Anthropologie Kids Bedding
Cotton voile; cotton padding. Machine wash cold. Imported
Charleston-based artist Lulie Wallace creates dazzling acrylic paintings with the idea that the less perfect the subject, the more beautiful the finished product. Possessing panache for floral compositions like these vividly rendered florals, her signature color combinations set apart each piece as truly unique.
After a whirlwind of excitement - becoming a mother and moving abroad to the Netherlands - artist Anisa Makhoul turned to illustration to fulfill her need to communicate visually. Now based in Portland, she draws inspiration from her time spent biking along Amsterdam's canal-side streets to create her vibrant, travel-inspired works.
Each heirloom-in-the-making is a perfect playmat, stroller blanket or pop of color in the nursery.
Tucked and tufted ruffles of the softest cotton jersey take three days to hand-apply, resulting in an irresistible texture that adds a touch of romance to your little one's play area, stroller or nursery.
With an imagination sparked by nights spent sleeping under the stars, artist Katie Vernon creates lighthearted, outdoor-inspired works with a sophisticated touch. By experimenting with opposing combinations - bold colors with calming neutrals and blurred watercolors with detailed lines - her works appeal to those with a penchant for adventure. Each heirloom-in-the-making is a perfect playmat, stroller blanket or pop of color in the nursery.
Brooklyn-based artist Vikki Chu creates imaginative works that delight in pairing lush wildlife with playful animals. Her paintings and illustrations are spurred by travel and wanderlust, inviting the viewer - however young or old - to escape to a magical forests or to get lost in a vibrant dreamscape. Each heirloom-in-the-making is a perfect playmat, stroller blanket or pop of color in the nursery.
Cotton poplin. Machine wash cold. Imported
Inspired by her life's joys - her travels, her daughter, her dog and more - illustrator Carolyn Gavin creates imaginative representations of the world from her light-rich, century-old Victorian home in Toronto.
Cotton. Machine wash cold. Imported
Cotton, linen, acrylic front; cotton and fill. Machine wash on gentle cycle; tumble dry. Imported
Exploring color, pattern, and plants through watercolor and digital techniques, artist Mia Whittemore's inspiration lies in her desire to bring joy to others. A graduate of Boston University, she currently resides in Massachusetts, where she teaches art and creates vibrant, expressive works.
Known for her bright embroidery and witty screen prints, Australian artist Rachel Castle designs vibrant pieces that communicate her joyous, playful approach to everyday life.