Big time love for kid-friendly Arlo & Co wall art

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I’ve found another new favourite when it comes to my wall art and children’s decor obsession and I’m sure you’ll love this Aussie-owned company just as much as I do.

Arlo & Co are a small Melbourne-based business, creating contemporary designed interior décor. From concepts, to design, to manufacture, to marketing, Arlo & Co are big believers in locally-owned and made.

You can go a little crazy sifting through the all the options in their online store, but it is the wall plaques and dream catchers that I want to bring your attention to today because they are just perfect for the nursery or play room.

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First, the wall plaques. There are more than 20 designs to choose from, with popular phrases as well as personalised options. Made from eco-friendly plantation bamboo, the words are either laser cut into the wood or hand painted on top. I love the colour choices too. Leave them natural and unpainted or choose from a variety of colours and paint styles, including the whole plaque or dipped.

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My favourite is the ‘Boys will be Boys’ plaque ($28), followed closely by the ‘Mini Superhero‘ ($35) and ‘To The Moon And Back‘ ($27). I just love the dipped pastels and black on timber for a modern take on this natural and neutral idea.

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The dream catchers are made in the same natural bamboo style, with either feathers or tassels hanging from it. You can select one of three ready-made phrases ($55) or get it personalised with your child’s name ($75).

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I highly recommend checking out the range of laser cut wooden garlandscake toppers and customised prints of photos and logos that come in natural stone and wood too – so pretty and clever!

Now, who has a birthday coming up so you have an excuse to buy one of these awesome creations? Buy direct from Arlo & Co, with shipping available within Australia and overseas.

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Kate Thompson

Kate Thompson

Just back from maternity leave, Kate Thompson is resigned to a house overrun by boys (3 kids, dog and husband). Existing in a phase she affectionately coins ‘monotonous chaos’, this stay-at-home-mum revels in moonlighting as a writer and feeling like a grown up every once in a while. A background in teaching and psychology, she entered parenthood confident she was up for the challenge, but now eats humble pie on a daily basis.

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