While we love covering the latest fashion trends for moms, we also love to stay connected to the latest decor ideas for the home and discovered some great new pieces to give your home and your kids' room a makeover all its own.
Otto Lounger: Offi, a company known for its modern designs and versatile furnishings, is thrilled to announce the arrival of "Otto" - a beautifully sculpted ottoman. Designed by Iglooplay's founder, Lisa Albin, Otto is multipurpose and multigenerational. Right side up, Otto serves its obvious function as a dynamically shaped ottoman or bench. But when flipped, the form features a roomy scooped out interior that is perfect for planting. Otto can be used for residential, commercial, contract, hospitality, educational, corporate interiors or even poolside! We also love the collection of Offi Kids products with some favorites being the Embrace Table, Tiki Stool, Tote Table and the cool Doodle Drawer Desk.
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We have also been inspiried by the decor ideas from the UM Project with some of our favorites being the 1+1=3, two interlocking tables come together to form a dining table, the Craft System, featuring a collection of lamps and other objects, the Kin Coda, a box made with damaged Arne Jacobsen series 7 chairs, steam compressed wood and the Big White, a 10’ long kitchen table in ultra white finish with bright red dot punctuations.
For more innovative designs, please visit: http://umproject.com/projects
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