Entries Tagged as 'crib bedding sets'

"blakc and white nursery decor ideas"At the moment I can’t seem to get enough of Scandinavian style black & white interiors.  It’s such a clean and striking look for any room.  So I’ve put together some things I’m really loving for a Scandi inspired black & white baby nursery.  

1. Hand knit Paris garland…  2. Bear of few words A4 print…  3. Tree adorned crib bedding…  4. Black and birch high chair…  5.  Stripey cloud cushion…  6. Raindrop wall stickers…  7.  Jealous baby soft toy.

"cute baby cot bed sets"In January I visited Playtime Paris, a trade show bringing together some of the best kids brands from across Europe and USA.  One of the brands that seriously grabbed my attention was Smiling Planet.  I’ve known about them for a while and I’ve even featured their kids dinner plates but it was the new Smiling Planet kids bedding collection that had me swooning.  It’s about to launch in a few weeks so I couldn’t wait any longer to share it.

"elephant crib set"I’m loving the softness and subtlety of their designs.  The teeny tiny prints of elephants, alligators and stars against a crisp white background just works so well and looks so adorable. I’m also loving the cool buddha adorned bedding set too.  There is a feeling of pureness and innocence that shines through this bedding making it so perfect for a baby.  These crib sets and kids duvets will be available in about a months time from Smiling Planet’s online store.

"rickshaw design indian fabrics"I’ve long been a fan of Rikshaw Design.  When I re-visited them the other day I found that they now sell their gorgeous Indian fabric by the yard.  From these lovely cotton fabrics they make crib bedding sets and quilts, little kurtas for babies and toddlers and bibs and burp sets.  If sewing isn’t your thing then you could always create a beautiful wall hanging for your nursery.   I love these Indian fabrics and I’ve indulged in a gorgeous elephant quilt for my daughter.  I bought mine in India as I often go there but you can save yourself a trip.  Made in Rajasthan and called block print fabric,  they have a lightness and softness to them that make them perfect for babies and nurseries.  Visit Rikshaw Design where the fabrics cost $44 a yard.  They do ship to Europe but shipping is very steep.  Shipping within the US is free.

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