Thursday, February 26, 2009
The new spring 2009 collection from AirdeJe just arrived on Comnptoir d'enfance.
Enjoy the parisian night dress, the cute birds garland and the collection of luggage to pack all your beauty products and your baby's ones for a night out, a week-end or vacations.
They have a French perfect chic and retro style. With retro and folkloric inspirations, a touch of boheme with a clean contemporary look, Airdeje has found its place in Comptoir d’enfance universe.
Airdeje offers a new approach to children’s decoration and nightwear design with a thought for travel, detail in the cuts, colour mixes and refined finitions.
Monday, February 23, 2009
To continue with the great editions de Paris publisher, two new books: one on Parisian houses ('Les maisons des Parisiens") and the second one on atelier LZC.
In the first one, you will travel in the pages shown above, in Parisian houses... of artists, designers, such as the great Fifi Mandirac, and more.
The second book will make you discover the great universe of Atelier lZC in their Parisian workshop.
The French design studio Atelier LZC has been created in 2001 by three stylists. Very famous in France for their collaboration to French luxury brands, they create object design, textile design, wall decals, illustrations. hanging ornaments, hand-made screenprints and stationery, available on Comptoir d'enfance.
The Japanese books from Les editions de Paris are sold in the French boutique Lilibulle.
Les maisons des Parisiens, 128p.
Atelier LZC, createurs parisiens, 80p.
Thursday, February 19, 2009
A new book from the fabulous Les editions de Paris has been published. The theme is just perfect for me: "Deco girly in Paris".
You will find many decors from our great French designers : wall decals by Les invasions ephemeres, the colorful cushions from Petit Pan...
I love these retro-bohemian styles, the colors and little details typically from Paris interiors.
The books from Les editions de Paris are sold in the French boutique Lilibulle.
Sunday, February 15, 2009
The Bonton online shop has a new design... enjoy your visit !
This parisian store is from the brand of the well known Bonpoint with a modern style. You can find furniture, accessories and a line of great clothes.
For its new website, Bonton offers great pictures and atmopsheres from its parisian shop. A great retro-vintage style that we already enjoyed in the Parisian apartment of her owner Irene Cohen.
If one day you are lucky to shop in Paris go and visit the store: Bonton, 82 rue de grenelle, 75007 Paris.
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
I found today in one of my favorite decoration book, Children bedrooms in Paris, the bedroom of Petit Pan designers'kids.
Emile, Theo and Pablo enjoy colorful bedrooms. Thanks to their parents, designers of the well known French brand, they play and live in a retro bohemian atmosphere. Their father, Pan, imports from the workshop of his father in China, beautiful kites, cushions and baby blankets available on Comptoir d'enfance.
"Chambre d'enfant a Paris", Paris, only in japanese... unfortunately !
Monday, February 9, 2009
The cute cushions from Petit Pan decorate a crib in the French Elle magazine. The journalists only shopped good design and quality products for small prices for a kid's bedroom.
Other good idea from this French atmosphere: the carpet from Ikea for a sweet, cozy place !
And from Petit Pan, enjoy our New sleeping bag for New Born and grown up with its unique retro-bohemian style. To mix and match with the cushions and the plaids.
Thursday, February 5, 2009
Mimi'lou has created new stickers for spring and for our pleasure!
Enjoy these new poetic wall decals available on Comptoir d'enfance.
Inspired by the childhood world, the French artist Mimi'lou draws her decals in real size. Once transferred, only the lines of the decals remains on the wall, giving the effect of simple, hand-drawn mural.
Mimi'lou brings fun and color in your children's rooms. You create a unique design, a magic world for your child.
Mimi Lou decals can be applied to any smooth surface. Transferring them is remarkably simple. If necessary, they can be removed easily and without leaving a trace.