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About bObles

It’s no wonder bObles kids' furniture has earned a place in NYC's Museum of Modern Art (which has also included the brand’s products in its shop as one of the finest examples of modern Danish design). Founded by sisters Bolette and Louise Blædel in 2005, bObles kids' furniture is striking, multi-functional, and appeals to kids and adults alike. Each animal-shaped piece seamlessly transforms in a way that engages tots’ creativity and motor skills — and looks right at home in the sleekest living rooms.

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Sale Ended September 10, 2012

We ♥ Purple!

If you have a child who loves all things purple, you won't be able to resist this sale. (We like purple, we just can't stand Barney.) Here's a small taste of the items we're featuring in this happy hue: dresses, jackets, headbands, watches, and backpacks.

Sale Ended September 12, 2012

bObles Tumbling Animals

This award-winning collection of bObles kids' furniture is not just for sitting — it’s for tumbling, rolling, balancing, rocking, seesawing, and jumping, too. Designed for creative play and built to boost motor skills, each firm foam piece represents a different animal. Choose among elephants, whales, crocodiles, and chickens.

Sale Ended August 20, 2015

Franck & Fischer: Danish Toys, Bags & More

A colorful zoo of expertly designed finds

Sale Ended July 09, 2015

Franck & Fischer: Danish Toys, Backpacks & More

Your baby's first years deserve a serious dose of personality: Enter Franck & Fischer's vibrant layette additions. Founded in 2005 by designer Annemarie Franck and economist Charlotte Fischer, the eco-focused label is marked by inimitably whimsical Danish design. The signature animal characters are based on Franck's own childhood illustrations of the pets she'd dreamed of having. Our mix below showcases the softest certified-organic cotton linens, from quilted crib blankets to adorable handmade pillows — plus, a full menagerie of canvas backpacks, plush dolls, and plantation-wood toys (think monkeys, polar bears, owls, sheep, and more cute critters).