We only need to sleep twice more, and on Thursday morning first Hungarian Children’s pop up store will open its doors. Don’t bee fulled by this door. In a beautiful, contemporary but at the same time warm and inviting space, super nice ladies of Projekt Showroom collected for you the best of the best […]Read more, you know you want to!
For more visit Moccis, choose from more than 30 designs (beware, it will be tough to decide) and use code BLOG15 at the checkout to receive a 15% discount! Save Save SaveRead more, you know you want to!
There is a special factory in Budapest – a toy factory. And not just any toy factory…a ‘place’ where beautiful toys are made – Marbushka. You’ll even find a board game for a 2 year old there. Memory games and puzzles are so beautifully illustrated you will not want your child to look at another […]Read more, you know you want to!
…or how to get away from the crocodile in a cardboard boat with spray bottle motor Way back in March, after we made our cardboard plane I was sent a precious package by Makedo to try out. We’ve been friends ever since. Some of our creations were lost for good when Daddy formatted the memory […]Read more, you know you want to!
Last week we had no interviews, this week we have two. Today I wand to introduce you to a fairly new brand – Kattuska. To find out how they started making their beautifully designed plywood wanders read on and enjoy. 1. For introduction, could you first tell us a few words about Kattuska and the […]Read more, you know you want to!
I’ve already posted about Bimba, but I couldn’t not do it again. Mini rattles are out, and the are so PERFECT. The world of rattles will never be the same for me. First, we want a doggy (is this a bulldog? OH!) and then the rest of them! And there are big sisters available too: […]Read more, you know you want to!
Klocc for Kids – Hungarian design award winning innovative storage for kids. Designed by Judit Ducsai Kid’s Klocc, very much like it’s predecessor – Klocc bag, is made from 1 cm thick 100% industrial wool felt. Formed using a special technique similar to the hat making process and treated to be water resistant, they are […]Read more, you know you want to!