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Little Nest Modern Kids Furniture


Every year I scour the NYC trade shows getting ideas for Design Month and every year Little Nest delivers the goods. Last year it was the Yolk Chair. This year, I'm obsessing about two pieces in the collection: The Giddy Up and the Little Bert Chair.

The Giddy Up is very Jeff Koons in my estimation (you know the giant Puppy Sculpture)--it's a friend and a chair. Made fiberglass the chair is covered in a blend of cashmere and poly. It comes in seven pop colors ($625).

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The Little Bert ($89) is more of a traditional chair. In fact, it was inspired by a great piece of classic modern furniture the 1950's Bertoia chair. Pick from four colors and place at a kids table or desk.

Little Nest is an Australian brand that is all about pleasing design snobs (guilty as charged). Sorry if you get offended by pricey furnishings for tots. But if you are like me and believe in surrounding yourself with eye-pleasing design for the kiddos, you'll see this as an investment.

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