Friday, June 26, 2009

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Tidy your room!





Inspiring images of kid's bedrooms from the Houzz blog (a wonderful smorgasbord of decorating ideas).

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Blue and green should never be seen?







If these photos are anything to go by, I disagree! I love the shades of petrol blue, turquoise and emerald green in this children's fashion spread, beautifully photographed by Beatrice Heydiri.

Monday, June 22, 2009

Jungle parrots




I love these painterly green plates and trays designed by Vera Neumann in the 1960's and freshly re-released into the wild by Anthropologie

Flying Start Magazine

Here are a couple of Hiccups designs (now available in the UK) recently featured in the online parenting magazine Flying Start.

Hiccups Safari bed linen (p)

Hiccups Russian Dolls bed linen (e)
Visit the Flying Start online magazine here!

Friday, June 19, 2009

Hand-printed greetings





They're creepy and they're kooky..... but these are the friendliest critters I have ever seen. These gorgeous cards are hand-printed by UK designer Lisa Jones, and are available in Australia from the Lark website. I love that caterpillar!

Thinking pink

A few sprinkles of pink and a touch of vintage from the pages of Country Living magazine.





Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Cosmic Capers


And as seen on HomeMADE - here is another image of Cosmic Capers - lots of fun for future astronauts!

On the tele last night...


The Channel 9 home make-over programme HomeMADE featured the Hiccups bedlinen design 'Cosmic Capers' in a little boy's space themed room.

Happy campers








Ahh, the great outdoors! This happy collection of summery images from Junior Magazine features some great vintage inspired kid's clothing. Photographed by David Handley.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Counting in the garden




Counting in the Garden is a lovely picture book for young readers by US textile designer Kim Parker (creator of those beautiful floral rug designs for The Rug Company which I would love to own...... one day.) Lush watercolour paintings of flowers in a vibrant palette hide a collection of animals and insects - a colourful way to learn to count to ten!