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Our latest print magazine Issue 12 is all about fostering learning through play. A brand that really aligns with the core value Minty Magazine holds is Little Big Learning. Their products are developed around simple, open ended play items that allow children to actively use their imagination.
Today we chat to Stephanie and Lauren, owners of Little Big Learning about all things business, sustainability and their upcoming plans for the future.
Do you need some inspiration for your kid’s rooms? Well… You are in luck! Keep reading for Minty Magazine’s top 10 wall art picks that aren’t just prints.
Today we chat to sisters Naomi and Tenille who are both owners of the stylish kids decor store, Poppy’s Little Treasures.
Noami is the behind the scenes girl who does everything from website design to marketing and ordering. Tenille is the face of the bricks and mortar Poppy’s Little Treasures store in Penrith which she manages. There is nothing we love more at Minty than seeing strong, amazing mumma’s turn their hard work and passion into a business.
Minty Magazine is proud to support small businesses like Pip + Lenny who possess a passion for sustainable fashion. Today, we had the opportunity to chat to Bec and Justine who are the co-owners of the uber stylish and ethical brand.
Their attention to detail and quality in all of their products is astounding. We promise you will absolutely love their beautiful and minimal designs!
At Minty Magazine we pride ourselves on working with interior designers who design ethical spaces for babies and children. We support local Australian brands who have sustainability and ethics at the forefront of their values.
This weeks #trending post is dedicated to all things we love that are sustainable!
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Are you looking for a way to make Christmas shopping easier? Well… Look no further than Mini Nation. They are the one stop shop solution for everything you need for the little loved ones in your life. With beautifully curated gift recommendations on their website for babies, kids, mamas and teachers you are sure to find what you are looking for!
Today, we chat to biz mum Jodie West. Jodie is the owner of Mini Nation and is the all-rounder managing all aspects of the business whilst being a mum of 2 under 4.
Belle & Co. Living are the stylish storage cases that no doubt you have seen all over your Instagram feed! The European inspired vintage cases are the perfect storage solution without compromising on style.
Since 2016 when Belle & Co. Living was born, the brand has expanded their product range to include rope baskets, rugs, blankets and wall decor.
We chatted to Courtney Bell, founder of Belle & Co. Living to learn more about the ins and outs of her business, social media, organisation, product design processes and more!
Dutch Warehouse is a children’s home and decor store created and run by Dutch mum of three boys, Annemarie. Dutch Warehouse is all about ethically made unique homewares that are just simply stylish!
We chat about all things business, organisation, trends and we give you our top 3 product picks!
United Interiors is a marketplace for beautiful art. They curate stunning collections and work with leading interior designers and artists around Australia. Their goal is to provide the public with the perfect artwork for every space.
Today we dive into questions about business, social media, finding inspiration and collaboration partnerships with United Interiors.
We love that United Interiors also supports designers, artists and other small businesses in Australia with their events, workshops and other partnerships. Keep reading to find out more about what they do as a business!
Refresh your space with a calm and earthy feel by adding some of these beautiful products into your room. We are loving all things jute, rattan and of course tropicana/botanical patterned right now!
Keep reading for the details on where to get your hands on these earthy products!
After years of assisting small to large businesses with strategy, accounting and tax matters, Russell and Amelia had a light-bulb moment and realised they had the energy, passion, knowledge and experience required to run their own show. They affirm the main motivation behind their decision was their dream “of being able to spend more time with our young children.