Olliella, the makers of the hugely popular Luggy basket have recently launched the super cute Strolly! A hand-woven rattan basket on wheels that switches from a pram to a shopping trolley just by lowering the hood of the pram. Perfect for dolls, pretend play, or for transporting your favourite knitted fruits and vegetables. (See cute veggies in main picture MyuM). Your little ones can even take their chosen toys out for a stroll. Wonderful for both little boys & girls…
Luna & Curious is an independent store in Shoreditch, East London, owned and run by three creatives, Polly George, Kaoru Parry and Rheanna Lingham, who combine their talents to create an inspiring shopping experience. The store has been running for over 11 years, we find out a bit more about this little British gem, and in the process discover Polly, Kaoru and Rheanna’s #CoupDeCoeur selection for the kids.
British online store Toyella offers a great range of gifts that promote traditional play and interaction. With a focus on hard to find, different items with a high level of style and design, their toys bring a depth of social, physical, educational and developmental benefit.
It started with a store in Barcelona, filled with a great assortment of contemporary products for kids. A few years later, Nobodinoz has turned into a label producing furniture, deco, clothing, toys and all things fun and new. Their collections focus on quality, durability and sustainability, keeping in mind that good and beautiful things should also be affordable.
Shaking the boundaries between art and design, Bang Bang created these large size reproductions of toy figurines in vibrant colours. Playing with a nostalgic memory of iconic objects we were all familiar with as kids. Fun!
The Hungry Little Minds A-Z flash cards and building blocks are the first of a series of toy designs planned with the objective of creating toys which are fun and creative and introduce children into the world of architecture and design. Behind this project is Vikki Tucker, a designer and interior architect from