My guide to Bali - part 1

Wooden toys



I’ve always loved the look and feel of wooden toys, not only do they last forever (and hurt like hell when being thrown on you, but let’s be honest, plastic LEGO isn’t very pleasant to step on either) but they make such pretty details in kids rooms.

Wooden hoolahoops from IKEA and wooden cars from Pinch Toys.




I bought this cute pull-along toy while expecting Max and I can’t wait for him to play with it. It’s from Sarah and Bendrix Kids. The wooden bead grasper is from Grimm’s.




One of my favourite baby toy maker is Wild Creek Co. They make the prettiest heirloom pieces and I’m so happy I got my hands on the little bee. Our pacifier clip is also from the same brand.




The little wooden ring is from Goki and is super affordable!




Max inherited the Wooden Story stacker from Felix. The letter blocks come from Kids Concept (bought through Ellos).




Since many of the other toys suits him better when he’s slightly older, I got this activity gym for him. I love that I can change the hanging pieces out and that it fits nicely into his room. It’s from Moulin Roty. Personally, I’m not crazy for multi-coloured play gyms with Winnie the Pooh prints all over it, so I’m pretty glad for this option instead.

From left to right: Cat: I reused this piece out of the packaging from his Liewood bedlinen. 2: Music bunny: from Konges Sløjd. 3. I made this piece from wooden beads and a leather string (SO easy). 4. Raspberry pram toy: from Konges Sløjd . I attached it to a piece of fabric string to be able to hang it.




I borrowed the Roxy Marj tiger blanket from Felix’s room (He better get used to sharing his toys and things with his brother).






  • Connie

    Where did you buy the wooden beads? So cute!

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      The hanging beads? I bought them loose at a hobby shop – Panduro and threaded them on a leather string to make the toy:) Br, Anna

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