Top 10: Games and Toys as Adornment

Top 10: Games and Toys as Adornment

What exactly does one do with New York City in a Bag? We have a million little games and toys tucked away into a million little corners of our home. And by tucked we don’t mean artfully displayed; we mean hiding under the bed, in the last shoebox that remains unpacked from our moving two years ago, at the bottom of our work bag. Last night we got a wild hair and rounded up every last little object and dumped the spoils out on the living room floor, hoping to cull some inspiration for our mantle, windowsill, bookshelf or coffee table. What we found were a lot of toys, party favors, witty gifts from work acquaintances and the like. Here’s some of what we found, and we want to know what other similarly whimsical items you think deserve consideration for a place of pride out in the open. • New York City in a Bag, MUJI at MoMa (pictured above) • Maharam Memory, A4 Studio

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