By tag: Colour

Homeware Spreads & Little Baby

A Room of Colours

1. Orange pendant light from Muuto. 2. Display box from Ferm Living. 3. Coloured cubebots from Serendipity. 4. Apple cushion from Bla Bla. 5. Triangle bassinet blanket from Uimi. 6. Dish set by Ekobo. 7. Cloud blanket from Donna Wilson. 8. 'Oh Happy Day' print from Paper Plane Store. 9. Dumbo mug from Seredipity. 10. Wooden rattle from Keepsake Toys. 11. 'Ay Snoop' from Luck Boy Sunday. 12. Polly doll from Lucky Boy Sunday. 13. Wooden blocks from Dora. 14. Kili cot from Sebra. 15. Laundry basket from African Baskets. 16. Grey pouf from Wayfair. 17. Felt ball from Serendipity. 18. Diamond rug from Urban Outfitters. 19. Chair from Sand For Kids.

28 Jun 2014 homewarescolour [comment_count]
Products we love

Too Cool Stool

Take a load off my friend and pull up one of these gorgeous Alice Stools from French Children’s Interior brand Rose in April. We love the simple design and beautiful pastel colour way, especially on the legs, which look like they are wearing a cute trio of socks. Available for purchase here.

27 Jun 2014 colourhomewaresstoolschairs [comment_count]

Logical Colour

How many children’s books do you get to the end of and want to turn straight back to the beginning? It might be a nightly occurrence for your children, but what about you? Amsterdam based graphic designer Rop van Mierlo manages to achieve that child-like eagerness within big folk too with his colourful books...

26 Jun 2014 colourbooks [comment_count]

The Sweetest of Hues

Pantone is the authority on colour, and macaroons the queen of all sweets. So put them together and what a formidable power couple they make! Fresh raspberries and cream sandwiched together between a soft macaroon shell has to be one of the most delicious things on earth. This delicious recipe is from the clever folk at Sprinkle Bakes.

25 Jun 2014 recipecolourmacaroons [comment_count]

The Brighter the Better

A party without colour is like a circus without clowns. Don’t get us wrong, we live for sleek and minimalistic interiors and design most of the time, but when it comes to birthdays, a party without colour just isn’t a party worth throwing...

25 Jun 2014 colourparties [comment_count]

Rainbow Bark

The idea of a tree producing chocolate rainbow bark is almost too much for our imaginations (and tastebuds) to handle. If we had one in our garden, we’d spend all day climbing it, watering it and pruning it. But since our quest to find such a tree continues, we make do with next best thing – this amazing, super-simple and delicious Chocolate Bunny Bark recipe from Angie Dudley.

24 Jun 2014 colourrecipe [comment_count]