We had the pleasure of talking to Elise Heslop, creator and director of Plyroom who has managed to create a business that aligns with her desire for a slower, simple life. Plyroom is focused on providing timeless design, sustainable materials and socially responsible practises at the core of everything they do.
Designed by Beth from The Navy Edit, this bedroom belongs to a lucky little boy named Ben. The brief was to create a warm and playful environment where Ben can learn, play and read. Inspired by a sense of adventure and playfulness this design ticks all the boxes.
Sharing a bedroom can be a novelty for some but a necessity for many families! Whilst there are challenges to overcome when accommodating different needs in a shared bedroom for two little ones, this clever Mama has nailed it!
At Minty Magazine, we are such huge advocates of the minimalist style. We are all about clever functionality and innovatively designed products on the market in the kids décor industry. Designstuff is an amazing platform with so many beautifully designed products ranging from kids, home and living, tech to even pet products.
Today, we are diving deep to find out more about Designstuff and why it is such a widely loved Australian brand.
Good design is all about form and function. This week for our Minty #trending post I have sifted through the web to bring you my top 6 products that turn your average item into something functional and practical but that doesn’t compromise on style.
If you are someone who is (or who wants to be) super efficient and requires products with a dual purpose of both form and function then keep reading! Don’t forget you can join our Facebook group The Minty Forum where we discuss all things kids decor and design! Everyone is welcome and we would love for you to share your thoughts, ideas, room plans, questions or whatever you like!