LuckyBoySunday on a Monday; Soft toys and quirky interior

London is covered in wet autumn leaves and fog, and it's a rather miserable (you would probably say misty and magical if you worked in the tourist industry...) Monday. I'm missing the huzzle and buzzle and all the excitement and energy it creates of the trade shows, and very much looking forward to hanging out with some of the most fun and inspirational people within the kids fashion and style...

Renew the children’s bedroom with Scandi interior and decor

Winter will soon be over, and it's time for both a spring clean and perhaps freshening up your child's bedroom. We've made a small selection of desirable furniture, decor and accessories that are sure to renew juniors room in an instant. Key elements are; Storage, materials like wood and soft fabrics and colours -lots of gorgeous and utterly delicious colours!

It’s a boy!

No, it's not me this time. It's my dear Norwegian friend and blogger Heidi. Heidi lives in Copenhagen with her husband Mr C and their cat, Leia. She's blogging on I'm with Leia -a wonderful and a creative and handmade oases -now soon to venture into handmade and lovely stuff for your baby as she gave birth to a little baby boy this morning. We're so excited on her behalf and we think all you...

125 years with Danish design and craft

Brdr. Krüger is an established and well known company producing Danish design and craft since 1886. Throughout its history, the company has been owned and run by the Krüger family, now in its fifth generation with Niels and Jytte Krüger. This year Brdr. Krüger celebrates a impressive 125-year anniversary of Danish design and craft with the launch of 3 new products. 1: Re-launch of Nanna...

The Danish brands to watch at Bubble in June 2011

We'll be seeing a lot of exciting Danish brands at Bubble London in June. Aya Naya, Christina Rohde, Cupcake, Danefae, Esencia, Lucky Boy Sunday, MeToo, Milibe, Mini A Ture, Molo, Noa Noa Miniature, Phister and Philina, Pom Pom Sko, Poppy Rose, Popupshop and Smafolk. The Danes know design and they definitely know children's fashion. In this case I'll simply let the pictures speak for itself....