Charming Baskets

We just love these Charming Baskets from The Land Of Nod. Reminiscent of those used by traditional snake charmers, they are perfect to sweep loose toys into at the end of the day, and thankfully come without the snakes! Hand made in Senegal, West Africa by Wolof artisans, they are environmentally friendly and made from sustainable materials, making them all the more charming.

03 Jun 2013
homewares
snake charmers

The Perfect Stool

Make your child's life complete with a handy stool to climb into the pantry and nick the chocolate bickies... we've tracked down a delightful array of stools to help them along on their mischievous adventures...

The Kid Stool One is a lovely traditional looking stool made from solid oak. It's simple design is versatile, transportable and exceptionally well made, which means it is up to the many challenges your tot is likely to throw at it!

The Alvo stool is a cute little geometric number available in white or robin's egg blue. Designed by Brian Beck for Urbancase, this quaint little stool is hand built using vintage German block planes and a simple bench lathe. And because it's made without the use of jigs or computerized cutting machines, each stool has it's own unique personality.

The Pippi Kids Stool was designed by Ragnheidur Osp Sigurdardottir and is more than most simple wooden stools, thanks to it's decorative legs and range of bright colours. This bright little stool will light up any kiddy corner.

The Smartie Stool is a versatile, durable and stylish seat also made from oak. It comes in a wide range of finishes and colours so you can pick one to match your child's room perfectly.

This bright and modern Milking Stool designed by Um Project, is a sleek and playful seat, available in a amazing range of great colours. We just love the canary yellow!

Also inspired by the traditional milking stool, the Spun Stool is hand crafted in steel and recycled australian hardwood. With it's solid little legs and soft edges, it is perfectly suited to little ones.

This great little Australian made Wooden Stool combines a crisp white top with a solid, polished timber base. This stool is super sleek and is designed to fit perfectly into a modern living space.

The unique Turn Stool has a playful design and adds a little fun to any room with colourful, powder coated, steel framed legs.

The Aero Kids Stool is not only fun and practical but also eco-friendly, crafted from the finest sustainably-grown timbers. This solid little stool will see your child through many a pantry raiding adventure.

02 Jun 2013
stools
homewares

Raining Dots

Check out these amazing mobiles by Mackapar. Painted in an array of gorgeous colours, they are like tiny multi-coloured solar systems. Your little one will be utterly mesmerised by this rainbow of dangling spots.

01 Jun 2013
homewares
spots and dots

A Seat of Expression

Brut Cake is devoted to creating handcrafted, useful and functional pieces of art. Seeing treasure where others only see waste, Brut Cake strives to bring new life to discarded furniture and raw materials, making the ordinary become extraordinary. The outcome is a range of special one-off pieces, that tell their own story.

25 May 2013
faces
homewares

Me & Zoo Pillows

Originally from South Korea, but now based in Barcelona, Miju Lee works in illustration, textiles and ceramics. This beautiful collection of face pillows are available from her online store Me & Zoo.

21 May 2013
faces
homewares
pillow

A Deer Wee Chair

Applying a flexible and often humerous approach to designing, Takeshi Sawada creates furniture that is visually stunning. Made from oak, walnut and fake fur, these beautiful Bambi Chairs are a pleasure to look at, turning everyday seating into a mini woodland adventure.

19 May 2013
homewares
chairs
woodland

The Storybook Rabbit

Living in Sydney with her pet rabbit Juno, Kelly spends her days creating all sorts of handmade goodies. These beautiful vintage plates feature transfers of woodland animals, which she then decorates further by hand. Take a moment to visit her online store, The Storybook Rabbit, and check out some of her other beautiful treasures.

17 May 2013
homewares
woodland

Twig Terrariums

Created by a lifelong plant nerd and a skeptical poet, Twig Terrariums are wonderful captured scenes within various glass vessels. Apothecary jars, kitchenware and gumball machines grace shelves, all filled with miniature snapshots into daily life...

Ranging from natural scenes to the whimsical or ironic, Twig Terrariums have been gaining a lot of attention. Earlier this year The New York Botanic Gardens asked them to create an installation called 'Little Landscapes' in their children's garden, and The Museum of Arts and Design featured them during their 'Other Worldly' exhibit. So if you need a lovely little world to get lost in... look no further.

16 May 2013
woodland
homewares
terrarium

Hunting for Toys

Whether you are hunting for a rabbit, a deer, or badger with a pipe, there are some amazing mounted animal heads on offer. Here we have gathered together some of our cruelty free favourites for the conscious trophy collector...

1. Beautiful felt deer head created by Nadya Sheremet. 2. AIC Faux Taxidermy have created a perfect pirate pal, with Ivan, the Intolerable Ivory-Deer. 3. Needle felted miniature deer from Faux Fauna. 4. Also from Faux Fauna, this gorgeous rabbit is just too cute for words. Those chubby cheeks would look fabulous on any wall. 5. If you're feeling crafty, create you own animal head with this Paper Rabbit Kit from Hop Hop Hop Shop. 6. Emily Warren from The Stealthy Rabbit creates wonderful animal heads such as this lovely Hare. We definitely recommend checking out the rest of her beautiful work. 7. Bronze Resin Bear Head from White Faux Taxidermy. 8. Rather dapper British Badger from David Farrer Sculpture. 9. Add some wolfy charm with this beautiful Wolf head from Abigail Brown.

15 May 2013
homewares
woodland

A Tree to Sit On

Add a little green to any room with your very own sitting tree from Blue Design. Made from scrapped knit fabric, the Restart Stool was inspired by leaves that fall in winter and then grow again in spring.

14 May 2013
homewares
woodland

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