These wooden blocks are a lovely meeting of form and function. They're so pretty that you don't even have to pick them up when company comes over.
Any young child would be eager to get at this bright and festive rug with a couple of their favorite toy cars. I especially love that it's in 3-D.
I also love the subtlety of this scaled-down version.
These storage pieces are ridiculously expensive, but with their dramatic colors and size, they are also ridiculously cool.
This is a very cute and customizable way to keep track of your little one's growth.
Can you believe this is a shower curtain? Kids and adults alike will be enthralled with this bathroom art.
I love the sentiment of this piece and think it would be a great focal point in a nursery or a toddler's room.
This fold-up cardboard town is so lovely to look at that you won't want your kids to play with it for fear of bending the pieces.
This is a very cool twist on the traditional globe. Along with looking good, it also drives home the point that people are actually living all over the world.
This customizable Candymap blanket would make an amazing new baby gift.
Napkins with maps of the neighborhood would make dinnertime much more interesting.
Not all architectural design has to be modern. This medieval, soft knitted pillow is perfect for kids who love knights and dragons.
There aren't words to express how cool this oversize dollhouse pillow is.
A travel poster featuring your city's skyline is a great way to teach your little ones about their home.