There’s nothing I love more than discovering new homeware retail brands for kids room styling projects, so you can only imagine my excitement at finding out about new retailer on the block, Pop & Punch who specialise in kids’ room décor and accessories with Wow Factor (with a BIG W by the way).
I’ve been following their Insta journey on the lead up to launch, and was super happy to see that they stock a wide range of thoroughly modern finishing touches to take little ones’ rooms from looking okay to awesome.
I’ve been having a good scout around their website (any excuse for online browsing!), and have picked out my Top Five Items for kids’ room styling. In all honesty, there’d have been a heck of a load more than five items, but a brief is a brief, right!?
Here’s my Edit of the Pop & Punch ‘Must Haves’ for this season:
1. The Arizona Teepee, by Nobodinoz.
There are two elements that should always be in balance when styling a little one’s room, and those are Looks and Functionality. For me, this monochrome teepee ticks both boxes with gusto. It’s not only oh so trendy, but it can also function as a super cool play space as well as somewhere to store oodles of toys.
From a visual perspective a tepee can really pull a room together and give a space focus and drama. Monochrome products are hugely versatile too – Stick with all over grey scale in their room to create a sophisticated feel, or add in punches of colour to mix up the vibe!
2. Small Crochet Basket, by Stitching me Softly.
I absolutely love hand crafted products in a kids’ room, and there’s just something so authentic and nostalgic about crochet that I adore. I also really like the idea of introducing hand crafted items from a young age, as they have strong associations with care and quality, all the things you want your own little poppet to understand.
All the colour ways in this basket range are simply gorgeous, but this combination of light blue and mint just sung to me. The perfect product for stashing away toys, clothes, and anything else they might have lying around!
3. Adventure is Waiting Print, by Sunshine for Breakfast.
Using sentiments and empowering phrases to adorn walls do two jobs in my opinion. Firstly, they create super stylish wall statements that really add personality to a space, and secondly, they subconsciously instil values and confidence in children’s minds.
These beautifully illustrated designs are the ideal solution for walls that need a little pepping up.
‘Adventure is Waiting’ is a phrase full of anticipation, strength and courage and I just love the idea of not quite knowing what is around the corner: Simply perfect for encouraging little imaginations.
4. Big Bou Chunky Knitted Blanket, by Rose in April.
As the autumnal chill slowly edges its way over during the coming months, I turn to textiles for adding colour and texture in to kids’ rooms.Layering is King, and what better excuse is there to add a gorgeous chunky knitted blanket? Chunky knits add tonnes of texture and warmth to a room, and are just so effortlessly versatile. Plus, who’s to say this little number needs to stay in the kids’ room? A lovely addition in my opinion - ideal for cosying up in by the fire, or hunkering down with for a snuggly duvet day.
5. The North Shelf, by Bloomingville.
Last but by absolutely no means least, is this useful and stylish looking shelf.
Gorgeous yet practical shelving in children’s rooms is such a good thing to invest in, and I really love the simplicity of this one.
Something I usually struggle to find are good looking shelves that can be set at various heights, but Pop & Punch have the solution, hurrah!
Perfect for Shelfies, filling empty walls with, and of course for practical storage, they really do add three dimensionality to a room. By dressing the shelf with their favourite trinkets and pops of colour, it’s a cute way to add a little more personality and detail.
That’s all for now,
Fi, aka The Cubby Hole x