Brio

18 May

This house is starting to remind me of a Brio palace. Slowly but surely traditional Swedish Brio products from cotbeds to different sized dachshunds have found their way under our roof. And I’m not complaining, the more Brio the better – I love the simple design and clear colours!

Dachshund

In the Nordic countries Brio is a household name and their car seats and prams along their traditional wooden toys and train tracks are very popular. We would next need the Brio Stove (although I used the box of the large dachshund to make a hob on my own!)

Brio Stove

Walk On – MiniMoose recommends

In our house the most pop Brio products at the moment are the walker, cot bed and dachshund. The Brio Sleep cot bed is particularly handy as it has two levels as a cot and the front panel can be removed and later the whole bed can be turned into a junior bed! We have ours in natural wooden colour and 2 years ago Brio had other colours available too. In addition I have my eyes on the Sitty pushchair – it is a good old classic and still looks cool! Oh and the

Brio Sleep cotbed 3 in 1

Brio Go

Brio Sitty – The 30-year-old classic

Brio is easily available from many UK online retailers, including amazon and ebay.

Check Brio’s site out for kids’ activities including colouring sheets. Visit Brio here for all of their products.

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2 Responses to “Brio”

  1. Emma Beckham April 13, 2014 at 8:30 pm #

    Hi there. I have just found your lovely website and blog. I’m a fellow Scandi fan although not from Scandinavia myself. I visit a lot as my family love there. I have a Scandinavian website for homewares and a blog. I have small children and think the clothing you sell is great. I will give you a mention on my website as I think there are a lot of people who are looking for that sort of clothing. I know I am. I’ll be making some purchases! Emma

    • nordicmum March 4, 2016 at 8:29 pm #

      Hi Emma, so sorry for having taken a looooooong while, years in fact, I haven’t used this blog for ages as life got so busy but I now tried to log in 🙂

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