Bugaboo Buffalo x Little Gatherer

We were absolutely delighted when earlier this month the lovely folk at Bugaboo approached us to become part of The Discovery Diaries, a chance to road-test the brand new Bugaboo Buffalo. As Bugaboo devotees ourselves (both kids have been ferried around in Bugaboo Cameleons) we had no hesitation getting involved and putting this latest model to the test in New Zealand’s varied terrain...

The Bugaboo Buffalo is a truly innovative new stroller, it's robust design built to tackle any environment. Both versatile and easy to navigate, it even features a new once piece fold so you can leave the seat attached when stowing it in the car.

Over the next eight weeks we will be sharing our adventures with you via social media and the website, showcasing the Bugaboo Buffalo's design and attributes through some beautiful adventure photo shoots and style spreads, the first of which will be shared later this week in Garden Week theme.

The best news is, at the end of the eight weeks one lucky cricket will win a brand new Bugaboo Buffalo of their colour choice shipped anywhere within NZ or Australia (competition is limited to Australia and New Zealand sorry). Hot diggity! It’s truly an amazing pram, more like an SUV stroller actually, and we can’t wait to give it away to one of our lucky readers. So please keep your eyes peeled for more details on how to enter coming your way soon.

24 Oct 2013
pram
bugaboo

Marvelous Moustaches

The Mr Moustache baby-mobile will have your little one drifting off into a magical dreamland of marvelous moustaches in no time. All the best whiskers will be there for them to meet…Tom Selleck, Fu Man Chu, Charlie Chaplin, maybe even Mr Albert Einstein! Find out more about these delightful mobiles here.

19 Oct 2013
moustaches
homewares
mobile

Hatschi Hangers

We adore these moustache inspired Hatschi wall hangers by Jaell & Tofta. They keep the mess off your child's floor and look good while doing it...

Jaell & Tofta is the brainchild of Sina Gwosdzik & Jakob Dannenfeldt, a pair of passionate product designers who are also the parents of two boys in Berlin, Germany.

Specialising in creating interior spaces and furnishings that are ecologically worthwhile, the couple were inspired by their mini-folk to create their unique range of children's furniture and products.

Their products are manufactured in germany and are created using only ecological and carefully selected materials.

19 Oct 2013
homewares
moustaches

Dreaming of Trees

1. Poster from Mini Empire. 2. Moose head coat hanger from Purnorsk. 3. Black felt bear by Needle & Felt. 4. Felt barn owl also by Needle & Felt. 5. Tree printed baby blanket from Fine Little Day. 6. Doe lamp by Egmont. 7. Yellow tree printed pillow case by Fine Little Day. 8. Log as part of a set from Polar Bear Creations. 9. Raccoon pillow from Urban Outfitters. 10. Deer rattle by Sebra. 11. Stem tree coat stand from Design By Them. 12. Black cow hide from Ikea. 13. Sparrow cot in birch from Oeuf.

12 Oct 2013
homewares
wilderness

Mr Moose

We absolutely love this Moose coat rack from Norwegian home wares store Purnorsk. Made with oak, walnut and a lot of personality, he is really easy to put together but still strong enough to hold a heavy winter coat.

10 Oct 2013
homewares
wilderness

Spell yourself to sleep

1. ABC print by Snug. 2. Rattle from H&M. 3. Recycled felt pillow from Alexandra Ferguson. 4. Ha Ha cushion cover from Pretty Little Things. 5. Giant DIY letters by Oh Happy Day. 6. Shanty Lamp by Paul Loebach. 7. Overalls chair by Sand Furniture. 8. DIY alphabet pom poms by Mr Printables. 9. Stripe quilted blanket from Fawn & Forest. 10. Ampersand bag from Alphabet Bags. 11. Kids Classics from Design Letters & Friends. 12. XYZ Blocks by Fred. 13. Wire basket in Mint from Fawn & Forest. 14. Caravan cot in raw by Kalon.

11 Sep 2013
homewares
alphabet

To Tame a Lion

1. Junior lion bank from Jonathan Adler. 2. Paper Pouf Pom Pom Chandelier from Parcel. 3. Circus print by Twiggs Designs. 4. Lion face print by Ingela P. Arrhenius. 5. Embroidered balls from Serendipity. 6. Distressed Carnival lettering from Edies Lab. 7. Caravan dresser in black from Kalon. 8. Auggie solid sheet in Fern from Fawn & Forest. 9. Auggie striped sheet in Fern also from Fawn & Forest. 10. Orange cushion from Heals. 11. Yellow ruched throw pillow from The Land Of Nod. 12. Crocheted Lion Rug from Jonathan Adler. 13. Orange zig zag rug also from The Land Of Nod. 14. Jenny Lind 3-in-1 Convertible Crib from DaVinci.

08 Sep 2013
homewares
circus

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