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Gifts from the Dwell Store: For Kids with Taste

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If you know a kid who ditched coloring books in favor of oil paints at age eight, this guide will help you find the perfect gift. It includes everything from desk accessories for students who prefer streamlined workspaces, to playful toys with clean lines. This collection of gifts from the Dwell Store balances elegant design and youthful details, making each a smart choice for the youngest design seekers on your list.

Designed by Kaj Franck in 1945, the Toto Wooden Dolls are turned from wood and hand painted.
Donna Wilson designs whimsical items for children and adults that feature distinctive patterns and designs.
An iconic Playsam design, the Streamliner Classic Car is defined by its simple yet sophisticated silhouette.
The Bank in the Form of a Pig was designed by Harry Allen as a part of his Reality Series for Areaware.
The Constructures Building Set from Brinca Dada is an educational and modern toy.
Brooklyn-based Haptic Lab designs a range of textile items, from intricate quilts to one-of-a-kind kites.
If they’re going to have to do laundry, you might as well encourage kids to do it in style.
Designed by graphic designer Clara von Zweigbergk, this deck of cards is recast in a minimalist style, taking it up a...
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