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BIG KIDS

  • Furniture GTYR Loves

    Nidi Design

    Something for bigger kids today! Nidi Design by Battistella is an ultra-cool Italian brand that specialises in creating modular and customisable furniture for children. And the designs are beautiful. Now I…

  • Go To This Shop

    Antipodream

    Today’s super shop is one I wouldn’t have known about if it wasn’t for my interview with the lovely Lucy last week (if you missed that, btw, check it out here).…

  • Chat

    We need you!

    Hello! A couple of bits of ‘business’ to discuss with you today! You may have guessed from the picture and headline, but I wanted to do a little shout out to you…

  • 3 Of The Best

    Lightboxes

    Now, I’m aware that lightboxes have become a little bit of an interiors cliche, because they’ve been EVERYWHERE for the past couple of years. Particularly the DIY letter types that you can…

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    Panda and Ping

    Another amazing independent designer-maker for you guys today! I was very excited to come across Panda & Ping – not least because their name and logo is just the best. Who…

  • Furniture

    Lil’Gaea from Nubie

    Goodness knows how you pronounce it, but Lil’Gaea is my newest kids’ interiors discovery, brought to you by the very lovely and inspirational kids’ store Nubie. I’m really quite in love…

  • Decor

    Helen Baker Home

    I’m really pleased that the trend for gender neutral kids’ products has come across from fashion and is catching on in interiors too. It seems really daft to me that decor,…

  • Go To This Shop

    Paperboy

    Paperboy wallpaper has been on my radar for a long time now – ever since I worked at Decorex and the brand exhibited there. The name stuck in my mind first, then…

  • Accessories Decor

    Sunday Shop: Perfect Prints

    I haven’t really shouted much about it, but you may have spotted the Shop section of the blog (in fact, I know some of you have because I have seen the…

  • Interview

    IO Kids Design

    As you may know, the thing I enjoy most about being a design journalist is meeting and hearing from designers themselves. The effort of designing and producing something from scratch is not…