Foto: Fredrik Sandberg/Scanpix. and her is the Swedish princess born yesterday. She is the daughter of the Swedish Crown princess Victoria. All the bakeries in Sweden were selling like crazy the traditional Swedish “princess cake” you see on the picture, seeing it I quite long for one, with marzipan on top and sponge cake with marmalade in between yammy. I thought I would give some kids’ design inspiration to the newly become parents. The first question is always where should the baby sleep? How about this 2-in1 bassinet and rocker. A perfect cradle if you don’t have a lot of space which is often the case. You pick up the baby, flip the side down and it becomes a rocking chair. How genius! KOO is designed by a worldwide design team Lunar, based in the US and in Europe. After a few months the next question is how do we want the high chair to look like? The thing is with the high chair that it will take part in your everyday life in your home, so you would like it to melt in with your interior and not to stick out! I thought this design “Ovo” from a Spanish design firm CuldeSac is a great compromise in practicality and looks. I like the simpleness and the mixed of materials in between the wood and the polypropylene. The next big issue is of course how shall we decorate the kid’s room? This is my favourite part in interior design, because here you can really let your fantasy loose. These cut outs of animals – always a great attraction for kids – are easily done in wallpaper and gives a great effect. Love the chair by Tord Boontje for Moroso. I really loved this idea of the bird houses. Nature is a great inspiration for a kids room in this very whimsical room. The world as a theme. I like the idea of the suspended rocking sofa. But what kids like the most is a place where they can through themselves into so the design of these soft rocks are pretty cool.