With the launch of LittleCollector.com, an online gallery and forum dedicated to contemporary art for children at reasonable prices, you may have finally found a way to sync your budget (preframed posters) with your taste (Gagosian Gallery).
Redecorate your little one’s room with the less-is-more look of Knoll Kids, the designer’s collection of modern children’s furniture. Consider it the greatest hits of midcentury masterpieces, all scaled down to pint-size.
Maximize your child’s space with a multifunctional loft bed by CasaKids. Architect and children’s furniture designer Roberto Gil consults with the smallest of clients and their design-loving parental units to determine the best configuration for everyone’s needs.
Artist and father Andrew Miller pieces together thousands of digital images to create mosaic portraits. His work is brilliant not just in its intricate assembly, but also in its ability to let you rediscover memories and moments that would otherwise be lost forever.
For more information, go to andrewmillerarts.com. Custom portraits start at $1,000; additional prints are $200-$300.
A convertible, boothlike activity table that goes from scribble space to homework station in seconds, Table Tots 2.0 comfortably entertains little ones up to 6 years old when it’s upright. Flip it on its side and remove the tabletop, and you’ve got a sturdy desk that will last far beyond elementary school.