What to get for the new parent who has everything? This stunning baby cocoon designed by Dripta Roy for Puur design, based in Eindhoven, Netherlands (they are opening a second studio in Montreal this summer)...
Will grandma and baby have to arm wrestle over who gets to use the Bambini? Its unique design truly makes it a family chair - a high chair for babies and toddlers, a rocking toy for kids and an adjustable height chair for older kids and adults.
In August's issue of Real Simple, we saw this idea in one family's house tour. Since the kids had outgrown the Phil and Ted's Me Too seat, they kept it attached to their kitchen table, and used it as a catchall for homework.
Andrea is looking for feedback on a particular high chair. Anyone? (Bueller?...Bueller?)
I am going to be a first time mom in a few months and have just started looking at registry options. I really like the Inglesina Club Highchair, but I can't find any reviews about it. Has anyone used this product? Thanks!
Ohdeedoh reader, Pyjammy, was the lucky winner of the Monte Design Cubino chair Thursday Giveaway on June, 19. She sent us a note, "Just wanted to thank you again for the chair. Here's a picture of one of my boys in it."
This austere baby swing from Austrian designer Mohr Polster, which he originally designed for his baby daughter, looks a bit like a giant pair of 100% felted lambswool underpants. In light gray or brown, the baby swing holds babies from four to 24 months (up to 30 pounds).
Balouga is a one-of-a-kind dedicated kids design gallery/boutique in the Marais that sells vintage 20th and 21st century furniture and accessories and reeditions of mini classics for those who believe you're never too young to live in style. We visited owner Véronique's home over at Apartment Therapy last December. A former journalist and mother of three, she is pictured here in the shop. Véronique sources furniture and accessories from Europe and the rest of the world and ships internationally. Balouga also produces its own collection of evolving desks for growing kids with designers Mahmoud Akram and Matali Crasset.