Entries Tagged as 'baby slippers'

Pinterest palettes ~ 03

October 23, 2013

"pinterest inspired colour palette 3"Today I was feeling drawn to this simple colour palette of soft pinks, greys, creams and a bit of black.  This pinterest colour palette was inspired by that little girl in her very cool outfit.  These colours work so well on an outfit but I especially love them for a kids room.  The next time I decorate Anya’s room, this is the colour palette for me.

1. Girls style,  2. Jealous baby toy,  3. Pompom shoes,  4. Trio of soft toys,  5. Mouse slippers

Pins found on boards by Minimalista, Pirouette, Knuffels a la carte and my pinterest.  Are you on pinterest?  It’s quite addictive, don’t you think?

From Sweden with love…

December 5, 2012

"scandinavian design for kids"

Whenever I used to hear someone mention Sweden or when I saw something Swedish I’d always think of one of my closest and oldest friends who is half Swedish.  Sadly we now live continents apart but luckily it’s one of those friendships where this doesn’t matter at all.  Now when I hear the word Sweden, I fleetingly think of my friend and then my mind just gets flooded with thoughts of wonderful Swedish design!  The Swedes, and the other Scandinavians too have a design sense that is second to none and I’m very drawn to their aesthetic.  So when I discover a new Swedish shop I get very excited as I know it’s going to be good even before I check out what they sell.  And that’s exactly what happened with Le Kiosk.

Le Kiosk is a new Swedish store which sells goodies that are sourced from all over the world but each piece has the Scandinavian touch of being simple, light and bright in style.  In their kids section you’ll find fun crafty things like the {make your own} house box and the pretty washi tape covered pencils… {forget the kids, I’d love some of these for myself!}  There are also the cutest kimono baby slippers on offer and some cool mini woollen blankets plus loads of unusual posters and prints.  What I love most about Le Kiosk is that a lot of their carefully selected offerings are handmade and as a result very unusual. 

P.S. Have you seen our Christmas gift guides for kids and mama’s?

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