It’s no secret that we love Petit Collage! Artist, Lorena Siminovich, never ceases to impress us with her new and wonderful products which is why we’ve featured this fabulous US brand several times before here on Style My Child.
The My World Jumbo Wood Panel is no exception and is sure to delight both kids and adults alike. This striking artwork features colourful and oh-so-cute graphics which are printed directly onto FSC-certified solid birch wood. The panel is roughly 91cm wide x 61cm high (36″ x 24″) and comes ready to hang.
Encourage your little ones to save their hard-earned pocket money (or not-so-hard-earned… I’m looking at you, Nanna) with these gorgeous money boxes. Imagine the thrill when they finally fill them up and discover how much money they’ve actually saved!
We love this colour combination! It’s fresh, modern, unisex and stylish and is just perfect for nurseries (particularly if you don’t know whether bub is a boy or a girl). It’s also ideal for shared rooms and rooms which are a little space challenged.
Above are a few decorating examples we found which use this combo well.
Both are lovingly made in Australia with the softest, finely spun Supercale cotton and printed with 100% eco-safe Oeko-Tex 100 certification ink.
As a special introductory offer, Bed Toppings have reduced the price of these precious fitted sheets to just $52 including free delivery. Discount is available for a limited time only so get a wriggle on!
I Feel Green produces handmade, sustainable home decor accessories. The 100% cotton covers are embroidered with cute little faces which make the perfect addition to any little one’s room and as the name suggests, they can be the ideal ‘friend’ to tell all the day’s events and secrets to.
We’re definitely noticing a trend towards black and white in children’s rooms and nurseries of late. Above are some examples we have discovered recently on a few of our favourite interiors blogs. As you can see, some rooms have a splash of colour and others are solely dedicated to the black and white theme.
What do you think about black and white in children’s rooms? Is it too much or do you love it? We’d love to hear your thoughts.