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4 July 2020
It was a fun filled day, full of music, laughter and delicious snacks for our customers to enjoy.
We thoroughly enjoy getting to know every single one of our customers.
Thank you for being part of our journey!
We choose timeless pieces
unique and plastic free
We research and travel the world to make sure that you get the best, most treasured items. We therefore update our product selection weekly.
a place for children to enjoy
Our boutique in Pangbourne is a world filled with fun for you and your children.
Our concept is a home like store filled with pieces which will inspire the parents and bring the joy to the little people too..
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Brands we love
Nineteen Seventy Three - A couple who have created a very unique, eye catching designs for cards, accessories and stationary. Emma and James have also been commissioned to design and produce beautiful paper products for many blue chip companies, including The Conran Shop, The National Trust, Oliver Bonas, Oxfam and Cox & Cox.
Nineteen Seventy Three also invest in developing strong ties with talented illustrators and designers within the field. Following their first fruitful collaboration with eBoy, they have sought out and worked with artists such as Pantone, Sanna Annukka, Belle & Boo, Catalina Estrada, Jon Burgerman, Sukie, Marc Boutavant, Eley Kishimoto, Paul Thurlby, Mibo, Darling Clementine and Cachetejack.
Their collections can be found on the shelves of UK stores as diverse as the Tate Modern, Selfridges, Scribbler, The Barbican Centre and Liberty alongside a global network of international lifestyle stores.
Sustainability is always at the heart of the company’s ethos and they use recycled or part recycled paper, acid free inks and work only with local businesses on production to support the economy and minimise their carbon footprint.
The brand is constantly evolving and, not content to rest on its laurels, continues to drive forward, create new links worldwide and focus on quality through innovation and research.
Meri Meri - The famous brand known for their striking children's dressing up pieces, stunning accessories and world of dolls and toys.
Bettie & Ben - Based on the South Coast of England, they provide lovingly handmade baby & children's clothing and accessories.
Fabelabi s is a playful organic Scandinavian children's interior brand that believes in creating high quality, innovative and responsibly made products for a cosy and creative home. From our Copenhagen studio, we design products that encourage curiosity and imagination.
The Original Den Kit Company - The Den Kit Company started life as Flibberty - the seed of an idea that was planted, watered and tended by Kay and Jo who, as ex-primary school teachers and Forest School Practitioners, are both passionate advocates of outdoor play. With roots in teaching and Forest School, their goal is to bring children closer to nature.
Moulin Roty - a recognized French brand in the children's segment, has been creating comforters, toys, world of gentleness and colour for little ones for 45 years.
Debi Beaumont - Debi creates beautiful and unique animal themed stationary. She has been painting and drawing since forever and in 2018 received my diploma in illustration. Her passion is for drawing African animals which stems from living in South Africa for many years.
Konges Slojd - was founded by Emilie Konge Breindal in 2014 in Copenhagen. Its aim is to make baby & children accessories, interiors & clothing in a sustainable way with high-quality, environmentally-friendly materials.
Bloomingville - Driven by a fascination of Nordic style and living, Founder Betina Stampe established Bloomingville in 2000. Since then, she has shared her passion for creative and personal ways of keeping the home ever changing with people across the globe.With lots of experience and many collections designed, Bloomingville has found a significant ability to create products, which hold a significant ability to create a warm, informal ambiance in every home. Bloomingville is deeply rooted in the famed Danish aesthetic tradition and has always been working to bring new life and small surprises into modern homes.
Little Cotton Clothes - founded by sisters Imogen & Leonie. They are mums to five lovely little people. When their daughters were born they struggled to find simple, beautiful, traditional clothes that we loved and could afford for them. They then decided to throw caution to the wind and start designing our own.
Every item in their range is designed by them here in England, then lovingly handmade in a handful of small factories in India and China. They choose their factories carefully, making sure that they work ethically and have happy, fairly paid employees that are looked after.
All of their clothes are made from natural fabrics and every trim and detail has been carefully selected by us. Any waste fabric in their production is donated to a charity in India who recycle it to make clothes for families in need.
Their inspiration is drawn from their childhood and the fun filled, happy time it was growing up in the English countryside. Little Cotton Clothes are made for adventurers and explorers – small people with big imaginations, children who want to splash in puddles and climb trees, not forgetting their mums and dads, who want simple, quality clothes that let their children be children.
Fearless Flamingo - was launched last year by illustrator and designer mama Charlie while on mat leave with baby no. 3. Her mission was to create and design a range of children's prints and products to help encourage mindful thinking.