Stretch Chair by Jessica Carnevale from The MoMA Store | Folk Stripe Tray from from Gretel Home

Kids today can have their state of the art video games and toys. I, for one, will treasure my childhood Spirograph and the hours I spent obsessively tracing geometric shapes in my room.

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10 Responses to peas in a pod

  1. Maddy says:

    I remember the Spirograph too! So much fun! Now kids have iPhones and iPads to play with…:/

  2. Lena says:

    This is just amazing–I love these!

  3. Jill says:

    ME TOO!! Sparkle Sparkle Spirograph!

    Too much?

  4. Alexa says:

    Love the geometric shapes here! xo

  5. Oh spirograph…! I loved it!
    That tray is absolutely gorgeous, love the colours!

  6. I think I missed out – I didn’t have a spirograph! Sounds pretty cool, wonder if you can get them still today?

  7. kristina says:

    i miss the toys from when we were growing up {i sound old, but it’s true}. and this chair is something else!!

  8. rooth says:

    Oh spirographs, I almost forgot about those! Isn’t it funny how simple things entertained you for hours as a child? Like a tent, that could keep a group of kids busy for days

  9. Katie*Belle says:

    I agree! And both of these pieces are fantastic.