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10.01.17

Ferm Living Kids – new items

Ferm Living Kids
Well known interior brand ferm LIVING added some new goodies to their kids line. A new year is a great opportunity to add some little pieces to our houses. For a fresh look!

The Danish furniture and interior design company founded by Trine Andersen includes products for nursery interiors and kid’s bedrooms with a graphic touch.

The line uses a lot of muted colours that fit in most homes.

Elegant modern products for children!
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12.12.16

Birds of Nature – kids shoes

Birds of Nature

Just recently I discovered Birds of Nature through Instagram and next to the cute shoes they make I fell in love with their aesthetics. Everything looks so calm, passionate and sweet.

The brand is based in Berlin, Germany and Wassenar in The Netherlands. Two countries I know very well.

Mijke and Ilse created a brand that lives from a big love of craftmanship. The little shoes are hand made in Portugal from carefully selected leather.

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01.12.16

Mademoiselle à Soho

Mademoiselle à Soho
Mademoiselle à Soho is a dream. A dream of wool, perfect silhouettes, layers of gorgeous colours and soft garments.

Garments to run around, to be chic, to be a child and to show your personality.

Alexana, founder and designer of Mademoiselle à Soho…

… grew up in a family of artists. Raised in a place full of imagination, fantasy, costumes and fairy tales. And with two grand-mothers that handmade clothes for her and her sister. Watching them making the clothes and dreaming to be able to do the same one day.
Mademoiselle à Soho combines Alexana’s roots – French design, American comfort and Romanian craft. The line is produced in Romania, in a family owned sewing shop. The natural fabrics are made in Europe and handcrafted with care. The knits are hand made by passionate grannies from Italian yarns. Every piece has its story.

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29.11.16

Malu Organic

Malu Organic
Malu Organic has a little story and it started some time during our epic road trip this summer. We were in Santa Barbara and just wandering through the city on the way to the park. Looking for a little shop or cafe to take some drinks with us. When we {well me} stumbled upon a little corner with a cute cafe, a French bakery and two shops. They looked quite interesting from the other side of the road. Exactly. It was very necessary to check this all out. Of course!

In one of those shops I discovered Malu Organic

… and had to buy two pairs of pants for Joséphine. A few days later I then discovered that the shop, called DIANI, has a blog that I follow for quite some time. That was why I had the feeling that I know where I am without really knowing because I have never been there before. If that makes any sense to you.

And then I wanted to tell you about Malu but there were not many lovely pictures on their website. Until now. With the launch of their new A/W collection they also did a little look book and I am happy to introduce you to Malu Organic today.
{and congrats if you managed to read until here, promise you are in for a treat}
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28.11.16

Mouse in the House

Mouse in the House
Mouse in the House is the name of a fairy-tale like new knitwear brand for kids and babies.

Inspired by nature and very dreamy and whimsy. The pieces are perfect for this season.

Mouse in the House was created by husband and wife Ashley and Scott Jensen. Living in a rural community near Seattle, raising two young daughters and being surrounded by natural beauty, the business was born out of a love for knitting and an obsession with high quality children’s products.

Beautiful things are made through patience, attention to detail, and ideal circumstances. We strive to honor that process by creating goods for children using ancient crafts such as hand knitting and embroidery that require slow stitch after slow stitch, employing women in developing nations at an above-average wage, and seeking out nature’s finest materials.
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