Hands up if your first baby was going to have the coolest/prettiest/shabby-chicest nursery in town? Now, hands up if you made it happen? Yeah, we’ve all been there. Pinterest boards filled to the brim, we overthought and under-delivered on our grand plans, and now it’s a win if the kids have clean sheets and a glimpse of bare floor. But we’ve never quite let go of the dream, so we’re excited to introduce you to our friends at Piccolo House – they’ve made people like us their specialty! If you’re big on plans but short on time or ideas, we suggest you let them step in.
Now, you could just go to a Piccolo House store (there’s one in the east and one in the west), point blindly at the huge range of bedding, furniture, storage solutions, accessories, toys, and wall décor, and end up with some great stuff. But if your goal is to properly spruce up your kids’ rooms, or de-clutter and organise them once and for all, it’s worth talking to the resident interior decorators. They can sit down for a good chat about your vision (whether you have one or not – a blank slate is also welcome!), give you some ideas, and help guide you through a whole new look. If your issue is simply that the mass of toys, books and small vehicles in your home could rival Mount Everest, they can offer beautiful styling suggestions that will get things tidy, quick smart.
For a taste of the magic the Piccolo House team can pull together for you, consider this simple but lovely ‘Bunny Bunny’ theme… grab a Star Bright wardrobe and bookcase to get things sorted, and a Miss Cat storage cart for all those books that need tidying up but still require easy access. Encourage some quiet time in the bedroom with a grey star bean bag chair, and freshen up the bed linen with this adorable Furry Friends quilt cover set. Top it off with some cute-as-a-button rabbit wall decals, and you’ve got yourself a gorgeous new bedroom for your little person!
You could also send your tiny one off on a daily adventure to London, with this cute duvet cover set and Union Jack rug, and inspire a few renditions of ‘The Wheels On The (double decker) Bus’ as they tidy up with these cute storage cubes. Finally, this vintage plane cushion will have them dreaming of fun faraway journeys as they kick back on their other comfy Union Jack cushions.
All the furniture at Piccolo House is designed and produced with families in mind, using solid wood and non-toxic paints. Beds are available in modular designs for growing families, and there’s a good range of mattresses and frames to cater for kids of all ages. So, if you’re in need of some thoughtful advice from the people who’ve already done all the thinking, get your tiny one’s house in order with Piccolo House!
If you’re quick, you lucky-duck HoneyKids readers can redeem a $50 Piccolo House voucher when you spend at least $300. Limited to the first 20 readers who email Piccolo House with HoneyKids in the subject line. The voucher is valid for three months, and cannot be used with any other discounts.
Piccolo House can be found at these locations:
East – 10 Ubi Crescent #01-63 (Lobby D) Ubi Techpark 408564 (along Ubi Avenue 1)
West – The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road #01-32B, 287994
p. 6743 8884
This post is sponsored by Piccolo House.