Petit Picotin

Petit Picotin
From bedding to decoration Petit Picotin has all the essential products to accompany your baby from its first days.
And I am so happy to finally share this brand with you. I saw them a long time ago but the website was not in place yet. And I know that you like to be able to click through, maybe shop or at least get more ideas about the products… so I was waiting. And finally, here we are.

Astrid Geffroy launched Petit Picotin last year and offers a collection of customisable birth gifts.

And with that gifting got a whole new meaning. You can find little toys, home accessories, storage bags, backpacks or beddings and much more. Everything is made from beautiful materials (100% French washed linen) , highest quality and the colour range just makes me swoon. Decorative elements, textile accessories and bed linen, with a rather classic style, will obviously please all happy parents.

Each piece is unique and make them perfect gifts. Packaged in a beautiful gift box that can be kept to store little things and that will become a box to remember. A box of little treasures.
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Colourful kids room ideas

kids room
Good Morning!

Now if you are looking around for some fabulous kids room ideas then this is the perfect spot for you here today. You will see. And I have to admit that this place does make me a little bit jealous. (and I am not a jealous person in general…at all)

This apartment is situated in the Boulogne-Billancourt district of Paris, close to Jean Jaures Metro station. So we do have Paris, one of my favourite cities and we do have this beautiful space of an apartment.

Designed by GCG Architects. And there is so much to love here…

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Bandy Button

Bandy Button
It is very cold outside but I really do not mind because the sun is shining too. Perfect winter weather in my books. But since we are at the end of February already I really like to think about Spring and warmer weather too.

That is why I want to introduce you to Bandy Button today. A French brand created in 2016 by Jessica Ben- Ami.

And when I look at the collections and images all I can see is happiness, smiles and bright, sunny days.

A cutting edge style that is high in colours and always super comfortable for the kids to wear. Jessica is a mum of two little girls and Bandy Button was inspired by the word “belly button” which symbolises the link between mother and child.
Addicted to kids fashion since April and Joey were born, Jessica started by creating hand made pieces of clothing for her children and her friends’ kids but soon she was overwhelmed.

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Just a very quick post this Friday. But a stunning one where the pictures do all the talking anyway!

This is the Autumn/Winter collection from Mummymoon called “GOLDEN AGE”.
Filled up with deep colors and secret textures, wrapped up in design that conquers everyone’s heart.

There are so many excellent pictures that I could hardly decide on which to show you (or not).

Please enjoy:


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Noni Bee

Noni Bee
Sunny California is saying Hello today with these responsibly made, comfortable, and original clothing for girls ages 3 months to 7 years. Noni Bee are long-lasting, natural, sustainable clothes with personality.

Produced entirely in California, from the knitting of their custom super soft organic cotton fabrics to the last stitch. The result is unique clothing in wearable styles that parents can feel great about buying for their kids.

Peri is an artist, turned midwife, turned mom, turned Noni Bee founder.

‘When my first daughter was born, I wanted her to have original, comfortable clothing that had personality while not being too girly or fussy. I was frustrated by the available options, so I learned to sew and made most of her clothing myself. I quickly discovered that one of my favorite things to do was make original fabrics with linoleum block prints, and sew them into classic styles.’

Today the printing and sewing is done by professionals these days, but all drawings and lino cut designs are custom printed on organic fabrics in California and all garments are sewn in North Carolina by a worker owned sewing cooperative.

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