holiday gift guide: toys around the world

Can it really be time for Holiday Gift Guides already? We love this part of the holidays, and are so glad you do too! We’ve collected beautiful and meaningful items for everyone on your list! As many cool ideas and items come through the States, we can’t help but highlight the ones we’ve seen from all around the world.
holiday gift guide: toys around the world

1. We fell in love with Flat Out Frankie a couple of years ago, but now you don’t have to shop via New Zealand anymore! Amazon to the rescue, we love the Flatout Frankie Little Kitchen.

2. This tiny German piano is so vibrant and would make such a beautiful addition under the tree.

3. This is another Japanese company discovered this year, the Woody Puddy Fruit and Vegetables are definitely not a new idea, but we love that their magnetic (versus velcro like others we’ve tried) so it’s really easy for little hands to separate.

4. No one can question that Scandinavian companies have a leg up on design, this Playsam company has been around longer than we’ve been born, and the classic design shows. This Streamline Car is a great representation of that.

5. These super cool, illustrated animals are a printable that you can assemble at home! Via the United Kingdom.

6. We love these fold-out cities with coordinating landmark blocks. Such a great way to teach our kids about cities from around the world! Kiko+ Machi Paris Play Set and London (pictured) via Japan.

7. Our kids love to play memory games, but finding a beautiful game that appeals to our design aesthetic has been tricky! Slow claps for this OMM Design version from Sweden.

8. Have you all discovered Grimm’s toys? These German toys are modeled after natural elements like Fire, Waves, and Caves are not only beautiful to display, but great for learning to build, stack, balance, and more!

9. These Danish plush bowlers are a fun Christmas feeling toy that can be played year round.
To our International readers, what toy or toy companies would you add to the list? Find last year’s Gift Guides, here!

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