Zoli has just announced a super fun collaboration with tokidoki. The iconic tokidoki characters are featured on the insulated, double-walled stainless steel food containers.
The Toki POP straw bottles feature Donutella, Adios, SANDy, and Kaiju. $30
The Toki DINE food jar comes in Donutella, Maxx, Cactus Rocker, and Stellina. $30
I love these for parent tokidoki fans (of which there are many!) as well as older children and even teens, for whom the ordinary zoli designs might seem too babyish.
Coming in January from Nenu, the Bowl + Plate are the sleekest new modern kids dining set of the last couple years. Made of a medical grade material, the plates are free of Phthalates, Latex, Vinyl, and BPA. I also like that they are made in the USA.
The design of the bowl makes food collect around the edges so it’s easier for little ones to scoop, and the concave surface on the bottom makes it easier to hold when you use it for feeding. The sets will come in red, white and blue and retail for $17.
Pair the set with Nenu’s spoon + fork for the perfect modern table setting.
To celebrate the production of 10 million Tripp Trapp chairs, Stokke has released their most beautiful versions in the Tripp Trapp Chair Anniversary Edition.
The matte finish chairs come in Oak White and Oak Black.
They are accepting orders as of next week (October 18). $300
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For their Kids Autumn/Winter 2016 Collection, Ferm Living has a some great new items to take note of. My favorite is this Funkis Doll House. It really goes beyond the basic house shaped wall shelf that everyone has made versions of in recent years.
The House Wall Storage comes in blue, rose and gray and is a casual, cute storage accessory.
For Autumn/Winter, much of the collection is divided into either the Party or the Seaside theme.
Here is their Bamboo Dinner Set in the Party pattern.
And this is the Bamboo Dinner Set in Seaside.
The new wallpapers are becoming favorites of mine. Here is the Seaside Wallpaper.
I can’t wait to incorporate some of the new designs in future nursery plans!
As an alternative to plastic and melamine plates for kids, Dylan Kendall designed a fabulously fun series of bamboo dishware!
This Kickstarter launch still has early bird sets available, which include a free placemat, (for estimated November delivery) for $25. Prices and packages go up from there.
Four animal designs include monkey, rabbit, elephant and turtle.
Time to add a new volume to our list of favorite baby books. Featuring Arne Jacobsen’s famous typography, Design Letters has been putting out a series of fun, modern products that are perfect in their bold simplicity. The pink and mint baby books are the definition of a modern baby book and I think you’ll love them.
The books include 12 milestone cards and retail for about $60.
The 4 moms High Chair is finally here– literally. After previewing the high chair at the ABC Kids Expo months ago, one recently arrived on my doorstep (ah, the perils of being a blogger) and of course I had to try it out!
Opening the giant box was the toughest part of the high chair assembly. Basically you snap the seat onto the legs and screw them together with the included hardware and tool. This photo of the chair in my kitchen was taken less than ten minutes after I opened the box. Beautiful, no?
The best part of the high chair is what makes it unique. The 4moms High Chair uses magnets both in the tray latches and on the tray top. You can easily attach the tray with one hand and the magnets guide and lock it in place. The tray top is also magnetic and is perfect to use with the magnetic 4moms bowls and plates.
The chair also features an adjustable 5-point harness and the tray can be installed in three different positions as your children grow. There are also three different height options. The sleek seat is easy to clean with the removable foam insert and a dishwasher-safe tray liner.
The 4moms High Chair is available in three color combinations including black/grey, white/grey and white/green, and retails for $300. It comes with one bowl and lid. Additional plates, bowls and utensils are sold separately.
Since ezpz burst on the scene (less than 2 years ago! starting just before their kickstarter campaign), their simple, stylish and totally useful Happy Mat has been blowing up worldwide! It’s high time we talk about why you want one and how ezpz has expanded their product line.
There’s nothing better to introduce you to the ezpz Happy Mat than their intro video.
So a one piece placemat/dish that’s 100% silicone, dishwasher safe, BPA, PVC and pthalate free and it sticks to your table… I think there’s not much more that needs to be said to convince you that you need at least a couple.
The Happy Mat is available in 4 colors and retails for $25.
But then sometimes you don’t want to serve a whole divided plate of food and one single bowl will do the trick. Then you also want a Happy Bowl ($20).
But some ezpz fans had the problem that their mats were too large to fit on the tray of their favorite high chair so ezpz introduced the Mini Mat ($20).
I’m thrilled about the success of ezpz and encourage you to give one of their mats a try!
Now you can also choose Supper Hero,
or Enchanted Forest.
These fun melamine dinner trays turn trying new foods into a game with a hidden treat waiting at the end. Retail for about $20.