Design by the numbers


Who says kids furniture needs to be plastic and boxy? Architect and industrial designer Jessica Cohen is reinventing the art of children’s furniture, one number at a time, with brainchild Tambino┬«. The word Tambino┬« is a clever combination of “bambino,” Italian for child and her native Hebrew “tam,” which means innocence or child. Jessica’s designs … Continue reading

A very, very, very fun house!


Toys are a part of one’s childhood that hold fond and happy memories. I have (most) of my childhood toys and even some that belonged to my mom! I can’t wait to pass them along to my kids. I am a Barbie collector and had an obsession playing with Barbies growing up. My father even … Continue reading

Reusable Bags, Part II: Just for Kids


Green Girl Tiny Totes: What I love most about Green Girl Tiny Totes is that founder and designer Lori Rose makes specific bags for both girls and boys. The totes are lightweight and perfectly sized for kids aged four to nine. Each machine washable eco-tote features vibrant patterns, adjustable straps and reinforced double-stitching. Plus, they … Continue reading