These cushions look like candies to me! By Coco Hellein, available at the Collection, a great store (in le Marais, Paris) and e-store, always so good at spotting incredible decor ideas and products. Focus this month on the brand created by Corinne Hellein, colour expert and consultant.
This lovely cardboard house has something very British. Called ‘1Rose Place’, it is the first dollhouse in the Archidoll’s Collection by Tiphaine Verdier Mangan. The perfect gift for girls who love to build and play with small dolls and creatures (ours is currently full of happy Sylvanians!).
Dandy Star’s Magic light box diffuses a soft glowing light that’s perfect for bedside reading or a beautiful way to keep the dark at bay in a kids room. A great item to add to the Christmas gift list (yes, already November! )…
Creme Anglaise is famous for their wooden furniture like the Luna Crib and the decorative Guitar Cushions. The brand just started offering bespoke furniture for children’s rooms. Their first commissioned piece is a bed called STAR BED, made for a Corsican family and their newborn baby Anna-Maria.
Trend gurus predict our future lives will become more and more nomad, visionnaire brands create objects that can follow us everywhere and voila, even children can get acquainted to the idea of being constantly mobile with The Caravan Bed and The Tent Bed by Belgian brand Mathy By Bols, available at BoboKids in London.
In Creative Family Home, Ashlyn Gibson explores the heart and soul of twelve specially photographed homes that capture the zeitgeist in family living and celebrate the magic of childhood. Whether you have just started a family or have a tribe of pre-teens, the book explores both practical and decorative angles. Discussion with the author and peek into this beautiful book.
Wall Stickers and wallpaper have been very popular in the last decade. Here’s a quick guide on the topic, featuring an interview with Idoia García de Cortázar of Spanish brand Chispum, a list of the top brands on the market, as well as a selection of products we love.
A bit of history with Y’a Pas Le Feu Au Lac, the Swiss design company founded by Grégory & Marie BODEL and FX BALLÉRY. Designed by Juan Pablo Cambariere, their Woostache wooden figurines are inspired by Argentinian anarchists from the beginning of the XXth Century.