In 2003, Pennsylvania-based Douglas Homer introduced Blink, a series of lenticular panels that changed pattern, holographically, depending on where you were looking from. This year, he’s launching a series of Blink panels for kids. “The whole concept behind it is the interaction between humans and furnishings,” he says of the playful line which, in true kid-friendly style, includes jumping frogs and barking dogs. “Kids are so active,” he says, explaining why the new patterns involved the illusion of motion instead of the quieter faux-Victoriana of the earlier line. These colorful panels act as doors to touch-spring cabinet cubes, which each retail for $275.