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Cute Design Accessories for Kids' Spaces

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We love the global retailer, Culture Baby and we recently saw an incredible collection of curated items from founder, Natalia during her time in Rabat. Featuring artisanal craftsmanship as well as beautiful colors, sounds and scents of Morocco, we love the Moroccan poufs and their modern poufs for kids. As a phalate and chemical free vinyl (rather than traditional leather), these colorful poufs are darling for any kids' space and they offer quite the stylish way to sit.

Created from Zid Zid Kids, the collection is made in a non-profit center called DARNA that serves women and children in need. According to Culture Baby, "Zid Zid features products that highlight the best practices of the company." They are also offer girl's tunics and plush camels - using local fabrics to help reduce carbon footprints and they are styled to be authentic to Morocco.

From tunics to toys to plush seats, the Zid Zid collection is a great way to incorporate some of Moroccan style into your home.

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