21.11.14

A few things ... {Friday list}

Paul&Paula blog: bob and the glasses
Bob the bear!


New leggings from Thief&Bandit at four monkeys!


Paul&Paula blog: babol milano
Babol Cashmere.


Beautiful blankets, swaddles and beddings - hand painted!



Angel&Rocket puts you in the Christmas mood with this video.


Also a very festive selection over at Elias&Grace.



Paul&Paula blog: fabelab xmas calendar
"Fill each of the 24 small pockets with a little gift or part of a story. Every day after finding the gift inside the pocket, there is another surprise waiting for your little one! Turn the pockets inside out and discover a little character or part of a landscape!
Let this little woodland inspire you to tell your own Christmas adventure…."
I could buy Advent Calenders with no end... and I love this version!


Paul&Paula blog: wooden bike
The wooden toy heart in me is melting...


I would totally wear that dress!


Paul&Paula blog: odette williams kids kitchen utensils

The cutest aprons from Odette Williams!
Such a great gift idea too...


Oh my god. Cutest gift ever and I am just thinking about becoming a big sister or brother. Get this cute softie for the proud sister/brother and then the matching onesie for the baby. Awwwww....






Paul&Paula blog: two els x carousel NY
Two Els and Carousel NY teamed up and created this special edition dress - L O V E!

Happy week end everyone!
I have to admit that things are a little hectic over here... the pre-Christmas hustle started...

Enjoying every quiet minute we can get xoxo

20.11.14

Feliz

Paul&Paula blog: Feliz
Paul&Paula blog: Feliz
Paul&Paula blog: Feliz
Paul&Paula blog: Feliz
Paul&Paula blog: Feliz
Paul&Paula blog: Feliz
Feliz {exalted state of happiness} is a small Melbourne-based business, producing a handmade range of quirky and fun bed linen and decorative cushions for the whole family.

The new range has some lovely gender neutral cot sheets and duvets covers in greys and whites and with fun bikes and cameras prints!

"All Feliz products have been designed in-house. We are inspired by colour, texture and clean simple designs and our aim is to produce items of the highest quality. We hope our products inject a pop of colour and fun into your home, whilst still being able to blend in with any style."

Such a lovely brand and I like that the designs appeal to kids as well as adults without being to grown up or to childish, funny how that sometimes works out...

I have a really hard time to decide on a favourite but the last days have been so very grey and sad, that the throw with the pink dots would make such a bright appearance and lift our mood... I go for that one :)

Paul&Paula blog: Feliz

19.11.14

Nobodinoz furniture

Paul&Paula blog: nobodinoz furniture

Spanish nobodinoz just added a furniture line to their already lovely clothes and home accessoris collection!

It is fresh, colourful {but not too much} and in a good price range.

Paul&Paula blog: nobodinoz furniture
Paul&Paula blog: nobodinoz furniture
Paul&Paula blog: nobodinoz furniture
If you want to keep the room very neutral you can always opt for the white pieces, me personally I like the blue a lot.

Paul&Paula blog: nobodinoz furniture
Paul&Paula blog: nobodinoz furniture
Paul&Paula blog: nobodinoz furniture
Or what about red?

Paul&Paula blog: nobodinoz furniture
Paul&Paula blog: nobodinoz furniture
In total there are 5 color options for modern families!


High quality products made from European FSC solid beech wood that are made to last
Finished with non-toxic water-based varnish and colour paints.
They also added a few new designs and colours to the accessory line - have a look!

18.11.14

House of Jamie - new collection

Paul&Paula blog: House of Jamie
Paul&Paula blog: House of Jamie
Paul&Paula blog: House of Jamie
Paul&Paula blog: House of Jamie
Paul&Paula blog: House of Jamie
Paul&Paula blog: House of Jamie
After lots of talking about knits, lets change the topic to another all time favourite in our house - STRIPES!

The new collection from House of Jamie is full of stripes and we love it.
Breton stripes. The French style from Amsterdam and cool black and white. For every day and every season...

My favorite piece is the long tunic, very classy with the longer back...

Also to get from one of my favourite online shops.

17.11.14

Small Style

Paul&Paula blog: small style // mini rodini
Paul&Paula blog: small style // mini rodini
Paul&Paula blog: small style // mini rodini
Paul&Paula blog: small style // mini rodini
Paul&Paula blog: small style
Paul&Paula blog: small style // mini rodini
The perfect Autumn jacket. I know Mini Rodini is very famous for the fun prints but did you know that they really excellent and especially super practical outerwear too?
The Pico Jacket is such a favourite and especially, this seasons colour, in navy... must have!!
{and also a good colour to keep for other siblings}

Jacket: Mini Rodini
Jeans: Angel&Rocket
Skirt: Louise Misha
Panda Scarf: Bonnie Baby

Paul&Paula blog: small style / carousel NY
Paul&Paula blog: small style / carousel NY
Paul&Paula blog: small style / carousel NY
Paul&Paula blog: small style / carousel NY
My baby with a Peter Pan collar? Only with a cool design like this :)

Shirt: Macarons
Shorts: Bonpoint

The best blocks

Paul&Paul blog: the best blocks
If you have children you definitely have a least one set of blocks. The classic toy...

The toy that lasts forever and that babies, toddlers and also older children can play with!

It is a good gift as well... like I said - a classic. A lovely set of wooden blocks...

We are in 2014 and there are many different versions. For design lovers, traditional sets, advanced, colourful and and and... here is a selection, my favourite blocks:

1. Art meets science in this set of nesting hand-painted blocks that use leverage and counterbalance to build clever modular structures that adapt to and inspire any builder's imagination, from a toddler's to an architect's.

2. Mini cubes. Create lots of fun houses, animals and and and...

3. Classic set to learn numbers, colours and animals.

4. A doll house made of wooden blocks. With lots of great colours and different shapes.

5. Eight angles and a cube create sophisticated constructions with piers, columns and supports. Angular {also from Naef} is a game with the right angle and colours.

6. Classic set of building blocks in easy to see colours - even babies will love it.

7. Wooden cubes with the numbers 0-9 for the design lover {and their parents}.

8. Black & White blocks from NAEF for the advanced block builder. The cube is divided several times in adherence to the golden ratio and surrounded by black shapes. During play, these become foundations, walls or roofs and a player the architect. {forgot to add the number above}

Paul&Paul blog: the best blocks

1. Wooden blocks with a little cart. Perfect to keep them all in place. 28 hand painted wooden blocks. One side features a very lovely racoon. the other sides have letters and numbers for some good fun and educational play.

2. Classic and colourful building blocks from Grimms.

3. The facemaker. One of our favourites and we especially like the mini version because we take it along when travelling or going out for dinner... make faces with the blocks, its so much fun for evryone!

4. Pyramid maths blocks. As they stack and sort the blocks of varying heights, younger children learn early math concepts such same and different, smaller and bigger.
With the same set of 100 blocks, older children can be playfully introduced to mathematical concepts from addition, subtraction, and multiplication to counting by multiples, proportion, sequencing, and decimals fractions.

5. From famous German wooden toy maker Anker and for older kids because the pieces are relatively small but that also means you can build lots of fun things and I also know this is a big hit with parents, grand parents, oncles...

6. Another classic and for all ages. Wooden planks to build anything your creativity allows...

7. Definitely nice to look at and also a little different - those blocks need to be balanced to build.

8. Ant blocks. Trails of ants connect on all six sides of these sixteen blocks, forming never-ending patterns for your kids to explore. Each set contains images of ant hills, a queen with her eggs, and a spider, the ant’s nemesis.

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