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Nanna Ditzel (1923-2005) designed this beautiful cradle in 1963 and as part of the 125th anniversary of Danish company Brdr. Krüger, the Lulu Cradle is reproduced in a limited numbered edition of 200 pieces, in close cooperation with Nanna’s first daughter, Dennie. Proudly made in Denmark, Brdr. Krüger says, when they showed the cradle during Stockholm Furniture Fair this week. What do you think? Unfortunately my children are too big for one now ;)

(Source: brdr-kruger.dk)

Tumbling is a new children’s furniture launched during Stockholm Furniture Fair 2012 - design by Tine Mouritsen & Christian Lystager from Tine Mouritsen’s studio in Copenhagen. “For me, it is paramount that children’s furniture is not merely down-seized adult furniture, but furniture based upon children’s needs for everyday sensory stimulus”, Tine Mouritsen says. I agree totally!

(Source: tinemouritsen.dk)

In Professor Ole Wanscher’s belongings PJ Furniture found a draft of a Daybed that had never been produced. And now it’s here - launching during this week’s Stockholm Furniture Fair. The Daybed has definitely been derived from Wanscher’s Colonial Chair ( PJ 149) and sofa PJ 149/2, and will be produced in oak and chestnut.

In Professor Ole Wanscher’s belongings PJ Furniture found a draft of a Daybed that had never been produced. And now it’s here - launching during this week’s Stockholm Furniture Fair. The Daybed has definitely been derived from Wanscher’s Colonial Chair ( PJ 149) and sofa PJ 149/2, and will be produced in oak and chestnut.

(Source: pj-furniture.com )