Entries Tagged as 'italian design'

"italian kids fashion"‘Chic for kids’ is how this Italian brand describe themselves and boy is it true!  Simple linen clothes and accessories embellished with adorable little details is what you’ll find at Minimu.  That fish bib and those dusty pink bloomers – how incredibly sweet are they?  I only wish I had a little baby to put them on…

"chic italian style for kids"While the Minimu Spring Summer 2013 baby range is to die for, the girls range is no less impressive.  The dresses and tops on offer are so pretty and so stylish without being fussy or cutesy.  They have just the right amount of subtle detail to make them stand out from the crowd.  I’ve got my eye on that yellow polka dot dress which just shouts summer to me.  Minimu is very much becoming a firm favourite here… how can anybody resist such sweet chic-ness (is that even a word?!).

"italian clothes babies"

A few weeks ago I shared the brand new Tree House collection for babies by Anja Schwerbrock and what a collection it was… minimal, European style at it’s absolute best.  Today I have another amazing baby and kids collection to share.  It’s European, it’s minimal and ever so chic.  From Italy, Minimu had me swooning from the second I laid eyes on their offerings which include beautiful dresses, tops, trousers, baby rompers and more.

"italian clothes for kids"

The styles are simple often embellished with a subtle ruffle or a contrasting tie detail or even a sweet bow.  Then there are the adorable polka dot prints in deep maroon, soft lilac and pale grey.  The clothes look comfortable and easy to wear yet really pack a style punch.  That’s exactly what kids clothes should be about.  There’s no fuss here, just exquisite style that’s clean and effortless and very pleasing to the eye.  Minimu don’t sell online but I’m sure you can contact them for stockists.

"european nursery bedding sets"

Hand made in Italy, this kids bedding by Numero 74 is just exquisite.  In the collection there are blankets, quilts and duvet sets for babies and children.   With a strong vintage vibe, the bedding is made in limited editions so you know you’re getting something unique.  But Numero 74 is about more than bedding as they also sell very desirable vintage toys and furniture which I have featured before.

"Italian kids bedding sets"

There is an understated elegance to all the bedding that comes in a range of colours from brights to muted tones.  The fabrics have pretty floral prints or polka dots but there’s also lots in plain colours too.  Started by 2 friends who couldn’t find what they wanted to decorate their kids room, they decided to make or source their own and Numero 74 was born.  I’ve completely fallen for their entire collection especially those quilts pictured at the top.  Visit Numero 74 or for a different range try smallable.com

"red riding hood stationary girls"

When I first saw ‘Nina and other little things’ I was hooked.  I have a bit of a stationery obsession anyway and when it’s as cute and pretty as this, there is no way I can resist.  The whole collection is based around a little biscuit sized character called Nina and she’s described by her creators as “Nina is a “pupetta”. She was born from pieces of cloth: her body is made of natural hemp fabric, cloak of red wool & her face sown in black cotton.  She’s like a little red hiding hood… almost invisible to many, she’s sometimes filled with sweet melancholy without knowing why, other times she’s exuberant, or plays lazily with her precious little pearls, or dances the “twist” with reels of cotton.  Nina exists only if you see her, and not everyone can.”

Nina is from Italy and comes in the form of notebooks, colour pencils, paper games, rag books, handmade artwork for kids and more.  Lots of sweet little things that will bring a big smile to your face.  I love the stationary she adorns but I also love the charming and whimsical little character that she is.  The the whole little red riding hood vibe makes it all even more adorable.  To check out all the lovely goodies head to Nina and Other Little Things where you’ll find a list of stockists too.

If you’re a Red Riding Hood fan, have a look at these plates and bowls from Argentina.  They’ve got quite a story behind them!

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