Family-room objects that are just too hip to hide
Kids can play inside PlayHaven’s handmade teepee and conceal their mess. A canvas stretched over bamboo poles, and leather lacing closes it up for privacy. $205, etsy.com/shop/playhaven
ModKo’s rooftop-accessible litter box, reusable liner and ergonomic scoop stylishly keep detritus hidden – no matter how deep a digger your furry feline is. $185.
Give your fur baby the ultimate ode to Le Corb with this mid-century-mod bed. A slick metal frame supports a plush microvelvet upholstered cover that easily unzips for washing. $900, Pet Social, 11 Fort York Blvd
SIT, PLAY, WORK
The eco-friendly Bobbin play station grows with tiny tots, morphing from an infant stand to a toddler table with a chalkboard insert and, finally, to a kid’s table with additional stools. $550, at Ella + Elliot, 188 Strachan Ave
These kid-size cotton poufs are handwoven and cable knit in a small Indian village. They’re ideal for extra seating, but stack them into a fort for the most fun. $130, at Urban Barn, 610 Queen St W
Parents can boast about their burgeoning Henry Moores with this 23-piece wooden puzzle. Inspired by earth, wind, fire and water, shapely pieces get kids’ creative juices flowing. $90, at Baby On The Hip, 969 Queen St E