Collection: Shelves and doll houses

Functional and fun storage solutions for the little one's space

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  • 5 star rating

    Sturdy and beautiful

    LOVE our house shelf so much! My boys use it all day long and I get so many compliments on it when people come over. Very easy and quick to put together and sturdy. I highly recommend!

    Taylor, USA

  • 5 star rating

    We have our bed back

    I can't even describe how happy we all are with the new bed. Our kids had stolen our bed, so this bed has worked a charm and we now have our bed back! Easy to make and looks so good. Thank you!

    Alice, UK

  • 5 star rating

    Fantastic products

    Well designed and sturdy. Easy to put together. Our three-year-old son loves his new bed and so do we! Delivery came even earlier than expected. Highly recommend.

    Laura, Canada

  • 5 star rating

    Highly recommend

    This met all my expectations love the wood! Easy to put together. Well packaged for the long trip. Highly recommend this shop!

    Debbie, USA

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Types of toy shelves. A girl stanfing next to house shaped toddler toy shelf and playing.

Types of toy shelves

  • House-shaped toy shelf: Our house-shaped shelves are designed to serve as both storage solutions and play structures. They engage children's creativity and make tidying up and organizing toys more fun.
  • A-frame toy shelf: Our A-frame shelves are visually appealing, featuring a sleek, minimalist design that complements different room decors. The A-frame shape provides two sides for easy access to toys. Children can reach items from both sides, promoting effortless play and organization.
  • Play stand: This structure combines open-ended play with tidiness and organization, teaching children the importance of both these skills.
Toy shelves use cases. A transformable toy's shelf with 3 adjustable separating shelves.

Toy shelves use cases

  • Promotes independence: our Montessori toy shelves are designed to be accessible to children, allowing them to choose and retrieve their toys independently. This encourages self-reliance and decision-making.
  • Organizational skills: Children learn to categorize and organize their toys on the shelves, teaching the importance of organization and the ability to take care of their belongings.
  • Visual order: Montessori principles prioritize visual order. Toy shelves with open compartments allow children to see and access their toys easily.
  • Fine motor skills: Picking up toys and placing them on the shelf involves fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. This supports the development of these important skills.
  • Decision-making: Children make choices about which toys to play with, where to place them on the shelf, and when to switch activities, encouraging decision-making and autonomy.
  • Calm environment: With a well-organized toy shelf, children experience a calm and less chaotic play environment, which can support concentration and engagement in activities.
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Made from Baltic birch plywood

We use local Baltic birch plywood crafted from layers of birch wood veneer that are bonded together with adhesive. Birch plywood is known for its strength and durability. It can withstand the wear and tear that often comes with children using furniture. This is especially important for pieces that kids are likely to climb on. Our plywood has a light, uniform color, and smooth grain pattern.

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Hey, we’re Gunita and Martins

For the past 8 years, we've been on an incredible journey alongside our three kids, creating a furniture brand specifically for families like ours. We're thrilled to have you here on our store and want to let you know that we’re always available to answer your questions and provide guidance.

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Tips for choosing a toy shelf

Choosing the best Montessori toy shelf for your child involves considering several factors to ensure it meets your child's specific needs. Here are some tips to help you make the right choice:

  1. Child-centered sizing: Ensure the shelf is the right size and height for your child's age and needs, promoting independence.
  2. Open shelving: Opt for open compartments to support visual order and easy access to toys.
  3. Simplicity: Choose a simple, uncluttered design to reduce distractions and encourage concentration.
  4. Child's involvement: Involve your child in the selection process to give them a sense of ownership.
  5. Safe materials: Prioritize child-friendly, non-toxic materials for safety and health.
  6. Organization: Seek shelves with multiple compartments to promote organization and categorization of toys.
  7. Versatility: Select a shelf that can adapt to various toy types and activities to support deep engagement.
  8. Safety: Ensure the shelf has rounded edges, sturdy construction, and secure anchoring to prevent accidents.
  9. Adaptability: Choose a shelf that can grow with your child and adapt to changing interests and needs.