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About Us

Founding Nesk Kids.

Nesk Kids was originally brought to life one day whilst crafting and working on some activities with my daughter. At the time she was only four years old. I remember we had an array of different items spread all over the table.

Everything was getting mixed up and we were losing track where specific parts were. Before I knew it, the table was a mess and quite a few craft items ended up under the table on the floor...

My search began for a storage solution that was compact, easy to use and was suitable for storing a range of various craft items. Being a busy mum of two small children, I didn't have time to go searching store to store.

Online, my searches came up blank. I had a very specific picture in my head of what we needed - an organisational solution, one that was environmentally conscious and suitable for my daughter's craft needs. Bonus points if I could find one that also stored paper!

I am happy to say, my search was unsuccessful. It was from here that Nesk Kids was brought to life.

Since then, our product catalogue has evolved to include not only our boxes and kits, but also a variety of other open-ended wooden toys and loose parts, in particular, Grapat.

How did I come up with the name "Nesk” you might ask? They are the initials of my name, my daughter's names and our surname.

I hope you enjoy our products. Happy organising, sorting and playing!

Niki.

 

Niki - Founder of Nesk Kids

 

Quality Educational Toys

We’re a family run business, creating high quality, environmentally conscious educational and storage products for your loved ones.

The timber used to create our storage solutions is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified, which means it comes from responsibly managed sources.

We do all we can to use minimal plastic in our products and packaging.

We use:

  • FSC certified timber;

  • Paper, cardboard and/or biodegradable packaging; and

  • Paper, material and/or wooden craft and loose parts wherever we can.

We can’t completely avoid plastic, however, we make a point to use it sparingly. We aim to be as sustainable and environmentally conscious as possible.