Thursday, 6 December 2012

East London Design show 6th-9th December

 Looking for some unique Christmas gift ideas? Then look no further. Molly-Meg will be at the annual  East London Design show from the 6th-9th December. Shoreditch Town Hall, where I will be showing along side 100 of the best independent product, interior and jewellery designers. 380 Old Street, London EC1V 9LT.

Monday, 19 November 2012

Come and visit Molly-Meg and friends at A most curious Kids fair Sunday 2nd December

Looking for unique Christmas gifts? Then look no further  visit Molly-Meg and friends at A most curious Kids fair on Sunday 2nd December 2012 at York Hall, Bethnal Green.  You will find a wealth of design-led, handmade, vintage and unique presents and gifts perfect for the most style-savvy kids, babies and parents, friends and family.

The fair will showcase over 50 handpicked exhibitors who offer everything from the best in children's most fashion forward brands, beautiful handmade pieces, aesthetically pleasing interior products and illustrations perfect for children’s rooms, along with retro style accessories and vintage collectables.
Hope to see you there
Molly x

Wednesday, 31 October 2012

Saturday, 27 October 2012

Prints by Nellie Ryan

I am in love with these beautiful prints by illustrator Nellie Ryan. Playful images in vibrant colours mixed with vivid pastels will add a splash of colour and fun to any room

Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Monday, 15 October 2012

Pom's at Kikolle Lab in Milan

Just recieved these lovely pictures of our Pom's by Englel from Federica founder of Kikolle Lab in Milan. Kikolle Lab is a beautifully designed space for children aged up 0-8 years to take part in workshops, relax and play. Workshops are extensive from painting, cooking, dance and much more.

Beautiful lanterns by Mimi'lou Paris

Beautiful Lanterns and wall stickers by Mimi'Lou Paris

Wall stickers by Mimi'Lou, Paris.

Circus wall boarder by Mimi'Lou, Paris.
Confetti garland wall sticker by Mimi' lou Paris

Thursday, 6 September 2012

A happy customer

Just received this lovely picture of Lucky boy Sunday Bobby chair cushion from a happy customer. More pictures on tisal blog

Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Confetti bunting from Amsterdam

This beautiful Confetti bunting has just arrived choose from either fabric or paper designsHandmade in Amsterdam, this colourful confetti bunting makes a unique gift.  Each confetti piece features a different design and is strung together with vibrant fluoro string.  Lightweight and easy to hang, they are a great party piece or simply a vibrant decoration for a child's bedroom or playroom. Click on links below to view the different designs

Saturday, 1 September 2012

Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Monday, 27 August 2012


Striking images of twins ifeatured by Milk magazine. Pictures: MARK Shearwood + Style: RACHEL CAULFIELD

Sunday, 19 August 2012

The wonderful world of Corby Tindersticks

We have just added a unique selection of felt prints and toys to the shop this week by new brand Corby Tindersticks. Carly founder of Corby Tindersticks lives in Birmingham and tells us about herself and her favourite places and inspiration
Tell us a little bit about you, where has your travels/life/career led you before now?
After studying textile design at Loughborough University (drawing robots and sewing found objects onto vintage fabric) I found myself teaching textiles at Berkshire boarding school, making Jewellery for Tatty Devine, working as a pawnbroker and more recently designing kids clothing for high street retailers, including a 3 month stay in China working in a sample room!

What is your inspiration behind corby tindersticks and your latest materpieces?
Corby Tindersticks was started as I wanted to combine my knowledge of the kids fashion/ design industry with my own personal style to create something personal and unique. I love scandinavian style in its simplicity and I wanted to combine this design aesthetic with my own memories of a northern child hood incorporating a British quirkiness influenced by coconut shies and Blackpool beach!

Are there any designers/ artists you admire?
I really admire the work of Italian futurist Bruno Munari, he designed a wide range of furniture and design pieces, including children's books. I love that he combined great illustration with humour and wacky ideas regarding the most bland of everyday objects, creating imaginative and bold books with interactive elements that still look contemporary amongst todays picture books.

Where is your favourite place near where you live?
Nottingham Contemporary art gallery would be my choice in the midlands, the building itself is a lovely piece of design and they have had some unusual and inspiring exhibitions, usually with an interactive element (great for kids too!)

Where is your favourite place anywhere?
I recently visited Tatton Park  in Cheshire for the first time and really fell in love with it, the gardens have a magical beauty fitting of any child's story book and the Japanese gardens are stunning,  I also love the Yorkshire sculpture park back home for a long walk amongst the Henry Moore sculptures and sheep!

Is there a something perhaps an artist, product, brand, website or place that you have recently discovered that you love?
I've recently rediscovered the Bleubird blog and Kenziepoo when on the hunt for inspiration and children's book artist Kveta Pacovska who has a very bold use of colour and very abstract characters.

Any future plans/project that you can share with us or anything you would like to do? 
I will soon be designing the new Corby Tindersticks range, I'm not sure what it will look like yet but I'm hoping to design a larger and more adventurous collection with some new items and characters.  I'd love to make a Corby Tindersticks fabric picture book and maybe even some giant characters for an exhibition!

Latest designs from Corby tindersticks
All designs are handmade  in the UK with lots of loving care and fun. Visit the shop for more designs by Corby Tindersticks

Brighten up back to school with Furniture by Les Gambettes

Chairs by Les Gambettes
Brighten up back to school with this wonderful selection of desks and chairs by Les Gambettes with a distinct 50's style. Comes in a wonderful choice of retro colours.

Sunday, 12 August 2012

Designs by Porter Colline

packaged with care
I am in love with these peg folk dressed in multi coloured finery.  Each peg is hand painted by the super talented artist Carrie Hill of Porter Colline. Other creations are hand made vintage linen clouds to hang on the wall, hang from the ceiling or decorate a bed. Each cloud is made to order and makes  a very special gift and keepsake. You can select your arrow, dot or personalised initial cloud in a choice of fabric colours: Beige as Arrow cloud; Crisp white as seen on initial cloud or natural as seen on Dotty cloud. Just email us your choice and Porter colline will work their magic for you.