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If there were an award for prettiest toy, it would go to this one. It's such a wonderful way to show off a love for color and color theory at home. Designed by a renowned artist and education expert, this colorful set is an excellent addition to the Brinca Dada collection.
Toys inevitably end up as fixtures in my family room, so I love ones that are beautifully designed and durable. This little stroller is gorgeous and destined to last.
Troll Doll Stroller
Playsam's Rocking Rabbit is an heirloom-quality rocking toy made of the finest materials with impeccable craftsmanship. Have fun!
Playsam Rocking Rabbit
Who says a playhouse can't be an underwater retreat? I'd like to be under the sea in this little fabric playhouse that fits snugly over a standard card table. It's so handy to fold and store when not in use.
All houses should have round windows. This playhouse clearly understands this important philosophy. Paint and decorate this playhouse, and recycle it when it's been thoroughly enjoyed.
Cardboard Play House
Harmony Boho Beauty
We love this little doggie for not only its old-school charm and vulnerable face, but for the fact that he comes as a kit for your child to put together. This sock toy can be assembled by even the most beginner of sewers, and the process of assembly will bind your child to this little loved one...
Woof Woof Kit
Add a little retro charm to your space with this denim and patterned extravaganza. She's as much a pillow as a doll, making her perfect for the family room sofa.
Tosya by Krakra Craft
Hazel Village Lucy Owl
When you're a kid, it takes forever for Christmas to finally get here. To help the time pass, buy or make a simple advent calendar. Fill small socks and mittens with little gifts for your children to open each day as they countdown the days to Christmas.
These beauties are perfect for spring and summer decorating, but honestly, I think your little girls would prefer to have them on their own beds.
Camilla Boho Beauty
I love that this owl doesn't follow the standard colors of pirate lore — she'd fit in with even the most modern, muted decor.
I actually splurged on this exact set of darling bunny and mouse dress-up dolls while I was in Paris. (Not that "while I was in Paris" is an oft-used phrase for me, mind you.) Believe it or not, it was less expensive in the Parisian toy store. It really is darling, though.
the little wardrobe
This duo is ready for anything! Their gorgeous masquerade ball attire is so sweet. Place them together on a windowsill to add some whimsy to the view.
This owl lover looks like the hard-working hipster type, making her the perfect desk accessory to keep you in the work groove every day.
These dolls feature lots of fresh fashion accents, and their simple construction makes them the perfect soft home accessories. Add one to a window seat, or perch her on the edge of the mantel (next to some nicely scented candles).
Create your own custom doll at this Etsy shop. Pick your own colors, patterns and maybe even a personal little message. It makes a great gift and a lovely companion for both kids and adults.
Old West Train Station
This is just too irresistible! Little ones will enjoy hours of tea parties with this darling set. And yes, it's enamelware.
This classic educational toy just may inspire a budding architect. The container it comes in is so cute it would look great left out on display, in a rustic cabin or even in a minimalist, white, gallery-like space.
No nursery is complete without a menagerie of furry friends. And there is something so magical for a child about some of those stuffed animals being much, much bigger than he is. We used this five-foot giraffe to peek into baby's crib, but it would also be perfect in any corner.
These are beautiful DIY paper toys. Build several blocks, then mix and match them to create your new animals. They have gorgeous patterns and colors.
I may have my daughter give this to my husband for Christmas — then they can have fun building it together.
Red Tool Box Racing Car
Who needs a Barbie house when this gorgeous dollhouse is out there? In fact, all of the dollhouses by Brinca Dada are perfect for the design enthusiast.
This might be my favorite find so far. This set of mylar blocks and color filters is not only beautiful, but helps teach children the basics of color and color theory.
Dwellings Color Prisms
This is the coolest chalkboard! I love its playful shape and the little dog next to the girl. It also comes in a boy version. The board is non-formaldehyde, 100-percent-recycled wood MDF core. The dog is cut from scrap felt.
Dusty - Girl
I love when a designer uses an unexpected material. Astroturf on a piggy bank certainly fits the bill.
Grass Flocked Piggy Bank
These kites designed by Daniel Frost would make a stunning art installation. Or you can always take them out for a spin on a windy day.
Jumbo Bubble Kite
At this level of craftsmanship (and for the price!) this dollhouse is hardly a child's toy. This beautiful dollhouse is a true copy (1:16 ratio) of Arne Jacobsen's own villa in Charlottenlund, Denmark, which was built in 1929. Place this beauty in a spot where it can be admired, and fill it with...
Arne Jacobsen 1:16 Dollhouse
Teach kids how to grow plants and about nature with this eco-greenhouse. I love its simple, natural design. Made with bamboo, the the greenhouse opens from the top, has two sliding doors and includes four grow trays.
Encourage your budding artist with this multi-use easel. Not only does it function as a traditional easel, chalkboard and whiteboard, but it converts to a puppet theater as well! (Talk about bang for your buck.)