Meet the Maker - EO

It was love at first sight when we first set our eyes on the EO Bambi Chair. So little, so intricately designed, so adorable! We knew we had to bring these little chairs back to our shop. EO is a Danish company run by Nicole and Tor, a husband and wife team. They have a passion for design and create products with simple, clean lines but with a vibrant and original flair. 

 

 

Collaboration 

They collaborate with innovate designers from around the world, which gives their products a universal appeal. Each product is meticulously designed and made with the highest quality of craftsmanship and materials. They designed the Sheep, Bambi and Cow chairs alongside Takeshi Sawada and the Elephant table and chair set was designed in collaboration with Marc Venot. 

 

   

 

New Products

We had the pleasure of meeting Nicole and Tor on our recent trip to Copenhagen. We talked design over coffee and croissants and ogled over their growing product line. We made sure to load up the container with our favorite products for the shop. :) They also told us about some of their new products, which we were excited to hear will be for adults too! They dream up such imaginative, unique products for children, so naturally we are excited to see what they come up with for adults. 

 
Sheep Chair Giveaway

To celebrate Easter and share the joy of EO's amazing products, we gave away a pair of Sheep Chairs! Two winners were announced on Monday, April 22nd. Happy Easter & Spring!

 

Photos provided by EO.

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