Author: Petit & Small

Going Spring Shopping!

Post by Maria Rose from Cozykidz   We are way in to what appears to be a VERY cold and wet spring and the usual seasonal renewal of my kids’ wardrobe has been mostly long wear. Even though I am itching to get myself and my kids into some lighter gear, there really has been so many cool styles out this spring, and so I thought I might as well share some of looks I have stumbled upon while shopping. Some of the collections that I have been loving especially this year are from brands like tinycottons, Nadadelazos (so...

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Discovering Rafa-Kids, an interview with Agata Seredyn

Here at Petit & Small, we follow Rafa-kids since we discovered its F bunk bed some years ago. Rafa-kids creates modern, high-quality furniture for children (that parents will want for themselves). We like its clean style, its functional yet playful furniture, good designs with kids in mind. If you love its beds and dream with its K desk, you don’t miss the new pieces: four stylish and functional shelves. We’ve always wanted to know more about this company, which has grown in a solid way while maintaining its essence and style. We hope you enjoy this interview as much as we did. How...

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Spring Greens!

Post by Nicky King from Bobby Rabbit Image credit: Pour Mes Jolis Momes If ever there were a colour to make us feel like spring, green would be it! From fresh mint to bright lime; rich emerald to deep forest, green comes in so many shades and tones with almost everything, not to mention being perfectly unisex for boys and girls alike. First let’s talk about mint. Although it is generally regarded as a pastel, mint green can add a pop of colour to the most multi-coloured of spaces! The room above was designed and styled by Hélène, editor...

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Children’s Design Classics: Mini Midcentury Furniture

Post by Deonne Rowland from Odd sock, Odd Shoe As an interior designer focused exclusively on children’s interiors, one of the ways I try to add charm to rooms is to mix old with new and to introduce design classics into modern schemes wherever possible. Children’s midcentury furniture works especially well, with its thoughtful design and playful shapes, and is a perfect place to start when considering bringing classics into your scheme. Many of the iconic midcentury furniture designers from the 1940s-60s created products for children – whether as standalone items for their own or friends’ children or as...

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Discovering ‘The Socialite Family’, an Interview with Constance Gennari

The Socialite Family (TSF) is the result of Constance Gennari’s love for design, beauty and family life. She tries to find the most amazing spaces all over the world in order to show those fantastic atmospheres where different families inspire us to get our dream home. Curiosity plays an important role here, she always wants to know more, to show everything, to build wonderful images created by her own point of view. Do you want to know more about this talented woman and her plans? Don’t miss this amazing interview! Constance, you have previously worked as a fashion journalist and...

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Bunnies and Bobtails

Post by Nicky King from Bobby Rabbit Image credit: Myla and Oscar Bunny Rabbits: Cute, playful — and one of our favourite themes for nurseries this spring time! As well as being totally adorable, bunnies will sweeten up the simplest of spaces. Keep the backdrop neutral (think classic white, soft grey or pretty pastels), and add a bunny or two to set off the theme and add a splash of cuteness to your little one’s room. The image above shows how clean white can look oh-so-sweet (and grey walls make a beautiful contrast, too). The decorative felt rabbit garland...

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Discovering ‘Smallable’, an Interview with Cécile Roederer

Who doesn’t know Smallable? This online concept store facilitates the lives of parents while offering the best brands of fashion, furniture, toys, and decorations all in one place. Their selection is impressively wide and chic, with the best of over 450 brands from all around the world. Launched in 2008, Smallable started first as online kids’ department store for 0-16 years old, then for the whole family, and now has opened it’s first real concept store in Paris. We have talked to Smallable CEO Cécile Roederer about her entrepreneurial adventure, selection of brands and products, trends and more. Enjoy! We...

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Neon Pop in Kids Rooms

Post by Nicky King from Bobby Rabbit Image credit: Bobby Rabbit Introducing the next big trend to hit kids’ interiors this Spring: Neon Pop! Whilst the magic of monochrome continues to thrive in children’s rooms across the globe, it was exciting and refreshing to see some bright splashes of colour on our recent trip to Paris… And by bright, we mean really really bright. From hot pink to vivid coral (with flashes of fluorescent yellow), neon has never been more at home than in a child’s room. But no need to wave goodbye to monochrome just yet, for neon...

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When Cushions Become Toys

Post by Nicky King from Bobby Rabbit Image credit: Mini Style I have always believed that children’s rooms can be stunning, stylish and most of all, LOTS of fun! Thanks to the thousands of beautiful and creative brands around the world today, it is easy to create a unique and individual space that will inspire your little one’s imagination and tell a story whilst blending tastefully with the rest of your home. And it’s all in the accessories you choose. Take cushions, for example. On the bed, in the play den or on the floor, wherever they are scattered...

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Warm Dreams with Lovely Blankets

Warm is a great experience for babies. This feeling of comfort and protection is really important, especially in their first months of life. Parents know this so they try to keep them warm and protected by covering them with the softest plaids or blankets. When children grow up continue blankets to be important to provide comfort on cold days. Nowadays, we can find lots of them. Different colours, designs, materials… Changing the bedding or adding a blanket is an easy way to refresh the kids’ bedrooms or babies’ nurseries. Furthermore, it’s a multi-use piece! We have selected some of the most beautiful...

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Discovering Mer Mag, an Interview with Merrilee Liddiard

We’ve been huge fans of Mer Mag crafts and illustrations for a long time. Her work is always so inspiring! Her craft projects are colorful, creative and easy-to-make. You always find the most playful DIY for kids at her blog and the best printables at her Etsy shop. We reached out to Merrilee to talk about her crafts, book, and new projects. Enjoy! How long have you been crafting? I’ve been crafting and drawing since I was a kid. I went to school for illustration and worked as an illustrator in NYC for years. Then when I had my first...

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Hipster Halloween Party for Kids

A unique take on fright night from blogger, Hipster Mum Who says Halloween has to be dark and scary? In Sydney this month flowers are blooming, temperatures are rising,and there’s the sweet scent of summer in the air —so as a photographer, blogger and mum of two I was inspired to set up and snap an All Hallow’s Eve shoot that reflected our seasons. In terms of props, that meant swapping the pumpkin for a pineapple and loading the treat table with a few healthy snacks (homemade popcorn) along with the lollies. When it came to the kids clothes...

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