's room.
This delightful group of tiny hot air balloons is technically a mobile. However, as a fully grown adult (most of the time), I would not be ashamed to hang it in a travel-themed room for someone of any age.
This is one of the most adorable mobiles out there. I'd use it in a nursery or above a special reading corner or window seat.
This mobile reminds me of a capiz shell chandelier. I think it would look fabulous in a cozy corner over a reading chair.
Birds of a feather...flock together. They do on this mobile at least. Teach your kids about diversity, or another meaningful lesson of the sort, through the visual aid of this hanging art. If that's too much of a stretch, even for parents, admire its airy balance.
For those who like a subdued color palette for their nursery, I really like the neutral tones of this mobile.
The little pops of color on this mobile make it fun and interesting. It would look great in a modern space and could be the inspiration for a simple DIY project.
Add cheerful interest to your ceiling with the delightful, handmade Flensted mobile in yellow. It's a great way to brighten a dull corner, the space over a desk or a child's room.
This is a gorgeous and bright mobile that I would love to have next to my thick wooden nightstand for a fun dose of contrast.