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10 Designer Toys We Love

These iconic toys are more than toys for kids in our eyes! They have stood the test of time and have found their way into our homes as quirky decor accessories! Check out this list of 10 toys for ideas on how to add colour, fun and a touch of playfulness to your home!

#1 SONG BIRD

Songbird by Kay Bojesen, designed in the 1950s but produced for the first time in 2012.

Available at Additions Lifestyle.

 

#2 THE MONKEY

Small wooden monkey (20cm) by Kay Bojesen, created in 1951.
Available at The Wright Gift.

 

 

#3 SHAPEMAKER

The Shapemaker by Millergoodman, conceptualised in 2008.
Available at Strangelets.

 

#4 STREAMLINER CLASSIC CAR

Streamliner Classic Car by Ulf Hanses, designed in 1984.
Available at Platform.

 

#5 MERMAID

Mermaid by Hans Bolling, created in 1960.
Available at Four & Twenty.

 

#6 HANNO THE GORILLA

Hanno The Gorilla by David Weeks, designed in 2008.
Available at The Wright Gift.

 

#7 HOUSE OF CARDS

House of Cards by Charles & Ray Eames, created in 1952.
Available at Xtra.

 

#8 BAUHAUS BAUSPIEL BUILDING BLOCKS

Bauhaus Bauspiel Building Blocks by Alma Siedhoff-Buscher, designed in 1920.
A
vailable at Playhao.

 

#9 BIRD

Bird by Kristian Vedel, designed in 1959.

Available at Space, Xtra, and The Wright Gift.

 

#10 WOODEN DOLLS

Wooden Dolls by Alexander Girard, designed in 1963.

Available at Proof Living (upon request).

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