Gosh, it’s been a big week for the baby boomers!
After Beyonce set a Twitter record with her baby bump revelation at the VMA’s on Sunday night, former Spice Girl Mel B finally popped out her third daughter last night (is it just us, or has she been pregnant for aaaages?). Mel C had joked in the Observer magazine last weekend that she didn’t know what to send to former bandmate Victoria’s new baby girl, so we can only imagine the extra headache she must be having now!
Thankfully, help is on hand from some of our wonderful baby clients, including new to the Zero2one fold, Bambizi. Inspired by the birth of her first daughter in 2004, mumpreneur Sarah Jane Matthews set about creating her own collection of luxury nursery furniture, combining traditional British craftsmanship and the best of modern design, so that every piece in the range offers unrivalled quality, safety and beauty. We love the Macedonia Luxury Cradle and Hestia Dresser and Changing Table, which would be perfect for the Beckham’s little princess, and can be complimented by Bambizi’s gorgeous range of accessories, including pretty wall art, delicate hanging mobiles and beautiful linens and mattresses.
Inspired by childhood fairy-tales and fables and handcrafted on the Venetian island of Murano, the adorable bright jewel coloured figurines that adorn House Couturier‘s Baby Bouquet lighting collection are bound to put a smile on any young child’s face and keep them entranced for hours. We particularly love the Murano Glass Suspension Chandelier’s hanging characters, which include a duck, bunny, rocking horse and teddy bear, and made us all squeal like we were four years old again when the images first came into the office!
And any sleeping princess would drift away safe and sound on one of Naturalmat‘s luxury mattresses! Made from organic and sustainable sources of raw materials like lambs’ wool and coconut fibres the new Baby Cashmere Mat has elegant purple piping around the mattress giving it a positively regal feel, and contains an organic coir core, using coconuts that have been grown sustainably on fair trade farms, surrounded by cashmere, mohair and layers of organic lambswool.
Would it be presumptuous to think we may be hearing the pitter patter of tiny Royal feet in the near future…