From Russia with love – charming Shusha toys

Shusha toys

Shusha toys

The beauty of a well-made wooden toy never goes out of style, and these stylish Russian toys are creative and classic, with a twist of modern.

These are Shusha toys, created by a husband and wife team with backgrounds in graphic design and architecture. The couple were keen to create something special ahead of the birth of their first child, and experimented with making wooden toys. What they developed is a really beautiful range of unique wooden toys, that are designed to be fun and help develop motor skills, logic and a expand a child’s imagination.

Shusha toys

Shusha toys are made in Russia from natural material and non-toxic paints. The range is vast and varied. From trees that can be decorated to balancing toys (like the moon and stars) and build your own animals.

Shusha toys

Shusha toys

I love the block set of facial features, it lends itself to so many uses. And knowing children, they will come up with more ways than we can imagine to use each of these toys.
Shusha toys

My favourite has to be this cute little guy above. It’s such a simple idea, but so clever – he’s a cook, and he won’t eat any of the things that are inedible (they won’t fit in his mouth).

Shusha toys

If you love these toys as much as we do, contact Shusha direct to discuss placing an order.

(via Inhabitots)

Anita Butterworth

Anita Butterworth

Anita lives in country Victoria and devotes her time to two beautiful, boisterous boys, writing for Babyology, working as a television journalist and possibly the best husband in the world (usually in that order). She can decipher the handwriting of a preschooler and stop brotherly brawls single-handedly, all while masterfully sipping freshly brewed Earl Grey.

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