Not quite a full-on game of Tetris, but these Tetris Blocks wall stickers can turn a spare wall into a large gaming screen.
With these Alphabet Factory blocks, House Industries expand their range of cool stuff for kids that most adults would also like to have a play with.
A genuine design from the Bauhaus school, with the Naef Bauhaus Building Game by Alma Siedhoff-Buscher now available to entertain and educate your children.
In truth, it's more likely to entertain than educate, but if you like the idea of your little one being an architect, it's the perfect place to start. During her training at Bauhaus in 1924, Alma Siedhoff-Buscher designed this building game, as part of the children’s room in the 'Am Horn' model house in Weimar.
Now it's available once more – a 22-piece set retails for £99.
Yes, it's more Lego, but the Lego Lights Torch does at least perform a very practical function.
But let's look at the fun bit first. This is a 19cm-tall Lego man, officially licensed and posable, so you can use him as an ornament or desktop buddy. But when the darkness falls, that in-house companion lights up with a touch of the logo, shining LED Light through one of its feet, enough to see you through a fusebox emergency for sure.
Powered by 3x AAA batteries, the Lego Lights Torch sells for £14.99.
Following on from the Jamie Oliver doormat earlier in the week, here's another range of slightly unexpected products: dress designer's Ben de Lisi's homeware range for Debenhams. The whole range is apparently influenced by his love of the 1950s modern movement, resulted in products like the mug pictured above, the 'Blocks mug'. He's also used the same bright colours and pattern on canvas prints.
There's more tableware available too. Shard is another mug, this time decorated with grey and red slants of colour, while the Chatter collection is a white crockery range, each item trimmed or covered with a colourful brick-like pattern.
The whole range is definitely worth a browse, with prices starting at £5 for the mug.
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