It’s now widely accepted that sustainability should be an important consideration in all aspects of our lives. But what does sustainability actually mean and how does it relate to children’s spaces and design? This starter guide will help you to make more educated choices about the products you bring into your home.
Christine Rose is a mother of two and the stylist that created this calming and restful space for her daughter Miller. With a calming palette of fresh white and neutral tones, the room oozes effortless style.
Last week we asked our followers on Instagram to share the themes that they want to see more of. Boho was absolute, without a doubt, the top request! So, in keeping with the Boho trend you are all loving, we thought, what better way to thank our followers then with a giveaway! I mean… who doesn’t…
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.
Calling all parents or parents-to-be! Riff Raff & Co sleep toys are everything you need and want in a comforter. The modern and minimal designs will keep you on trend plus these stunning blankies are the secret to success in trying to get your bub to sleep.
This clever sound box style comforter is designed to creating a calming atmosphere for your child as well as create a necessary positive sleep association. Today we chat to Emma Kruger, Founder and Chief of Sleepy Ops to find out more!
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 rounds up our top 5 pastel dreamy rooms that are guaranteed to soothe the soul!
Blue Flamingo Living was created by Narissa Corrigan as a way to tell stories and educate her children in a creative way. The stunning and intricate bedding and pyjama designs are representations of your favourite childhood fairy tales like Little Red Riding Hood and adventurous, imaginative play like pretending to live in space with aliens!
Narissa chats with Minty about everything from conceptualising her vision, design process and materials to Trade Shows.
We are so excited to bring this weeks Behind the Brand blog post to our Minty readers today. Peter Jansson has just been announced as the new head designer for Anarkid!
Anarkid is the epitome of ‘cool’ in the kidswear industry. If you’re looking for some rad threads then they are an absolute MUST to check out!
Peter Jansson was educated at Central Saint Martins in London, Peter is best known for his Cheap Monday and Weekday designs which achieved international recognition for over a decade. Peter has joined the Sydney-based team with enthusiasm towards steering Anarkid in a new direction towards the brand values of acceptance, confidence, creativity, transparency and rebellion.
I think all our readers know by now that sustainable, ethical and eco-friendly products are so on trend right now. Minty Magazine cannot stop raving about how important this issue is to us. Another brand on the mission to share products that are non-toxic and eco-friendly is Play to Learn.
Minty Magazine chat to Lisa Clements-Galati who is the owner of Play to Learn. She founded the business 12 years ago with a vision to create quality products to promote play and learning within children in a natural environment. Today, her dream has been realised. Play to Learn now stock a variety of beautiful brands and products in their online store.
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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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!