Brinca Dada’s Zoe House Is Pretty In Pink

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Some parents eschew the feminine hue, but there’s no denying that most little girls love pink — and Brinca Dada‘s new Zoe House is a dream come true for kids who think toys are prettier in pink. A spin-off of their popular modern dollhouse, Dylan House, instead of being green, everything’s coming up rosy with the Zoe House. Inspired by minimalist masterpieces by Paul Rudolph and Tadao Ando, the tiny beachfront home is airy and open due to floor to ceiling windows which enable light to shine in from multiple angles. The Zoe House comes fully furnished and features five living spaces on three levels: a living room/dining room, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and roof patio. The stylish abode is made from eco-friendly MDF and painted with non-toxic, lead-free paints.

The Zoe House will be available in October 2012 exclusively at and

+ Zoe House $169 (furniture included)

+ Brinca Dada

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