Entries Tagged as 'nursery rug'

"yellow nursery decor"I love yellow!  It’s such a happy colour, don’t you think?  It’s probably my favourite colour especially for kids and babies.  And since the sun has graced us with it’s presence after months, I thought it was time to do a yellow post.  Here’s what I currently love for a happy, sunny summer:

1. Bird drawing book…  2. Patent leather dolly shoe…  3. Handmade lion soft toy…  4. Lemon tote bag or storage sack…  5. Harper sunsuit with triangle design…  6.  Modern striped citrine rug…  7. Printed rabbit patch baby quilt.

"not Neutral melamine snack set"

"not Neutral colourful kids rugs"

"not neutral tree wall stickers"not Neutral is what they’re called and not neutral is what you can expect, big time.  If you love your whites, creams and ivories then this ones probably not for you.  But if hot, fiery colours float your boat, stick around and don your sunnies!  Based in LA, this design company create fabby kiddy stuff and homey stuff.  On offer are melamine plates, area rugs, quilts, wall art, the most delicious garden stakes I’ve ever laid eyes on and more.  And everything comes in shocking pinks, canary yellows, lime greens, sea blues… you get the idea.  To give you a measure of prices, the melamine snack set costs $26, while the rugs are from $260, and they deliver to the UK from $8.  Check out not Neutral and feast your eyes on their bold n’ beautiful goodies.

"Designers Guild Kids tree rug"

I’m loving what I see.  A bold and bright rug in the shape of a tree, to add a splash of colour to a nursery or a play space.  Called the Pond Street Kids Rug by Designers Guild, it’s got a fab retro feel to it.  The lively shades of green are perfectly complemented with a dash of rusty-orange.  Lay it on a wooden floor and watch the space come to life in style!  The Pond Street Kids Rug costs £195 with delivery at £9.95 and measures 150 x 180 cms.  With it’s large size, it’ll make a fab and colourful  alternative to carpet.

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