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The 'Nest' Draws Inspiration from a Garden Wheelbarrow

 - Mar 2, 2016
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Modern child toy design is becoming more focused on development than ever, which is what the 'Nest' wheelbarrow does by taking the inspiration from a garden wheelbarrow.

Crafted from slatted wood portions, the 'Nest' operates as a traditional wheelbarrow toy and a portable seat for children to enjoy. The two-in-one design aesthetic helps to stimulate the minds of young children and help exercise their motor skills.

The 'Nest' wheelbarrow is designed by Matthew Olson and can act as a multi-use toy for children to use either on their own or with a friend. As parents look for modern ways to help stimulate brain development, toy designs like the 'Nest' garden wheelbarrow will likely continue to be observed.