A very modern playhouse

October 8, 2010

"MoMA Modern Playhouse"

MoMA, the museum of Modern Art has designed a kids play house so hip, you’re gonna want one.  The house is open plan and comes with 6 moveable walls, 8 bits of furniture and 12 vinyl clings to jazz-up the walls and floors.  Gather the bits and create the house of your dreams (or your toddlers even).   This uber-mod dwelling is just the ticket to encourage imaginative play for 3 year olds and over.  The MoMA Modern Play House costs £8.45 with free delivery.  Oh, and if you find the house is feeling a bit empty, get the Moma Modern Play Family and stick them in there.  There’s 5 of them plus a cat and a canine and their wardrobe contains a whopping 150 different options.  The ‘Moderns’ cost £5.24 and will be delivered free too.  Don’t miss dadee Moderns’ hairdo!

"MoMA Modern Family"

Checkout our little auction site where there are baby bargains to be had.  (Shhh… you never know when one of these might appear there.  Find out more next week).

5 Responses to “A very modern playhouse”

  1. Kristin Says:

    Super cute! The house is so realistic! Maybe it’s just me, but these dolls look like the type to come alive at night. (I’m a little odd like that.)

    Born 2 Be Mom

  2. Rachel Says:

    I think I might buy it and build my own extension! Too cool! Love it.

  3. Anna Says:

    I am getting one of these!!!

    • ebabeelikes Says:

      Hi – a little secret, but if you hang on a week or so, I’m going to be doing a little promo on ebabee – where one of these might magically appear for for pennies!

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