Land Of Nod recently unveiled seven new styles of their best-selling Nod Chair. There's something for everyone, including a beefy option that was the prize-winning entry of the Design Your Own Nod Chair contest.
We’ve always loved Ferm living, thanks to their winsome line of wallpapers, textiles and line of kid’s décor. We were so happy to get a look at their Fall/Autumn collection at this years gift fair, we thought this Danish design company deserved a second look.
When it comes to children's goods, natural wood seems to be the minority and primary-colored plastics have the definite lion's share of the market. That's why we're excited when we see furnishings for children that are as understated as these:
I have a love for flat pack furniture. It doesn't matter what kind of furniture it is, the less space it takes up when moving or not in use the better. That said, there aren't too many options for kids that come in this manner, so this new chair names EVA simply stole my heart.
Blocks are an essential toy that every home with kids should have. They stack just as well no matter what they look like but we can't help but be drawn to block sets that are also good looking, like this vibrantly colored one. Both upper and lower case letters in "hot" colors.
I didn't come across this seat when I was looking at booster seats for my daughter, but I wish I had. Each SweetSeat is handmade and the perfect height so those little legs won't get squashed. It also meets my #1 criteria: easy to clean.
Poufs have been popular for a while now and we think they are an excellent small space addition. As extra seating, a footstool or makeshift tabletop, grownup furniture or the object of a child's imagination, a pouf can go anywhere, be anything. Here are five we like in a range of textures, styles and price points.