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Luona In by Takkunen

28.7.14

LuonaIn
LuonaIn
LuonaIn
LuonaIn
LuonaIn
LuonaIn
LuonaIn
This collection of raw plywood furniture is designed by Finnish architect Takkunen and is called Luona In, which means something like inside with.

Clean, functional furniture that is flexible and asks the kids for creativity!

I always liked the idea of a house in a house and that cube with the holes looks like so much fun.

The pieces are untreated so you can paint them or do some other fun stuff to put your own "hand print" on them... or, of course, just leave them simple and plain!

To buy here.

Love Pretty Garlands

25.7.14

Paul&Paula blog: love pretty garlands
Paul&Paula blog: love pretty garlands
Paul&Paula blog: love pretty garlands
I love garlands and kids love to see their names. And voila the best thing to personalise a shared kids room.
A lettered garland!

Ana from Love Pretty Garlands made this for Leonor. It was a real pleasure to go through the details because you can choose every detail: colours/fabrics for each letter, stars or hearts, horizontal or vertical garland and and and... just the perfect garland for your little one that will be hand made just for you and comes in a cute little fabric bag.

By the way ... I think it is a fab gift for a newborn or first birthday...

Hsiao Ron on the Moon

24.7.14

Paul&Paula blog: Hsiao Ron on the Moon
Paul&Paula blog: Hsiao Ron on the Moon
Paul&Paula blog: Hsiao Ron on the Moon
Paul&Paula blog: Hsiao Ron on the Moon
Paul&Paula blog: Hsiao Ron on the Moon
Hsiao Ron Cheng is a Taiwanese graphic designer. She is 27 years old and her adventure with illustration started only two years ago though, of course, she has drawn forever. Success came very quickly. Her works combine delicacy and pastel colours with oneiric and disturbing atmosphere. They talk lyrically about fears or a felling of being a misfit.

It amazed people around the world. Today, Ron creates illustrations for articles, designs covers and murals on the walls of cafes. Among the fans of her work there was also polish fashion brand Kids On The Moon. And because girls from the Moon do not know the strength of limitations and gravity, they immediately suggested Ron a cooperation. And the results are here: limited minicolletion, which was created as part of the Moonsafari collection.

It is all about feathers, feathers and feathers… because they are beautiful.

To Ron, feathers represent the wildness but also gentleness because their function is to protect the body from severe weather, which is a beautiful combination.

Photos credits: kaszkazmlekiem.com


Gosia

Small Style

small style//milapinou
small style//milapinou
small style//milapinou
small style//milapinou
My little lady having fun in the hotel room...
... in Milapinou.

small style // miamija
small style // miamija
He wanted to wear his shorts from last summer... a little small now but who can say no to him?

Shorts: Good Boy Friday
Tee: Petit Bateau
Sunhat: Miamija

small style // bonton
small style // bonton
Beach and a simple dress.
Nothing else needed.

Dress: Bonton


Coll├ęgien slippers

23.7.14

Paul&Paula blog: collegien slippers

Paul&Paula blog: collegien slippers
Paul&Paula blog: collegien slippers
Paul&Paula blog: collegien slippers
Paul&Paula blog: collegien slippers
Paul&Paula blog: collegien slippers
Photos: Paul & Paula

We use Coll├ęgien slippers since KleinR {not so small anymore actually} was around 1 1/2 years old.
They are comfortable and soft, do not slip because of the little spikes on the sole, have a perforated breathable sole and come in really cool designs.
Basically everything you can imagine - funky, classic, stripes, faces, long versions as well as short, cashmere for extra luxury and and and... have a look, I am sure you will find something you like.

And they do them in adult sizes too... are you ready for the family look?

PS: Their tights and socks come in the best colours.



Miss Chips

22.7.14

Paul&Paula blog: Miss Chips
Paul&Paula blog: Miss Chips
Paul&Paula blog: Miss Chips
Paul&Paula blog: Miss Chips
Paul&Paula blog: Miss Chips
Paul&Paula blog: Miss Chips
Paul&Paula blog: Miss Chips
Ahhh... les Belges... they just know how to do great kids fashion!

Look at this relatively new brand that started in January 2013 - MISS CHIPS is a “collection of clothes for little girls” between 0 and 14 years of age.

Produced in Portugal this brand has the perfect mix between chic and casual. Dressed perfectly for school, play date and a little diner at your favourite pizzeria.

I am sure you spotted all the details already and those dresses! Perfection!
Still swooning...

Check here for a retailer!
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