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.
May I introduce you to my favorite modern, well-priced play kitchen? And it comes for under $100! The stove even lights up with the addition of a few batteries. It's a real keeper.
Alphabet blocks are the classic toy that no playroom can do without. If a second language is spoken in your home, these are the perfect blocks to use for learning words and letters. I was amazed at how many languages are offered: Arabic, Polish, German, Danish, Cherokee, Greek, Maori, Korean, etc.
Colorful and eclectic, this whimsical playroom is full of antique and vintage-inspired toys. The retro wooden kitchen is a favorite of mine.
Good clean fun is in store for your children (most likely boys), particularly if you have a second story landing that is just begging to be used in an appropriate way.
Who needs a Barbie house when this gorgeous dollhouse is out there? In fact, all of the dollhouses by this brand are perfect for the design enthusiast.
This is the sweetest pull toy around. Oh my goodness, my kids and I cannot get enough of these French toys.
This is definitely an outdoor toy, but consider storing it inside, propped up against other toys on a modern shelf or hung on the wall. It's just so darn attractive — that neon! It would be a shame to tuck one of these slingshots away.
Some toys, like these gorgeous walnut blocks by Brinca Dada, simply aren't meant to be pieced together perfectly. Certain children (and adults), will appreciate a more spontaneous building session — one that looks different every single time. I also just think that they are downright gorgeous.
These are so pretty that you won't mind when they're left out. In fact, you may even encourage it.
My heart went pitter-patter when I spotted this sweet but modern dollhouse. It is a delightful addition to any little girl's world. When unused, simply store the dolls and furniture inside the house, and then flip it around so that only the clean side is visible.
I love the fun mix of color and classic toys (like the wooden horse and Pinocchio) in this playroom. Colorful baskets and suitcases serve as storage for smaller toys.
I am always on the hunt for clever, classic toys that can keep the kids amused for long periods of time (particularly in the winter months when the park is not an option). This wooden bowling game stole my and my kids' hearts quickly. You'll be shocked at how inexpensive it is too. In fact, everything over at Little Alouette is top notch.
This classic easel is truly a wonderful addition to a modern playroom. It's nice to have a variety of toys, and this one adds height and vertical interest.
This is a fun way to organize toys so that visiting guests and little children (who cannot read) know where to place everything.
Create your own Stonehenge with these hand-painted sculptural balancing blocks from Areaware.
When you wear stripes almost every day, it seems only natural to consider a striped tepee for the playroom. Happy and bright, this means instant happiness for all within its walls.