Wooden Dolls House and other Childish Tales for SS17 by Ferm Living

The wooden dolls house by Ferm Living was one of the most exciting news when it was launched in the lifestyle area at Ciff Kids in Copenhagen month as back. And now it's finally landing in stores, together with the rest of the beautiful interior SS17 collection from this Danish company. The new collection 'Childish Tales' by Ferm Living includes interior, home accessories and toys to create a...

Best of the New Ikea 2012 catalogue

Foldable, stackable, affordable -beautiful -It's out! The NEW Ikea catalogue 2012 is out! For fans of the Swedish furniture design house every new catalog is like a proper treat as Ikea’s designs are functional, stylish and most importantly reasonable. This year the emphasis is on maximising small homes, get more into it and more out of it. It's all about clever use of space and furniture that...

Children’s vintage and design furniture and toys

Looking for a true design item for your child’s bedroom, unique vintage or contemporary classics? Molly-Meg’s vintage kids furniture gallery displays a collection of classics from the 1950s to the present, sourced from all over the world. Occasionally we've also seen a few Scandinavian classics, Danish contemporary design furniture in children's sizes. It's like visiting flea markets all over...

The So-Ro cradle

The contemporary cradle from the Norwegian design company So-Ro is the first product in the So-Ro series. The So-Ro cradle is innovative in its class, both in terms of design and functionality. The design focuses on the baby's comfort and development. So-Ro creates products that form a balance between activity and calmness in the baby's first year. By combining modern Scandinavian design with...

Peters chair by Hans J. Wegner

The Danish furniture designer Hans J. Wegner (1914-2007) designed Peters chair and table when his good friend and colleague, Borge Mogensen, fathered a son in 1944. It was rather difficult for Wegner to find an adequate christening gift because of the war. So he decided to make one himself, and what was more appropriate than a small piece of furniture for the new borne. Peters chair is unique...