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The Nendo Winnie-the-Pooh Series is Dressed Up Like Cute Characters

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: • References: nendo.jp and dezeen
If you happen to be familiar with A. A. Milne's stories set in the Hundred Acre Wood, you'll be able to look at the Nendo Winnie-the-Pooh collection and figure out which pieces represent which cartoon characters. Each charming object has been made from lovely maple wood and takes a quirky shape. These suggest playful personalities and the physical traits of the darling illustrated animals.

Winnie himself is a coffee table that wears a red sweater much like the bear does; Piglet is small three-legged stool with a purple shirt; Tigger is an upright side table with a crochet-covered tail; Eeyore is a low surface with a gray jacket and one slumping side; Rabbit has a pair of paw-like legs with yellow knitted booties; Kanga and Roo combine to make a two-level table with a blue scarf. Made for Walt Disney Japan, the Nendo Winnie-the-Pooh series will delight you undoubtedly.