Thursday, 20 December 2012


Heads or Tails?! The new wooden kids storage boxes Pilou Faces, designed by E-Glue and Béô Design, offer a lot of different face combinations. Your kids can choose their favorite ones or easily change them according to the mood of the day, by turning the bottom or the top of the boxes. Just let your kids choose the right sides!

Monday, 17 December 2012


How I love Pinterest. Just found the most adorable shoes for your kids. Schier Shoes is on top of their game right now. It's just one of those brands that does everything right! The leopard ones are priceless. Velskoen (pronounced “fell-skoon”) were originally developed from the footwear of the Khoikhoi tribe in the 1600′s, and are the predecessor of the modern desert boot. Affectionately called ‘vellies’, Schier Shoes – are made from vegetable-dyed Kudu leather and are hand made in Swakopmund, Namibia by eight Damara men who create 20 pairs an afternoon. These boots are made to last and can be passed down through to younger children, or you can donate them back to Schier who will re-home them and then forward you a postcard of thanks from their new owner.

Monday, 10 December 2012


This set of wooden toys by Polish studio Poorex incorporates tools associated with household chores. Made out of beech wood, the Poor Toys combine simplified wooden vehicles with household items such as a brush, a plug and a clothes peg. Love, love, love!

Thursday, 6 December 2012


If you haven’t heard of Lomography, it’s time to educate yourself. Whether you are a seasoned photographer or a self-confessed newbie, everyone can be a lomographer. Lomography is a pretty recent type of photography invented by the Lomographic Society, founded in the early nineties in Austria. The concept of Lomography encompasses an interactive, vivid, blurred and crazy way of life. Now you can really take cool shots of your kids!

Monday, 3 December 2012


Donna Wilson set up her company in 2003 after making odd knitted creatures for her final show at the Royal College of art. The creatures sold out and since then she has built her business designing and making a collection of countless adorable products for the home from cushions and blankets to plates and cups. Everything she produces is made by hand in England and has, in her own words, "a unique style with the aim of making people smile".

Thursday, 29 November 2012


This Danish modern teak toy monkey was designed in 1951 by Kay Bojesen for Rosendahl. Just looking at his sweet face and silly limbs makes me smile…
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Monday, 26 November 2012


Counting down to Christmas? How about making your own advent calendar like this one from Naturlich kreativ ? It may take some time but afterwards you'll have a beautiful and original way to count the days to go with your family….

Thursday, 22 November 2012


If I ever have another baby, I would dream of this beautiful cradle...In 1963, the Lulu Cradle was designed by prominent Danish designer Nanna Ditzel, and became a highly collectible example of modern Danish craftsmanship. All of Ditzel’s grandchildren slept in a Lulu Cradle, passing one cradle back and forth between family members over the years. As part of the celebration of the 125th anniversary of Brdr. Krüger, the Lulu Cradle will be reproduced in a limited numbered edition of 200 pieces.
Mokuba is the Japanese word for “rocking horse”, and the Japanese/Danish design duo O&M Design created this wooden playmate. In honor of their 125th anniversary, Brdr. Krüger will be producing Mokuba for the first time, also in a limited numbered edition of 200.

Monday, 19 November 2012


YOU SO WANT THIS! Gorgeous art prints and posters by Mini & Maximus exclusively available from concept store BODIE and FOU. It's the first creative partnership of Bodie and Fou with Mini and Maximus, a US kid label that designed a series of graphic prints. Following the success of the Batgirl print, the Feathers print and the Bat print, they have now launched three new prints: Le Chat print, Mima Le Chat and the Monkey print. Have a look on the Bodie and Fou website for more cool stuff!

Thursday, 15 November 2012


Twig Creative has a line of children s toys that everyone will want to own. They are a creative boutique that specializes in childrens' toys, brand design, and new product development. From there adorable wooden camera, to their imaginative anaPad 2 the only problem your kids will have is which to play with first. For all you Instagram fans out there we are especially excited to show you the Anagram Wooden camera. Anagram is inspired by the ridiculously popular camera and photo-sharing mobile app Instagram and is handmade from sustainable wood, cork, and leather to look like the app’s icon. Below some more cool stuff of Twig Creative..
If these wooden cameras could take pictures -- they would -- of themselves.
If these wooden cameras could take pictures -- they would -- of themselves.
Orchard Nightlights -- Imagination doesn't sleep, but hopefully your little ones do.
The anaPad 2 is a wooden creative tablet for kids -- and adults.

Monday, 12 November 2012


It never occurred to me to decorate a light switch on the wall – but then I never knew dressing them with funny vinyl stickers was an option! Kids will love dressing up their switches with awesome Light Up Your Mood stickers. Just like vinyl wall decals, these vinyl stickers peel on and off easily without leaving any sticky residue or marks. Flicking the light on and off has never been so hilarious as it is when the switch is someone’s freckled nose! PS It’s a perfect Christmas stocking filler...

Thursday, 8 November 2012


Man I want that swing for my kids! La Clinica is a collection of handcrafted furniture produced by local artisans based in three different parts of the world: Madrid (Spain), Turin (Italy) and Sao Paulo (Brazil). La Clinica is based on the interaction between young designers and experienced artisans, which combines new ideas with centuries-old know-how. The result is three different collections made from the same design and produced differently according to the local traditions and material resources."

Monday, 5 November 2012


Creativity never stops... That's right!! Shusha Toys is the brainchild of two young parents with background in graphic design and architecture, who in anticipation to their first child, decided to experiment and make toys that could be not only fun, but also help kids develop creativity, imagination and motor skills. Moustaches, smiles, eyebrows, noses, beards, the combinations with these blocks are endless, and sooo funny. All Shusha Toys are made in-house in Russia from natural materials, such as wood and non-toxic paints.

Thursday, 1 November 2012


I love this 'Sans Nicole' crochet typeface A1 alphabet poster by Nicole Griffin. " I wanted something to show my personality, quirkiness as well as my slight perfectionist tendencies. I am into craft, I love surprising people who think knitting and crochet is Kitsch and boring by showing them something extraordinary."

Monday, 29 October 2012


How I love the Egmont night lights…. Specially for Halloween I would like to share with you the black Mushroom Light. A fairytale nightlight which gives a warm restful glow to keep children calm at night. Looks magical in daylight too!

Wednesday, 24 October 2012


TOTEMS by Dino Sanchez are stackable wooden blocks for people of all ages to use in the playroom or at the office. Each block is handmade in the US from solid oak and walnut with non-toxic finishes. Four blocks to a set feature four unique faces!

Monday, 22 October 2012


Restoration Hardware is positioned as a lifestyle brand and design authority, offering dominant assortments across a growing number of categories, including furniture, lighting, textiles, bathware, decor, outdoor and garden as well as baby and child products. Their range is huge for baby and kids. They've got 21 different crib designs alone! Restoration baby & child collection is not all my style and taste, but they have definitely some nice stuff that's worth checking out!