home: made [ DIY mobile ]
This super cute mobile will be a great addition to any babies bedroom. The bold monochrome colours will engage the baby, and it looks so stylish too.
With an embroidery hoop, some wooden discs, paint and thread you can create this lovely piece in a few hours.
Head to earnesthomeco.com for the full tutorial.
home: featured [ Wonder and Rah ]
Another beautiful home grown brand with great design and ethos. Wonder & Rah have a range of beautifully designed and illustrated prints suitable for both children and adults.
Wonder & Rah is a new and exciting creative brand specialising in fun and contemporary prints with a focus on abstract design. Each piece is personally created by Natalie Cardew, a mum of two from London who is passionate about using modern art to create vibrant, stimulating home environments for kids.
Established in 2016, the Wonder & Rah range includes a variety of prints that appeal to all ages, making them perfect for children’s nurseries, bedrooms and playrooms, as well as more adult and family environments.
home: nice price [ triangle shelf ]
Loving a great price piece of homeware and this triangle shelf fits the bill.
It’s amazing how a little hunting on eBay can find some absolute gems – well priced and versatile small furniture items for the home.
Available in a variety of colours and in sizes.
Priced from £11.99
home: favourite thing [ children’s bed ]
Modern, Scandinavian-style, fun, tree house bed frame; but at a far more affordable price.
If you’re looking to make a cool statement bedroom for a child these are great. Customise with curtains, leaves, flowers, fairy lights or keep minimal and simple and bare.
Head to CrazyBedPrices.com for the full range from £149.99
home: favourite thing [ storage basket ]
Just when you think you’ve got all the baskets you need we find these handy hangable large hemp ‘Mira’ storage baskets from The Little House Shop.
Perfect for all over the home; toiletries in the bathroom, magazines in the lounge, laundry in the hallway or even toys in the nursery.
home: featured [ Styled By Naomi ]
Not just for the kids room, Styled By Naomi’s beautiful range of handmade wooden decor can be the perfect addition to any room. These adorable hand painted pieces range from cute pears to beaded garlands and fun other wooden shaped creations, as well as delicate dream catchers.
Perfect for gifts and very well priced considering they’re beautifully, individually created pieces.
SBN was founded by Naomi who designs and styles products by hand from scratch. As far as possible the resources are made and sourced in the UK only. We believe in sourcing responsibly and being sustainable.
home: found this [ dolls house ]
There are some things that shouldn’t be just for the kids (or maybe not for kids at all). For modernist, midcentury and minimalist fans, Ferm Living have reached new levels of amazing design with this incredible dolls house.
Ensure the nursery is as stylish as the rest of your home or use as an accessory in another room and display a few well chosen pieces in its rooms (like shelves).
This dolls house is beautifully crafted from plywood with clean simple lines and if it were a few times bigger we’d all want to move in.
Available from Ferm Living and stores across the UK including favourite modern children’s boutique Cissywears for around £165. A beautiful investment and piece to hand down the generations.
home: nice price [ armchair ]
Looking for a update for the lounge? A spare corner needing a little something? A nursery needing a comfy chair?
Without breaking the bank, Very have this Danish inspired, midcentury-style Isla Armchair with its curved silhouette, textured midcentury fabric and gently splayed out legs. Perfectly designed and comfortable.
At £199 it’s an affordable stylish addition to the home.
Also available in pink or teal.
home: made [ cloud light ]
How about your very own cloud lighting up a room? Perfect for a kids room but cool enough to look grown-up in any room.
There are countless tutorials about DIY cloud light making, so we’ve rounded up a few.
Essentially, for a basic DIY cloud light you will need :
• a standard paper light shade, available on the high street and online from various stores including Homebase, IKEA, B&Q and Wilkos. The cloud light can then be hung from an existing ceiling light pendant
• cotton wool balls (and lots of them)
• a glue gun or PVA
Extras can include fairy lights to create a drizzle of ‘light’ rain from the cloud-looking shade, and you could also buy multiple shades in various sizes to create a bigger impact with a few clouds.
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