Entries Tagged as 'geometric design'

'kids bedlinen with geometric shapes"A few days ago I came across some kids bedding by Oh My Kids from Belgium and I was smitten.  Their simple aesthetic of lots of white with tiny bits of colour really appealed to me.  Also, I just adore the random scattering of little shapes which extends across most of their designs.  I need to start looking for new bedlinen for Anya soon, and this is definitely going on my shortlist.

"european clothes for kids"I soon discovered that Oh My Kids also create handmade clothes for kids which include dresses, skirts, sweatshirts and leggings.  I’m not normally a sweatshirts and leggings kind of gal but these ones are an exception.  They’re so simple, stylish and fun.  And that little balloon skirt… too cute!

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"scandinavian kids decor"

When I was in school, maths was one of my favourite subjects (so geeky, I know!).  I felt completely at one with algebra, logic and even calculus but there was one branch of maths that was a thorn in my side and that was geometry.  How the tables have turned since then… I’ve forgotten all my complex equations but I can’t resist a good geometric pattern.  Not quite the same as studying geometry but it’s those exact same shapes I dreaded seeing that now bring such delight.  And so when I saw the goodies offered by OYOY, a new Danish interior design shop, I was smitten.  I first spotted their clean designs adorned with geometric patterns over at Paul et Paula and I knew I had to share them here.  

"geometric patterns for kids"

From the colourful hexagon bed linen to the cushions adorned with a range of shapes, OYOY’s style is minimal, clean and very Scandinavian.  They use lots of shapes throughout their creations but without ever over-doing it.  Less is more is their design ethos and it clearly shows.  While there are things aimed specifically at kids, I think much of the beauty lies in the ageless appeal of everything they offer.  The colour scheme of using lots of neutrals with pops of neon is really appealing too.  I’ve always been very partial to Scandi design and OYOY is another great new example of Scandi design at it’s best.  Forget algebra, I now know that geometry is the way to go!

"scandinavian kids room decor"

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