Our London correspondent Rachael Clark also found some amazing new decor collections during her Bubble London jaunt. Freshly launched were fantastic new interiors ranges from Union Jack & Jill, Lettie Belle and Lulu & Nat.
Olive Loves Alfie (above and below) showcased its new range of paint. Produced in collaboration with The Nursery Paint Company, the collection brings adult and child spaces together with colours that the whole family will love. We loved how they painted old school chairs with their gorgeous colours and accessorised with masses of tulips.
Union Jack & Jill (above) had a gorgeous stall featuring its range of cot bedding for keeping little ones cosy – perfect for the cold snap the UK is having! They also make sleep bags, pyjamas and cushions.
Eco aware interior and lifestyle products for discerning little ones, Lettie Belle, has an adorable range of hand stitched cushions for every child’s bedroom.
Matteo Bianchi launched the Mini Muffin Pouffe at Bubble. Made in a range of tweeds and fabrics, these bite sized stools for kids are inspired by British fashion. Good enough to eat!
Handcrafted and made in India using traditional techniques, Lulu & Nat is a home and lifestyle range for adults and children in Indian inspired designs. A beautiful selection of hand-printed bedlinen, embroidered wall hangings and embellished cushions – all in Lulu & Nat’s signature Anglo-Indian style.
The Fine Cotton Company showed off its new range of Union Jack linen for the Olympics as well as a pink heart range and new fleece blankets from Europe. All one hundred per cent organic with no nasties.
White Cloud was at Bubble to launch its snuggly range of organic wool and cashmere duvets for cot beds and sheepskin changing blankets. So lovely we want them for our beds!
While they aren’t anything to do with decor, we just couldn’t exclude Scoot. Scoot sells a funky range of accessories for kiddy push bikes including the brilliant buggy hook which will hold any scooter on any pram. The range is available in Australia from Down that Little Lane.