The new wallpaper collection from Hibou home is just spot on ... soft pastel colors with prints that kids will love too ... I have been a fan of Hibou home for a couple of years now and find it so admirable how Emma Lycett, founder and creator is growing her business in these which we all know not so easy times.
Great way to start this week I believe and lot more to come ... a new DIY project tomorrow .. a book review in a special way and some pinterest fun. So hope to see you more often this week!
ps. I love the papiermache animal pieces on the wall .. where are they from, who made them?
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Yesterday I saw Holly's post about Sian Zeng's amazing magnetic wallpaper and knew it was a perfect fit for BloesemKids.
Not only do I think the imaginative scenes on the wallpapers are very beautiful... I absolutely LOVE the idea for kids to be able to 'play' with their walls ... which child doesn't like to paint or draw on walls? Well mine do for sure, yesterday I went in the boy's room and yes Kiet had drawn a green bus above his bed :) perhaps these magnets will keep him from doing this in the future?
Sian was born in China and moved to Hungary with her parents when she was seven. She graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2009 with a BA in Textile Design and has since <read more>
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I would like to start this week with FaBRiKo. Lisa Ericksson, a Swedish graphic designer and mum, based in Stockholm and in Paris founded a this beautiful new label. After having giving bith to her son Wilmer the idea of her own company started to grow. With little experience of running a business, but with a great passion for designing patterns she decided to start a brand for kids interior design. Quite scary she says, but after a lot of hard work FABRiKO was finally born!
Lise likes the thought of design for kids that also their parents enjoy having in their home. So the idea behind FABRiKO was simply to create something for kids that´s fun, creative and playful without being too traditional or too cute. The colours and patterns are unisex and can be <<<Read More>>>
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