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.
Ubabub is a standout when it comes to modern nursery furniture. With a progressive design aesthetic, their pieces are distinctive and will stand the test of time.
With a background in fashion, Celeste Kinkead-Weekes had a dream to create her own sustainable swimwear brand for children. Little Ray reflects the same value that she puts on family, connection, quality and sustainability.
As our gift to you, we are delighted to share with you a thoughtful list of 10 sustainable tips in the lead up to the holiday season. Our wonderful friend Petria from Coco Rose Interiors has curated over 65 Eco-friendly businesses in a one stop solution for reducing your impact this Silly Season.
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.
Jake Diaz is the brains behind this brand, handcrafting sustainable toys made in Australia. Designed for creative playtime that stimulates imagination and encourages learning.
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.
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.
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.
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It’s been a year in the making and now we are so excited to launch Minty Magazine Issue 12! Our annual print edition with a fresh new look. Full of practical advice on creating sustainable and creative spaces for your children. Brand new room reveals, and our top 50 favourite brands that are making a difference…