Blogging Dwell Magazine: September Issue Gems

Blogging Dwell Magazine: September Issue Gems

Alejandra Valera
Aug 28, 2007


Dwell is one of our favorite drool-worthy magazines, so we love poring through the pages and finding things we feel would be at home on AT: The Nursery. The September issue featured these items which tickled our fancy:

The handmade soft toys by La Maison de Lola are designed and made in Lisbon, Portugal and are the whimsical product of love of Iolanda Mealha ( the Lola in La Maison de Lola), and Álvaro Ramos. Made of wool, cotton and hand-sewn felt and stuffed with duck feathers they are completely adorable. The vintage-inspired look is a favorite amongst adults and children alike -- we know we would love one for ourselves!

Sculptor Paula Hayes's clever and beautiful silicone planters are quirky items we can't stop looking at. Made to resemble baby booties and coming in various sizes from teeny-weeny to backyard garden-sized, they remind us that nature and children often go hand-in-hand.

Other cool finds in the September issue included the cardboard Mobilehome which was also mention here, back in March. Made from 100% recycled materials, the Mobilehome is a cardboard doll house that's easy to carry and easy to fall for.

Thanks, Dwell!

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