3 Moms On Making Their Indoor Play Spaces Extra-Inspiring
Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
Kids across the globe are spending a lot more time at home these days, which means our spaces are multi-tasking more than ever—as play areas, homeschool set-ups, and much more! Of course, when it comes to your house being turned into a full-time romper room, toys that multi-task themselves (and look good while doing it) are ideal. Which is where Wiwiurka comes in.
The inspiring, Mexico-based company was born in 2010, when founder Marek Schultz started crafting toys for his family from scraps of wood leftover from his tree-trimming sessions (at the time, his full-time profession). In the 10 years since, his wife Ana has joined him to create a brand focused on beautiful, sustainable children’s furniture and play things, that promote open-ended exploration and aid gross motor development.
Wiwiurka‘s breadth of heirloom-quality products—including climbing ramps, swings, and balance boards—are now a hit with design-minded families around the globe, thanks to their aesthetically pleasing nature that fits seamlessly into pretty much any space.
Need proof? Click through our slideshow to find out how three mothers—Kristen Lopez of California, Brenda Stearns of Ohio, and Rio van der Oest of The Netherlands—use Wiwiurka in their spaces, as we discuss their philosophies on play, the current state of their respective cities (in regards to lockdown restrictions), and the silver linings they’ve found in all this time at home with their littles.
Plus, if you like what you see, head over to Wiwiurka.com and enter MOTHERMAG10 at checkout to score 10% off their stunning goods.
This article is brought to you by Mother x Wiwiurka.
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