When Naomi Bolderhey-Pescheux and Judith Bakker met in Indonesia. The two Dutch designers were expats in the country at that time, and it took them only a blink to come up with the idea to team and to create a children’s line. DUDUK was born, out of a common love for beautiful textiles and a desire to combine motherhood with entrepreneurship in a meaningful way.
Beautiful design, eco-friendly finishes, easy-to-clean laminate top, it’s definitely Oeuf ! The perfect complement to a nursery or play room, for those in love with simplicity, style and playfulness.
These toy houses by Belgium company miniarchi are so beautiful that you want to keep them on display in your living room (and play with them while the kids are in school). Featured in Monocle, Ideat and other cool design magazines, they are definitely aimed at seducing parents as much as children.
Created by French designer Paula de Lemos, Dents de loup began far away from Paris, in the South of India. The brand offers simple, beautifully handmade, long lasting characters made from natural materials. We like the new fisherman from the Northern seas, and its quirky retro look!
Chispum,, Sweetcase, Anatology, Sirch, Smiling Planet are among the brands not to miss at Maison&Objet. The home trade show will open its doors on September 5 in Paris. Thousands of exhibitors, and 305 children’s brands who will present toys, furniture, textile, home decor…all for children and their bedrooms.
Fabriko is a swedish deco brand founded by designer and mum Lisa Eriksson. It focuses on interior design, fun and creative accessories for kids, even thought the designs appeal to everyone, big and small.
New, by Copirates, the “Divan M A D A M E” is a simple piece of metallic furniture that comes with a mattress, or two, or three or more for who has a Princess and the pea soul. The inspiration is clearly oriental yet contemporary, offering a mix of raw + precious, so dear to the French brand.
In the small family of beautifully-made, modern furniture for children, Rafa-kids is a brand that counts. You’ve probably seen their beds, but here’s their new product, the K Desk.
While in my third trimester of pregnancy, I start thinking seriously about nursery inspirations. Thanks to Pinterest you can find a lot of great ideas and define better what you want or most importantly what you do not want. In my case, I keep getting back to pictures from the design team Sissy and Marley.