Posted in ProductsOctober 25, 2010
Posted in ProductsOctober 25, 2010
Lots of new products arrived at Bianca and Family. For those who don’t know it yet, the e-store offers a selection of vintage furniture, small furnishings, decorations and accessories for children. “Each item has been carefully selected because we fell in love with it, epitomising a mix of childhood memories with a touch of modernity”. Don’t forget to take a peek at the “goodies” section, a kid’s rooms photo gallery; fun!
I want a treehouse like this!
In the garden of Marcelo Joulia, founder of Naco Architects – Photos Jean-Francois Jaussaud, Lux Productions
Posted in PhotographyOctober 24, 2010
A former buyer and designer, Craig Anczelowitz always dreamt of making toys. After more than ten years spent in New York working for prestigious companies (Kate’s Paperie, ABC Carpet & Home, Outfitters), Craig decided to settle down in Thailand. He had traveled throughout Asia many times for work and had always enjoyed his time developing home decor there most. Not very long after, he gave birth to Nook-nook, a collection of funny creatures. Handmade with much love, the nook-nooks are produced with respect and care in a family-run workshop in chiang mai, Thailand. “The nook nook collection has been created deep within the thickets of the “hideaway forest” to brighten your day and put a big smile on your face! nook nook features such hand stitched goodies as the cute-as-buttons “critter” dolls, sensationally splendid stationery, petite and precious purses as well as oodles and oodles of adorable accessories”.
Posted in Parent & Child interviewsOctober 23, 2010
Gaspard is naturalist; he loves insects, bones, leaves, feathers. He has a “cabinet of curiosities” full of bones that he found by digging in his garden. Pauline is in love with horses; she goes to the Poney-Club every wee That leaves a little time to Anne S. their mother to work on her wonderful blog estaminetcoquet.Read more
Posted in PhotographyOctober 23, 2010
Short listed for the Elle Decoration Best of British Design award 2010, the Alphabet cushions by Elsie Dodds are a must! The designs are inspired by a way to learn through association and there is fun to be had finding all that is hidden in the patterns. For children and adults to share and enjoy, to encourage curious natures and stimulate imaginations.
Posted in ProductsOctober 22, 2010
Tom & Drew is one of the first children’s wear companies to introduce Japanese Kurabo denim to the market. T&D’s denim is of the highest possible quality and has been imported from Osaka, Japan. The Kurabo denim paired with appliqué pima cotton t-shirts, “slubby” jersey reversible hoodies and light weight “space dyed” knit shorts make for perfect summer outfits. Tom&Drew is also one of the few companies that focuses on boys and boys only, and I have to say that those short pants looks pretty good, even under the rain… www.tomanddrewboys.com
Posted in PhotographyOctober 22, 2010
Posted in Parent & Child interviewsOctober 21, 2010
Kaili is a funny girl who makes people laugh, intentionally or not. She loves arts and crafts and recently has been doing a lot of colouring, cutting papers and pasting…she is also pretending to do origami. One sure for sure : Kaili is into yellow! Chiharu, a Japanese based in Hong Kong, recently launched a very inspiring e-store called www.storytime.jp.Read more
Posted in ProductsOctober 21, 2010
Pirouette has been listed on Babble.com for their “Well designed blogs” competition. Help Pirouette gain a top position by voting here. Thanks a lot!