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This week we've picked out two of our fave kids interior brands/shops with the most gorgeous homewares for little ones! Check them out below.

Left Image: Mado Right Image: Rumi & Fae

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Happy Bank Holiday... this week we've picked out one of our favourite kids brands!

We are loving Read All Pages fun and playful prints! Whether you're looking for muslins, mats or blankets (for adults and kids), they've got you covered - check them out below.

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This week we have been obsessing over homewares in the studio! 

We are loving the big and bold abstract prints in gorgeous pastel colour ways from LRNCE and De La Jardin, available across a wide range of products from ceramics to textiles - check out two of our favourite picks below.

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If you're looking for a good gift idea for a baby shower we may have found you the perfect brand! How gorgeous is Nobodinoz?

We love how organic and soft these products are, perfect for both mum and baby! Check them out!

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We totally love everything that Moglea do! The colour palettes, techniques and patterns are amazing. Just so much loveliness...we want it all! Be sure to check out their stories on Instagram too for a look at the designers creating all of these fun creations! 

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This week we're loving the Four Cheeky Monkeys blog, a great lifestyle and interiors blog filled with children's interior trends and ideas and awesome DIY's.

Ness is a teacher and combines her passion for play based learning and interiors beautifully, head on over to take a look around.

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Just how lovely is this interactive Cook in a Book series, illustrated by Lotta Nieminen. Follow the real recipes through a series of wheels, flaps, tabs and foils. Perfect for getting kids interested in cooking with beautiful illustrations and fun and bright colour combos. So, is it tacos, pizza or pancakes today?!

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Mum of six (Stella Ameinova) has created a contemporary children’s fashion brand using her keen eye for trend, colour and style. Gender equality is a hot topic right now and this diverse and active collection fits in with the modern times. Stella’s experience as a mother has helped her combine practicality and functionality but still fitting in high end style status.

New website coming soon so keep your eyes peeled!

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YES! We are huge fans of London based artist Rob Lowe AKA Supermundane. Known for his bold, hyper-colourful geometric artworks that play with line, type and composition, Supermundane produces exciting and eye-catching designs that have been used all over the world. From magazines to murals to shop fronts to rugs, he covers them all in his fun designs. Be sure to catch his latest installation in Exchange Square in Broadgate, London. 

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Nordic heritage brand ARKET offer a unique minimalist lifestyle collection and we especially love their latest childrenswear collab with French artist Amélie Fontaine. Celebrating nature and aesthetic expressions, bright and unusual illustrated birds take centre stage of this lovely range. 

Visit the world of Meri Meri and discover all of their gorgeous products. Starting off in greetings cards, they now cover products ranging from bakeware to toys to gifts in the most stylish colour palettes. We love everything! 

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 We have the pleasure of working in the same building as the awesome illustrator Dan Woodger who's work we love! 

His cartoon style is instantly recognisable and full of humour, it always puts a smile on our face! Brighten up your Monday and check out his Instagram!

 

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Over the weekend we took a trip to Brighton to visit BIF ( Brighton Illustration Fair )  It was a great chance to see the best of Brighton's local artists and designers. Fun workshops to get involved in and exciting prints and design goodies to spend the pocket money!

 

If you didn't get a chance to see any of the London Design Festival, then you need to get it in your diary for next year!
With events all over London there was so much to see. We headed down to the V&A, Villa Walala and Joy and Peace by Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan.

The Ceramics Galleries at the V&A were a highlight, with 'Metropolis' by Lubna Chowdhary who is the Ceramics Resident.

Villa Walala was great fun. As you may be able to tell on this blog we are big fans of Camille Walala and always love seeing her designs.

Joy and Peace is a bright and playful installation in 2 parts, it brings a splash of colour to the city.

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Kid + Kind always bring the playful quality to fashion. This fun, gender neutral brand uses lovely mark making techniques from stamped shapes to line drawings printed on 100% organic cotton. Their fresh colour combos mixed with their simple prints create unique items for kids who like to play!

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Camille Walala has collaborated with NOW Gallery for 2017 to create a super fun and interactive installation. A bright and colourful maze, covered in Walala's signature vibrant and bold graphic patterns and geometrics, it is sure to bring out the child in you! Clever uses of mirrors reflect the space back and create even more patterns for you to see. 
Be sure to look from above too, to see if you missed any sections!
WALALA X PLAY is open at NOW Gallery in Greenwich until 24th September 2017. 

What is there not to love about Susie Hammer's artwork? Susie's work is full of great colour combos, humour, texture and even more fun! We just love it! 

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One of the coolest kids brands in town has got to be The Animals Observatory. This effortlessly stylish brand is playful, timeless and is inspired by art, architecture and paintings from the 70s. Too cool!

‘Be a good animal, true to your instincts’. Laia Aguilar, Creative Director.

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Here at Lemon Ribbon we LOVE children's books and this week we're featuring the awesome Owl & Dog Playbooks. An independent book publishers, who create beautiful and playful books for children. 

All their books are interactive, with stories, riddles and facts. Some turn into fun masks, others create fish to play with and one makes a clumsy monster! Such awesome ideas, we can't wait to see what will come next.

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We love the changing store fronts of We Built This City, currently created by one of our favourites Supermudane.

A souvenir shop with a difference in the heart of London, on Carnaby Street. They are revolutionising London souvenirs and creating a platform for local creatives to reach a wider audience.

With so many awesome designers under one roof, get down there and check it out!
56B Carnaby Street, London, W1F 9QF

1.Lemon Ribbon    2.Alice Bowsher    3. Martina Paukova

Stella McCartney has taken a unique spin on her newest collection and we totally love it!

Using a vibrant primary colour trend and merging a mash up of modern music and jungle prints, this playful collection definitely stands out from the crowd.

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Whoa ... Don’t you just love these whimsical and quirky products by Scout Editions? Brother and Sister – Wai and Pui work together in creating arty products for gift and home.
Combining a modern and organic style we love their fresh approach to graphics! 

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This week we love children's clothing brand Tiny Cottons
Their AW collection is bold and simple but so fun. They are leading the way with quirky shape play and clever type with lots of humour thrown in for good measure.
We only wish they made them in our size too!

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We went along to The London Illustration Fair at the Barge House, Oxo Tower Wharf. As usual it was full of amazing illustrators and designers showcasing their talents.
One of our favourites was The Doodle Man, who was live drawing the walls of the building while we were there, with his playful and intricate graffiti style doodles. Kristjana S Williams also caught our eye with her beautifully layered illustrations.


Overall a really inspiring visit, make sure you go and check out their events next year!

1 Kristjana S Williams   2 The Doodle Man   3 Hero Of Switzerland   4 Ruby Taylor

How adorable are these miniature ceramics?
Individually hand crafted in Paris by designer of Dodo Toucan, Sara Theron.
 
Each collection is a small series of charming creatures and objects that would cheer up any space. Beautiful colours and full of character!Check out their Instagram for some more lovely products.

This week we can't get enough of Jean Julien's illustrations! You're bound to have seen his work out and about, he has worked with everyone from Eurostar to Uniqlo.
His illustrations are a humorous take on modern living, often looking at social media and the way we interact with each other.

Jean Jullien

Check out his book 'This is Not a Book' published by Phaidon and his collaboration with Les manufactures d'lnopia.

Don't forget to check out his instagram account too, for funny observations of the everyday.

This week we can't get enough of Camille Walala! If you've been out and about in London recently you can't have missed her colourful work gracing our streets!

We love the bold, bright colours and geometric play. No surface is safe from from the Walala magic touch!

1,3,4. Here There and Home   2.Lemon Ribbon

We love children's books! They are such a great source of inspiration and always full of beautiful illustrations from crazy talented illustrators. So this week we are featuring two of our favourites!

First off, we have 'City Atlas' illustrated by Martin Haake and written by Georgia Cherry.
This book is chock-a-block with amazing imagery ranging from pizza eating crocodiles to a skateboarding Henry VIII. Get lost in every city around the world just by turning the page.

 

And secondly 'Rapido' by Joelle Jolivet and Jean-Luc Fromental.This Interactive book takes you on a journey around the city with a delivery man and his van. We love the bold and graphic style throughout and you can even see what is going on behind closed doors, for all you nosey neighbours out there!

 

Back at the beginning of July we visited Playtime Paris, which is a great trade show full of amazing kids and baby brands. Here are a few of our favourites...

Bravelings started life as a tights company for boys and have since grown to cover girls and other accessories too. We particularly loved their new range of girls tights with quirky, playful designs.

Amsterdam-based Donsje (Dutch for "fluffy") had the most gorgeous collection of children's shoes and accessories. Our favourites were their little lion booties and matching purse. They also won the Milk magazine X Playtime award for shoes - great work guys!

And last but not least, our absolute favourites Hugo loves Tiki who are so on trend with their gorgeous fruit print. Bold and simple, their prints work for girls and boys of all ages.

This week we love Nor-Folk, a new and exciting lifestyle brand out of Norwich. Their minimalist kidswear designs are spot on for the upcoming AW trend.

The simplicity of their graphics work alongside the new rise in gender neutral apparel.

 

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