On a Monday I write a post, that includes some of the things that we love at The Ana Mum Diary. I am trying to help get rid the Monday blues with beautiful things. I will virtual shop for your every need. Perhaps introducing you to something that you may have not seen or been to before. You are in good hands, so sit back and grab yourself a cuppa.
This week I wanted to look at some things I have seen for a childs bedroom. I am going to start with a local artist to me Helena Tyce, who I have mentioned before on my blog HERE.
She has some really lovely designs, I particularly love the tote bags, T-shirts and prints. Lots of the prints include familiar nursery rhymes, which I think would look just perfect in a childs bedroom or indeed nursery. Go look at the site, for some gorgeous design inspiration.
I love this design, an unframed print will cost you £22.50 and is A4 in size, so very easy to find a frame that matches the décor of the room.
She also makes her designs into tote bags (£8.50), great for encouraging them to tidy away toys. I love the idea, of having several in a row on a wall. Isn’t this one just gorgeous!
Next up is something I currently have a fascination for, its lights that are unusual and have another function. I am coveting just such a light on the Toyella website.
Lowres Elephant (£175)
This really is the ultimate children’s night-light – a large elephant to shine in your child’s bedroom through the night. Wouldn’t it look amazing!
Inspired by a low resolution image of an elephant, the Lowres Elephant was created in three dimensions to become a feature piece for contemporary homes. The moulded plastic elephant has a very tactile pixelated surface that makes it a truly stand-out unique design.
Like an elephant, it is tough and able to withstand the knocks of daily life. Unlike an elephant, it is very very light.
Its safe enough to use in a child’s bedroom and will take the weight of an adult, believe it or not! I can see lots of children would love to ride him. Once your child has grown up, I certainly would love him as an additional light source in my hall way, or living room. What do think?
Finally, also from the toyella site, are these Counting Animal Wall cards. (17.99) These would look gorgeous framed, or simply attached to a wall.
Each card includes a beautiful wildlife scene by Kevin Hawkes. They are 8 by 10 inches, and they have a lovely vintage feel to them, in pastel tones.
So what do you think, there are so many items out there for childrens bedrooms, I hope I have given you just a little design inspiration.
Have you seen any new and exciting products for a child bedroom recently?
Thank you for reading