We stock a number of brands, ranging from individual designers to international design companies. All of our brands produce gorgeous, well designed, high quality children's products which look fabulous, colourful and fun.

Eggnogg

Award winning Eggnogg Ltd designs and manufactures quirky colour-in products for children. 

Products range from best selling paper Colour-in Tablecloths to Colour in Textile Pencil Cases and Placemats.

Its colour-in products are now multi-award winners and have been featured on Woman’s Hour and ITV. They have also been mentioned in many editorial features, such as the Guardian’s top 10 children’s Easter gifts and The Independent’s top 20 DIY christmas decorations.

They are based in Bristol, UK.

Lulu & Nat

Beautiful hand block printed bedding, cushions and bunting, made from 100% Cotton. It is all hand block printed in India and some items are hand quilted, which makes every piece unique. The products are made to last and will bring a colourful contemporary feel to any room.

The designs are modern, vibrant & playful, and celebrate the creative power of children. 

Lulu Watts is a children's fashion designer based in London and has developed key collections for Liberty, The Little White Company & Aquascutum.

Studio Roof

Netherlands based Studio Roof creates imaginative objects for every room in the house, with a nomadic touch that inspires modern families. Aesthetics and sustainability are always key in the designs. Studio ROOF consists of four collections: Living - Totem - Play! - Stationery

Studio ROOF was established as Kidsonroof in 2005 by Romy Boesveldt (NL 68) and Ilya Yashkin (RUS 67). As kids grow up, the need to create and play does not stop. Kidsonroof founders Ilya and Romy did not only see their own kids literally grow up, but having found that a lot of their products are appreciated just as much by grown-ups as by kids, they decided to launch Studio ROOF as a brand with imaginative products for all ages. 

Jane Foster

Jane has a studio in Devon where she runs their business Jane Foster Designs. It's here that she designs, screen prints and sews.

All the toys are made in Devon.

Jane has been screen printing for many years now and is strongly influenced by Scandinavian design. She particularly likes design from the 50's and 60's and has a large collection of fabrics and ceramics from these periods. She loves early Marimekko fabric designs and the work by Lucienne Day. She also loves the artwork by Dick Bruna and Alain Gree.

Bold, simply, happy designs, which appeal to children and adults alike are at the heart of her work.

Lisa Jones Studio

Lisa began designing and hand-printing her own range of cards with the help of her partner, Edward, in their London studio way back in 2000. Drawing on their backgrounds in art and fashion, they've since stocked the world's finest galleries, museums, boutiques and department stores with design-led goodies. 

These days they illustrate and adorn greetings and homewares from an old post mill on the edge of The South Downs. The pair are equally enthusiastic over commissioned projects, with clients including The V&A Museum (work pictured); Melt Chocolates; Habitat; Plan UK; Hodder & Stoughton and Graphis in Japan. 

Sebra

Danish based design company, focusing on functionality, gorgeous designs and beautiful colours. They combine traditional handicraft techniques such as knitting and crochet with bold, modern design.

Sebra was founded in 2004 and has now grown into an international design company with a range of furniture, interiors, bedding, textiles and much more

Cable and Cotton

Cable and Cotton are a Brighton based company. They produce hand made string lights and lampshades which are hand-made with care by skilled craftswomen in Thailand, and in buying their decorative lights you are helping to support an entire community of women in a remote southern region of the country. The company believes in the transformative power of colour, but even more than that, they believe in fair pay for a day’s work. They take pride in their working conditions, where their “office” is in the fresh, open air. Set up with the help of the Thai government’s project OTOP, and designed to support small sustainable business projects in rural Thailand, Cable & Cotton guarantees year-round income for their workers.

Each and every lamp is hand-made. So with Cable and Cotton decorative lighting, your home gets a shot of beautiful colour, and you get the feel-good factor of knowing you’ve supported the livelihood of true craftswomen. It’s a win-win for everyone.

Bibu

Bibu are a Barcelona based design company, producing amazing, colourful designs for cushions, bags, bunting and cards.

"We design and manufacture interior products, patterns, textiles, toys, paper goods, wall art, and much more to come…
Our design signature is the combination of bold colours, simple graphics with happy geometric interactions for our surface designs, suitable for children and adults alike."

Rifle Paper Co

Stationery and gift brand based in Florida, USA. All the paper products are printed in the USA and assembled by hand in their studio. They use FSC certified paper stocks with recycled content, environmentally responsible printers and select high quality materials to ensure the products are beautiful and well made.

Littlephant

Littlephant is a Swedish brand created by designer and illustrator Camilla Lundsten. They offer clever, fun, inspiring products for you, your kids, your home. Quirky, colourful and playful products to make you smile.

Clockwork Soldier

Clockwork Soldier produce products which celebrate traditional play methods. Their products will often have an educational theme but the main priority is that they are fun. With this as their guiding principle, and after a great deal of hard work, Clockwork Soldier was born in 2011 and is based in the UK.

Clockwork Soldier’s core values are based on wholesome family values with a “make and do” ethos that are reminiscent of simpler times.  

Alice Melvin

Alice produces beautiful cards, posters and illustrations with a distinctive style. Her background is in screenprinting and while much of her work is now developed digitally, this process still informs a lot of her projects. She also loves making and creating things — the cut-out-and-make series being one of her favourite projects to work on. Alice is based in Edinburgh.

Londji

Londji is a Spanish design company producing 'original toys for kids from 3 to 103 years old'. They produce beautifully designed toys to stimulate imaginations and encourage traditional play. Their toys are honest, imaginative, creative and innovative with really lovely illustrations. The kind of toys you love to have in your home!

Francesca Iannaccone

Francesca specialises in art prints, cards and stationery which are lovingly produced in her London home studio. he studied Graphic Design & Illustration, had a spell in book cover design, and previously ran her own t'shirt company. Her style has naturally evolved into pattern design and she also licenses designs for print. The style is colourful and bold and the detail is broken down into shape, colour and pattern, producing fun, striking artworks for your walls.

block

Block was formed in 2000. They are a design company based in Cornwall producing contemporary, colourful home products. Colour is the essence of their brand and everything they do is driven by colour. Colour choices are considered, intriguing, trend driven and brave.

That Way

That Way is a new and lovely Polish design company who make a range of sturdy paper storage bags, clothing and accessories, with a unique style. The designer Aga Kucharska-Zajkowska is a graphic designer and illustrator who graduated from The Warsaw Faculty with a Fine Art degree and she has been designing for children for many years. Through her work she loves to express what she sees in “that way”. We love their simple and stylish designs.

Becky Baur

After having designed freelance for many clients, established textile designer Becky Baur started her own business in 2011, designing cushions, cards, notebooks and ceramics. Her range now also includes prints and bags. Becky's work is stocked in shops and galleries worldwide. Her recognisable hand drawn designs cover her products which are made in England using quality materials and craftsmanship.

OYOY

OYOY is a Danish design company creating quality interiors products with focus on design, function, colours and exquisite materials. They are inspired by the classic Scandinavian designs adding undertones of simplicity and with a twist of Japanese design.

The owner and designer of OYOY is Lotte Fynboe whom has been educated from the Danish design school Teko in Herning specializing in interior and furniture design. 

The OYOY Company was founded by Lotte in January 2012.

Shapes, graphics, colours and clean materials inspire Lotte and her motto is “Less is More”. A lot of the products are redesigns of her Childhood memories.

A2

"WE DESIGN STUFF"

A2 is a UK based design business run by two sisters Alison and Anna Hancock. Alison is a graphic designer and Anna is an illustrator. Together they produce fabulous cards and personalised letter posters with a striking modern design.  We look forward to seeing more from this design duo.

seedling

Founded in New Zealand in 2007, Seedling began with an initial launch of activity kits that sparked hours of imaginative play. The whimsical, nostalgic Pocket Money collection followed in 2012 and took the international toy world by storm, establishing Seedling as the go-to brand for stylish, quality children’s products.

“At Seedling, we believe in the limitless potential of children’s imaginations. Our company
was born from a desire to create products that help families imagine, create and play together.”

Les jouets libres

Les Jouets Libres is a French toy company producing gorgeous, well designed, eco friendly and responsible toys. They pay much attention to the graphic design of the games and try to add a touch of humor and originality. They promote the idea of being free with open-ended toys.

The wooden pieces come from the Jura forests in eastern France (Moirans).

The company has a "zero waste" goal! There is no unnecessary packaging: the instructions are directly printed on the box, the pouches of GOTS certified organic cotton (India) replace disposable plastic bags. They select all of their manufacturing partners in a limited geographical area to reduce the carbon footprint. Because your children's safety is a priority, they have carefully selected and tested the materials according to high quality standards: Reach, EN71.1/2/3. Wood and paper are from sustainably managed French forests, they use Imprim'Vert or OekoTex inks and GOTS cotton.