From stylish printed blinds to a lovely Australiana themed nursery range and a preponderance of sloths, the latest children’s interior buys are so much fun!
Sack Me Australiana range: There’s something retro and nostalgic about this nursery range and it definitely recalls May Gibbs for me. Emblazoned with hand illustrated native flora and fauna, the gender neutral collection is comprised of cot and bassinet fitted sheets, security blankets, playmates and swaddles. Any piece would make a fabulous gift to send overseas. From $29.95.
Cam Cam Copenhagen Harlequin wardrobe: A new addition to the stylish Danish brand’s popular Harlequin range, the timeless design has four drawers, four shelves and hanging space too. Built to last, this is perfect for a child in need of stylish storage. $1912.68.
Luxaflex kids print collection: Custom made to order, the latest Luxaflex roller blind range includes vibrant animal block prints and striking motifs in a variety of colourways, available in blockout and translucent opacities. The new prints (‘Jungle’, ‘Zebra’, ‘Elephant’ and ‘Hedgehog’) are perfect for the nursery, bedroom or playroom.
“An eye catching pattern such as these can let your blind act as a modern variation of the ‘feature wall’ in a room. This is particularly appealing in children’s rooms where their tastes may change quite rapidly as they grow, as well as rental properties where there may be limitations on the redecorating you can do,” says Luxaflex national marketing manager Jenny Brown.
The sloth trend: We first reported on the sloth trend at the end of last year and suddenly the slow-paced mammal is proving rather ubiquitous. From framed prints to soft toys and printed bed linen, the sloth is really enjoying its fifteen minutes. Who would have thought?
West Elm & Pottery Barn Kids nursery collaboration | Good looking children’s play kitchens
Please please please can you do an article on teenage boys bedroom products and bedding!!
I’m finding it very difficult to do a bedroom makeover for my tween son. Most bedding is very “baby” like the sloth one featured.