Avlia – children’s furniture in the shapes of farm animals

Avlia – Furniture System for Children

Avlia is a Furniture System for Children in the shapes of farm animals that can be used as both toys and functional pieces of furniture.

Nataša Njegovanović created a desk shaped like a cow, a toy chest in the shape of a pig, stools made to look like cats and dogs, and a pencil box designed to look like a chicken.

The simple design leaves enough room for children to use their imaginations and turn the pieces into new things that bring their world of pretend to life. I love how the animals became design objects and still appeal to children and their needs. Not too cute, not too polished – just great furniture that is lovely to look at and interesting!

Made mostly from Slavonian oak, the toys were inspired by a time when children played with wooden toys and when nature and animals were the main sources of entertainment for children.’
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Velveteen S/S 2017

I covered Velveteen a few times already and it is definitely time to show you what Laura designed for our kids for this summer.

Velveteen works with fair-trade organizations whenever possible and their finely crafted and hand-embroidered clothing are famous for using a combination of Indian artisan techniques. Truly beautiful hand dyed and block-printed fabrics, luxurious and unique prints, gorgeous details and stunning colors. You can’t get wrong by wearing Velveteen.

Velveteen is for the child who shines bright like a diamond. Velveteen is for the child who is strong, smart, and kind. Velveteen is for the global child in all of us.

Laura believes that little people deserve the same timeless elegance and exquisite craftsmanship as their stylish parents.

Combined with functionality and comfort to make sure they can enjoy and roam around freely.

Founded in 2012 the brand caters for boys and girls aged 3 months to 14 years.
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So Sense Kids

so sense kids
So happy to introduce you to a very young brand based in Germany – So Sense.

Masha Diundik, the founder of So Sense, was born in Russia and the clothes combine excellent German quality and cozy Russian soul.

The inspiration comes from excellent fabrics, in rich colors and beautiful quality.

‘We believe that it is not necessary to have an excessive number of garments in your kid‘s wardrobe but instead – a reasonable number of garments that can be easily and tastefully combined.’

With every new collection Masha keeps mind that your child will be able to choose their own daily outfit, and that you can be sure, that they will look perfect.
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Cyrillus Kids S/S 2017

cyrillus kids

After the Flower Girl round up and our long week end in Paris I really want to show you more from the current collection from Cyrillus.

The absolute French style – chic, effortless and simple – for rather reasonable prices.

You can find classics that go with everything, lots of Liberty prints, cute summer shoes and adorable swim wear.

There are even some outfits that are available in kids as well as adult sizes {remember my mini me post} and make lovely ‘family outfits’.

Most pieces go up to size 14 and make great pieces for tweens & teens.

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Garbo&Friends news


One of my favorite brands when it comes to kids bedding and accessories, Garbo & Friends, launched a few new items and I thought it is time to update and show you a few of those news.

The color palette is really amazing, just as you know it, the dusty tones, some petrol, vintage pink or mustard. Together with Susan’s hand drawn illustration the pieces are very dreamy and whimsical. Perfect for a good nights sleep or some cuddles.

And I am totally in love with these two new designs: Fauna & Mares.

Mares is inspired by the ocean. Susan discovered the magic of diving and has found an endless source of inspiration. “It is like a completely different world with vivid colors, moon like landscapes, innovative textures, shapes and amazing creatures”.

Fauna is inspired by the colors of classical wallpaper, beautiful tapestries and hide & seek.

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